Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Published: October 1st, 2007

Category: News


Faculty Scholarship & Activities

Lars NoahLars Noah

  • Published his article “Too High a Price for Some Drugs?: The FDA Burdens Reproductive Choice,” 44 San Diego L. Rev. 231 (2007).



Leonard RiskinLeonard L. Riskin
Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law

  • Published his article, “Decision-Making in Mediation: The New Old Grid and the New New Grid System,” 79 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1-53 (2003), which has been translated into Portuguese and published as Tomada de decisa em mediacao: o novo “grafico antigo” e o sistema do “novo grafico novo,” 4 Estudoa Em Arbitragem, Mediacao E Negociacao. 129-70 (2007). (Published by the University of Brasilia Faculty of Law).



Christopher SloboginChristopher Slobogin
Stephen C. O’Connell Chair; Affiliate Professor of Psychiatry; Adjunct Professor, University of South Florida Mental Health Institute; Associate Director, Center for Children and Families

  • Published the third edition of Psychological Evaluations for the Courts: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals and Lawyers (with Gary Melton and four others). The book has been referred to as the “Bible” of forensic mental health law.
  • Presented talk Sept. 19 to commemorate Constitution Day on “The Constitution and Surveillance by the Government.” In his presentation in the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom, part of UF’s Constitution Day activities, Slobogin said that instead of a celebration, much more apt would be a funeral service for the Fourth Amendment, the provision in the Bill of Rights that prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires that warrants for searches and seizures be based on probable cause and describe what is being searched. Slobogin illustrated why he’s gloomy about the future of this part of the Constitution by talking “about the Fourth Amendment’s application—or more accurately under current law—its non-application to surveillance by the government.”