A Right to Privacy

By James Hellegaard If they were two boxers slugging it out in the ring, the notion of privacy would appear to be on weak legs, up against the ropes and fighting in vain against the formidable and persistent opponent that is the publicʼs desire for access to

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Historic Preservation Benefits Florida

Historic preservation enhances the quality of life of Floridians through economic and cultural contributions to an improved sense of place, according to a new study from the Center for Governmental Responsibility at the Levin College of Law and the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, both at the

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Martha Barnett Honored by UF

For her commitment to the University of Florida and accomplishment in her chosen field, Martha Barnett (JD 73) was honored as a UF Distinguished Alumnus at the Levin College of Law’s commencement ceremony in May. Barnett, former president of the American Bar Association and a partner in the

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A Mutual Respect

By Susan Vergnani Anne Conway (JD 75) and Jacqueline Griffin (JD 75) have had season seats together for Gator football for 20 years. Thatʼs not all they have in common. But itʼs a telling example of how the two judgesʼ personal and professional lives have intersected over

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