Articles Tagged Volume XV Issue 2

News Briefs – September 6, 2010

Published: Sep 6th, 2010

Call for Student Recruitment Team applicants The Office of Admissions is seeking students, regardless of year, to help recruit the nation’s top undergraduates to the Levin College of Law. Members […]

Faculty Scholarships and Activities

Published: Sep 6th, 2010

Mary Jane Angelo Presented “Promoting Agricultural Production, Healthy Communities and Biodiversity through Ecoagriculture” at the CGR’s 11th annual Conference on Legal and Policy Issues in the Americas in May in […]

Moot Court Final Four competitors gear up for Sept. 10

Published: Sep 6th, 2010

UF Law students Leigh Anne Siddle, Andrew Labbe, Monica Haddad, and Jordan Peterson (supported by alternate Daniel Lazaro) will argue before a panel of five distinguished judges in the 25th […]

Former IRS Associate Chief Counsel discusses the “fun stuff” of tax law

Published: Sep 6th, 2010

“Fun stuff” may not be the first words to come to a law student’s mind when considering the topic of tax law. But former IRS Associate Chief Counsel, Jasper L. […]

LL.M. in Comparative Law welcomes eight students

Published: Sep 6th, 2010

Each year, the LL.M. in Comparative Law Program brings a handful of foreign law students to the UF College of Law to study and experience living in another country. Through […]

UF Law professor asks the ‘man’ question

Published: Sep 6th, 2010

Do feminists see women as a diverse group in need of support and men as only one thing: male and privileged? A new book by University of Florida Law Professor […]

News Brief – January 19, 2010

Published: Jan 19th, 2010

Applications for the Summer 2010 Yegelwel Fellowship are still being accepted Applications for the Summer 2010 Yegelwel Fellowship are still being accepted. The deadline for submission of application materials has […]