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Justice Stevens: ‘Have everybody know that your word is good’

Published: Feb 11th, 2013

At 92, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has a lifetime of experience and legal wisdom to impart, which he readily did Tuesday at UF Law. Stevens was welcomed for the second time in five years, as the Marshall M. Criser Distinguished Lecturer. Stevens spoke at the inaugural Criser Lecture at UF Law in 2008.

CSRRR spring lecture discusses affirmative action

Published: Apr 5th, 2010

“I am a product of affirmative action,” Robert Chang stated as he spoke to the Levin College of Law on April 1, as the featured speaker for the Center for […]

Music Law: Getting into the groove of the digital age

Published: Mar 1st, 2010

The digitization of music has transformed the music industry, marginalizing the role of record labels and placing greater power in the hands of consumers. This sea-change in how music is […]

UF Law Spring Lecture examines outcome of reverse discrimination case

Published: Feb 15th, 2010

Exploring the decision and opinions of a controversial U.S. Supreme Court case involving reverse discrimination will be the focus of the University of Florida Levin College of Law’s Center for […]

CGR sponsors debate on changes to Florida’s growth management policy

Published: Feb 8th, 2010

A leading expert on growth management will host a discussion on an amendment that could radically change the way Florida regulates growth and development during a Feb. 10 forum at […]

Perils and potential of social media

Published: Feb 1st, 2010

Is the cost of social media really free? Several experts at the University of Florida would say that using social media in an inappropriate and irresponsible manner, and not planning […]