Scholarship & Activities

Published: December 4th, 2006

Category: Awards, News Briefs

Mary Jane Angelo Mary Jane Angelo

Assistant Professor

• 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.

Lars Noah


• Published the 2nd edition of his casebook Law, Medicine, and Medical Technology with Foundation Press.


Barbara Bennett WoodhouseBarbara Bennett Woodhouse

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. 

Michael Allan WolfMichael Allan Wolf

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.”

Steven WillisSteven J. Willis


• 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

Joseph LittleJoseph W. Little

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.

Katheryn Russell-BrownKatheryn Russell-Brown

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

Michael SeigelMichael L. Seigel


• 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.