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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Fall 2008 Class Notes

1951 William T. Harrison Jr., shareholder with Williams Parkers Harrison Dietz & Getzen, received the Sarasota County Bar Association’s Distinguished Community Service Award during the association’s  annual installation and awards dinner Sept. 19. Harrison was recognized for his dedication to

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Spring 2009 NOTA BENE

Legal skills professors receive faculty enhancement awards Legal skills professors Leanne Pflaum and Anne Rutledge received Faculty Enhancement Opportunity (FEO) awards. Pflaum received the award for the summer and fall 2009 term, during which time she will prepare the second

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