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Trial Team members place second in regional qualifiers

Trial Team members place second in regional qualifiers

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

The UF Trial Team sent 3L advocate Christina Vilaseca and 2L advocate Stephanie Koffler, along with their 2L witnesses, Seth Green and Bryan Griffin, to the National Trial Competition Regional […]

New assistant director joins career development

New assistant director joins career development

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

Lori Little (JD 99) has joined the Center for Career Development as its newest assistant director. Little will oversee the development and presentation of programs relevant to private practice and […]

Faculty scholarship and activity

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

Pascale Bishop¬† Assistant Dean of Career Development “Law School Transparency to provide info about law schools” (Feb. 14, 2012,¬†The Alligator) Bishop spoke to the Alligator about when UF Law will […]

Graduate sees no average day as president, CEO of RNC host committee

Graduate sees no average day as president, CEO of RNC host committee

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

By Jared Misner For Ken Jones (JD 98), next to normal is as good as it’s gonna’ get. “An average day? That’s a misnomer,” Jones said with a laugh. “I […]

UF Law grad shares experience during Haiti earthquake

UF Law grad shares experience during Haiti earthquake

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

The 6’3″, 225-pound Hungarian-American grabbed a machete and BB gun for protection as nightfall approached the shattered Haitian island. Back in Boynton Beach, Fla., one of his clients, a Haitian […]

Students lobby for equality in Tallahassee

Students lobby for equality in Tallahassee

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

Max Wihnyk walked into a Florida state senator’s office Feb. 6 and pleaded. The second-year UF Law student didn’t have big goals. He pleaded for the basics. And while Wihnyk […]

Scholars examine ‘race talk’ in age of Obama

Scholars examine ‘race talk’ in age of Obama

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

When Barack Obama was elected the first African-American president of the United States in 2008, the question of whether America had finally moved into a post-racial society became a widely […]

Getting their hands dirty: Nelson Symposium rethinks property laws

Getting their hands dirty: Nelson Symposium rethinks property laws

Published: Feb 20th, 2012

By Brandon Breslow and Felicia Holloman Student writers That tall glass of water, the place called “home,” a morning jog at the local park; these are all affected by property […]