Justice Jorge Labarga (JD 79) and Speaker Dean Cannon (JD 92) operate on different sides of a divide defined by the Founding Fathers — the Separation of Powers — and are writing the latest plot twist in the never-ending-story of American government.
Many UF Law alumni and students claim to bleed orange and blue. It’s more unusual for the colors to course through the branches and roots of their family trees. Here is a close-up of three of these families, each with a student currently attending UF Law and each proud of their tradition of Gator lawyers.
With an eye toward changing technology, economics and expectations in the legal profession, UF Law adopts a new academic mission statement that will help guide the school’s curriculum so students can hit the ground running in the legal world upon earning their degree.
From Sub-Saharan Africa to North Korea and from Haiti to Micronesia, UF Law alumni make their mark overseas. Gators use their law degrees to change the world, one corner at a time.