Unequal Justice

By Kathy Fleming White, black. Rich, poor. Free, not free. It’s a plot that could have come right out of a John Grisham bestseller. Instead it came from ABC’s “20/20″ television show, and, luckily for the protagonist, a fledgling Jacksonville

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Raising the Bar

By Adrianna C. Rodriguez Virtually overnight, John “Jay” G. White III’s (JD 83) client base swelled into the thousands. When White took office as the 60th president of the Florida bar, he took on representation for the estimated 85,000 members of

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IN MEMORIAM 2008

Robert M. Montgomery Jr. (JD 57) passed away Aug. 4, he was 78. Montgomery — known for his success in arguing multi-million dollar cases and representing high-profile clients — was a longtime advocate and supporter of the UF Levin College of Law. During his 40-year

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Weathering the Storm

by Scott Emerson Follow your feet on any sidewalk in any great American city and you will eventually stumble into urban decay — blighted cityscapes of littered streets lined with neglected and boarded-up homes in neighborhoods surrounded by closed businesses.

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