Levin College of Law

Faculty & Research

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

Cohen publishes article on zero-sum mindset

Jonathan Cohen, A Genesis of Conflict: The Zero-Sum Mindset, 17 Cardozo J. of Conflict Resol. 427 (2016) [SSRN]

Sokol publishes article on cartel prosecutions

Vivek Ghosal & D. Daniel Sokol, Policy Innovations, Political Preferences, and Cartel Prosecutions, 48 Review of Industrial Organization (2016)

Page writes article on tacit agreement

William H. Page, Tacit Agreement Under Section 1 of the Sherman Act, __ Antitrust L.J. __ (forthcoming)

Le and Marks win AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers – New Division

Avery Le & Taryn Marks, Increasing Article Findability Online: The Four C’s of Search Engine Optimization

Rowe publishes article on trade secrets and cybersecurity

Elizabeth A. Rowe, RATs, TRAPs, and Trade Secrets, 57 B.C. L. Rev. 381 (2016)

Hamilton writes student e-discovery primer as companion text for civil procedure courses

William F. Hamilton & Jennifer M. Smith, A Student Electronic Discovery Primer: An Essential Companion for Civil Procedure Courses (Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming 2016) (publisher’s website)

Brauner writes about BEPS, transfer pricing, and CCAs

Yariv Brauner, Changes? BEPs, Transfer Pricing for Intangibles, and CCAs, Global Transfer Pricing Conference – WU – Proceedings (forthcoming 2016)

Lidsky writes update on media law in the U.S.

Lyrissa Lidsky & Rachael Jones, U.S. Media Law Update, 20 MALR 461 (2015)

Harrison writes comment on Richard Markovits’s Claim

Jeffrey L. Harrison, Comments on Richard Markovits’s Claim That the Requirement of Possession of Pre or Post Market Power Is Unnecessary in Monopolization and Attempt to Monopolize Cases and a Proposed Second-Best Reconciliation of the Per Se and Conventional Approaches to Dangerous Probability, 61 Antitrust Bull. 155 (2016)

Brauner writes article on tax treaties and BEPS

Yariv Brauner, Treaties in the Aftermath of BEPS, __ Brook. J. Int’l L. __ (forthcoming 2016)

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UF Law In The News

Lyrissa Lidsky: “Superintendent’s book raises questions about academic standards, allegation of plagiarism”

The Gainesville Sun on April 28, 2016

Jonathan Cohen: “Could ISIS choose the next American President?”

The Huffington Post on April 28, 2016

Bob Dekle: “Tisdale capital murder sentencing likely watched statewide”

TCPalm on April 26, 2016

Jason Nance: “Close ‘pipeline’? Start by not arresting children”

The Commercial Appeal on April 23, 2016

D. Daniel Sokol: “Beyond the Cable Box: Here’s How Obama Wants to Stoke Competition”

NBC News on April 15, 2016

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Upcoming Faculty Travel & Presentations

Grater and Rawls attending AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education

From April 30th to May 3rd, Jeffrey Grater and Meshon Rawls are attending the Association of American Law Schools 39th Annual Conference on Clinical Legal Education in Baltimore, Maryland.

McMahon attending ABA Section of Taxation May Meeting

From May 5th through 7th, Martin McMahon is attending the 2016 ABA Section of Taxation May Meeting in Washington, D.C.

Tritt presenting at Ave Maria School of Law Estate Planning Conference

On May 6th, Lee-ford Tritt is presenting “What I Wish I Knew When I Started Practicing Law – Practical Advice for Estate Planners Young and Old” and “Estate Planning for Artists, Authors, and Other Copyright Owners” at the Ave Maria School of Law Estate Planning Conference in Naples, Florida.

Nagan presenting at XIII International Colloquium

On May 11th through 12th, Winston Nagan is presenting “Homoeconomico-politicus, Scientific Consciousness, and the Defense of Fundamental Values in the Context of the Climate Change Crisis” and chairing the panel titled “Money and Financial Markets as Social Institutions” at the XIII International Colloquium, Post-2008 Global Dynamics & Structural Changes: Economic, Political and Eco-Societal Transitions, at the […]

Tritt presenting at ABA Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Symposia and Outreach Program

On May 11th, Lee-ford Tritt is presenting “Estate Planning Basics” at the American Bar Association Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law Community Outreach and Diversity Program in Boston, Massachusetts. On May 12th, Lee-ford Tritt is presenting “Non-Tax Hot Topics Including an Update on the Digital Revolution,” “Elimination of Bias in the Profession: An LGBT […]

Wolf speaking at the Second Annual Sustainability Conference of American Legal Educators

On May 13th, Michael Wolf is speaking on a panel, “Good ‘Old’ Zoning and Climate Change: Help or Hindrance?” at the Second Annual Sustainability Conference of American Legal Educators at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona.

Tritt presenting at Conference of the National College of Probate Judges

On May 16th through 19th, Lee-ford Tritt is presenting “Retroactivity Issues following Obergefell v. Hodges” at the Conference of the National College of Probate Judges in Point Clear, Alabama.

Germain giving oral history at Cornell Law School Heritage Project

On May 16th, at the request of Cornell Law School, Claire Germain will give an oral history on her life and career as part of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project in Ithaca, New York.

Flournoy attending Center for Progressive Reform meetings

On May 16th through 18th, Alyson Flournoy is attending a meeting of the board of the Center for Progressive Reform, and a meeting of its member scholars, in Washington, D.C.

Malavet attending 93rd Annual Meeting of The American Law Institute

On May 16th through 18th, Pedro Malavet is attending the 93rd Annual Meeting of The American Law Institute in Washington, D.C.

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Recently published papers

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Faculty blog

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Guest speakers and workshops

The University of Florida Levin College of Law Faculty’s scholarly activities are exciting and diverse. The 2015-2016 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…... 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

Faculty Resource Center This resource center provides links and documents frequently utilized by faculty members. For information about support services available, please visit our support page. Support for Research & Scholarship Additional Copyright Information for Law Faculty Canvas (course management system) LexisNexis Librarian-Faculty Liaison List Library Services for Faculty New…... Learn More


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


UF Law faculty have presented and engaged in scholarly discussion in 21 countries in 2015. They've also done so in 26 U.S. States.


Books published by UF Law faculty in 2015