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News Briefs February 7, 2011

Published: Feb 7th, 2011

Refine your conflict resolution skills Monday, Feb. 14 Brush up on your conflict resolution knowledge and skills this Valentine’s Day at the practical presentation, “Why can’t we all just get […]

Roundtable discusses judicial clerking experiences, benefits

Published: Feb 7th, 2011

Throughout law school, students are told many times that most disputes these days end with negotiation and settlements, and days spent in front of a judge will be few and […]

Guest professor gives insight to life of Supreme Court Justice Brandeis

Published: Feb 7th, 2011

Professor Melvin Urofsky presented “The Five Lives of Louis Brandeis” to students, faculty and community members Wednesday, Feb. 2. Urofsky, author of “Louis D. Brandeis: A Life,” provided insights and […]

UF Law alumnus finds passion in trial law, public defense

Published: Feb 7th, 2011

Even after more than 30 years of practicing law, UF Law alumnus Gilbert Schaffnit (JD 77) still gets the same adrenaline rush in the courtroom as he did racing motorcycles […]

Students, faculty hit high notes at annual Music Night

Published: Feb 7th, 2011

It’s a well-known fact that students at UF Law display prowess in the classroom. But what about on the piano bench? On Sunday, Jan. 30, about 25 students, faculty and […]

Alumnus details personal litigations in U.S. Supreme Court for UF Law community

Published: Feb 7th, 2011

Scott Makar (JD 87), Florida’s solicitor general, received a warm welcome from the Levin College of Law when he came to speak to a crowd of more than 100 law […]

With Angelina Jolie’s help, UF Law graduate Nozile returns to Haitian homeland as children’s advocate

Published: Feb 7th, 2011

Nathalie Nozile (JD 10) was often called “the Devil’s advocate” while growing up in a children’s home in Santo, Haiti. Hollywood superstar and philanthropist Angelina Jolie saw her as a […]