Hall of Justice

Andrew C. Hall fights for the rights of victims of state-sponsored terrorism. By Ian Fisher In 1992, Andrew C. Hall (JD 68) heard a horrific story about a stranger, also named Hall, who endured the unthinkable. Chad Hall, an American working

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Anatomy of a Gerrymander

To many Floridians, tasking elected representatives to draw nonpartisan voting districts seems a lot like tasking the fox to guard the henhouse … every 10 years feathers fly. “Reapportionment, or how we divide our districts for the Legislature and Congress,

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Counting The Vote

The lasting legacy of Florida’s 2000 presidential election. By Lindy McCollum-Brounley Bitter words from Al Gore, a man who  should know. Gore, who won the majority of the nation’s popular vote in the 2000 presidential election, ultimately conceded Florida’s 25

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IN MEMORIAM 2008

Robert M. Montgomery Jr. (JD 57) passed away Aug. 4, he was 78. Montgomery — known for his success in arguing multi-million dollar cases and representing high-profile clients — was a longtime advocate and supporter of the UF Levin College of Law. During his 40-year

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