News Briefs: Jan. 6, 2014
BLSA hosts networking event for 1Ls in South Florida
Federal Judge Paul C. Huck (JD 65), John Kozyak (Kozyak, Tropin, & Throckmorton LLP), and Sal Richardson (Adelson, Testan, Brundo, Novell, & Jimenez) were in attendance. BLSA would like to say thank you to those who took time out of their busy schedules to give advice to the 1Ls.
Registration open for numerous spring events
The spring semester is a busy and exciting time for UF Law and you are invited to join us for these and other exciting events. Check out our events page for more information and for registration links:
- Feb. 7, 2014: Richard E. Nelson Symposium
- Feb. 19-21, 2014: Inaugural Florida Tax Institute
- Feb. 20-22, 2014: Public Interest Environmental Conference
- March 14, 2014: CSRRR Spring Lecture
- March 14, 2014: Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case
- April 4, 2014: EASLS Sports Law Symposium
LIC Notes: New Research Tool in Google Scholar
Google Scholar has added a new function to help users organize their research. The “My library” tool allows you to save articles to your personal collection, which you can later access any time you are signed in to your Google account. You can also apply subject labels to articles, enabling you to quickly find material related to specific projects. For more information, please take a look at the Google Scholar Blog entry announcing the addition, or the Google help page, which has further tips and instructions.
LIC Notes: Recent Articles on Legal Scholarship
The Legal Information Center has compiled some recently published articles on the state of legal scholarship. The LIC has included the citations as well as links to the articles, but email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any problems with access.
- Ross E. Davies, “The Increasingly Lengthy Long Run of the Law Reviews: Law Review Business 2012 – Circulation and Production,” 3 Journal of Law 245 (2013)
- Allen P. Mendenhall, “Bypassing Bias: How Law Reviews Circumvent Favoritism,”26Academic Questions (2013)
- Richard A. Wise et al., “Do Law Reviews Need Reform: A Survey of Law Professors, Student Editors, Attorneys, and Judges,” 59 Loy. L. Rev. 1 (2013)
- David C. Yamada, “If It Matters, Write About It: Using Legal Scholarship to Effect Social Change,” Suffolk University Law School Research Paper No. 13-28 (2013)
- Albert H. Yoon, “Editorial Bias in Legal Academia,” 5 Journal of Legal Analysis 309 (2013)