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

Stephanie Bornstein: “Equal Pay Day shines light on pay disparity between men and women”

Orlando Sentinel on April 12, 2016

Joseph Little: “Brad Dinkins still wants City Council to stand against adult-oriented shows”

Ocala Star Banner on April 9, 2016

Elizabeth Rowe: “Senate overwhelmingly OKs trade secrets law; on to House”

Newswire on April 7, 2016

Christine Klein: “Unnatural disasters and environmental injustice”

OUPblog on April 6, 2016

Darren Heitner: “What You Need to Know About Daily Fantasy Sports”

Industry Buzz on April 1, 2016

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Upcoming Faculty Travel & Presentations

Little teaching at University of Warsaw

From April 25th through 29th, Joseph Little is teaching at the Center for American Studies at the University of Warsaw in Warsaw, Poland.

Rowe serving as commentator at Vanderbilt IP Scholars Roundtable

On April 29th and 30th, Elizabeth Rowe is serving as a senior scholar/commentator at the Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Scholars Roundtable at Vanderbilt Law School in Nashville, Tennessee.

Stein participating in Florida Sea Grant – Florida Climate Institute energy law collaboration

On April 29th, Amy Stein is participating in the Florida Sea Grant – Florida Climate Institute Law Schools Collaboration Meeting at the University of Miami School of Law in Miami, Florida.

Lidsky presenting at Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference

On April 30th, scholars will discuss Lyrissa Lidsky’s paper, “Taking the Fourth Estate Seriously” (with Rachael Jones), at the fourth Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference at Yale Law School in New Haven, Connecticut. On May 1st, Professor Lidsky will serve as discussant for another author’s paper, titled “Editorial Discretion & Network Neutrality.”

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.

Harrison lecturing at LUISS

In April, Jeffrey Harrison is serving as guest scholar at Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali (LUISS) Guido Carli in Rome, Italy. Professor Harrison is lecturing on American antitrust law.

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 We Wish We Knew When We Started Practicing Law – Non-Tax and 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.

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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

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

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Books published by UF Law faculty in 2015