The life and times of Maury Goldstein (JD 35) Wally Pope (JD 69) and Bruce Bokor (JD 72) look back on 40 years as law partners Sign up for the Florida Tax Institute Alumni deaths (list to be posted soon)
UF Law celebrates 50 years of right to counsel UF Law’s Criminal Justice Center commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Gideon v. Wainwright, guaranteeing criminal defendants the right to counsel. The symposium, held Sept. 19,
A “triple threat” — that’s how UF Law grad Lauren Detzel (JD 77) and UF Law adjunct professor described next year’s inaugural Florida Tax Institute in Tampa. Besides spreading the word about UF Law’s top graduate tax program to practitioners
James J. Freeland Freeland was co-founder of the Graduate Tax Program, its second director and a professor for nearly 40 years. He joined UF Law faculty in 1957 and retired in 1995. He co-authored Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation
At an alumni-faculty retreat held April 5 at the Levin College of Law, Dean Robert Jerry discussed the challenges facing the legal profession, their implications for legal education, and how the college is facing them. In this Q-and-A, Jerry addresses
Name Degree Earned Graduation Year Date of Death Ms. Jacquelyn L. Bartley LLMT 1987 08/29/2013 Mr. William H. Benson LLB 1956 08/17/2013 Ms. Barbara Y. Bourguignon JD 1981 03/01/2013 Mr. George F. Bovie III JD 1975 08/25/2013 Mr. Christopher
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens visited UF Law, Tuesday, Feb. 5. The conversation covered a number of issues, including proportionality in sentencing, the Justice’s proposal for an amendment of the Supremacy Clause of Article VI of the U.S.
Florida Supreme Court judges Moot Court The Florida Supreme Court sat en banc at UF Law to judge the Florida Moot Court Team during the 29th annual Raymer F. Maguire Jr. Moot Court Competition. It was the second time in