Model Professors

By Michael Allan Wolf The accounts found in the pages of this issue of the many talented University of Florida law graduates who have pursued productive careers as law professors make for very interesting reading. I have had several productive encounters with UF-trained law professors during my own career.

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In Memoriam, Summer 2007

Professor Emeritus Francis A. Allen, a leading legal educator and thinker, has died at age 88. Allen taught criminal law for more than 40 years and was a principal architect of the provision of legal counsel to indigent defendants, both through his scholarly writings and

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Entertainment Law Up Close

By Aline Baker When Gerard Kardonsky entered his first year of law school, he wasnʼt even sure he liked lawyers. As the owner and manager of the label Noisepolluter Records in Dallas, Texas, Kardonsky said he had not always had pleasant experiences with lawyers and felt

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Associate Dean of Student Affairs Retires

By Kayla Harris Gail Sasnett-Stauffer has assisted new mothers juggling newborns and law school, panicked students in jeopardy of losing their careers due to honor court violations, students dealing with crippling illnesses, young students who lost family members, and numerous men and women coping with emotional distress.

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The Last of a Vanishing Breed

By James Hellegaard There is a good lunch crowd early on a Monday afternoon at the Seineyard Restaurant south of Tallahassee. As the hostess leads the group to their table, heads turn up and one man nudges his wife, motioning her attention toward the four gentlemen,

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Scrapbook

  House Hunting I arrived at the law school in the fall of 1953, three days after classes had started. I had come straight from the Korean War and military uniforms were the only clothes I had. As I was walking around trying to figure

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