Feral Cats

Feral – or wild, free-roaming – cats pose an increasingly serious threat to endangered species nationwide, killing more than a billion small mammals and birds each year. That was among the findings of a UFLaw Conservation Clinic research project commissioned in 2002 by U.S. Fish and Wildlife

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Symposium Explores Violence, Children

UF Law’s Center for Children and the Law (CCL), along with UF’s Center for Children’s Literature and Culture at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, co-hosted a spring interdisciplinary conference “Children, Culture and Violence: Exploring Myths, Images and Realities.” The unique event drew unprecedented community involvement, including an art

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Iraq Conflict

While U.S. involvement in Iraq results in some direct or indirect impact to all Americans and citizens of countries worldwide, six Levin College of Law students were involved “up close and personal.” According to the Military Law Students Association (MLSA), a student support organization formed in 2002-03, information

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Conferences

Transformative Mediation Draws a Crowd; Dispute Resolution scheduled in September Law’s Institute for Dispute Resolution and the state’s Florida Dispute Resolution Center (FDRC) co-sponsored a spring symposium, “Transformative Mediation: Fulfilling the Promise.” Led by IDR Director Don Peters and FDRC Director Sharon Press, the event attracted nearly

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