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UF Law faculty can provide commentary and insight on legal cases and issues in the news. Contact April Martin at amartin@law.ufl.edu or visit the Faculty Directory to reach experts in a number of legal areas.

Mills advocates constitutional amendment before Florida Supreme Court

UF Law Professor and Dean Emeritus Jon Mills (JD 72) argued March 6 before the Florida Supreme Court on behalf of a constitutional amendment that would automatically restore the right of most felons to vote in Florida. Before Chief Justice Jorge Labarga (JD 79) and the rest of the Supreme Court, Mills argued that the […]

University of Florida Levin College of Law Professors Available to Discuss President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration

University of Florida Levin College of Law Professors Available to Discuss President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration.   MEDIA ALERT January 31, 2017   Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol, Levin, Mabie and Levin Professor of Law, is an internationally recognized human rights scholar who utilizes an interdisciplinary and international framework to promote human well-being around the globe. […]

UF Law Professors Available to Discuss U.S. Supreme Court Vacancy

University of Florida Levin College of Law Professors Available to Discuss United States Supreme Court Vacancy.   MEDIA ALERT January 30, 2017    Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol, Levin, Mabie and Levin Professor of Law, is an internationally recognized human rights scholar who utilizes an interdisciplinary and international framework to promote human well-being around the globe. Her […]

UF Law Professors available to discuss Bill of Rights, as ratification marks 225th anniversary

Thursday, Dec. 15, will mark the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights ratification, guaranteeing Americans the liberties such as trial by jury, freedom of speech, the right to bear arms, and the right to be free of unreasonable searches and seizures. Those first 10 constitutional amendments focusing on protecting individual civil liberties still remain the […]

UF Law professor available to discuss the life and career of Janet Reno

UF Law professor available to discuss the life and career of Janet Reno MEDIA ALERT November 7, 2016 A UF Law professor who was a friend of the late Janet Reno is available to comment on the first female U.S. attorney general. Contact: Jon Mills – UF Professor of Law, Director of the Center for […]

Professors available to speak about election issues

UF Law faculty are available to speak on hot-button issues swirling through the presidential election cycle and topics within contemporary culture. Explore the list below to connect with experts on conspiracy theories, elections, gender bias, immigration and refugees, as well as racial and implicit bias. Click on the names for biographical and contact information. Conspiracy […]

Law professors available to discuss marijuana and solar power amendments.

UF Law professors available to discuss high-profile medical marijuana and solar power amendments in advance of Election Day. Amendment 1, Solar Power: Amy Stein is a law professor focusing her research on clean energy law, environmental law, electric grid governance, energy reliability and federalism. She has delivered several presentations on energy law and policy and […]

Cyber-hacking experts

UF Law cybersecurity experts are available to speak about the cyber hacking and public release of internal Democratic Party emails.

UF Law constitutional law expert available to discuss Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action

UF Law Professor Darren L. Hutchinson is available to comment about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action. Justices ruled 4-3 in Fisher v. University of Texas that race and ethnicity can be taken into account when deciding on admissions at the University of Texas at Austin.

UF Law faculty offer legal expertise in wake of Orlando tragedy

We understand that members of the local, national and international media may need legal experts to provide insight on varying issues affecting the ongoing investigation and possible future public policy implications. We have assembled a list of UF Law faculty experts in various fields relating to the Orlando tragedy.