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UF Law symposium presents rights and wrongs for Florida elections

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida has had its fair share of knocks in the media when it comes to election news, but as the fourth most populous state in the U.S., elections and election laws are no joke. The 13th annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium, “State & Local Elections: Rights and Wrongs,” will illuminate key issues […]

Feb. 8, 2013 – Nelson Symposium examines conflicts between state and federal laws

Twelfth Annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium Preemption Puzzles: Firearms, Fracking, Foreigners, Fuels, and Farming Friday, February 8, 2013 Hilton UF Conference Center Gainesville, Florida Click here to register for the conference. Click here to download the symposium brochure. 7 General CLE credits and certification credits in City, County and Local Government Law (3), Criminal Appellate […]

UF Law’s Nelson Symposium to host national and state experts in “dirt law”

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Levin College of Law’s 11th annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium could get dirty this year. That is, top national and state experts will be exploring recent and proposed changes in “dirt law” – real property law dealing with adverse possession, eminent domain, easements and mortgages – and their […]

11th annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium

Location: UF Hilton Conference Center “Digging Up Some Dirt (Law): How Recent Developments in Real Property Law Affect Landowners and Local Governments” will welcome national and state experts to explore the impact on landowners and local governments of recent and proposed changes in the law of adverse possession, eminent domain, easements and mortgages. 7 General […]

National experts to discuss issues affecting Florida’s coast at 10th annual Nelson Symposium

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Levin College of Law’s 10th annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium will feature a prestigious line-up of state and national experts speaking on a range of important issues and legal developments currently affecting Florida’s coast. The symposium – “Going Coastal: 21st Century Challenges to Our Fragile Coast” – will […]

Symposium offers CLEs, solutions and resources for local government, real estate, land use planning and environmental attorneys

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The University of Florida Levin College of Law will host the Eighth Annual Nelson Symposium Friday Feb. 13 at the UF Hilton Conference Center. The symposium invites attorneys specializing in local government, real estate, land-use planning, environmental law and others interested in those topics to attend, and will offer insights on how […]

Green Building Practices Focus of UF Law Nelson Symposium Feb. 15

GAINESVILLE, Fla.— The implications of a wide range of efforts on the local, state and national levels designed to encourage and require green building practices will be explored at the Seventh Annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium, Friday, Feb. 15, at the University of Florida Hilton Conference Center. Presented by the University of Florida Levin College […]

Legal Implications of Golf Course Conversions Explored at UF Law Symposium

GAINESVILLE, Fla.— The Sixth Annual Richard E. Nelson Symposium, to be held Friday, Feb. 2, at the University of Florida Hilton Conference Center, will assemble an unprecedented panel of experts to discuss the legal aspects of a growing real estate development phenomenon in Florida and throughout the nation—the conversion of existing golf courses into more […]

UF Law School Billboard Conference to Address Tough Issues of Free Speech, Business Regulation

Some of the toughest questions in First Amendment law are no farther away than your local stretch of interstate highway, says University of Florida law professor Michael Allan Wolf. “From ads for adult entertainment to messages put up by white supremacist groups, Florida billboards have been the subject of some controversial disputes,” said Wolf, who […]

Friday Symposium Presents New Perspectives on Historic Preservation

“From Penn Central to Pensacola: New Perspectives on Historic Preservation” will be the main focus of the Third Richard E. Nelson Symposium scheduled Friday by the University of Florida Levin College of Law. National legal experts will join UF law school officials to discuss such topics as economic benefits of historic preservation, its church and […]

Growth Implications for Florida Subject of UF Nelson Symposium

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Growth management experts from around the nation will meet with legal practitioners at a September symposium to discuss important land use and growth issues in Florida and the United States. The University of Florida Levin College of Law second Richard E. Nelson Symposium will take place here September 27, at the UF […]

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