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Florida Law Review Journal ranking improves

Florida Law Review Journal ranking improves

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

The¬†Florida Law Review‘s journal ranking improved this year to No. 37 among all student-run legal journals. The journal rankings are calculated by evaluating the success of the journal’s publications for […]

Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

Bob Dekle Legal Skills Professor “Experts: Hazing case could be tough” (March 17, 2012,¬†St. Augustine Record) This article looks at challenges prosecutors are facing in the hazing death of Florida […]

Student uses social media campaign to reach pope

Student uses social media campaign to reach pope

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

By Jared Misner All he wants is 60 seconds. In a David vs. Goliath of the digital age, Keith Fernandez (2L), along with friends Nicolas Jimenez and Giancarlo Sopo, is […]

UF Law students get involved in NBLSA convention and competition

UF Law students get involved in NBLSA convention and competition

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

University of Florida Levin College of Law students traveled to the nation’s capital for the National Black Law Students Association annual convention. The 44th convention, which took place March 7 […]

UF Law administrators address concerns at Spring Town Hall Meeting

UF Law administrators address concerns at Spring Town Hall Meeting

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

Last week, the John Marshall Bar Association hosted UF Law’s latest Town Hall Meeting where administrators addressed concerns and answered questions raised by students about topics that included discussion of […]

CSRRR scholar: The South used Constitution for pro-slavery arguments

CSRRR scholar: The South used Constitution for pro-slavery arguments

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

By Francie Weinberg Student writer Though many Americans view the Constitution as a beacon of freedom, Southerners in the antebellum period used it to justify their actions as slaveholders. “Our […]

A modern miracle for UF Law: Building dedication wraps up transformative decade

A modern miracle for UF Law: Building dedication wraps up transformative decade

Published: Mar 26th, 2012

By Debbie Amirin Considering the obstacles, you might call it a modern miracle. In the face of dwindling state support and increasingly tough times for higher education as state revenues […]