April 14, 2014 | Volume XXI, Issue 14

Faculty Scholarship & Activities: Sept. 24, 2012

Published: September 24th, 2012

Category: News

Paul Donnelly
Adjunct Professor

Paul Donnelly was recently selected for inclusion into the 2013 edition of Best Lawyers in America.

Claire M. Germain
Associate Dean for Legal Information, Clarence J. TeSelle Professor of Law

Claire M. Germain spoke about “Recent Developments in the French Criminal Jury” at the 2012 International Conference on Law & Society in Honolulu, Hawaii, in June. She provided an update on the contemporary landscape of the French jury in its legal and political aspects from a comparative perspective. Her presentation was part of a panel on juries, mixed courts in Europe, and lay participation in legal decision making.

William F. Hamilton
Adjunct Professor

Florida e-Discovery and Evidence, with Honorable Ralph Artigliere (ret.), was just released.

Robert Jerry
Dean, Levin Mabie & Levin Professor of Law

“UF gets Supreme Court visitor” (Sept. 19, 2012, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Dean Jerry announces Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ lecture at the UF Levin College of Law on Sept. 21, 2012.

From the article:
“The opportunity for a law student to interact with a Supreme Court justice is very special,” said Dean Robert Jerry. “To engage a justice is an opportunity to get insights into the workings of the highest court in our nation. This deepens our students’ education.”

They can accommodate about 500 people, Jerry said. With about 1,000 students enrolled at the law school, he said event attendance had to be rationed. Tickets to Thomas’ discussion will be distributed through the law school’s Office of Student Affairs.

Thomas did not accept payment to speak at UF, Jerry said.

Tom C.W. Lin
Assistant Professor of Law; Assistant Director, Criminal Justice Center

Lin recently presented a working paper entitled, “The New Investor,” at the University of Georgia School of Law.

Joseph Little
Emeritus Professor

“Blaming the Victim: Florida A&M argues hazing death was student’s fault, not school’s” (Sept. 12, 2012, The Daily)

This article discusses whether or not Robert Champion, the drum major beaten to death during a hazing scandal at Florida A&M University, is to blame for his own death.

From the article:
“If he’d said, ‘I’m not going to play this game, here’s my fancy A&M band uniform, I’m not going to take the field with you,’ that would be hard to do,” said Joseph W. Little, a law professor at the University of Florida. “I would expect the argument that because of the situation, this young man was under a lot of compulsion.”

Omri Y. Marian
Assistant Professor of Law

Marian presented his paper, “Jurisdiction to Tax Corporations,” at the 2nd annual Critical Perspectives on Tax Policy workshop, hosted by the University of Washington School of Law.

Elizabeth A. Rowe
Feldman Gale Term Professor in Intellectual Property; UF Research Foundation Professor of Law; Director, Program in Intellectual Property Law

Rowe presented “Trade Secrets, Extraterritoriality, and Border Control,” at the 2012 Intellectual Property Scholars Conference at Stanford Law School on Aug. 9, 2012.

John Stinneford
Associate Professor of Law; Assistant Director, Criminal Justice Center

“Law in South Korea Permits Chemical Castration of Sex Offenders” (Sept. 20, 2012, The Minaret)

This opinion piece references a paper published by Stinneford about the practice of chemical castration.

Monique Haughton Worrell
Senior Legal Skills Professor; Acting Director, Criminal Justice Center

“Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Likely To Remain” (Sept. 13, 2012, NPR, All Things Considered)

Worrell’s presentation of UF Law’s research as a member of Florida’s Stand Your Ground task force is referenced here.

From the article:
University of Florida law professor Monique Worrell cautioned the task force that the information was preliminary and that more research would be needed to show any correlation with passage of the Stand Your Ground law.

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