News Briefs

Trial Team, Moot Court make impressive showings During its 2010-2011 competitions, members of the Florida Moot Court team won three regional championships, including the regional title at the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition, a Best Brief award at the Thomas

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Sticks and Stones

When online anonymous speech turns ugly By Kara Carnlet-Murrhee What’s a girl to do when someone calls her nasty names? If she’s Liskula Cohen — former Vogue fashion model and outraged subject of anonymous, defamatory Internet blogging — she calls

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Grassroots Gators

Gators for higher education legislative advocacy program By Lindy Mccollum-Brounley Though economic times typically call for belt-tightening, but the fiduciary fall-out  of Florida’s $2.6 billion  budgetary shortfall last year felt less like belt tightening and more like garroting — especially for

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Cyberbullying

Hot air or harmful speech? Legislation grapples with preventing cyberbulying without squelching students’ free speach By Kara Carnley-Murree In this post-Columbine age of zero tolerance for school bullying, school administrators take a tough stance against bullying behaviors that occur on

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