The UF Law Moot Court Team brought home three regional titles, while the Trial Team made it to the finals in national competitions.
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UF Law students had the opportunity to see the 1st District Court of Appeal in action first-hand.
The bronze life-size sculpture, “Sidewalk Judge,” visited UF Law as part of a bigger art installation in Gainesville during late summer and fall.
Former Environmental Protection Agency administrator and Obama adviser Carol Browner will deliver the keynote speech at this year’s Public Interest Environmental Law Conference.
With the second floor of the Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center completed, the construction on the building is finalize, completing UF Law’s reconstruction over the past decade.
A UF Law building was dubbed Stephen N. Zack Hall, with retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor and former Gov. Bob Graham speaking at the naming ceremony.
The latest rounds of appointments to the UF Board of Trustees saw three UF Law alumni joining the Board, joining another who was appointed last year.
A new multi-media exhibit at UF Law remembers and honors the struggle for equality over the years at UF Law.
Dean Robert Jerry’s rock band, In Crisis, opened for the Goo Goo Dolls at this year’s Gator Growl.