Mark Fenster

Mark Fenster is the Cone, Wagner, Nugent, Hazouri & Roth Tort Professor at the Levin College of Law. His legal research has focused on government transparency, legal intellectual history, and constitutional limits on government regulation. He is the author of the book The Transparency Fix: Secrets, Leaks, and Uncontrollable Government Information (Stanford University Press, 2017), […]

Elizabeth Dale

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Professor Dale has published four books: Criminal Justice in the United States, 1789-1939 (Cambridge, 2011); The Chicago Trunk Murder: Law and Justice at the Turn of the Century (NIU, 2011); The Rule of Justice: The People of Chicago versus Zephyr Davis (Ohio State, 2001) and Debating- and Creating-Authority: The Failure of a Constitutional Ideal in Massachusetts Bay, 1629-1649 (Ashgate, 2001). She has also […]

Dennis A. Calfee

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Education LL.M, University of Florida J.D., Gonzaga University B.B.A., Gonzaga University (magna cum laude) Teaching & Scholarship Taxation of Gratuitous Transfers, Income Taxation, Income Taxation of Estates & Trusts Professional Activities University of Florida: Joined College of Law in 1975 as Interim Visiting Assistant Professor. Assistant Professor (1977-78), Associate Professor (1978-80), Professor (1980-present), Associate Dean […]

Pedro A. Malavet

  Pedro A. Malavet joined the UF law faculty as a Professor of Law in the summer 1995. He has served as the school’s Associate Director and headed the LL.M. in Comparative Law program from fall 2011 to spring 2016. During his time at UF Law, he has taught civil procedure, evidence and comparative law […]

Steven J. Willis

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Professor Willis’s legal experience includes positions as a trial law clerk for Judge Davis (of the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals), and as a tax/transactional lawyer with Phelps Dunbar in New Orleans. He is licensed to practice in both Florida and Louisiana and is a CPA in Louisiana. He has written numerous federal appellate briefs […]

D. Daniel Sokol

Professor D. Daniel Sokol focuses his teaching and scholarship on complex business issues from early stage start-ups to large multinational businesses and the issues that businesses face: corporate governance, compliance, innovation, pricing strategies, M&A, collusion, and disparate business regulation around the world.  A highly prolific scholar, Sokol has published his work in law reviews (e.g., […]

Elizabeth A. Rowe

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Professor Elizabeth Rowe is an internationally recognized expert on Trade Secret Law. She is a prolific scholar who has co-authored or contributed to several books on intellectual property and has authored numerous law review articles in leading journals. Much of her research addresses the intersection of trade secrets with employment law and/or technology, as well […]

Jason P. Nance

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Jason P. Nance is a Professor of Law and University Term Professor at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He also serves as Director of the Introduction to Lawyering and the Legal Profession Program and Associate Director for Education Law and Policy at the Center on Children and Families. He teaches Education Law, […]

Amy R. Mashburn

Education J.D., University of Florida (with high honors) B.A., Eckerd College Teaching and Scholarship Civil Procedure, Professional Responsibility, Legal Ethics. Professional Activities University of Florida: Joined College of Law in 1990 as Assistant Professor. Named Associate Professor 1993, Professor, 1995. Private Practice: Dean Mead Egerton Bloodworth Capouano & Bozarth, Orlando, Fla. (1987-90) Professional Affiliations: The […]

Michelle S. Jacobs

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Jacobs teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, International Criminal Law, Critical Race Theory and a seminar, Criminal Law in the Virtual Context, which examines the ways technological development creates interesting intersections between traditional civil law and criminal law. Her students blog about crime and technology. You can read their work here. Before taking on the teaching […]