Glasser Barbecue slated for Sept. 13
The Levin College of Law is holding a free barbecue for all students, faculty and staff Tuesday, Sept. 13, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Marcia Whitney Schott Courtyard. The food is from Hill’s Bar-B-Que in Gainesville and the event is sponsored by the Gene K. and Elaine Glasser Endowment. The Glassers, who are both UF alumni, also sponsored last year’s barbecue. They hope the annual event will foster a greater sense of community among people at the law school. “The law school education I received at the University of Florida has greatly influenced my professional and personal life, creating lasting memories with my friends,” said Gene Glasser, a Fort Lauderdale attorney who received his Juris Doctor degree from UF Law in 1972. The event is a great chance for incoming students to get to know one another and feel like a part of the law school community.