FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP Since March, 2006

Mary Jane Angelo Assistant Professor Published “Embracing Uncertainty, Complexity, and Change: An Eco-pragmatic Reinvention of a First-Generation Environmental Law,” in 33 Ecology Law Quarterly 105 (2006). Thomas T. Ankersen Director, Conservation Clinic and Costa Rica Law Program; Legal Skills Professor Published “Defending the Polygon:

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FAREWELL Winter 2007

DAVID RICHARDSON Twenty-two years ago Professor David Richardson came to the University of Florida tax program on a whim. In a telephone conversation with Professor Jack Freeland, Richardson not only learned of an opening for the position as director of the Graduate Tax Program, he

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Partners

For just a short time, charitably-minded UF Law alumni 70 1/2 years of age and older can take advantage of a new law that will allow them to make donations from their IRAs while excluding the amount from their gross income. “The Pension Protection Act of 2006 is a wonderful opportunity for

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Investing in the Future

When asked to bring a prop for his portrait, Andre Hammel (2L) didn’t bring a little token to represent himself. He brought a construction truck … a real, two-ton Dumpster-hauling truck. This is typical of Hammel, whose ingenuity has helped him succeed as an entrepreneur and

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FACULTY NEWS WINTER 2007

Wright Heads Faculty Senate for University Professor Danaya C. Wright is seeing the university from a different altitude: from the President’s Suite in Ben Hill Griffin Stadium and in the company of the Board of Governors for the State University System, all in her role as chair of

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Summer 2007 Faculty Scholarship

Mary Jane Angelo Assistant Professor ■ Presented “Rapanos, Carabell and Beyond” (an analysis of recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions addressing jurisdiction under the Clean Water Act at the Florida Wetlands Conference). Thomas T. Ankersen Legal Skills Professor; Director, Conservation Clinic ■ Published “Anchoring Away: Government Regulation and

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Huck Finn

Professor Says Icon is Causing Harm The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, the iconic American classic, should be removed from mandatory reading lists in public secondary schools because of its racist content, according to a new book by civil rights lawyer and Irving Cypen Professor Sharon Rush. In “Huck

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