What We Do For a Living

When you meet new people in a social situation, one of the factors that shapes your first impression is occupation. When you tell someone you are a lawyer, I’ll bet a myriad of responses occur. Unfortunately, some people gravitate toward the negative images of the legal profession and too often

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Three Alums on Top Education Board

The Board of Governors, the powerful group that oversees Florida’s university system, is comprised of 17 members. Three of them are UF Levin College of Law graduates. The board was created in 2003 by the passage of constitutional Amendment 11 to manage higher education as well as

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Chess Champ Supports Kids

Andrew Scherman (JD 83) was 11 years old when he set the world record for the youngest player to participate in the World Chess Olympiad. In 2003 he won the title of National “Game-in-10” Chess Champion, which required him to checkmate competitors within the 10 minutes on the game clock. Today he

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