Florida Law Review releases December 2010 book

Published: November 29th, 2010

Category: News Briefs

The Florida Law Review is proud to announce the publication of its December edition. This book features articles from scholars Mark C. Weber, Melanie B. Leslie, Benjamin H. Barton, Steven Hetcher, Lydia Pallas Loren and Peter K. Yu. It also features student notes by Andrew S. Brown (3L) and Benjamin J. Steinberg (3L). The book includes a collection of works on copyright law, including an article that comments on the graduated response, allowing internet service providers to disconnect the Internet service for copyright violators for life. Other topics include insider dealing in nonprofit organizations and the right to counsel in civil claims. With eight individual articles, the book is over 370 pages and marks one of the largest editions ever printed by the Florida Law Review. Copies of the book are available in the library and the individual articles are available on Westlaw, Lexis and HeinOnline. For inquiries about obtaining a hard copy of the book or an individual article, please contact Lisa Caldwell at caldwell@law.ufl.edu.

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