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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Women on the Rise

By Kristen Harmel WHEN CLARA FLOYD GEHAN WALKED UP THE STEPS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA’S LAW SCHOOL FOR HER FIRST DAY OF CLASS IN 1930, THE 21-YEAR-OLD HIGH SCHOOL LATIN TEACHER HAD TO WALK THROUGH TWO ROWS OF MEN LINED UP TO WATCH

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Council Seeks Alumni Participation

The UFLaw Alumni Council has launched an ambitious campaign to increase alumni participation in supporting students, faculty, programs and services. After reviewing programs at other law schools — including Duke and Virginia — the council implemented or restructured support programs, and added third-year student members and “class chairs” to

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‘Moving Toward the Top 10′

Hundreds of alumni, friends, faculty and staff gathered in September to honor contributors to UFLaw’s recent successful $25 million expansion campaign, and announce selection of architects to design major facilities for the nation’s 11th largest law school. UF President Charles Young and Dean Jon Mills headlined

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State’s First Music Law Conference

A UF Law student organization capitalized on Gainesville’s reputation as an incubator for aspiring musicians by hosting the state’s first Music Law Conference in October. Leading American entertainment professionals and some of Florida’s most noted new bands participated in two days of performances and panels on critical issues in

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