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Career Corner: Law grads find more than passion for law at UF

Career Corner: Law grads find more than passion for law at UF

Published: Apr 15th, 2013

After being introduced through a mutual friend on the moot court team in the fall of 1988 at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Marc Chapman (JD 89) and Tracy Duda Chapman (JD 90), became friends right away. But it wasn’t until they worked at the same law firm in […]

News Briefs: April 1, 2013

Published: Mar 31st, 2013

  • Important registration information from Student Affairs
  • Moot Court stays active in competitions, elects new board.
  • Submit your art to be featured in the upcoming art show
  • LIC Notes: The New Serendipity: Digital History
  • JTLP hosts Tools for Schools school supply drive
  • 2013 Class Gift Legacy

Moot Court argues its way through three competitions

Moot Court argues its way through three competitions

Published: Nov 5th, 2012

The UF Law Moot Court team had a busy October, sending competitors to three competitions around the state. Joey Posey (2L) and Alfredo Ferrer (2L) competed at the Puerto Rican Bar Association Moot Court competition […]

Moot Court announces final four, new members

Published: Aug 29th, 2011

The Florida Moot Court Team presents the final four and new general members: Amy Podolsky, Brandon White, Kelsey Veitengruber and Danielle Grundt (supported by alternate Dylan Shea), all 2Ls, will […]

Moot Court Final Four competitors gear up for Sept. 10

Published: Sep 6th, 2010

UF Law students Leigh Anne Siddle, Andrew Labbe, Monica Haddad, and Jordan Peterson (supported by alternate Daniel Lazaro) will argue before a panel of five distinguished judges in the 25th […]

News Briefs April 20, 2009

Published: Apr 20th, 2009

CCF Research Opportunities The Center on Children and Families needs research help for an amicus brief on Parental Alienation Syndrome. The brief is due in June, so the work could […]

News Briefs January 12, 2009

Published: Jan 12th, 2009

CCF needs research help with anti-gay adoption brief The Center on Children and Families needs immediate research help for an amicus brief on Florida’s anti-gay adoption statute. Several distinct projects […]