Fred F. Murray

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Fred Murray is an attorney (District of Columbia, Maryland, New York, and Texas (Board Certified in Tax Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization), and various federal courts) and C.P.A. (Maryland and Texas). His experience includes public law and accounting practice, government service as Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Tax Division at the Department of […]

Mindy Herzfeld

Professor Mindy Herzfeld joined UF Law in 2017 as professor of tax law and director of the LL.M. in International Tax Program. Prior to joining UF Law, since 2014 Professor Herzfeld has been a contributing editor for Tax Analysts, authoring weekly columns on international tax policy developments and cross-border transactions in Tax Notes International. She […]

Stephanie Bornstein

Professor Stephanie Bornstein teaches and writes in the areas of employment law, employment discrimination, work and the family, and civil procedure. Her scholarship focuses on creative legal and administrative strategies to reduce structural inequality in the workplace and ensure access to justice in civil litigation. Bornstein’s work has been cited in enforcement efforts by the […]

Mary Jane Angelo

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Mary Jane Angelo is a Professor of Law, Director of the Environmental and Land Use Law Program, and Alumni Research Scholar at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. She is also Affiliate Faculty in both the University of Florida School of Natural Resources and Water Institute. Professor Angelo has published extensively on a […]

Laura Rosenbury

UF Law Dean Laura A. Rosenbury, the Levin, Mabie & Levin Professor of Law, is an internationally renowned family law scholar. Her research and teaching analyze how law and social norms shape private relationships in the contexts of family law, employment discrimination law, and property law. As co-author of the leading Feminist Jurisprudence casebook, Rosenbury […]

Amy L. Stein

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Professor Stein focuses her scholarship on clean energy law, electric grid governance, distributed energy resources and reliability, environmental law, and federalism. Her recent publications urge regulatory reforms to better harness the reliability benefits of privately-owned reliability resources for the public grid, Distributed Reliability, 87 U. COLO. L. REV. (forthcoming 2016), address the implications of the […]

Robert J. Rhee

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Professor Rhee’s legal experience includes positions as a law clerk on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and a trial attorney in the Honors Program of the U.S. Department of Justice. He also has significant investment banking experience. He was a vice president in financial institutions investment banking at Fox-Pitt, Kelton (then […]

William H. Page

William Page is the Marshall M. Criser Eminent Scholar in Electronic Communications and Administrative Law. He joined UF Law in 2001 and has taught antitrust law, civil procedure, and administrative law, and has offered seminars in antitrust litigation, class actions, and telecommunications law. He has published more than 60 articles including works on antitrust law, […]

Elizabeth T. Lear

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Education J.D., University of Michigan (magna cum laude) B.A., University of North Carolina (with honors) Teaching & Scholarship Criminal Law, Federal Practice, Civil Procedure Professional Activities University of Florida: Joined College of Law in 1990 as Assistant Professor. Named Associate Professor (1992-95), Professor (1995), Associate Dean for Strategic Initiatives (2017). Visiting Faculty: University of San […]

Shani M. King

Shani M. King is a Professor of Law and Director of the law school’s Center on Children and Families. Prior to joining the UF Law faculty, Professor King practiced at Legal Services for Children, Inc. in San Francisco, California, where he litigated cases under the United Nations Convention Against Torture and represented children in immigration, […]