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Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Mar 15th, 2010

Jonathan Cohen Professor; Associate Director, Institute for Dispute Resolution “Toyota, Tiger – Here’s how to apologize” (March 3, TheStreet.com) Cohen explained what makes an effective apology in the world of […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Feb 22nd, 2010

Jarold H. Israel Professor Emeritus Spoke to the Orlando Chapter of The Federal Bar Association on Feb. 18. The topic was “Grand Jury Screening & Indictment Challenges.”  Lea Johnston Assistant […]

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

Published: Jan 19th, 2010

Elizabeth Dale Affiliate Associate Professor; Associate Professor of History Dale was appointed to another five year term on the editorial board of Law and History Review. Jeff Harrison Stephen C. […]

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: Oct 15th, 2007

Rachel E. Inman Associate Dean for Students Honored as a Distinguished Alumnus by Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tenn. Inman attended Carson-Newman College from 1986 to 1990 and graduated with […]

Professor Seigel Testifies on Legislation to Limit Federal Prosecutors’ Ability to Pressure Companies

Published: Sep 24th, 2007

UF Law Professor Michael Seigel testified Tuesday, Sept. 18, before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary on legislation that would limit federal prosecutors’ ability to pressure cooperation from companies […]

UF Law Professor Michael Seigel to Testify Before U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary

Published: Sep 17th, 2007

UF Law Professor Michael Seigel has accepted an invitation from Sen. Patrick Leahy (pictured left) to testify Tuesday, Sept. 18, before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, which Leahy […]

Meet the Faculty: Michael Seigel

Published: Mar 1st, 2004

View on the Profession “The most difficult decisions that lawyers make involve ethical questions: they are the ones that keep you up at night and ultimately define who you are. […]