Top UF Honors for Law Publications
The Levin College of Law earned two first place honors in the University of Florida’s second annual Golden Gator Awards Program, with results announced in late April. The program recognizes outstanding public relations programs, publications and communication tools by UF colleges, schools and communicators statewide. Judges announced UF’s “Top Book” was the College of Law 2000-2001 Prospectus, and UF’s “Top Brochure” was the Graduate Tax Catalog. Both were produced by Associate Director of Communications Debra Amirin, under direction of Communications Office Director Stan Huguenin, with the Prospectus for use by Assistant Dean for Admissions Michael Patrick, and the Tax Catalog for use by Associate Dean and Graduate Tax Program Director Michael Friel. Other award winners came from the UF Health Science Center, Institute of Food and Agricultual Sciences, Shands and UF’s News & Public Affairs. There were more than 100 total entries, judged by outside experts. The law school also won two first-place awards in last year’s Golden Gators (for weekly FlaLaw newsletter and a student recruitment brochure), and an Award of Distinction for the Environmental & Land Use Law catalog.