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Trial Team goes undefeated in recent competition

Published: Feb 13th, 2012

3L advocates Karen Middlekauff and Tara Tedrow, along with witnesses Josh Wertheim and Sarah Carpenter, went undefeated at The Florida Bar Competition in Orlando in late January. The requirement for […]

Johnston quoted extensively, favorably in recent California Supreme Court case

Published: Feb 13th, 2012

The following language from a recent California Supreme Court case (People v. Johnson) looks extensively and favorably upon Professor Lea Johnston’s work: “Two thoughtful law review articles have suggested more […]

Faculty scholarship and activites

Published: Feb 13th, 2012

Pascale Bishop¬† Assistant Dean of Career Development “It’s a buyer’s market for young legal talent” (Feb. 2, 2012,¬†Florida Trend) Bishop addressed the legal job market and current hiring process in […]

Student shares South Africa study abroad experience

Student shares South Africa study abroad experience

Published: Feb 13th, 2012

By Ali Wender Guest writer When first asked to a write a brief article about my summer study abroad through the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law Program at […]

UF Law Moot Court prepares for Maguire competition, welcomes distinguished judges

UF Law Moot Court prepares for Maguire competition, welcomes distinguished judges

Published: Feb 13th, 2012

The University of Florida Levin College of Law on Friday will welcome a distinguished panel of Florida judges to preside over the 28th annual Maguire Appellate Advocacy Competition. The competition […]

Former White House ‘energy czar’ Carol Browner to give keynote at UF Law’s 18th annual PIEC

Former White House ‘energy czar’ Carol Browner to give keynote at UF Law’s 18th annual PIEC

Published: Feb 13th, 2012

The University of Florida Levin College of Law will welcome alumna Carol Browner (JD 79), former director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy, as keynote […]