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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The Federal Bench

By Deborah Cupples (JD 05) Privacy rights. Free speech rights. Property rights. Civil rights. The list is long and the work profound for the federal judges who hear and decide cases involving the fundamental rights and protections of the American

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Mills Closes Circle

By Kristen Harmel As Jon L.Mills stepped down in June after serving as the 12th dean of the University of Florida Levin College of Law, one thing was for sure: “The immediate future is to be reserved for Beth, Marguerite and Elizabeth.” “I’ve been

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50th Chief Justice

There was always something special about Harry Lee Anstead (JD 63). Born and raised in a single-parent home in a Jacksonville housing project, he helped support his mother, Loretta Anstead, after his father abandoned the family. While other boys were out playing baseball in the streets or fishing

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