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Chief Justice John Roberts to Judge Moot Court Competition This Friday, Sept. 5

Chief Justice John Roberts to Judge Moot Court Competition This Friday, Sept. 5

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

John G. Roberts, Jr., Chief Justice of the United States, will have a chance to put four UF law students on the spot this semester (Read Competitor Biographies). Roberts will […]

Career Spotlight: Alumnus Michael T. Moore Makes a Splash in Maritime Law

Career Spotlight: Alumnus Michael T. Moore Makes a Splash in Maritime Law

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

What started as food service job turned into a lifelong legal career for one UF Law graduate. Michael T. Moore, a double Gator (JD 74), spent his summers before law […]

Rowe Discusses Fantasy Leagues’ Move Into College Football

Rowe Discusses Fantasy Leagues’ Move Into College Football

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

Professor Elizabeth Rowe was quoted in an article investigating the NCAA trying to block fantasy leagues’ move into college football. Rowe said she believes that courts treat sports figures differently […]

Chief Justice John Roberts to Judge Moot Court Competition This Friday, Sept. 5

Chief Justice John Roberts to Judge Moot Court Competition This Friday, Sept. 5

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

John G. Roberts, Jr., Chief Justice of the United States, will have a chance to put four UF law students on the spot this semester (Read Competitor Biographies). Roberts will […]

UF Law Welcomes New Comparative Law Students

UF Law Welcomes New Comparative Law Students

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

UF Law would like to welcome the new LL.M. in Comparative Law students: Lea Abi-Nader, Alwaleed Albazaie, Kamala Botha, Charlotte Broly, Leslie Gunn, Paula Horton-Cross, Na Li, Karina Lins, Rene […]

Fall 2008 Enrolled Class Profile

Fall 2008 Enrolled Class Profile

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

This year’s entering class is among the best and brightest in the nation. With UF Law ranked in the top 25 public and 46th overall of the nation’s nearly 200 […]

Ribbon Cut for South African Bill of Rights Exhibit

Ribbon Cut for South African Bill of Rights Exhibit

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

The UF Levin College of Law unveiled images of South Africa’s Bill of Rights in Holland Hall on Friday. The College of Law purchased the images from an art gallery […]

UF Levin College of Law Professor Honored with Rockefeller Foundation Innovation Award

UF Levin College of Law Professor Honored with Rockefeller Foundation Innovation Award

Published: Sep 2nd, 2008

For her tireless work and innovative policy proposals to strengthen Social Security for vulnerable groups, Patricia Dilley, professor at the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, was recently presented […]