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Published: Jan 12th, 2004

Trial Practice Director/Legal Skills Professor Jennifer Zedalis published “Re-thinking Your Practice Habits — Seven Ways to be a Better Lawyer in the Criminal Courts,” 33 Florida Criminal Law Journal (Fall […]

Scholarship and Activities: Barbara Woodhouse

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

Center on Children and the Law Director/David H. Levin Chair in Family Law/Professor Barbara Woodhouse published “Enhancing Children’s Participation in Policy Formation,” 45 Arizona L. Rev. 751 (2003).

Scholarship and Acivities: Sherrie Russell-Brown

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

Assistant Professor/Center on Children and the Law Associate Director Sherrie Russell-Brown published “A U.N. Solution to A Problem from Hell,” 2 Wash. U. Global Studies L. Rev. 427 (2003), a […]

Scholarship and Activities: Lars Noah

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

UF Research Foundation Professor Lars Noah will publish “A Postmodernist Take on the Human Embryo Research Debate” in the Connecticut Law Review (as part of a symposium issue dedicated to […]

Scholarship and Activities: Diane Mazur

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

University of Florida Research Foundation Professor Diane H. Mazur published an article in the Boston Globe, “Democrats pursue veterans’ votes” Nov. 30 and an editorial in the Chicago Tribune “Perspectives” […]

Scholarship and Activities: Diane Mazur

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

University of Florida Research Foundation Professor Diane H. Mazur published an article in the Boston Globe, “Democrats pursue veterans’ votes” Nov. 30 and an editorial in the Chicago Tribune “Perspectives” […]

Scholarship and Activities: Patricia Dilley

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

Professor Patricia Dilley’s remarks at the AALS Section on Employee Benefits session on “Employee Stock Ownership” after Enron were published in 7 Employee Rights and Employment Policy J. 213 (2003).

Bamba Named CSRRR Assistant Director

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

Melissa Bamba has accepted the position of assistant director for the UF College of Law’s Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations. She will begin work with Center […]

Meet the Faculty: Mark Fenster

Published: Jan 12th, 2004

View on the Profession “A legal education and a J.D. provide a great entry into all kinds of interesting careers, from legal practice (in its nearly infinite varieties) to politics, […]