Representational competence

Professor argues courts should give criminal defendants greater opportunity to represent themselves By Kara Carnley-Murrhee While attempting to steal shoes form a downtown Indianapolis department store in July 1999, Ahmad Edwards fired three gunshots at a security officer, grazing him

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Gimme shelter

When President Obama signed the Health Care and Education Affordability Reconciliation Act of 2010 back in March, most of the attention was focused on the country’s new health care laws. But tax professionals and scholars were also tuned into a

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A passion for law

Mark Fenster professor, UF Research Foundation Professor By Lindy McCollum Brounly Mark Fenster is serious about administrative law. It’s an area in which he admits his scholarship and teaching hold “a strangely obsessive joy,” and he takes pleasure in imparting

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