Five former Florida governors discuss the state’s past and its future at the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Oct. 12 for the Allen L. Poucher Legal Education Series.
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UF Law alumni are teaming up with the college’s Graduate Tax Program, one of the nation’s top programs, to organize the UF Tax Institute.
When W. George Allen (JD 62) became the first African- American to graduate from the University of Florida in 1962, it was not only a victory for him, but also for countless others who had fought for equality for decades at the university.
Gwynne Young (JD 74) was sworn in as president of The Florida Bar June 22. The Tampa-based partner for Carlton Fields specializes in business litigation.
UF Law Professor Steven J. Willis debated Andrei Boyarshinov (JD 07), a UF Law adjunct professor and associate general counsel for Shands HealthCare, about the fate of Obamacare on the occasion of Constitution Day Sept. 17.