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Robert J. Rhee A Response to Professor Rose’s ‘Shareholder Proposals in the Market for Corporate Influence’ Response to Paul Rose, Shareholder Proposals in the Market for Corporate Influence Professor Paul Rose’s Shareholder Proposals in the Market for Corporate Influence makes a significant contribution … Continue reading

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The 2015 Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law Series

The Florida Law Review was pleased to welcome Amy Howe as the Dunwody Distinguished Lecturer in Law. If you were unable to attend the event click the link below to view her lecture.  “Interpreting the Supreme Court: Finding Meaning in the Justices’ Personal Experiences.”

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Kenneth B. Nunn Ideology, Gentile and Pretrial Attorney Speech: A Response to Professor Tarkington Response to Margaret Tarkington, Lost in the Compromise: Free Speech, Criminal Justice, and Attorney Pretrial Publicity Attorneys are officers of the court and essential to the proper … Continue reading

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Cassandra Burke Robertson Low Sanctions, High Costs: The Risk to Democratic Freedom Response to Irina D. Manta, The High Cost of Low Sanctions Professor Irina Manta deftly combines insights from behavioral economics, political theory, and legal analysis in her piece The … Continue reading

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The Dunwody Distinguished Lecture in Law Series

Please join the Florida Law Review in welcoming Amy Howe as the Dunwody Distinguished Lecturer in Law. This year’s lecture, will take place at the University of Florida Levin College of Law on Friday, March 20 at 11 a.m. in Holland Hall, Room … Continue reading

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Gregory Dolin, M.D. Googling Down the Cost of Low Sanctions Response to Irina D. Manta, The High Cost of Low Sanctions When we as a society decide that a particular conduct is problematic, we are faced with a choice of how … Continue reading

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