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Law school enrollment of minorities has been on the decline since 1993 nationally. The decline has raised concerns over equality in the educational system.
Two University of Florida Levin College of Law organizations are collecting books for prisoners through the middle of November. A number of genres are being accepted, but the books must be in accordance with the Admissible Reading Material section of the Florida Administrative Code.
Professor George L. Dawson was named the UF Levin College of Law’s interim dean today after the search for the new dean had ended.
Baldwin is still teaching constitutional law and he has no plans for retirement: “My body will tell me when to retire.”
President Barack Obama recently called for less law school in an effort to reduce the cost of higher learning. Levin College of Law officials are less than enthused. Some of their students feel differently.
The University of Florida Levin College of Law hosted a discussion focused on the Stolen Valor Act during its annual Media Law Symposium on Thursday.
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens visited the Levin College of Law to speak with student and faculty.
The Florida GOP released a statement saying it will oppose three Florida Supreme Court Justices in the upcoming Florida retention elections.
A panel of experts will meet today at the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law to discuss how women’s issues are treated in this year’s election and how the cultural roles of women have changed.