Penelope Bryan (JD 81)

Whittier College announces new dean for the law school Following an extensive, national search, Whittier College President Sharon Herzberger announced in February that Penelope Bryan (JD 81) has been appointed dean of Whittier Law School, effective July 2009. Bryan will

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Zainabu Rumala (JD 06)

Knows a thing or two about staying focused By Spencer Solis By age 12, she was enrolled in college courses, by 18, she’d received a bachelor’s degree and by 22 she’d graduated from law school. In her current position as

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Brad Fallon (JD 97)

Internet entrepreneur finds law degree an asset By Spencer Solis Despite having never practiced law, Internet entrepreneur Brad Fallon (JD 97) has found plenty of opportunities to put his degree to use. “It comes up all the time in business,”

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Pursuing Justice

By Adrianna C. Rodriguez When Stephen N. Zack (JD 71) takes office as president of the American Bar Association next year, he won’t be the first Gator to hold the prestigious office, but his election will still be one for

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Amendment 4

Amendment 4, passed by Florida voters last Nov. 4 with a whopping 67 percent of the vote, makes conserving private land a lot more affordable for Florida land owners. The amendment’s two-prong approach to tax relief for land owners is

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Don’t Take Away My PDA

Open government laws struggle to keep pace with changing technology By Adrianna C. Rodriguez Forget the suit, the smile or the traditional wave, the indispensable accessory of the modern public official is the CrackBerry…. Uh, make that BlackBerry. Instant access

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Family Values

The story of seven springs, two law students, and one family’s quest to conserve its land By Lindy McCollum – Brounley Say you find yourself sitting on a pot of gold. For the sake of argument, let’s say the gold

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