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Faculty scholarship and activities

Published: February 15th, 2010

Category: News

Jonathan Cohen
Professor; Associate Director, Institute for Dispute Resolution

  • Presented “How to Get What You Want: Embracing the Art of Negotiation in Your Personal and Professional Life,” at the American Bar Association Midyear Meeting, Orlando, Fla., Feb. 5.
Jon Mills
Professor; Director of Center for Governmental Responsibility; Dean Emeritus
  • Mills was a facilitator for a “Lobbying 101 Workshop” session titled “How an Idea Becomes a Law” organized by Gainesville Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 5.
Winston Nagan
Professor; Samuel T. Dell Research Scholar; Director, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Development; Affiliate Professor of Anthropology
  • Nagan’s article “Human Rights and Socio-Economic Justice: The Global Challenge,” has appeared in the online journal Forum on Public Policy.
Elizabeth Rowe
Associate Professor
  • Presented “None of your Business: When Should Trade Secret Law Shield Disclosures to the Government?” at the University of Virginia School of Law, Mid-Atlantic People of Color Conference on Jan. 29.
Daniel Sokol
Assistant Professor
  • Presented “Antitrust, Institutions and Merger Control” at an antitrust conference at NYU School of Law.
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