April 14, 2014 | Volume XXI, Issue 14

Faculty Scholarship & Activities: March 25, 2013

Published: March 25th, 2013

Category: News

UF Law and the upcoming conference, “Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case” were mentioned in an article in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer that featured an e-discovery conference vendor.

Rob Birrenkott
Interim Assistant Dean in Career Development 

“Like other schools, UF law school working to expand fellowships” (March 19, 2013, The Alligator)

The article looks at a national trend of law schools helping to ensure real-world experience for graduates. Birrenkott weighed in on what steps UF Law is taking in this area.

From the article:
Rob Birrenkott, the interim assistant dean in career development at the Levin College of Law, said now is an interesting time for law because there is a lot of innovation in the field.

“What UF is doing is taking bits and pieces of different approaches,” Birrenkott said.

For the past two years, UF’s law school has had a postgraduate fellowship program that allows students to partner with entities to help underserved populations, he said.

Charles W. Collier
Professor of Law, Affiliate Professor of Philosophy

Collier’s article “Gun Control in America: An Autopsy Report,” has been accepted for publication in 60:3 Dissent (2013), a peer-reviewed journal.

Elizabeth Dale
Affiliate Professor of Law

Dale’s article “From Opera to Real Democracy: Popular Constitutionalism & Web 2.0″ was published in the Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies. The cite is 6 Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies [Great Britain] (March 2013). “From Opera to Real Democracy: Popular Constitutionalism & Web 2.0,” (Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies).

Jason P. Nance
Assistant Professor of Law; Associate Director, Center on Children & Families

Nance’s article “Random, Suspicionless Searches of Students’ Belongings: A Legal, Empirical, and Normative Analysis” was published in the Colorado Law Review. The cite is 84 U. Colo. L. Rev. 367 (2013)“Random, Suspicionless Searches of Students’ Belongings: A Legal, Empirical, and Normative Analysis” (University of Colorado Law Review)

Sharon E. Rush
Associate Dean for Faculty Development; Irving Cypen Professor of Law; Associate Director, Center on Children & The Law; Co-founder, Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations

Rush gave a three-hour “Introduction to Constitutional Law” course to the Polish Bar on March 13 in Warsaw, Poland. The program was equivalent to UF Law’s CLE programs.

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