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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Spreading the word

STUART COHN ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES BY TROY HILLIER (2L) Twelve years ago, Stuart Cohn’s phone rang. Cohn, Levin College of Law Associate dean for international studies, John H. and Mary Lou Dasburg Professor, and director of the International

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