Valuable to Firms

By Amanda Groover UF College of Journalism ’03 Student of the year Have you ever considered the benefit of hiring a lawyer with a master’s degree in business administration? Or with an accounting degree? More UFLaw students are taking advantage of the law school’s

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Completion Scheduled for Spring ’05

The “cheerios” have been moved, the “bridge / habitrail” is no more, the courtyard is gone, one cannot go directly from Holland Hall to Bruton-Geer (and vice versa), green construction safety fences and/or makeshift plywood walls snake throughout the campus, parts of the Legal Information Center are

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Confirmation

Thanks to Foley and Lardner, an experienced career woman who decided to enroll at UFLaw is one of eight students across the country to be honored through the national firm’s Minority Scholarship Program (reportedly the first of its kind by any U.S. law firm)… Karla Haynes,

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Putting an Endowment in Place

Through an Endowment, a donor can benefit College of Law students and/or professors, help ensure long-term permanent financial income for the College of Law, and gain permanent recognition and appreciation. Here’s one example of how the process might work: 1. A donor decides to

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Ensuring UF Law’s Future

Endowments — unrestricted (providing for the greatest needs of the College of Law) or restricted for a particular use — provide perpetual income for the law school through investment of principal funds. Established with a minimum of $20,000, endowments can be through outright gifts, pledges paid over

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