William “Bill” Goza

By Aline Baker Sixty-six years ago in Miami, where William “Bill” Goza (JD 41) was working as a clerk in a law firm, his employer offered to pay for him to complete his law school education at a local university. Even though he didn’t have

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Class Notes Summer 2007

1958 James E. Cobb, a founding partner at Peek, Cobb & Edwards, was awarded the University of North Florida’s Presidential Medallion for Outstanding Service, the university’s highest form of nonacademic recognition, given to local civic leaders who have helped guide UNF’s progress. 1959 Stephen

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Historic Preservation Benefits Florida

Historic preservation enhances the quality of life of Floridians through economic and cultural contributions to an improved sense of place, according to a new study from the Center for Governmental Responsibility at the Levin College of Law and the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, both at the

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TRUSTEE CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE

The partnership between the study of law and its practice has existed as long as there have been law schools and law firms. One cannot exist without the other. Each draws support from the other. Your Law Center Association Board of Trustees, as well as the Alumni Council,

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ENDOWMENTS

“An Endowment is much like a savings account: you never touch the principal. You only spend the interest. And usually the donor setting up or contributing to the endowment specifies the purpose for which that interest is to be spent.” Although the College of Law

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