Faculty Profile: William Page

William Page, who teaches antitrust as well as civil procedure and administrative law at UF, has devoted much of his scholarly attention over the past decade to the Microsoft antitrust litigation. The litigation has produced more than 150 judicial opinions in state and federal courts, and

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Phyllis Harris

By Natalie Caula Phyllis Harris (JD 85) has been protecting the environment through the power of law for almost two decades, and now she is joining the compliance team at the nation’s largest retailer. Harris was promoted to vice president of environmental compliance for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., where

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FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP Since March, 2006

Mary Jane Angelo Assistant Professor Published “Embracing Uncertainty, Complexity, and Change: An Eco-pragmatic Reinvention of a First-Generation Environmental Law,” in 33 Ecology Law Quarterly 105 (2006). Thomas T. Ankersen Director, Conservation Clinic and Costa Rica Law Program; Legal Skills Professor Published “Defending the Polygon:

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FAREWELL Winter 2007

DAVID RICHARDSON Twenty-two years ago Professor David Richardson came to the University of Florida tax program on a whim. In a telephone conversation with Professor Jack Freeland, Richardson not only learned of an opening for the position as director of the Graduate Tax Program, he

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