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Politicos, law firm throw weight behind UF Law environmental scholarships

Politicos, law firm throw weight behind UF Law environmental scholarships

Published: Feb 25th, 2013

At the behest of a who’s who of Florida politicians, the foyer of Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell in downtown Orlando was packed with 70 people for an evening fundraiser. The crowd gathered on behalf of UF Law students and in honor of the “defender of the Everglades.” Friends and colleagues said Thom Rumberger […]

3L featured in CABA video, grateful for mentorship, scholarship

3L featured in CABA video, grateful for mentorship, scholarship

Published: Feb 25th, 2013

The Fernandez family has come full circle. It started with their days in Cuba – where Keith Fernandez’s grandparents Miguel and Eloisa Fernandez received only an elementary education – to the present day, where Keith Fernandez will graduate with his juris doctorate from UF Law in May. […]

Drones a fiery subject at recent discussion

Drones a fiery subject at recent discussion

Published: Feb 25th, 2013

From pulling the trigger on the battlefield to pushing a button behind a computer screen, the development of drone use is a fiery subject, and one that sparked discussion at a Federalist Society presentation Feb. 13 at the law school. The talk was led by veteran and professor Michael W. Lewis […]

News Briefs: Feb. 18, 2013

Published: Feb 18th, 2013

  • LIC Notes: Honoring Lawton Chiles: Walkin’ Lawton by John Dos Passos Coggin
  • Sixth annual Wolf Family Lecture March 13
  • Dean hosts Music Night March 17
  • CSRRR spring lecture, panel examines Trayvon Martin case on March 20
  • 32nd Annual Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law
  • Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case April 4-5, 2013

News Briefs: Feb. 11, 2013

Published: Feb 11th, 2013

  • UF LGBT Affairs’ Gator Allies program at UF Law on Wednesday
  • LIC Notes: vLex: A World of Information – with Translations
  • Sixth annual Wolf Family Lecture March 13
  • Dean hosts Music Night March 17
  • CSRRR spring lecture, panel examines Trayvon Martin case on March 20
  • 32nd Annual Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law
  • Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case April 4-5, 2013

PIEC celebrates 40th anniversary of Endangered Species Act

PIEC celebrates 40th anniversary of Endangered Species Act

Published: Feb 11th, 2013

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the ESA, the 19th annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference at the University of Florida Levin College of Law will focus on the evolution of endangered species protection over the past four decades. […]

UF Law staff members awarded service pins, recognition

UF Law staff members awarded service pins, recognition

Published: Feb 11th, 2013

Dean Robert Jerry awarded UF Law staff members service pins during a recognition ceremony held in the Rare Book room on Thursday.

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Justice John Paul Stevens speaks at UF Law Tuesday

Published: Feb 4th, 2013

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens will be at UF Law Tuesday as this semester’s Marshall Criser Distinguished Lecturer. The conversation at 12:30 p.m. in the Marcia Whitney Schott Courtyard, is expected to cover issues including proportionality in sentencing, the justice’s proposal for an amendment of the Supremacy Clause of Article VI of the U.S. Constitution, and his criminal law jurisprudence.

Supreme Court Justice at UF Law Feb. 5

Supreme Court Justice at UF Law Feb. 5

Published: Jan 28th, 2013

Tickets are now available to hear retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens speak at UF Law, Tuesday, Feb. 5. The conversation is expected to cover a number of issues, including proportionality in sentencing, the Justice’s proposal for an amendment of the Supremacy Clause of Article VI of the U.S. Constitution […]

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U.S. Supreme Court Justice to discuss sentencing at UF Law

Published: Jan 22nd, 2013

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens will return to UF Law Tuesday, Feb. 5, to discuss how constitutional standards apply to proportionality in criminal sentencing. The discussion will be facilitated by a panel of UF Law faculty members. It will be held in the Marcia Whitney Schott Courtyard from 12:30 – 1:45 p.m. Tickets are required to attend the discussion. The event is closed to the general public.