Dear Florida Law Review Alumni, It is hard to believe that the year is over, and what a year it has been. Over the past months, the Review welcomed speakers from around the country for our Poucher and Dunwody lectures, sent members to Israel to represent UF as part of a Law Review Editors Delegation, […]
On Saturday, April 6, 2019 members of the Florida Law Review participated in the annual kickball game against the Florida Moot Court Team. The Reviewers won the hard-fought victory 9-5 to take home the Lexis Cup once again! Congratulations kickballers!
Florida Law Review is proud to recognize 2L member Megan Chung on her hard work and accomplishments at the Fifth Annual Global Antitrust Institute Invitational, held February 16–17, 2019, at the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Megan and her teammate Jesse Krehl (2L) came in second place overall in the […]
Michael Vitiello Reflections on Hoffheimer’s The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction Response to Michael H. Hoffheimer, The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction The Supreme Court did not grant review in a case involving personal jurisdiction between 1990 and 2010 at a time when our world flattened. Since then, the Court has decided six cases. In each, […]
Patrick J. Borchers The Muddy-Booted, Disingenuous Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction Response to Michael H. Hoffheimer, The Stealth Revolution in Personal Jurisdiction When the editors of the Florida Law Review offered me the opportunity to comment on Professor Michael Hoffheimer’s wonderfully insightful article, I almost declined. The reason is that I agree with pretty much everything of […]
Samuel Levine Another Look at Lawyer Discretion to Assist Clients in Unlawful Conduct Response to Paul R. Tremblay, At Your Service: Lawyer Discretion to Assist Clients in Unlawful Conduct Professor Paul Tremblay’s At Your Service: Lawyer Discretion to Assist Clients in Unlawful Conduct, identifies and explores an apparent gap in the law governing the work of […]