Levin College of Law

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Our faculty excel as scholars and teachers around the world

UF Law faculty are actively engaged in publishing  cutting-edge scholarship, traveling throughout the United States and the world to engage in a variety of professional activities. They present their work at conferences and share their insights with the media.

Scholarly Publications

Competition Policy Initiative focuses on ‘NCAA Cartel’

                  The UF Competition Policy Initiative run by economics department chair and affiliate law professor Roger Blair as well as UF Research Foundation Professor of Law D. Daniel Sokol will host a conference on the “NCAA Cartel” on Friday, Feb. 24, with paper presentations from professors of […]

Dowd publishes article on Developmental Equality Model

Nancy E. Dowd, A Developmental Equality Model for the Best Interests of Children, in Implementing Article 3 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (Elaine E. Sutherland & Lesley-Anne Barnes Macfarlane eds., 2017).

McMahon publishes Federal Income Taxation, Seventh Edition

Martin J. McMahon, Jr., Daniel L. Simmons, Bradley T. Borden, & Dennis J. Ventry, Jr., Federal Income Taxation (7th ed. 2017).

Hernandez-Truyol publishes article in Santa Clara Journal of International Law

Berta Esperanza Hernandez-Truyol, Glocalizing Women’s Health and Safety: Migration, Work, and Labor, 15 Santa Clara J. Int’l L. 48 (2017).

Sokol publishes book on Patent Assertion Entities and Competition Policy

Patent Assertion Entities and Competition Policy (D. Daniel Sokol ed., Cambridge University Press 2017).

Harrison publishes article on Antitrust Law and Economics in Italian Law Journal

Jeffrey L. Harrison, Some Inconvenient Truths about Antitrust Law and Economics, 2 It. L.J. 471 (2016), http://www.theitalianlawjournal.it/data/uploads/pdf/2-2016/ItaLJ-vol-02-No-02-(2016).pdf.

Tritt publishes article on the Retroactive Application of Obergefell in Wisconsin Law Review

Lee-ford Tritt, Moving Forward by Looking Back: The Retroactive Application of Obergefell, 5 Wis. L. Rev. 873 (2016).

Hamilton publishes article on E-Discovery

Ralph Artigliere, Gill Freeman & William Hamilton, League of Women Voters of Fla. v. Detzner: The Florida Supreme Court’s Hidden Pre-Litigation E-Discovery Preservation Mandate, 90 Fla. B.J. 8 (2016).

Tritt publishes chapter on Trust Arbitration

Lee-ford Tritt, Legislative Approaches to Trust Arbitration in the United States, in Arbitration of Trust Disputes:  Issues in National and International Law (S.I. Strong & Tony Molloy eds., 2016).[SSRN]

Recent publications by Environmental and Land Use Law scholars

Mary Jane Angelo University of Florida Research Foundation Professor; Alumni Research Scholar; Director, Environmental and Land Use Law Program Books: Food, Agriculture, And The Environment: History, Law, And Sustainability (Jason J. Czarnezki, William S. Eubanks II & Mary Jane Angelo eds., 2013). Mary Jane Angelo, The Law and Ecology of Pesticides and Pest Management (2013). […]

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UF Law In The News

Kenneth Nunn: “Hearing of retired cop who shot moviegoer puts Florida’s Stand Your Ground law back in the spotlight”

ABC News, Feb. 23, 2017

Kenneth Nunn: “Hearing of retired cop who shot moviegoer puts Florida’s Stand Your Ground law back in the spotlight”

WBAL, Feb. 23, 2017

Joseph Little: “Can Scott Tilt the Florida Supreme Court on His Way Out the Door?”

Daily Business Review, Feb. 22, 2017

Kenneth Nunn: “UF professors meet to discuss travel ban’s effect on Muslims”

The Independent Florida Alligator, Feb. 21, 2017

Danaya Wright: “Temporary Injunction For Mandatory Delay Law For Abortions Upheld”

WUFT News, Feb. 21, 2017

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Upcoming Faculty Travel & Presentations

Dowd serving as Fulbright Distinguished Chair at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute

From January to June, Nancy Dowd is serving as Fulbright Distinguished Chair at the Raoul Wallenberg Institute at the University of Lund in Lund, Sweden.

Stearns Johnsen moderating panel for the ADR Committee of the Litigation Section of the ABA

On February 28th, Joan Stearns Johnsen is moderating the panel, “How to Teach Your Trier of Fact,” for the ADR Committee of the Litigation Section of the American Bar Association.

DiMatteo presenting the Dieter Heremans Lecture Series in Law & Economics 2017 at KU-Leuven

On February 28th through March 2nd, Larry DiMatteo is presenting the Dieter Heremans Lecture Series in Law & Economics 2017 at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Leuven, Belgium.

Cohen presenting at Religious Critiques of Law Conference at Pepperdine School of Law

On March 10th, Jonathan Cohen is presenting “Lawyers Serving Gods – Visible and Invisible” at the Religious Critiques of Law Conference at the Pepperdine School of Law in Malibu, California.

Adkins presenting at the Florida Conference of Historians Annual Meeting

On March 11th, Mary Adkins is presenting “The Same River Twice: Florida’s 1968 Constitution from Mid-Century Draft to 2018 Revision” at the Florida Conference of Historians Annual Meeting in Punta Gorda, Florida.

Angelo traveling with UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute to Pétion-Ville, Haiti

On March 13th through 15th, Mary Jane Angelo is traveling with UF’s Emerging Pathogens Institute to conduct research on Water Policy and Water Disease in Pétion-Ville, Haiti.

Fenster presenting at Transparency Conference 2017 in Oslo, Norway

On March 16th, Mark Fenster is presenting at the Transparency Conference 2017 in Oslo, Norway.

Klein presenting at “The Future of Water” Conference at Mississippi State University

On March 28th, Christine Klein is presenting “Water Wars” at the 2017 SEC Academic Conference: The Future of Water at Mississippi State University in Starkville, Mississippi.

Nance presenting “Implicit Bias and the Fourth Amendment” at Stanford University

On March 31st, Jason Nance is presenting “Implicit Bias and the Fourth Amendment” at Stanford University School of Law in Palo Alto, California.

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Recently published papers

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Faculty blog

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Faculty workshops & guest speakers

The University of Florida Levin College of Law Faculty’s scholarly activities are exciting and diverse. The Faculty Workshop Series provides an opportunity for faculty and invited guests to read papers and engage in lively discussions on a variety of cutting-edge topics. This year’s speakers include several of our own faculty…... Learn More

Professional Affiliations

UF Law faculty are deeply connected to the legal profession. Faculty hold positions of responsibility in professional and educational associations, both nationally and internationally. Learn More

Faculty Resources

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UF Law faculty are ranked 2nd on SSRN for number of new papers in the last 12 months.

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UF LAW FACULTY PRESENTED AND ENGAGED IN SCHOLARLY DISCUSSION IN 23 COUNTRIES IN 2016. THEY ALSO DID SO IN 31 U.S. STATES.

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Books published by UF Law faculty in 2015