The President’s ‘CZAR’

From Gator to a leader of the president’s Green Team By Diane Chun Florida-born Carol Browner seems quite comfortable with her new title as Washington’s “climate and energy czar.” Her role as President Barack Obama’s director of the White House

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Crimefighter By Day

By Adrianna C. Rodriguez Mobsters, murders, tax evasion and health care fraud, it may read like the back cover of a crime novel, but it’s just another day at the office for Assistant U.S. Attorney Jay G. Trezevant (JD 87).

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Tough Times

Navigating the shifting terrain of the legal job market By Lindy McCollum-Brounley When the going gets tough, the tough get going.” So said the famous football coach Knute Rockne, but if you’ve been laid off or had your job deferred

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A Tale of Two Charges

By Adrianna C. Rodriguez Don Slesnick (JD 68) still remembers the day he decided to run for mayor of Coral Gables, his hometown and a posh South Florida city of 43,000 residents. Visiting Philadelphia, Pa., for an American Bar Association

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Conferences

ENTERTAINMENT & SPORTS LAW: Making the Cut by Ian Fisher ( 2 L ) The founder of ESPN and a former White House communications director were among the prominent figures of the sports law and business world who gathered for

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