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Faculty Scholarship & Activities: Feb. 4, 2013

Published: Feb 4th, 2013

Professor Mary Adkins, Bob Dekle and Mark Fenster were quoted as experts in the media; Professor Larry DiMatteo has three books forthcoming; Dean Claire M. Germain was an invited speaker and moderator at a conference in Paris and served on an ABA Accreditation Site Visit Team at UC-Irvine; Professor Martin McMahon presented at the ABA Tax Section Midyear Meeting; and Professor John Stinneford published an article.

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Feb 8th, 2010

Jonathan Cohen Professor; Associate Director, Institute for Dispute Resolution “An attempt to revive the lost art of apology” (Jan. 30, 2010, New York Times) Cohen explained that an accident involving […]

Faculty Scholarship and Activities

Faculty Scholarship and Activities

Published: Aug 31st, 2009

Mary Jane Angelo Associate Professor Published “Stumbling Toward Success: A Story of Adaptive Law and Ecological Resilience” in the Nebraska Law Review     George “Bob” Dekle Legal Skills Professor […]

Fenster Receives Distinguished University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship

Fenster Receives Distinguished University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship

Published: Apr 14th, 2008

UF Law Associate Professor Mark Fenster has been selected to receive a University of Florida Research Foundation Professorship Award for 2008-2010. This professorship recognizes faculty who have established a distinguished […]

Professor Fenster’s Book on Conspiracy Theories Referenced in Blog Discussing 9/11 Attacks

Professor Fenster’s Book on Conspiracy Theories Referenced in Blog Discussing 9/11 Attacks

Published: Jan 28th, 2008

UF Law Professor Mark Fenster (pictured left) recently was quoted in a blog on WordPress.com, which discusses speculation that federal officials assisted in the 9/11 terrorist attacks or took no […]