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UF Law hosts presentation of the G. Kirk Haas Humanitarian Award Scholarship and pays tribute to Pulse nightclub victims

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Marisol Silva

3L

"I interned with the Legal Aid Society in New York City this summer, with the Immigration Law Unit's Youth Project. I worked with undocumented youth predominantly from Central America who were fleeing from gang violence, domestic violence and exploitation. It was the most fulfilling legal experience of my life and I felt very grateful for the Bill McBride Fellowship that I was awarded that allowed me to have this experience. The Legal Aid Society’s motto is “Making the Case for Humanity,” and showed me the extraordinary changes community lawyering can bring to society. "

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Jay Kim (JD 97)

Member, Florida Bar board of governors; founder, Kim Vaughan Lerner

“UF Law has a tremendous network of alumni. I’m constantly impressed by the alumni I meet and have developed friendships with. There is a strong base of support for graduates, and those relationships and a UF Law degree carry a lot of weight at the Florida Bar. When you look at our past presidents of the Florida Bar and most of our leadership positions, you see UF graduates. There’s an instant credibility.”

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Candace Spencer

2L

“I got into Duke and some other top-tier schools, but the cost of tuition and scholarship available to me here, and the strength of the (environmental) law program I’m interested in, made staying in Gainesville a no-brainer. It’s a public university cost, but the programs are amazing.”

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Marisol Silva

3L

"I interned with the Legal Aid Society in New York City this summer, with the Immigration Law Unit's Youth Project. I worked with undocumented youth predominantly from Central America who were fleeing from gang violence, domestic violence and exploitation. It was the most fulfilling legal experience of my life and I felt very grateful for the Bill McBride Fellowship that I was awarded that allowed me to have this experience. The Legal Aid Society’s motto is “Making the Case for Humanity,” and showed me the extraordinary changes community lawyering can bring to society. "

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Our comprehensive impact map shows the places UF Law has traveled to discuss our scholarship

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UF LAW FACULTY HAVE PRESENTED AND ENGAGED IN SCHOLARLY DISCUSSION IN 19 COUNTRIES THIS YEAR. THEY'VE ALSO DONE SO IN 27 U.S. STATES.

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