Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: September 3rd, 2007

Category: News


Juan Perea


Juan Perea
Cone Wagner Nugent Johnson, Hazouri and Roth Professor

  • Published Race and Races: Cases and Resources for a Diverse America (with Richard Delgado, Angela Harris, Jean Stefancic and Stephanie Wildman) (2nd Ed., 2007).


Leonard RiskinLeonard L. Riskin
Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law

  • Co-taught a Negotiation Institute at Northwestern University School of Continuing Studies with Daniel Shapiro of Harvard Law School and Harvard Medical School in July.



Elizabeth Rowe Elizabeth A. Rowe
Assistant Professor

  • Presented paper, “Exploring a Take-Down Provision for Trade Secrets on the Internet,” at the 2007 Intellectual Property Scholars Conference in Chicago on Aug. 9.




Michael SeigelMichael L. Seigel

  • Published “Bringing Coherence to Mens Rea Analysis for Securities-Related Offenses,” 2006 Wisconsin L. Rev. 1564 (2006).
  • Published “Some Preliminary Statistical, Qualitative, and Anecdotal Findings of an Empirical Study of Collegiality Among Law Professors,” 13 Widener L. Rev. 1 (2006).



UF Law Faculty in the News

Leonard L. Riskin
Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law

  • San Francisco Chronicle, July 20. Quoted in an article on the importance of stress-reducing mindfulness mediatation in the legal world. Riskin, who began discussing mindfulness meditation in his law classes in 1999, wrote an article, “The Contemplative Lawyer: On the Potential Contributions of Mindfulness Meditation to Law Students, Lawyers and Their Clients,” which launched a nationwide awareness. He is referred to in the San Francisco Chronicle article from a previous interview with an online legal magazine, Mediate.com. “I believe that mindfulness can help mediators and other dispute resolution professionals (including lawyers) feel better, get more satisfaction out of their work, and do a better job for their clients.”


Michael L. Seigel

  • St. Petersburg Times, August 28. Quoted in an article discussing the selection of a new U.S. attorney for the north and central Florida region despite the recent resignation of U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. “I wouldn’t see this as hampering it at all,” he said. “Typically, the attorney general doesn’t get involved in the selection of the individual U.S. attorneys.”

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