Faculty Scholarship & Activities
University of Florida Research Foundation Professor 2013 – 2015; Professor of Law and Professor of History
Dale attended The American Society for Legal History’s annual conference Nov. 7-10 in Miami and participated in two panels: “Criminal Justice Institutions as Agents of Social Transformation,” for which she served as chair and commentator, and “President’s Roundtable: Race, Crime, and Stand Your Ground in Historical Perspective,” for which she was a member of the roundtable.
Christine A. Klein
Chesterfield Smith Professor of Law; Director, LL.M. Program in Environmental & Land Use Law
Klein participated in Notre Dame Law School’s “National Parks Roundtable.” The superintendents of six National Parks together with eight natural resources law scholars participated in an all-day discussion of the challenges currently facing the parks. The roundtable participants also presented a lunch discussion and a Q-and-A session for Notre Dame law students.
Stephen C. O’Connell Professor and Associate Dean for International Programs
Lidsky spoke on “The Press and Constitutional Self-Help, Then and Now” at a symposium at the University of Georgia that honored the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in New York Times v. Sullivan. She also spoke at the Practicing Law Institute’s Communications Law in the Digital Age 2013 event concerning recent developments in social media law.
Omri Y. Marian
Assistant Professor of Law
Marian presented his work-in-progress “Consult Your Own Tax Advisor: Rethinking Tax Disclosure in Registered Offerings” at the University of Tennessee College of Law on Nov. 8.
Martin J. McMahon Jr.
James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar in Taxation and Professor of Law
McMahon gave a presentation titled “Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation” at the University of Florida Accounting Conference on Nov. 8 in Gainesville.
Elizabeth A. Rowe
UFRF Professor of Law; Feldman Gale Term Professor in Intellectual Property; Director, Program in Intellectual Property Law
Rowe was the keynote lecturer at the University of Houston IP Law Center’s 20th anniversary celebration where she presented “Intellectual Property and Information Control,” on Nov. 7, 2013 in Houston, Texas.
Michael Allan Wolf
Professor of Law and Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Law
Wolf’s paper, “Strategies for Making Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Tools ‘Takings-Proof,’ ” was published in the Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law. The cite is 28 J. Land Use & Envtl. L. 157 (2013). “Strategies for Making Sea-Level Rise Adaptation Tools ‘Takings-Proof’ ” Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law