Page to Serve as Next Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Published: April 14th, 2008

Category: Feature, News Briefs

Bill PageProfessor Bill Page will serve as UF Law’s next senior associate dean for academic affairs. Page joined UF Law in 2001 as the Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in Electronic Communications and Administrative Law. Page, whose teaching and scholarship includes antitrust, civil procedure, administrative law, telecommunications, local government, intellectual property, constitutional law and energy policy, has a JD from the University of New Mexico and an LL.M. from the University of Chicago. He came to UF Law from Mississippi College School of Law where he served as the J. Will Young Professor of Law. “I believe Bill is an excellent choice, and that he is the right colleague to serve in this leadership role,” Dean Robert Jerry said. Page is the author of The Microsoft Case: Antitrust, High Technology, and Consumer Welfare, among other books, and has extensively published articles in prominent law journals.