CLERKING FOR O’CONNOR

By Scott Fusard (2L) Unique abilities and good luck are the keys to clerking at the top of the legal field, according to a UF law professor whose own unique abilities carried her into Sandra Day O’Connor’s Supreme Court sanctum only a year out of law school.

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Tradition

When the UF law school was founded in 1909 as the first public law school in Florida, only 38 students were enrolled. Today the Levin College of Law has a total enrollment of more than 1,200 students and almost 17,000 alumni, and

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Take Heed

By Michael Meyer While technology hurries along, both laws and lawyers operate at a far slower pace. They need to catch up. And when it comes to keeping information safe, lawyers have a lot to learn. Those insights were unambiguous at the “Data Devolution: Corporate Information

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Gators Rise to the Top

PGA TOUR  RICHARD D. ANDERSON (JD 90), Senior Vice President& General Counsel PGA TOUR: World’s premier men’s professional golf organization, which coordinates the highest level of golf tournament competition for the PGA TOUR, Champions Tour and Nationwide Tour. Tournaments are televised on major network and cable television channels.TOUR revenues total approximately $1 billion annually. Ponte Vedra

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Mine and Yours

By Tim Lockette If you met Steve Sessums (JD 59) on the street, you’d probably never guess what he does for a living. A tall, mellowvoiced man, he carries himself with the confident-butsoothing demeanor of a good pediatrician. An advocate of psychological testing in the workplace, he can talk Myers

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Being Better

By Kathy Fleming As Martin Levin (JD 88) and his dad Fred (JD 61) left the courthouse in June 2000, there was cause for celebration. They had just prevailed in a $32 million medical malpractice suit. But there was no joy for the younger trial lawyer. It

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