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UF Law Alumna Pursues Career in Mediation, Mentors Current Students

UF Law alumna Petra Pindar spends her days helping people through difficult times. Since October 2016, Pindar (JD 12) has served as mediation services coordinator for the 8th Judicial Circuit. In that time, she has worked as a family mediator on nearly 100 cases of divorce, custody and paternity rights. She also coordinates mediators working […]

Alumna Selected to Co-Chair ABA Disability Rights Committee

UF Law alumna Nicole Saunders (JD 16) has been selected to co-chair the Disability Rights Committee for the Young Lawyers Division of the American Bar Association. Her term will run from September 2017 until September 2018. Saunders is currently working in Jacksonville as a corporate associate for the in-house legal department of Fidelity Information Services, […]

UF Law Research Faculty Joins Multidisciplinary Worker Health Initiative

UF Law Research Faculty Joan Flocks is a key member of a new multidisciplinary, five-year center to decipher the occupational health and safety concerns of individuals working in the forestry, fishing and agricultural industries. The University of Florida is hosting the new Southeastern Coastal Center for Agricultural Health and Safety which is funded through a […]

Construction Update #3

The UF Law community has been humming with excitement over the new student commons area currently under construction, but expected to be completed in time for the start of fall classes. Below are some renderings that will give you an idea of what the finished space will look like. Read about the project in-depth here. […]

Construction Update #2

Three construction projects are underway at UF Law this summer that promise to bring better food options, innovative technology and more space for students to campus – all before classes start Aug. 14. Below you’ll find an update on each project. Looking for more details? Read about the projects here.   The cafeteria is mostly […]

UF Law hits the road for 2017 Summer Tour

UF Levin College of Law is hosting a multi-state Summer Tour to raise funds for student scholarships. Dean Laura Rosenbury and members of UF Law’s team will head to Jacksonville, Tampa, New York City, Atlanta, Orlando, Washington, D.C., West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and Gainesville to support the Culverhouse Challenge, an ambitious, fast-paced initiative […]

UF Law Professors Publish Antitrust Handbook

  High-profile antitrust lawsuits around the world today are dominated by issues relating to high-tech and intellectual property. A new handbook edited by UF Law Professors D. Daniel Sokol and Roger Blair takes a deep-dive into these issues. “These are some of the highest profile companies and these are bet-the-company type issues,” said Sokol, the […]

UF Law Celebrates the Class of 2017

More than 400 students joined UF Law’s global alumni network on May 19 during the Class of 2017 Commencement Ceremony. “UF Law has offered you the tools and training to succeed as a lawyer,” Dean Laura A. Rosenbury told the graduates. “Now is your opportunity to go out and change the world. That’s the UF Law tradition, and you […]

Construction Update #1

New construction at UF Law this summer will bring new food offerings, an expanded commons area for students, innovative technology and increased space for student journal offices to campus – all before classes begin Aug. 14. The photos below, taken on May 16, 2017, show some of the demolition work happening on the first floor […]

New Commons Area to Open This Fall

New construction at UF Law this summer will bring new food offerings, an expanded commons area for students, innovative technology and increased space for student journal offices to campus – all before classes begin Aug. 14. Workers began ripping up the first floor of Bruton-Geer Hall on May 12. The end result will be a […]