Scholarship & Activities
• Presented “Rapanos, Carabell and Beyond” (an analysis of recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions addressing jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act) at the Florida Wetlands Conference in Tampa, Nov. 17.
• Published the 2nd edition of his casebook Law, Medicine, and Medical Technology with Foundation Press.
David H. Levin Chair in Family Law; Professor; Director, Center on Children and Families and Family Law Certificate Program; Co-Director, Institute for Child and Adolescent Research and Evaluation (ICARE)
• Advised Fordham University in developing its multidisciplinary center on child advocacy. • Presented the keynote speech at St. John’s University’s Nov. 17 conference on “Race, Class, Culture and the Child Welfare Crisis.”
• Spoke at a ceremony in Phoenix in connection with the renaming of Arizona State’s law school in honor of retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor.
Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Law; Professor
• Spoke at the “Preservation 101” seminar sponsored by the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation, Nov. 16, in Jacksonville on “Who’s Afraid of Property Rights?, Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Constitution.”
• Published “People in Glass Houses” in 113 Tax Notes 477 (2006).
• Presented on the topic of “Family Law Economics: Ruminations on Property,” to Family Law Section of the Collier County Bar Association at its annual Family Law Conference
Professor, Alumni Research Scholar
• Independent Florida Alligator, Nov. 14. Little will be representing Charles Grapski, who has been charged with felony wiretapping.
• High Springs Herald, Nov. 17. Successfully defended Charles Grapski and had the case against Grapski dismissed by the judge.
• University Wire, Nov. 17. Mentioned in an article about Charles Grapski’s victory against wiretapping charges. He acted as Grapski’s attorney.
Professor; Director of Center for Study of Race and Race Relations
• C-Span, Nov. 19. Interviewed about her book Protecting Our Own:Race, Crime, and African Americans, following her appearance on a panel at the Miami Book Fai International
• Polish National television, Nov. 29. Interviewed regarding the extradition of Edward Mazur, a dual U.S. and Polish citizen who has been charged in Poland with hiring a hit man in connection with the June 1998 killing of the former Polish National Police Chief. Seigel was asked about the US-Poland Extradition Treaty and his views on whether Mazur will be extradicted given his U.S. citizenship.