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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FREDRIC G. LEVIN COLLEGE OF LAW • FALL 2016

W O R L D W I D E I M P A C T.

It Starts Here.

COLLEGE OF LAW HIGHLIGHTS CLASS NOTES DEAN LAUNCHES SUMMER TOUR

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CONTENTS

STUDENTS

FACULTY

OPPORTUNITIES

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GATOR NATION

DESTINATION

SUMMER TOUR

CLASS NOTES

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CAREER

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ANNUAL REPORT 30 Letters

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J.D. Alumni By Class

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Financial Report

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Law Firm Giving

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Endowed Funds

48 Graduate Tax Alumni By Class

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Distinguished Donors

49 Bequest Society

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1909 Society

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Book Awards

EVENTS

FEBRUARY 13

MAY 19

FEBRUARY 3-4

Seventh Annual Ellen Bellet Gelberg Tax Policy Lecture Guest Speaker, William G. Gale, The Brookings Institution UF Law Campus

Spring Commencement Ceremony Stephen C. O’Connell Center, UF Campus

Global Competition Review Live Antitrust Law Leaders Forum Miami FEBRUARY 9-11 Public Interest Environmental Conference “Land Conservation: The Worth of the Earth” UF Law campus

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MARCH 29-31 Florida Tax Institute Marriott Waterside Hotel Tampa

For more information about UF Law events go to: www.law.ufl.edu/category/events and www.law.ufl.edu/alumni/events

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TOP RANKED Students can choose from more than 55 student organizations on campus — and take advantage of UF’s amenities.

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STUDENTS

984

314

LSAT MEDIAN

78

ALL J.D. STUDENTS

160

47.4% WOMEN

INCOMING CLASS SIZE

UNDERGRAD COLLEGES

DIVERSITY

36%

12.1%

GPA MEDIAN

3.6

75%

OUT-OF-STATE

STUDENTS RECEIVING SCHOLARSHIPS

40% | 3.5%

20-46

55+

OUT OF COLLEGE

AGE RANGE

1-4 YEARS 5+ YEARS

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

CLASS OF 2019

Our accomplished, creative and diverse student body comes to UF Law with undergraduate and graduate degrees in areas such as business, finance, criminal justice, education, engineering, and medicine, to name a few.

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F A C U LT Y

80

30+

219

FULL-TIME FACULTY

COURSES OFFERED IN 2015

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JOURNALS PUBLISHED

U.S. News Ranking

ADJUNCTS/ LECTURERS

37th

FACULTY REPUTATION

12:1

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100+

CLINICS OFFERED

50%

OF THE FACULTY HOLD ADVANCED DEGREES PLUS J.D.

AREAS OF CONCENTRATION

110+

ARTICLES,BOOKS & PAPERS PUBLISHED IN 2015

STUDENT: FACULTY RATIO

JOINT DEGREES

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COUNTRIES TRAVELED TO/ PRESENTED IN 2015

A critical component to a top-notch legal education is working with scholars in the field. UF Law’s engaged faculty not only teach nearly every subject of law, but actively publish, present and contribute to cutting-edge research and expertise in law on a global scale.

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R E A L W O R L D P R E P A R AT I O N UF Law students Vincent Pulignano, Chelsea A. Mayberry and Paige White spent their last semester of law school working in Washington, D.C., as part of UF Law’s Semester in Practice. The program immerses students in a professional legal work environment while allowing them to complete their course requirements.

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EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

SEMESTERIN-PRACTICE LOCATIONS 2016

2016 SUMMER EXTERN STATS

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FL APPELLATE COURTS

WASHINGTON, D.C.

MIAMI

TALLAHASSEE

193

52,393

8,424

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21

92

EXTERNS

FEDERAL COURTS

HOURS WORKED

STATES

PRO BONO HOURS

SITES

“I have very much enjoyed having interns from the University of Florida. The law school prepares them very well. I encourage UF Law students to seek out externships because it is a great opportunity for them and great for the courts.” —JUDGE MARCIA HOWARD (JD 90), United States District Court, Middle District of Florida

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Employment Success Rate CLASS OF 2015 • Employed • Pursuing Graduate Degree Full Time • Unemployed – Start Date Deferred • Unemployed – Not Seeking • Unemployed – Seeking • Total Class Size

259 85.47% 22 7.26% 2 0.66% 1 0.33% 16 5.28% 303 100%

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22 8.49% 18 6.94% 2 0.77% 51 19.69% 165 63.70% 1 0.38%

EMPLOYMENT BY TYPE Business/Industry Clerkships Education Government Law firm (private practice) Public Interest

Data as of March 15, 2016

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ALUMNI NETWORK BY LOCATION

703 1,072

INTERNATIONAL Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, military

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“UF Law has a tremendous alumni network. There is a strong 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 and most leadership positions, you see UF graduates. There’s an instant credibility.” —JAY KIM (JD 97), Member, Florida Bar board of governors; Founder, Kim Vaughan Lerner

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GLOBAL LEADERS UF Law alumnus and Chief Justice of the Florida Supreme Court Jorge Labarga (JD 79) is among a strong group of Gator Law leaders who frequent the UF Law campus. U.S. Magistrate Judge for the Middle District of Florida Patricia D. Barksdale (JD 96) and U.S. District Court Judge for the Southern District of Florida Paul C. Huck (JD 65), both pictured at top right on the next page, also regularly return to Gainesville, where they interact with UF Law students and judge competitions.

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ALUMNI

The Reach Of The Gator Nation The University of Florida Levin College of Law Gator Nation includes more than 21,000 alumni and stretches around the world to nearly 50 countries. The accomplishments, involvement and support of alumni have helped distinguish UF Law as one of the strongest alumni bases in the country. In fact, the law school’s alumni helped UF Law earn a No. 1 national ranking in “The 25 Best Law Schools in the U.S. to Make Connections and Get a Job” by GraduatePrograms.com.

ALUMNI

21K+

JUDGES

800+

GRADS PRACTICING

49|50 COUNTRIES

STATES

FL SUPREME COURT JUSTICES

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FLORIDA GOVERNORS

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PRESIDENTS

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DEANS

ABA PRESIDENTS

100+ STATE SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES

OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, INCLUDING UF

OF LAW SCHOOLS, INCLUDING THREE AT UF LAW

MORE THAN ANY OTHER LAW SCHOOL SINCE 1973

“You go to law school because a law degree is one of the most powerful weapons on Earth. It gives you the power to right a wrong, and who else but a lawyer can look at an injustice and do something about it? I hope you can follow your dream.” —STEPHEN N. ZACK (JD 71), American Bar Association President 2010-2011

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DESTINATION T O P -T I E R U N I V E R S I T Y

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AMONG PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES U.S. News & World Report

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200 GRADUATE PROGRAMS

$724M IN RESEARCH AWARDS

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NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

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“ONE OF THE BEST PL ACES T O L I V E A N D P L AY ” —National Geographic Magazine

The University of Florida Levin College of Law is located in Gainesville, Florida — one of the state’s centers of education, medicine, cultural events and athletics. Gainesville features lush city parks, freshwater activities and nature trails, and is just a short distance from beautiful sandy beaches on either Florida coast.

2,000 ACRES OF UF CAMPUS

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TOP TEN COLLEGE TOWN Livability.com 2013

220+ DAYS OF SUNSHINE PER YEAR

140,000 sq. ft. STATE-OF-THE-ART FITNESS FACILITY

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JUNE 9, JACKSONVILLE

JULY 14, GAINESVILLE

JUNE 16, ORLANDO

Hosted by Smith, Gambrell & Russell

Hosted by UF Law

UF alumni reception hosted by UF Law at The Florida Bar Convention

JUNE 15, TAMPA

JUNE 29, FORT LAUDERDALE, Hosted by Haliczer Pettis & Schwamm

JUNE 27, WEST PALM BEACH

Hosted by Carlton Fields

Hosted by Jones Foster

DEAN L AUNCHES

SUMMER TOUR

JUNE 28, MIAMI Hosted by Stearns Weaver

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PA R TN E R S

SUMMER TOUR, WASHINGTON, D.C. UF Law alumni and students came together June 21 for a reception with Dean Laura A. Rosenbury hosted by Hogan Lovells.

“Alumni, current students and admitted students came together this summer and reinforced the reason UF Law is considered one of the best law schools in the country for networking opportunities. More than 600 people attended UF Law’s eight-city tour. Thank you to all who attended and made the tour so successful. We plan to repeat the summer tour in 2017 and look forward to seeing you!” —Bill Turner, Senior Director of Development and Alumni Affairs

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CLASS NOTES SEND YOUR CLASS NOTES to classnotes@law.ufl.edu or to: UF LAW magazine, Levin College of Law, University of Florida, P.O. Box 117633, Gainesville, FL 32611. Please limit submissions to 75 words or fewer by focusing on new endeavors and recognition.

HARRY A. JOHNSTON II, attorney at Jones Foster Johnston & Stubbs, has been named “Community Leader of the Year” by the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches. The award recognizes Johnston’s life-long contribution to his country and local community. He has served as former President Bill Clinton’s special envoy to Sudan, as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives for four terms, as president and presiding officer of the Florida Senate and in the U.S. Army.

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SYLVIA H. WALBOLT, shareholder of Carlton Fields and co-chair of its national appellate practice and trial support group, has won the 2016 John Paul Stevens Guiding Hand of Counsel Award from the American Bar Association’s Death Penalty Project. Walbolt was honored for her work representing death penalty clients pro bono over the last 50 years of her career.

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JOHN J. LAZZARA, Tallahassee Judge of Compensation Claims, became a member of the Florida Blue Key as part of its 2016 Honorary Initiatives Class. Lazzara was inducted during the spring honorary tapping ceremony in April.

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STEPHEN J. BOZARTH has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers

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and in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America for real estate litigation and real estate law. Bozarth works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, specializing in real estate. JOHN PATTON HYMAN has authored The Inner Advantage: Applying Mindfulness in Business and Law–and Everywhere Else! (Patton Hyman, 2016). The book is now available on Amazon.com. DONALD SLESNICK II, managing partner at Slesnick & Casey in Coral Gables, received the American Bar Association Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes the efforts and accomplishments of outstanding solo and small firm practitioners, as well as bar leaders and associations. CHARLES EGERTON has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers and in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the area of tax law. Egerton works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, specializing in tax law.

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consecutive year as a “star performer” in the directory’s labor and employment law section. He is one of two Florida attorneys to achieve the ranking. He is also one of two Tampa attorneys listed as a “Star Individual” in the publication. Zinober was listed as a member of the Hall of Fame of Labor & Employment Lawyers nationally in Human Resources Executive Magazine. Zinober is global co-chair of labor and employment law and human capital solutions for Greenberg Traurig P.A. MERCER K. (BUD) CLARKE has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the area of product liability, litigation-defendants and as “Lawyer of the Year” for Miami. Clarke is president and founding partner of Clarke Silverglate, P.A., where he defends commercial and construction claims, toxic torts and product liability cases. This is his second year receiving the lawyer of the year designation, last year winning in the Miami personal injury litigation defendants category.

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ROBERT W. MEAD JR. has been named in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the areas of corporate law and employee benefits law. Mead is one of the founding shareholders of Dean Mead. He works in the Orlando office, specializing in representing physicians and medical entities with business matters.

DARRYL M. BLOODWORTH has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers and to the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America for bet-the-company litigation and commercial litigation. Bloodworth works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, specializing in business litigation.

PETER W. ZINOBER has been recognized in the 2016 Chambers USA Guide for the seventh

WILLIAM D. TOWNSEND has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the

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2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers and in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the area of tax law. Townsend works in the Tallahassee office of Dean Mead, specializing in tax law. THOMAS BALL has been recognized in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. He works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in real estate and regulatory matters.

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DONALD S. KOHLA has been named to the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. Kohla is one of 19 attorneys from the law firm Taylor English Duma LLP to be a recipient of the designation. JEFFREY GARVIN, of The Garvin Law Firm, was selected by his peers as Fort Myers’ “Lawyer of the Year” for 2016. Garvin was also named in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers, an honor he has received every year since 2006.

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RALEIGH “LEE” W. GREENE III, of Greene & Greene, Attorneys at Law, has been selected for both the 2016 and 2017 editions of Best Lawyers in America. Greene has also been selected as part of Florida Trend’s 2015 “Legal Elite,” and he continues to be AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell. Greene’s St. Petersburg law firm, Greene & Greene, specializes in family law, guardianship, fiduciary litigation, and wills and trusts. PHILIP J. MORGAN, managing partner of Brinkley Morgan, was named in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. Morgan is Florida Bar board certified in real estate law, concentrating on commercial and residential transactions and the title insurance of those matters. JOSEPH “RUSTY” CAROLAN III, attorney in the Orlando office of Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, has been selected for the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers for his work in banking. He was also named in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in banking and finance law, and business organizations and corporate law.

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SUSAN CLARK has been included in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in utilities law. She is a shareholder in the Radey Law Firm in Tallahassee. LESLIE LOTT, of Lott & Fischer, spoke at the State Bar of Michigan’s Intellectual Property Law Summer Institute in July. The presentation included developments in trademark law and European registrations in light of the Brexit vote. Lott was also named in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. ANNE C. CONWAY, an Orlando federal judge, has been named to the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which deals with applications made by the U.S. government to approve electronic surveillance, physical search and other investigations for foreign intelligence purposes. She will join 10 other members of the court, presiding over the court for rotating one-week stints in Washington, D.C.

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WAYNE FLOWERS, shareholder in Lewis, Longman & Walker, has been selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Super Lawyers for his work in environmental litigation. TYRIE W. BOYER has been named Florida’s 2016 “Jurist of the Year” by the Florida Chapters of the American Board of Trial Advocates. Boyer is a circuit judge in the 4th Judicial Circuit. Boyer has been a charter member of the ABOTA’s Jacksonville chapter and served as chapter president in 1992.

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MARK P. BUELL has been included in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America for his work in commercial, personal injury, bet-the-company litigation, and eminent domain and condemnation law. He has also been selected for Florida Super Lawyers and Florida Trend’s 2016 “Legal Elite.” Buell is board certified in civil trial law and business litigation. He is a partner at the Tampa law firm Buell & Elligett, P.A.

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LAUREN Y. DETZEL has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016

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edition of Florida Super Lawyers. She was also named in the publication’s “Top 50 Women” category for the same year. Detzel has also been named to the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America for trusts and estates litigation, and trusts and estates. Detzel works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead specializing in estate planning and probate. RICHARD FULTON has been included in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. He works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in real estate law. ELLEN OSTMAN, of Givens Givens Sparks, was named a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” DAVID B. ROTHMAN, founder and partner of Rothman & Associates, P.A., has become first vice president of The Florida Bar Foundation. Rothman has served on The Florida Bar board of governors for more than 10 years and as president of the Miami-Dade County Bar Association and the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He practices federal and state criminal defense law and handles bar defense cases. DENNIS WALL’s article “Made Secret by Stipulations with No Basis, Approved by Court Orders with No Authority: A Case Study in the Abuse of Protective Orders in Coverage Litigation,” was published in the May edition of Insurance Litigation Reporter. He also authored “The Lender’s Risk of Not Being Repaid” in the Florida Public Interest Journal. Wall also updated the claims handling and exclusions chapters in Catastrophe Claims: Insurance Coverage for Natural and Man-Made Disasters, a book he coauthored. LORI N. BOYER was sworn in as president of the Jacksonville City Council after being elected unanimously. She has served on the council since 2011. In 2014, the Jacksonville Bar Association deemed her “Lawyer of the Year.”

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BILL BOYLES (LLMT, JD 76), of GrayRobinson, was recognized in the 2016 Chambers USA guide for his statewide work in the health care practice area.

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C. DAVID BROWN II, chairman of Broad and Cassel, has been recognized in the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite” and inducted into its 2016 Hall of Fame for consistently being ranked in the “Legal Elite” top-tier. DENNIS CAMPBELL, founding member of Campbell Law Firm, has been selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Best Lawyers in America for his work in commercial litigation, banking, bankruptcy, construction and real estate issues. He has also been recognized as a “Top Lawyer” by “Florida Legal Elite” and included in Florida Super Lawyers for the past 12 years. ROBERT J. MERLIN, of Robert J. Merlin, P.A., served as a trainer in the introductory interdisciplinary collaborative practice training presented by the Northwest Florida Collaborative Law Group in July. Merlin is a Florida Bar board-certified marital and family lawyer working in Coral Gables. JOHN W. SALMON has been named a Florida “Super Lawyer” for his work in alternative dispute resolution. This is his seventh inclusion in the publication. RONALD L. SIEGEL (LLMT), of Briskley Morgan, was named in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. Siegel is Florida Bar board certified in wills and trusts and estates and focuses his practice on all aspects of estate planning, probate, trust administration, guardianship and real estate. FRED F. HARRIS (LLMT) has been named in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. Harris works at the Tallahassee office of Greenberg Traurig where he specializes in corporate law, securities and capital markets, and tax law.

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JACQUELINE S. MILLER, counsel at Broad and Cassel’s West Palm Beach office, has been recognized in Florida Trend’s 2016 “Florida Legal Elite” for her legal expertise.

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DENNIS EISINGER, managing partner of Eisinger, Brown, Lewis, Frankel & Chaiet, P.A., was elected to the board of directors for the American Lung Association, Inc., which works to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease.

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ROBERT WEBB has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America and as a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” He works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in leisure and hospitality law and real estate law. R. MASON BLAKE has been named in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the area of real estate law. Blake works in the Viera/Melbourne office of Dean Mead and is board certified in real estate law.

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RICHARD B. COMITER (LLMT, JD 80) has been selected for the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers for tax law. Comiter is a senior partner at the regional tax law firm Comiter, Singer, Baseman & Braun where he focuses on federal income and estate tax planning, partnership and limited liability company state law. He has been selected for Super Lawyers 11 times. WILLIAM LANE (LLMT) is now the chair of The Florida Bar Tax Section and will fill the role until June 30, 2017. Lane is a partner at Holland & Knight’s Tampa office and focuses in estate planning, family business succession planning, estate and trust administration, and trust and estate dispute resolutions. RANDOLPH J. RUSH (LLMT, JD 80) has been chosen for the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America for real estate law. Rush is an attorney in the Winter Park office of the law firm Winderweedle, Haines, Ward and Woodman, P.A. SCOTT SILVER has joined the Miami office of Akerman LLP, which is recognized by The American Lawyer as a “Top 100” U.S. law firm. The

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practice services clients across the Americas. He brings more than 25 years of commercial litigation experience to the law firm with an emphasis on real estate and corporate disputes at both the state and federal level. Silver is also a real estate developer and investor. MICHAEL R. LEVIN has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. He works out of BakerHostetler’s Orlando office, specializing in commercial litigation and intellectual property litigation.

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MICHAEL D. MINTON (LLMT, JD 81), shareholder in Dean Mead, was awarded the Pete Hegener Leadership Award by the Economic Development Council of St. Lucie County during the council’s fourth annual leadership dinner in April. The award honors his dedication and contribution to the economy and quality of life in St. Lucie County. He has also been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers and in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the areas of agriculture law and tax law. Minton works in the Fort Pierce office of Dean Mead, specializing in tax law. JAMES GALE, of Feldman Gale, P.A., has been appointed as chairman of the Inaugural Committee for Intellectual Property Law Certification by The Florida Bar. Gale is AV-Preeminent rated and has been included in Best Lawyers in America, Florida Super Lawyers, Marquis Who’s Who in America and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Gale was also recognized as the 2016 “Patent Lawyer of the Year” in Miami by Best Lawyers in America.

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WILLIAM HAMILTON, executive director of UF Law’s E-Discovery Project, published the book A Student Electronic Discovery Primer: An Essential Companion for Civil Procedures Courses (Carolina Academic Press, 2016) with Jennifer M. Smith. Hamilton’s

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A B A H O N O R S WA L B O LT. Sylvia H. Walbolt (JD 63), shareholder in Carlton Fields and co-chair of its national appellate practice and trial support group, has won the 2016 John Paul Stevens Guiding Hand of Counsel Award from the American Bar Association’s Death Penalty Project. Walbolt was honored for her work representing death penalty clients pro bono over the last 50 years of her career.

work scrutinizes electronic discovery and the issues that accompany online evidence in the digital age. The book calls attention to the difficult themes surrounding preservation, metadata and forms of production. Hamilton’s work is billed as a first-year law student’s supplement to a traditional civil procedure textbook. SCOTT HAWKINS, vice chair of Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, P.A., and past president of The Florida Bar, has joined the Council of Advisors at the University of Florida’s Bob Graham Center. The center was established to create a community of students, scholars and citizens who share a commitment to revitalizing the civic nature of Florida. Hawkins is board-certified in business litigation and practices commercial and corporate litigation. DAVID J. AKINS has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers and the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the field of trusts and estates and as “Lawyer of the Year” in the same category. Akins works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, specializing in estate planning and probate.

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JOANNE PHILLIPS SIMMONS was named Clerk of the Court for the Florida 5th District Court of Appeal. STEVEN ELLISON, partner in Broad and Cassel’s West Palm Beach office, has been recognized in Florida Trend Magazine’s 2016 “Florida Legal Elite” for his legal expertise.

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LARRY LOFTIS published the nonfiction book Into the Lion’s Mouth: The True Story of Dusko Popov—World War II Spy, Patriot, and the Real-Life Inspiration for James Bond (Berkley Caliber, 2016). He credits his experience on the Florida Law Review – as a senior articles editor, senior executive editor and publishing a case comment – as giving him the tools for scholarly research and tight writing. STEPHEN R. LOONEY (LLMT) has been named to the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in the area of tax law and to the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. He is chair of the Dean Mead tax department and works in the firm’s Orlando office. MICHAEL A MONÉ has been elected president of the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education for 2016, as well as elected to a second term as president of the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy. ELIZABETH GREEN has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America and in the 2016 edition of Super Lawyers. She works at BakerHostetler’s Orlando office, specializing in bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights, and insolvency and reorganization law, and bankruptcy litigation.

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DAVID WEINSTEIN, of Greenberg Traurig, has been recognized in the 2016 Chambers USA guide as one of the country’s top attorneys. Chambers and its partners select attorneys for inclusion based on thousands of interviews with practicing lawyers and clients around the world. Weinstein focuses his practice on white-collar crime and government investigations litigation and environmental law.

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ROBERT M. DEES, partner with Milam, Howard, Nicandri, Dees & Gillam, P.A., was appointed to the 4th Judicial Circuit Court by Gov. Rick Scott.

MAYANNE DOWNS, president and managing shareholder-elect of GrayRobinson, and chair of its Orlando Litigation Department, was named to the annual “50 Most Powerful” list by Orlando Magazine with the rank of the fifth most powerful. The magazine’s 13th annual list included citizens who “influence our lives in myriad ways” and includes governmental leaders, business leaders, community activists, legal minds, philanthropists and educators. JAMES V. ETSCORN has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers and as a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” He works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in commercial litigation, defendants product liability litigation and intellectual property litigation. GARY L. SANDERS, owner and managing partner of Bice Cole Law Firm, P.L., has been appointed to the bench of the 5th Judicial Circuit Court by Gov. Rick Scott. DAVID L. SCHICK has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers and as a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” He works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in corporate law, employee benefits law and health care law.

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BRUCE ANDERSON has been elected as a circuit judge in the 4th Judicial Circuit. He fills the seat left after the retirement of Circuit Judge Henry Davis.

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Anderson is a partner at the Jacksonville law firm Terrell Hogan Yegelwel, P.A. RICHARD M. BENRUBI, a board-certified civil trial lawyer, has joined Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Ryles. His practice includes insurance coverage disputes, bad faith actions, declaratory relief lawsuits and claims for insurance benefits, as well as personal injury. In September, Benrubi was appointed to the Florida Supreme Court’s Committee on Standard Jury Instructions. SHAWN BURKLIN was named senior vice president of GEICO’s regional operations in both Lakeland, Florida, and Macon, Georgia. He will oversee offices that serve nearly 5 million customers in 16 states. JANE D. CALLAHAN (LLMT, JD 87) has been named in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America for nonprofit/charities law. Callahan is a shareholder in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, where she represents taxpayers resolving issues at the audit and administrative appeals levels before the Internal Revenue Service. She also represents charities and taxpayers before the U.S. Tax Court and other federal courts. MARC D. CHAPMAN has been named in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America for trusts and estates litigation and as “Lawyer of the Year” in Orlando in the same category. Chapman is president of Dean Mead and a shareholder in the litigation department. He specializes in commercial litigation.

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SEAN DOMNICK, shareholder in Domnick Cunningham & Whalen, was named to the 2016 Florida Super Lawyers “Top 100” list. He has also been elected as chair of the 2016-17 Budget Committee for the American Association of Justice and will join its executive committee. He recently served as a panelist at the Florida Justice Association Workhorse Seminar in March where he presented “War Games and Northrup Issues,” as part of a

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five-member panel addressing “The Anatomy of Impeachment – Tactics, Strategies, and Steps – Knowing What to Do and What to Avoid.” His work in wrongful death, medical malpractice, product liability and nursing home abuse has earned him a No. 1 ranking on the Jury Verdict Roundup “Top Medical Malpractice Verdicts of 2014” and the Daily Business Review’s “Verdicts Hall of Fame” award in 2015. T. MILLS FLEMING, a partner at the business law firm HunterMaclean, has been listed in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. Fleming works in the company’s Savannah, Georgia, office chairing the firm’s health care practice group.

Lawyers for his work in bankruptcy. He has also been named in the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite” for the eleventh year, a designation representing the highest 2 percent of Florida Bar attorneys. Saxton was named to the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America in bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights/insolvency and reorganization law, bet-the-company litigation, commercial litigation and litigation-bankruptcy. ROBERT W. THIELHELM JR. has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. He works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in commercial litigation.

JEFFREY PASKERT, of Mills Paskert Divers, was elected the firm’s president. Paskert was also selected as a 2015 “Super Lawyer” and has been listed among America’s, Florida’s and Tampa Bay’s “Best Lawyers” by Super Lawyers.

STEVEN SOLOMON, of GrayRobinson, has been recognized statewide in the 2016 Chambers USA guide for his work in the Bankruptcy/ Restructuring category.

MICHAEL SHAPIRO, executive director and financial advisor in Morgan Stanley’s Boca West Wealth Management office, has been named to the 2016 edition of Barron’s “America’s Top 1,200 Advisors.” The list includes individuals screened based on assets under management, revenue produced for the firm and quality of service provided to clients.

LEE A. WEINTRAUB, shareholder in Becker & Poliakoff, was included in the 2016 Chambers USA guide. The publication selected lawyers based on interviews with practicing lawyers and clients worldwide, and ranked Weintraub in the second highest level. Weintraub is chair of Becker & Poliakoff’s public-private practice group and vice-chair of its construction law and litigation practice group.

BRADLEY H. TRUSHIN, of Chepenik Trushin LLP, has been appointed to the Florida Supreme Court’s Professionalism Committee by The Florida Bar Board of Governors’s executive committee, with the approval of the Florida Supreme Court. He will serve a fouryear term. Trushin runs the litigation department of Chepenik Trushin LLP, specializing in estate planning, probate, guardianship and commercial litigation.

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BRADLEY M. SAXTON, attorney with the Orlando office of Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, was selected for the 2016 edition of Florida Super

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NELSON BELLIDO, managing partner of ROIC’s Miami office and chairman of Duke Alums Engage South Florida, led a volunteer effort of ROIG lawyers and other employees as part of DAE’s day of service. The day benefitted the Overtown Youth Center and the Sisters of Charity.

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COURTNEY GRIMM, of Bedell, Dittmar, DeVault, Pillans & Coxe, P.A., received the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Professionalism Lifetime Award, which recognizes a lawyer who exemplifies professionalism and dedication in practicing law with honor and civility.

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MICHAEL G. SCHWARTZ (LLMT) has been listed on the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. Schwartz works for the Ohio-based law firm Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, specializing in tax law, and estates and trusts. PERRY W. DORAN has been listed in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers in America. Doran works for the Ohiobased law firm Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP, specializing in mass tort litigation and class actions for defendants.

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CARL V. ROMANO, partner in Broad and Cassel’s West Palm Beach office, has been recognized in the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite” for his legal expertise. SUSAN H. ROTHSTEIN-YOUAKIM, assistant U.S. attorney for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Middle District of Florida, has been appointed to the 2nd District Court of Appeal by Gov. Rick Scott. J. SUZANNE McCAFFREY LEHNER, partner at Hamilton, Miller & Birthisel’s Tampa office, has been appointed vice-chair of The Florida Bar Committee on Continuing Legal Education for 2016-17.  Lehner presented “Florida Property Law Update” at the Windstorm Conference in Orlando in February and is a Martindale Hubble AV-rated attorney.

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CHRISTOPHER B. LUNNY, shareholder in Radey Law Firm, has been named to the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite” and the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers, both in the area of labor and employment law. TAD YATES, of the law offices of Tad A. Yates, P.A., has been reappointed to the board of The Florida Bar Foundation by The Florida Bar. The foundation aims to provide greater access to justice. Yates is past president of the Orange County Bar Association as well as the Legal Aid Society of the Or-

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JOHN ARRASTIA is now a litigation partner at the South Florida law firm Genovese Joblove & Battista.

NICHOLE M. MOONEY has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. Mooney works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, specializing in employment and labor law. DANIEL O’KEEFE has been reappointed to the South Florida Water Management District by Gov. Rick Scott for a four-year term. O’Keefe is an attorney with Shutts and Bowen LLP. His appointment is subject to state senate confirmation. JEWEL WHITE, attorney with the Pinellas County Attorney’s Office, has become president-elect of The Florida Bar Foundation. White has served as president of The Florida Bar Young Lawyer’s Division, president of the Clearwater Bar Association and director of the Clearwater Bar Foundation. She focuses her practice in elections law and is board certified in city, county and local government law. JENNIFER FOWLER-HERMES has been elected to The Florida Bar’s Labor and Employment Law Section’s executive council and as an officer of the Manatee County Bar Association. Fowler-Hermes recently became board-certified in labor and employment law.

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ROBERT H. GEBAIDE has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers and has been named a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” He works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in real estate law and leisure and hospitality law. NICOLE GOETZ has been named chair-elect of the family law section of The Florida Bar. She will also serve as chair of the section’s Long Range Plan Committee for 2016-17.

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Goetz specializes in marital and family law on both the trial and appellate levels at her own law firm in Naples. ANDREW KAMENSKY, partner with Hunton & Williams LLP, received The Florida Bar President’s 2016 Pro Bono Service Award for out-of-state lawyers. VIRGINIA NORTON, 4th Judicial Circuit Court judge in Florida, received her LL.M. in judicial studies from Duke University School of Law in May. Norton is the editor-in-chief of the summer edition of Judicature Magazine, produced by Duke’s law school. JAMES C. WASHBURN has been selected as a 2016 “Legal Elite” attorney by Florida Trend. Washburn works at ShuffieldLowman practicing in construction law, association law and commercial and civil litigation. MATTHEW J. AHEARN (LLMT) has been named to the annual list of top-ranked lawyers in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. Ahearn works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, specializing in estate planning and probate.

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MARY BETH CRAWFORD (LLMT, JD 97) has been named principal-in-charge of Cummings and Lockwood’s Bonita Springs office. She has been with the firm since 1998 and is in the firm’s private clients group, focusing on estate and tax planning and probate and trust administration. HARVEY OYER’S children’s book The Adventures of Charlie Pierce: The Barefoot Mailman won the gold medal for Florida Juvenile Fiction & Non-Fiction from the Florida Author’s & Publishers Association. This is Oyer’s fourth book in the Charlie Pierce series. Oyer is a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s West Palm Beach office. DAVID SEIFER, shareholder in Stearns Weaver Miller’s Miami office, has

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been appointed to the United Way of Miami-Dade board of directors where he will support United Way’s mission to improve education, financial stability and health through quality programs. Seifer raised more than $42 million during the last fiscal year toward this goal. Seifer is also a member of Stearns Weaver Miller’s board of directors. MELANIE SMITH, associate in ROIG Lawyers’s Orlando office, has been appointed co-chair of the Health and Wellness Committee for the Florida Association for Women Lawyers. The committee celebrates women’s health and sharing information on the topic.

PAUL GIORDANO, attorney in Roetzel and Andress LPA’s Fort Meyers office, will lead the firm’s business litigation practice group.

JOEL ROBERTS has been designated a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” He works for the Orlando law firm BakerHostetler, specializing in eminent domain, commercial litigation, construction litigation and government contracts law. JULIE SINGER BRADY has been recognized in the 2017 edition of Best Lawyers and as a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” She works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler, specializing in commercial litigation.

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RYAN E. DAVIS, attorney with Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, was named in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers for his work in bankruptcy. He has also been named in the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite” for the third year, a designation representing the highest 2 percent of Florida Bar attorneys.

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RAHUL P. RANADIVE (LLMT) has joined the Miami office of Carlton Fields where he will practice in the firm’s international and business transactions practice group.

KEVIN ECKHARDT has been named counsel in Hunton & Williams’ Los Angeles firm where he has practiced for more than 12 years. His practice focuses on distressed debt and claims trading, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights, receivership and commercial litigation. MELINDA S. GIFTOS, managing partner of Husch Blackwell’s Madison, Wisconsin, office, has been elected to the board of directors of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce. Giftos leads the firm’s technology law team and is a member of the firm’s intellectual property practice group. BRIAN HAAS, assistant chief prosecutor for the 10th Circuit State Attorney’s Office, has been elected state attorney for the 10th Judicial Circuit. Haas is the first new state attorney for the judicial district in 32 years and will take office in January 2017.

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MICHELLE L. NABERHAUS, of Dean Mead, P.A., has been appointed to the Brevard County Court by Gov. Rick Scott. She fills a vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Cathleen B. Clarke (JD 79). ELIZABETH RUSZCZYK has taken on the role at UF of executive associate vice

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president for privacy and compliance, serving as a campus-wide chief privacy officer. This will be in addition to her duties as vice president for compliance and privacy at UF Health. CHRISTOPHER VALLANDINGHAM participated in May in a Vibrant Response exercise, an annual exercise in which Army North responds to a simulated weapon of mass destruction attack on the United States in Camp Atterbury, Indiana. Vallandingham was the operational law attorney for Task Force 76, the command element of Army Reserve forces responding to the attack. BRAD GOULD, shareholder in Dean Mead, has been appointed vice-chair of the American Bar Association’s Tax Section S Corporations Committee for 2016-17. Gould moderated the S Corporation Current Developments program at the ABA’s Section of Taxation meeting in May. He practices in the areas of business succession planning and federal income, estate and gift tax law.

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ROBERT LANCASTER (LLMT, JD 00) has become board certified in wills, trusts and estates. Lancaster is a principal at Cummings & Lockwood’s private clients group in Naples. Lancaster focuses on wealth preservation, estate and business succession planning. JOWANNA NICOLE OATES, a chief attorney at the Florida Legislature Joint Administrative Procedures Committee, was elected as chair of The Florida Bar Administrative Law Section. Oates also serves as co-editor of the Administrative Law Section newsletter. DUANE L. PINNOCK, of Boyes, Farina & Matwiczyk, P.A., has been appointed chair of The Florida Bar’s Wills, Trusts & Estates Board Certification Committee for the 201617 term. Pinnock is a Florida Super Lawyers “Rising Star” in estate and trust litigation and a Florida Trend “Legal Elite Up and Comer.”

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G ATO R S O N WA L L ST R E ET. David Scileppi  (JD 02) and Gustav L. Schmidt (JD 10) participated in the Nasdaq opening bell ceremony on June 9 in New York City, in neys served as counsel to the company in connection with its initial public offering, which closed on June 8. Scileppi is first on the right and Schmidt is third from the right.

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WENDY CRAMER TOWNSEND has been named a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” She works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler as a bankruptcy litigator. DAVID V. WARD has been appointed to the 10th Judicial Circuit Court by Gov. Rick Scott. Ward has been an assistant state attorney for the 10th Judicial Circuit Court since 2001. NANCY CASON, partner of Syprett, Meshad, Resnick, Lieb, Dumbaugh, Jones, Krotec & Westheimer, P.A., in Sarasota, has been reappointed to the 12th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission by Gov. Rick Scott for a second three-year term ending July 1, 2019. The committee selects nominees to fill judicial vacancies created in the 12th Judicial Circuit. Cason previously served from 2011 to 2015. Cason has also been named a “Rising Star” in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers for the fifth consecutive year.

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CHRISTOPHER CODLING, attorney with Givens Givens Sparks, was a guest speaker at the George Edgecomb Bar Association 2016 Legal Rights Community workshop in May, where he spoke about personal injury law and the legal rights of victims and families in cases of wrongful death, negligence, medical malpractice and auto accidents.

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JOSE A. IZQUIERDO, of Izquierdo & Marin, has been appointed to the 17th Judicial Circuit Court by Gov. Rick Scott. STACEY PRINCE-TROUTMAN (LLMT, JD 01) senior counsel in Broad and Cassel’s Orlando office, has been recognized in the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite” for her legal expertise. She has also been accepted into Class II of the Florida Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. She handles estates, probate and trusts and transfer tax controversy matters. JEFFRY C. STEWART (LLMT) has joined Larsson & Scheuritzel P.C. as counsel. Stewart’s practice focuses on representing corporate real estate clients in purchases, sales, financings, development and leases of commercial real estate nationwide. KELLY ZARZYCKI ANDREWS has joined Moffitt Cancer Center as associate general counsel. Andrews previously served as partner at the Tampa business law firm Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP.

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MACK BERNARD (LLMT, JD 02) is the first Haitian-American elected to the Palm Beach County Commission. He previously served in the Florida House of Representatives on behalf of the South Florida District 84.

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NICOLE FRIED launched her own practice, Igniting Florida LLC, where she will focus on government consulting and lobbying. She has previously lobbied for the use of medical marijuana for those who are terminally ill and for Florida foster children to receive tuition exemptions for college and graduate education. BRADLEY HARPER became the first African-American in 22 years elected to a county judge post in Palm Beach County. During that time other African-Americans had been appointed, but not elected, to the position. DAVID HIRSCHBERG has opened his own law firm, David L. Hirschberg, P.A. in Boca Raton. The practice focuses on marital and family law. JESSICA MALCHOW has been recognized as a 2016 “Super Lawyer.” She works in the Orlando office of BakerHostetler specializing in real estate. CRISTINA PAPANIKOS, private wealth service attorney with Gunster, recently graduated from the 2015-16 class of the Florida Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. SEAN SHAW won the Florida State House District 61 seat, which represents the Tampa area.

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ELI STIERS has been selected as a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, one of the United States’ most prestigious associations of trial lawyers. Membership to the forum is exclusive to attorneys who have won multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. Stiers is a principal with the Miami law firm Stiers Law, P.A. CHRISTINE DERR, of Derr Law Firm, has been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyer’s “Top 50: Women” listing. Derr was also selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of Florida Trend’s “Legal Elite.” She is board certified in marital and family law and practices exclusively in this area.

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where she will assume the role of partner. Mickle has experience advising Sen. Bill Nelson in the Senate and serving as his general counsel as well as in private practice. RYAN M. MITCHELL has joined the Sonny’s BBQ Franchise Company in Winter Park as its senior director of marketing. He will be responsible for marketing, advertising and branding for all 114 southeast locations. NICOLE MOORE has been recognized by the Florida Supreme Court and The Florida Bar’s Young Lawyers Division for her pro bono work. Moore is board certified in adoption and limits her practice to adoption matters.

TRAVIS HAYES, partner of Lile & Hayes in Naples, presented “Estate Administration v. 2.0: Probating Digital Assets under the FFADAA” at the Collier County Bar Association’s annual Estate Planning Symposium, discussing an act that deals with the fiduciary’s legal authority to access digital assets. Hayes also presented on the Florida Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act at the Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys’ Legislative Update in Tampa. Hayes has been appointed vice chair of the Legislation Committee for the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar and co-chair of the bar’s Probate Rules Committee. TAYLOR C. KESSEL has been named senior vice president and also serves as general counsel and secretary of Xenia Hotels & Resorts, Inc., a publicly traded lodging real estate investment trust. Kessel manages the legal affairs of the company, including corporate governance, compliance with securities regulations, acquisitions and dispositions, loan transactions, litigation management and asset management support.

FRANCIS SUAREZ, practicing attorney and a city of Miami commissioner, has joined GrayRobinson’s Miami office. Suarez previously focused on corporate and real estate transactions with Alvarez & Barbara LLP. He serves as vice-chair of the Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization, where he approves federally required plans and transportation policies, and as president of the Miami-Dade County League of Cities. RACHAEL L. ZICHELLA, partner of Taylor English Duma LLP, has been appointed to the executive committee of the Georgia Appleseed Center for Law and Justice Young Professionals Council. She will manage the affairs of the YPC to increase justice in Georgia through law and policy reform, as well as educate pro bono attorneys on the laws and procedures involved in a Georgia school tribunal hearing. Zichella is a member of Taylor English’s litigation and dispute resolution and employment and labor relations practices.

STEPHANIE MICKLE has joined Caldwell Strategic Consulting, a bipartisan government affairs and public relations firm,

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CARA BARRICK has joined the San Francisco office of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C. in the role of counsel. She focuses her

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practice on representing businesses in employment law. JILL F. BECHTOLD, shareholder in Marks Gray, has joined the International Association of Defense Counsel based on nomination, peer review and board evaluation and following an invitation. Made up of 2,500 leading defense, trial and corporate attorneys, in-house counsel and insurance executives nationally, the IADC develops skills, professionalism and camaraderie in the practice of law. CHRISTOPHER L. CARMODY JR., shareholder in GrayRobinson’s Orlando office, was elected chair of the 9th Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission for the July 2016-17 term. The JNC is a nonpartisan commission of lawyers who locate, recruit, investigate and evaluate applicants for judicial office. Carmody has served on the 9th Circuit JNC since 2013. JOHN HEMENWAY, of Bivins & Hemenway in Valrico, Florida, has been selected as a “Rising Star” in the 2016 edition of Super Lawyers. ERIN HOUCK-TOLL (LLMT), stockholder in the business and tax division of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A., has been appointed to serve a three-year term on The Florida Bar’s Tax Certification Committee that oversees the process for approving applications of Florida lawyers seeking board certification in tax law. NICOLE LATHAM CAROLAN received the AV Preeminent rating, the highest rating available for attorneys from the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. Carolan is a shareholder in the law firm Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, P.A., where she focuses on real estate, land use and development, government and commercial real estate litigation. The rating indicates the highest standard of legal ability and confirms an attorney’s status as an ethical and highly

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ALUM’S SPY STORY A HIT. Larry Loftis’ (JD 85) new book, Into the Lion’s Mouth, is the story of Dusko Popov — the WWII double agent who inspired Ian Fleming’s James Bond. The story is moving forward as a television series in Hollywood.

respected member of the bar. It is the result of extensive confidential reviews conducted among Central Florida legal professionals. Carolan serves on the 2016 board of directors of the Central Florida Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women. JOSH CURRY has been named a partner at Dentons US LLP where he handles patent and intellectual property litigation. Curry was also selected as a 2016 “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers for his work in IP litigation. AMANDA HYLAND, of Taylor English, has been recognized on the Daily Report’s annual list of “On the Rise” attorneys in Georgia, distinguishing those under the age of 40 who have influenced their practice areas. She was one of 25 attorneys statewide who were recognized at a dinner in June. Hyland focuses her practice on intellectual property, media and First Amendment counseling and litigation for corporations and nonprofit organizations. SARAH KNIGHT, cofounder of Talem IP in 2015, celebrated the firm’s recent certification as a business owned, operated, managed and independently controlled by women. The firm was added to the Women’s Business Development Council of Florida and Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. ANDREW OROSZ has joined GrayRobinson as a shareholder in the firm’s Orlando office. Orosz has more than 10 years of experience as a transactional real estate attorney and focuses his practice on representing real estate investment companies as well as counseling Central Florida based developers,

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JONATHAN WALLACE has been named in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star.” Wallace also earned his board certification in real estate from The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education. Wallace works in the Orlando office of Dean Mead, specializing in real estate.

BENJAMIN ROBINSON, attorney in Broad and Cassel’s Orlando office, has been appointed to the discovery committee for Lawyers for Civil Justice, an organization that has advocated for amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and seeks to provide its members with an amplified voice in civil justice reform. Robinson is a member of Broad and Cassel’s commercial litigation and white collar defense and compliance practice groups. He focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, white-collar crime and antitrust investigations.

JENNIFER DAKU BURBY, a Tampa attorney and freelance writer, authored a satirical post on her lifestyle blog that was featured by the American Bar Association in their weekly highlights. Her blog, the Champagne Supernova, is routinely featured on the blog for the “Today Show” and Huffington Post.

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JORDAN DELOACH, of DeLoach, P.L. in Orlando, graduated from the inaugural class of the Florida Fellows Institute of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, following six full-day sessions of presentations on trust and estate law by ACTEC fellows.

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ROBERT E. LONG, general counsel for the Leon County Sheriff’s Office, has been appointed to the 2nd Judicial Circuit Court by Gov. Rick Scott. BRIAN M. MALEC (LLMT, JD 07) has been named a “Rising Star” in the 2016 edition of Florida Super Lawyers. Malec works in the

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RENEE NICOLE ALLEN has been appointed as the inaugural director of the Academic Success Program at the University of Tennessee College of Law.

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ANGELA A. MILES has become a shareholder in the Radey Law Firm in Tallahassee. Miles focuses on labor and employment law, administrative law and commercial litigation. TRAVIS MYDOCK has been appointed to the 7th Judicial Circuit Bar Grievance Committee and The Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors. Mydock is a DUI and criminal defense trial lawyer located in St. Augustine.

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focuses his practice on facilitating federal and state tax credit incentives.

firm’s public finance and capital projects practice group.

ANDREW LAYDEN has been appointed to the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida’s Local Rule Lawyers’ Advisory Committee. Layden will serve a three-year term. He is an associate at BakerHostetler’s Orlando office and focuses on bankruptcy and creditor rights.

C. ANDREW ROY, attorney at Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, was named a “Rising Star” in the 2016 edition of Super Lawyers for his work in bankruptcy.

MARIKO SHITAMA OUTMAN has rejoined Carlton Fields’s Tampa office as an associate where she will practice in the firm’s national appellate practice and trial support group, as well as the national trial practice group.

HOLLY A. RICE has joined the Naples law firm Ross, Lanier & Deifik, P.A. as an associate attorney. Rice focuses on family law and real estate litigation. She serves as chair of the Collier County Bar Association’s family law section. STACY RUBEL, a partner at North Miami’s Chepenik Trushin LLP, has been published twice in the summer 2016 issue of Action Line for her work “Estate Planners – Are You Planning for the Post-Death Fight?” and in the “Probate Case Summaries” section. She specializes in probate administration, probate litigation, trust administration, trust litigation, guardianship administration and guardianship litigation law.  A. DANIEL VAZQUEZ has been elected by his peers to the Florida Justice Association’s board of directors. Vazquez is the youngest member elected to the 2016-2018 board. Vazquez works as a civil trial attorney in the Gainesville law firm Fine, Farkash & Parlapiano. ERICA N. CORDOVA has joined Digital Insurance, the nation’s leading employee benefits agency, as its VP legal counsel where she will specialize primarily on employee benefits with a focus on health and welfare plans.

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WILLIAM G. SMITH (LLMT, JD 10), attorney with Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, P.A., in West Palm Beach graduated from the 2016 Class of Leadership West Palm Beach. The program allows participants to explore topics such as agriculture, health care and public safety, while developing their leadership styles. Smith has also been selected to be part of the Florida Fellow Institute. The program is part of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel and aimed at developing the profession’s future leaders through educational presentations. RYAN TODD has joined Broad & Cassel’s Fort Lauderdale office as an associate in the commercial litigation practice group. JOHNATHAN L. MANN has joined the Wellington office of KLX Inc. as corporate counsel, where he will advise on mergers and acquisitions and other general corporate matters. Previously he worked as an associate in the Miami office of White & Case LLP and at ExamWorks, Inc. as assistant general counsel.

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ADRIANA PARIS has joined Checkers Drive-In Restaurants, Inc. as an in-house counsel where she manages all of the company’s litigation. She previously worked as an associate at Shook, Hardy & Bacon LLP in Tampa, practicing civil litigation.

JAMES O. LANG (LLMT) has joined Greenberg Traurig, LLP, as a shareholder in its Tampa office. Lang is a corporate and tax attorney and

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ANDREA MORGAN has joined Broad and Cassel as an associate in its Orlando office and as a member of the

SUZANNE ELDRIDGE WARD (LLMT) has joined the Tampa office of the Trenam law firm in their private client services group. Ward practices in estate planning and trust administration. Prior to Trenam, Ward worked at Macfarlane, Ferguson & McMullen. VALEEN ARENA has been named to Tampa Connection’s 2017 class, a year-long program exposing business professionals to community service and leadership development opportunities. Arena is an associate attorney at the Tampa office of GrayRobinson. She practices in the areas of construction, government and litigation. She is a member of the Tampa Gator Club.

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HEIDI M. BOON has joined Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman, P.A., practicing litigation in its Orlando office. NICHOLAS B. VARGO (LLMT, JD 14) has joined ShuffieldLowman’s Orlando office where he will focus on corporate and tax law, mergers and acquisitions and securities. NATHALIE N. VERGOULIAS has joined Lydecker Diaz as an associate in its Miami office. JOSEPH A. STUSEK (LLMT), has joined the Naples office of Cummings & Lockwood, LLC, where he practices in the areas of estate and tax planning, business succession planning and wills, trusts and probates.

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Also during this past year, Bill Schifino (JD 85), yet another of our distinguished graduates, who is also a member of the Law Center Association’s board of trustees, ascended to the pinnacle of our profession and became president of The Florida Bar. Bill’s election as leader of our profession in Florida follows a long tradition of leadership by graduates of our law school, such as past Florida Bar Presidents Scott Hawkins (vice chair of

FROM THE LAW CENTER ASSOCIATION This has been a banner year for our law school. Two barriers were broken this past year. Dean Laura A. Rosenbury completed her first year as the law school’s first full-time female dean, and, in the same year, I became the first Cuban-American chair of the board of trustees of the University of Florida Law Center Association. During her first year at the University of Florida, Dean Rosenbury has raised the bar on all criteria for excellence: from admissions, fundraising, scholarship and programming to enhancing the overall student experience.

the UF LCA), Mayanne Downs (JD 87), Eugene K. Pettis (JD 85), Gwynne A. Young (JD 74), and past ABA Presidents Martha Barnett (JD 73) and Stephen N. Zack (JD 71). Kathryn Kimball (JD 12) has made University of Florida Levin College of Law history as the first alum to be named to a United States Supreme Court clerkship. She will clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas during the 2018 term. The college plans to build on this year’s momentum for an even better 2017. The Gator tradition of leadership continues, and I am sure we will be reporting on our alumni’s great achievements next year. We also look to continue to increase the fundraising momentum in the FY17 fundraising year, both in total dollars and overall participation. Thank you for the gifts you’ve already made, or plan to make, by June 30, 2017.

In fact, college of law fundraising for FY16 was up by every metric. Combined commitments of cash gifts, new pledges and bequests exceeded the previous three fiscal years combined by nearly $1.1 million. And, unrestricted giving to the college’s Annual Fund surpassed $1 million for the first time.

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Oscar A. Sanchez (JD 82) Chair, Law Center Association

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FROM THE LAW ALUMNI COUNCIL

The Law Alumni Council remains committed to

This was a year of progress for the University of Florida

supporting the dean’s objectives. The newly estab-

Levin College of Law under the leadership of Dean

lished admissions, career development and alum-

Laura A. Rosenbury and the law school administra-

ni engagement LAC committees

tion. In her first year, Dean Rosenbury established

worked closely with the ad-

clear goals to elevate admissions criteria, career

ministration throughout the

placement opportunities, and alumni engagement.

year to create new and ex-

Thanks to the ongoing dedication and leadership of

citing ways for alumni to

our alumni, the law school continues to attract the

assist in facilitating Dean

best and brightest students from Florida and from

Rosenbury’s goals for the law

across the country. Your support is vital to ensuring

school, which include contin-

that UF Law students have the finest educational

uing to elevate its position in the

opportunities, and to providing a smooth transition

national rankings.

to the legal profession after graduation.

Your gifts to the Annual Fund continue to impact

Thank you for your generous contributions –

the college’s rankings, assist in student recruitment,

both financially and personally – to the college of

and help fund valuable programs and services for stu-

law. This year, the law school raised $1,097,464 for its

dents and alumni. With the support of our outstand-

Annual Fund, which surpassed our previous record of

ing alumni, the University of Florida College of Law

$887,000 by a wide margin. Your generosity helped

continues to be one of the top public law schools in

the college recruit a highly credentialed class and

the country.

the most diverse in admissions history. Your com-

It was an honor to serve as the president of the

mitment to helping the students find employment

Law Alumni Council during this particularly exciting

upon graduation is appreciated and recognized, as

year. Thank you again for your support, and Go Gators!

UF is ranked 12th in the nation for job placement for students going on to full-time, law-related jobs or graduate study. Your generosity has given UF Law

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students the opportunity to learn from prominent,

Rebecca Leigh Brock (JD 98)

nationally recognized faculty.

President, Law Alumni Council

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FINANCIAL REPORT

ENDOWMENT INCOME

FISCAL YEAR 2016

T H E U F F O U N DAT I O N I N V E ST M E N T CO M PA NY ( U F I CO ) carefully invests this fund to yield a dependable, stable source of income in perpetuity. Approximately 4 percent of earned interest from the market value of the fund was transferred and spent for uses specified by donors and college administrators for annual operating and administrative costs (earned interest above 4 percent is returned to the fund balance).

T O TA L C A S H R E C E I V E D

NEW PLEDGES

5,500,000 5,000,000 4,500,000

6,000,000

4,000,000 3,500,000

5,000,000

3,000,000

$5,291,011

2013

2014

2015

2016

0 FISCAL YEAR

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2012

$4,997,672

$1,788,113

0

1,000,000

$1,592,662

$2,831,570

2012

500,000

2,000,000

$499,351

$1,864,202

1,000,000

$1,975,077

1,500,000

$1,731,655

3,000,000

2,000,000

$3,987,787

4,000,000

2,500,000

2013 2014 2015 FISCAL YEAR

2016

2012-2016: Represents all gifts from all sources (including realized

2012-2016: Includes new documented

bequests) to UF Law. State matching money has been excluded.

expectancies and new gifts for each fiscal year.

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3%

2%

1%

4% FY Fund Balance Interest Transferred 2007 $81,594,986 $2,512,741 2008 $83,571,816 $2,929,866 2009 $66,753,395 $2,746,444 2010 $72,624,762 $2,319,036 2011 $82,987,733 $2,434,991 2012 $81,852,018 $2,865,006 2013 $86,501,927 $2,902,053 2014 $97,125,469 $3,074,224 2015 $99,389,312 $3,010,141 2016 $95,661,371 $3,225,161

10% 32%

21% 27%

Chairs & Professorships 32%

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Unrestricted 27% Scholarships 21% Academic Program Support 10%

1,200,000

Co-Curricular Student 4% Activities

1,000,000

Endowed Lecture Series 3%

$1,097,464

$887,225

$825,845

$834,053

600,000

$834,053 $848,389

Other Student Support 2% 800,000

400,000

Other 1%

GRAND TOTAL:

$95,661,371

200,000 0

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

FISCAL YEAR

2012-2016: Contributions received to non-endowed, non-building funds.

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UF LAW ENDOWED FUNDS ENDOWED FUNDS provides a permanent foundation for the college and provides ongoing support for important programs and activities. The donors recognized on these and the following pages made a cash gift in the 2015-2016 fiscal year.

CHAIRS & PROFESSORSHIPS

Chesterfield Smith Eminent Scholar Chair Anonymous David H. Levin Chair in Family Law Lisa Levin Davidson Charitable Trust Dennis A. Calfee Eminent Scholar Chair in Federal Taxation Harris H. Barnes III & Sandra S. Barnes Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee Paul D. Fitzpatrick & Mary Jo Buckingham Anonymous Peter M. MacNamara & M. Therese Vento Everett R. Moreland & Maria L. Keltner Rogers, Dempsey & Paladino P.A. John J. Scroggin & Lynn Geiger-Scroggin Patricia A. & Charles H. Willing, Jr. James J. Freeland Eminent Scholar Chair in Federal Taxation Harry S. Colburn, Jr. Richard B. Stephens Eminent Scholar Chair in Federal Taxation Harry S. Colburn, Jr. Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Paul W. & Georgia R. Danahy Jane B. Nelson Stephen A. Lind Eminent Scholar Chair in Federal Taxation Bruce R. & Bridget Abernethy Timothy L. & Christine L. Austin Anonymous Roger L. & Linda M. Blackburn John C. & Leslie Bovay David E. & Mollie M. Bowers J. Martin Burke Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee W. Michael & Linda D. Clifford Gary J. & Carol L. Cohen Harry S. Colburn, Jr. Elisabeth Dick Nathaniel L. & Debra L. Doliner Jane Dunlap-Callahan

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Harry M. Eisenberg Andrew J. & Melinda W. Fawbush Anonymous Gassman Law Associates, P.A. Peter J. & Gina A. Genz James W. Goodwin II & Natalie A. Goodwin Gutter Chaves Josepher Rubin Forman Fleisher Miller P.A. Allan L. Herzog Gary W. & Mary E. Huston Hyman & Ida Kirsner Family Foundation James E. Davis Family Charities Richard A. Josepher Mary Kay Kane Marvin A. & Rhona L. Kirsner Donald S. & Marilynn Kohla Daniel J. & Beverly Lathrope Gary B. & Joeanne E. Leuchtman Jack A. & Eileen G. Levine William V. & Shirley F. Linne Joseph W. & Lucille A. Little Louis Nostro & Janet Miller-Nostro James B. & Jingli C. O’Neal A. Brian Phillips Charles D. & Jodi Lynn L. Rubin The San Francisco Foundation John J. Scroggin & Lynn Geiger-Scroggin Hans G. Tanzler III & Deborah H. Tanzler United Jewish Foundation of Metro Detroit Christopher & Elizabeth S. Von Gal Guy E. Whitesman & Ilene M. Safron-Whitesman E. Ellis & Donna C. Zahra

SCHOLARSHIPS

Baldwin, Little, Sun and Wu Sunshine Scholarship in Law Jane Jie Sun & John J. Wu Bill McBride Public Interest Practice Fellowship T. Martin Fiorentino, Jr. James S. Groh Dominic C. MacKenzie Tracy A. Nichols & Gerald K. Sanchez A. Summey Orr III Robert L. Rhodes, Jr. Larry E. & Cathy M. Sellers Central Florida Women’s Leadership Scholars Mayanne A. Downs Karen L. Persis & John P. Sheehan Chester Ferguson Scholarship Howell L. & Margaret S. Ferguson E. Thom Rumberger Everglades Fellowship Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, P.A.

Johnson S. “Buddy” and Mary Savary Scholarship in Law Mary Beth Savary Taylor & Robert P. Taylor, Jr. Judge Ben Krentzman Scholarship Elizabeth R. Krentzman Judge Wm. Terrell Hodges Tuition Scholarship Charles A. & Rebecca L. Carlson C. Lee Essrig Ross M. & Marci L. Goodman Daniel C. & Sheena T. Irick The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust Law School General Scholarship Fund Anonymous Michael A. & Jacqueline E. Hersh Karen Meyer Buesing & Robert H. Buesing Stephen J. & Barbara G. Powell Edward J. & Theresa A. Richardson Rodney W. & DeeDee C. Smith Daniel Y. Sumner Gail I. Winson Lewis “Lukie” Ansbacher Memorial Scholarship Barbara & Phil Emmer Family Foundation Philip I. & Barbara L. Emmer Jordan & Shirley Ansbacher Family Foundation LTC James T. Armstrong Memorial Law School Veterans Michael & Jane M. Ferguson Michael D. and Mary P. Minton Scholarship in Law Michael D. & Mary P. Minton Michael L. Seigel Criminal Justice Fellowship Fund Joshua S. Altshuler Mary Jane Angelo & R. Reed Pedlow III Dawn Royle Nelson Bobo Michael G. Bohnenberger Alyson C. Flournoy & John C. Schaible Berta E. Hernandez Jerold H. & Tanya Israel Michelle S. Jacobs Bob & Lisa Jerry Jeffrey P. & Jamie Bayer Krischer Robert J. & Jennifer Luck Charlene D. & Trevor S. Luke Jon L. & Beth B. Mills Jason P. & Julie A. Nance Karen W. Reisman Leonard L. Riskin & Catherine J. Damme Scott Rosenberg & Darilyn Moyer Howard & Bernice Seigel

D. Daniel & Hannah W. Sokol Morris Weinberg, Jr. & Rosemary E. Armstrong Anonymous Wentong Zheng Professor Michael Gordon Scholarship in Comparative Law Jorge F. Ramirez Robert E. “Jeff” McNeill Scholarship JP Morgan Chase Robert H. and Lisa Nowak Jerry Scholarship Fund DuBose & Sallie M. Ausley Scott C. Ilgenfritz & Margaret D. Mathews George R. & Karen K. Moraitis Scott G. and Lisa V. Hawkins Character and Leadership Scott G. & Lisa A. Hawkins Tampa Bay Women’s Leadership Scholarship Betsy Ellwanger Gallagher Kimbel L. Merlin William F. Merlin, Jr. T. Clay Phillips & Andrea E. Zelman Gwynne A. Young Terrye Coggin Proctor Memorial Scholarship Kim O’Connor

OTHER ENDOWED GIFTS

Campbell Thornal Moot Court Brian A. & Veronica T. Roof Claire M. Germain Legal Research Instruction Fund Claire M. Germain & Stuart M. Basefsky Eugene Pettis Family BLSA Academic Support Endowment Eugene K. & Sheila L. Pettis Florida Constitutional Law Endowment in Memory of Justice Ben F. Overton by Judge Karen Miller Karen Miller Florida Moot Court Endowment Scott A. & Meghann Hoskinson Bowman Robert W. & Marina Davis Bradley J. Ellis Ryan L. & Jhanna C. Gilbert Anonymous Matthew E. Moats Elizabeth S. Paulk-Reilly & William L. Reilly Janice M. & Dale J. Rickert Bradley M. & Denise H. Saxton Kevin R. Stone

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Florida Water Law Endowment Waldman Trigoboff Hildebrandt Marx & Calnan, P.A. Gene K. Glasser and Elaine Glasser Fund Evan S. & Hilary W. Glasser Gene K. & Elaine A. Glasser Sandra & Leon G. Gulden Private Foundation Russell H. & Karen H. Kasper William E. Rosenberg Foundation United Jewish Community of Broward County Gerald T. Bennett Prosecutor/Public Defender Training Program The Florida Bar The Florida Bar Foundation Graduate Tax Assistantship Fund Anonymous James D. and Suzanne W. Camp Fund James D. and Suzanne W. Camp James J. Freeland Graduate Tax Fund Ronald L. & Barbara B. Rowland Jim and Sharon Theriac Florida Opportunity Scholarship in Law Bob & Lisa Jerry Mark S. & Kathleen B. Peters Law Review Endowment Justin S. Alex John Antoon II & Nancy C. Antoon John C. & Tracy F. Bales David Leon Bilsker R. Mason & Amelia S. Blake Anonymous Robert J. & Alice H. Boylston Robert J. Braxton John T. & Marilyn A. Brennan Aubrey A. Burris Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee Stephen Carr Karen M. Chastain Matthew T. Christ Kelli N. Church Martha L. Cochran William T. Cochran Frank Comparetto III Matthew J. & Debbie M. Conigliaro Anne C. Conway Jerry B. & Anne O. Crockett Roy B. Dalton, Jr. Robert W. & Marina Davis Lauren Y. Detzel Benjamin F. & Christina I. Diamond Lawrence J. Dougherty Charles T. Douglas, Jr. Dunwody, White & Landon, P.A.

Guy S. & Annette L. Emerich Kerry I. & Elizabeth K. Evander William A. & Carol D. Evans Christina L. & Harris J. Faubel Ronald L. & Marcia C. Fick Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Allison Fischman Sally H. Foote & Forrest S. Crawford Nathan A. & Laura B. Frazier Jonathan E. Freidin Alan M. & Elizabeth D. Gerlach John M. & Andrea X. Gillies Daniel J. Glassman Bryan S. & Barbara Gowdy Lindsay S. Griffin Dennis C. Gucciardo Caycee D. Hampton Brock A. Hankins K. Patrick & Jody Hart Kevin J. & Erica T. Healey Andres C. Healy Hill & Ponton, P.A. Brian D. Hill & Carol J. Ponton Matthew D. & Sara K. Hill Sara A. Hoffman Harold D. Holder III Mark L. & Susan J. Horwitz Daniel C. & Sheena T. Irick Jeffrey A. Jacobs Jessica & Todd R. Johnson Cassidy E. & Matthew D. Jones Jennifer Erin Jones John H. Jones Matthew R. Jones Anonymous Kimberly Keravuori Kathryn A. Kimball David T. & Carla C. Knight Brian H. & Jill Koch Maj. Antony B. & Alisa L. Kolenc Russell & Shannon Koonin Alissa A. Kranz Philip R. & Kathryn K. Lammens Rutledge R. & Noel D. Liles Robert B. Lingle Donna C. Litman Joseph W. & Lucille A. Little Martha A. Lott Robert J. & Jennifer Luck David R. & Nicole K. Maass Deborah K. & Steve Madden Jonathan L. Mann Frank M. Mari Maureen M. & Gerald G. Matheson Kathleen M. Maurer Stephen A. & Molly L. McCullers McKee/Crawford R2 Charitable Foundation Kristen M. McKinney Michael A. McMillan MotivAction Darrell W. & Deborah J. Payne

Jon M. & Lesley Rudolph Philipson Michael G. Polatsek Sharon H. & Gary R. Proctor Paul S. Quinn, Jr. Harley E. Riedel II & Posey C. Riedel Dwayne A. Robinson Louis K. & Denise D. Rosenbloum Selden R. Ross Paul S. Rothstein & Suzy Colvin Christopher M. & Sharon C. Sacco Sonja W. Sahlsten Edward O. & Rebecca B. Savitz Schwab Charitable Fund Darren Schweiger Shara K. Scottland Larry E. & Cathy M. Sellers Patrick W. Spook Benjamin J. & Stacey B. Steinberg Kevin R. Stone Rebecca M. Stork Samantha D. E. Tucker George A. & Shaun Vaka Alexander L. Van Heyde Timothy W. & Roslyn B. Volpe E. John Wagner II & Rosetta F. Barrett-Wagner David K. Warren Christopher C. & Lisa P. Weeg Charles T. & Linda F. Wells Amy M. Wessel Charlotte W. & Sean T. Williams Monica L. Wilson Michael A. & Betty M. Wolf Gwynne A. Young LL.M. Tax Law Programs Endowment Fund Scott A. & Meghann Hoskinson Bowman Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee John J. & Lynn M. Collins The Deaver Phoenix Foundation Anonymous Ellen B. Gelberg Christina V. Lockwood Michael R. & Laura L. Nelson Stein/Gelberg Foundation Joseph R. Worst William P. & Jeannie C. Zox Mandell Glicksberg/Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano John T. & Marilyn A. Brennan Marshall M. Criser Distinguished Lecture Series Lewis M. Schott The Lewis Schott Foundation Peter T. Fay Jurist-In-Residence Program Dean C. Colson Peter T. & Pat Fay

Richard H. Simons Charitable Trust Book Award in Taxation of Robert M. & Judith S. R. Kramer Robert B. Cole Health Law Endowment Richard P. Cole Warren M. Cason Florida Opportunity Scholarship in Law Anonymous Michael L. & Yvette M. Chapman Dino A. Doyle Bradford D. Kimbro Michael P. Maguire Michael M. & Kristen B. Mills Patrick W. & Joanne M. Skelton

MAKING A GIFT F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N on making an endowed or estate gift, please contact the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs at 352-273-0640 or development@law.ufl.edu. The Annual Report includes the names of all donors to the UF Levin College of Law from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016. If your name is not included and you think it should be, one of the following may be the reason it is not: • The gift was made before July 1, 2015 or after June 30, 2016. • You made a pledge instead of a gift. Only actual pledge payments made between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 are listed. • A personal gift was made through your firm or another organization. In this case, look for your firm or the organization’s name in the Honor Roll. • We made a mistake. Despite our best efforts, errors and omissions occur. If so, please accept our apologies and notify the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs at 352-273-0640 or development@law.ufl.edu.

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DISTINGUISHED DONORS DISTINGUISHED DONORS are individuals, businesses and organizations contributing at the following levels: Founders Society, Dean’s Council, 1909 Society, Trusler Society, Enrichment Society and Loyalty Society.

FOUNDERS SOCIETY - PLATINUM

AT&T Marshall M. & Paula P. Criser John H. & Mary Lou D. Dasburg Lisa Levin Davidson Charitable Trust The Florida Bar Ellen Bellet Gelberg Scott G. & Lisa A. Hawkins Fredric G. Levin Teri Levin Martin Z. Margulies National Center for Automated Information Research Jane B. Nelson J. Quinton Rumph Lewis M. Schott The Lewis Schott Foundation Anonymous W. Kelly Smith Stein/Gelberg Foundation Jane Jie Sun & John J. Wu Stephen N. Zack

FOUNDERS SOCIETY - GOLD

Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund Robert S. & Mildred M. Baynard Trust John C. & Tifi Bierley E. G. (Dan) Boone David E. & Mollie M. Bowers Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. James D. Camp, Jr. Carl S. Swisher Foundation Carlton Fields Jorden Burt Jack G. Clarke Luther W. & Blanche Coggin Coker, Schnickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo & Iracki Richard P. Cole Daniel J. Collin Community Foundation of Tampa Bay Dean, Mead, Egerton, Bloodworth, Capouano & Bozarth Edward & Julie B. Downey The Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation Jessie Ball duPont Fund Everglades Foundation Chancellor Ray Ferrero, Jr.

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The Florida Bar Foundation Anonymous Betsy Ellwanger Gallagher W. C. Gentry Peter J. & Gina A. Genz Gene K. & Elaine A. Glasser GrayRobinson, P.A. William V. & Eva G. Gruman Andrew C. Hall & Gail S. Meyers Inez A. Heath Justin Hillenbrand Wayne & Patricia R. Hogan Edith E. Holiday & Terrance B. Adamson Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation Holland & Knight Paul B. & Constance D. Hunter Charitable Foundation Casey Johnson & Debra L. Donner Justice Story Book Exchange Robert G. Kerrigan The Kresge Foundation Richard Lee & Barbara L. Kuersteiner Lane, Trohn, Bertrand & Vreeland, P.A. Levin & Papantonio Family Foundation Stephen A. Lind Lawrence A. Lokken & Mae M. Clark Lake H. Lytal, Jr. John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation MacFarlane, Ferguson & McMullen, P.A. Margaret MacLennan Michael C. & Diane Maher McLin Burnsed John M. McNatt, Jr. Robert G. & Joelen K. Merkel Mershon, Sawyer, Johnston, Dunwody & Cole Michael D. & Mary P. Minton Montgomery Family Charitable Trust Gene Moore III John B. & Ultima D. Morgan Motley Rice LLC James H. Nance Brian M. & Joan B. O’Connell Whit & Diane F. Palmer Lindy L. Paull Anonymous F. Wallace & Christine R. Pope Allen L. Poucher, Jr. & Dianne L. Larson Betty K. Poucher Stephen Presser & Diane Archer Lynn B. Reeves Justus W. & Phyllis C. Reid Stephen H. Reynolds & Elizabeth Poucher Reynolds Anonymous Mike M. & Linda L. Rollyson William E. Rosenberg Foundation Gerald A. & Ingrid M. Rosenthal Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, P.A. Saliwanchik, Lloyd & Eisenschenk

T. Terrell Sessums, Sr. Richard H. Simons Charitable Trust Steel, Hector & Davis LLP Larry S. & Pat K. Stewart Sidney A. & Annette Stubbs Anonymous Hans G. Tanzler III & Deborah H. Tanzler The W. C. Gentry Family Foundation James S. Theriac III & Sharon L. Theriac Robert L. & Doris M. Trohn United Way of Miami-Dade University of Florida Upchurch Watson White & Max Mediation Group Philip E. & Valerie B. Von Burg Jeffrey W. & Susan P. Warren Michael A. & Betty M. Wolf Samuel J. & Evelyn Wood Foundation Yegelwel Family Foundation Evan J. & Arlene S. Yegelwel C. Steven Yerrid Zimmerman, Kiser & Sutcliffe, P.A.

FOUNDERS SOCIETY - SILVER

C. Wayne & Kethryn Alford Allen, Norton & Blue DuBose & Sallie M. Ausley David S. & Myrna L. Band Barnett, Bolt, Kirkwood, Long & McBride Anonymous Bedell, Dittmar, Devault, Pillans & Coxe Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod LLP Anonymous Bill Bone Broad and Cassel Bush Ross, P.A. Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee Anonymous Walter G. & Lynn A. Campbell Martha L. Cochran Howard C. Coker Community Foundation of Central Florida Hugh F. & Eliza Culverhouse Anonymous Meredyth Anne Dasburg Foundation The Deaver Phoenix Foundation Dunwody, White & Landon, P.A. Elizabeth Ordway Dunn Foundation Philip I. & Barbara L. Emmer Ladd H. & Renee M. Fassett Feldman Gale, P.A. Jeffrey D. & Susan Feldman Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fisher & Phillips LLP Florida Tax Education Foundation The Florida Bar Tax Section Fonvielle, Lewis, Foote & Messer Sally H. Foote & Forrest S. Crawford

James A. & Stacy S. Gale Robert E. Glennon, Jr. Joyce K. Glicksberg K. Lawrence & Maureen G. Gragg Sandra & Leon G. Gulden Private Foundation Lee D. & Tracy R. Gunn Anonymous Stumpy Harris James A. Hauser Frederick A. Hazouri & Barbara J. Pariente Hill, Ward & Henderson, P.A. Paul C. Huck Icard, Merrill, Cullis, Timm, Furen & Ginsburg, P.A. Elizabeth A. Jenkins & Charles E. Hudson Kenneth R. Johnson & Kimberly Leach Johnson Richard A. Johnston, Jr. Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, P.A. Paul T. Jones II & Sonia Jones Anonymous Kerrigan, Estess, Rankin & McLeod LLP Edward C. & Patricia G. Kitchen Edward F. & Louise P. Koren Robert M. & Judith S. R. Kramer Anonymous Daniel J. & Beverly Lathrope Paul R. Linder & A. Michelle Jernigan Kevin A. & Jeannette M. Malone Anonymous Merkel Family Karen Miller Morgan & Morgan, P.A. Jon C. & Jean M. Moyle Mark A. & Debra G. Nouss Eugene K. & Sheila L. Pettis A. Brian Phillips Kitty & Philip B. Phillips James G. & Katie S. Pressly Mark J. Proctor Jorge F. Ramirez Richman Greer, P.A. Richard M. & Gail M. Robinson Raymond W. & Catherine S. Royce Oscar A. Sanchez & Lida R. Rodriguez-Taseff Jake & Carol B. Schickel Clifford A. Schulman Buddy & Mary Lou Schulz Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart & Shipley, P.A. Ernest A. & Norma M. Sellers Larry E. & Cathy M. Sellers Shutts & Bowen LLP Benedict A. Silverman & Jayne E. Bentzen Adelaide A. Sink Michael W. Smith & Jodi L. Scheurenbrand

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Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson, P.A. Richard B. & Mary E. Stephens Terrell Hogan Ellis Yegelwel, P.A. John Thatcher Samuel C. & Barbara A. Ullman United States Sugar George A. & Shaun Vaka A. Ward & Ruth S. Wagner Charles T. & Linda F. Wells Scott L. & Lynda J. Whitaker White & Case LLP Jill Carolyn White J. J. Wicker II & Susan L. Wicker Winderweedle Haines Ward & Woodman, P.A. Susan S. Winn

BARRISTERS

Mary Lyn Barley Richard B. & Marilyn T. Comiter Andrew J. & Melinda W. Fawbush James W. Goodwin II & Natalie A. Goodwin Gunster John H. Haswell Iain P. C. Moffat Louis Nostro & Janet Miller-Nostro Anonymous John Paul Stevens Fellowship Foundation Douglas A. & Patricia J. Wright

PARTNERS

Michael A. & Honi V. Abbott Bruce R. & Bridget Abernethy J. Carter & Dana D. Andersen Timothy G. & Carole W. Anderson Timothy G. Anderson, Jr. Daniel H. & Joanne F. Aronson Jerald David & Susan R. August Mark O. Bagnall & Maria I. Urbina-Bagnall S. C. Battaglia Family Foundation Michael A. & Rachelle D. Bedke Stacy D. Blank Scott G. Blews & Shelly Sharp-Blews Jeffery A. & Shirley L. Boone Rebecca L. Brock & Jonathan T. Krone Brian D. Burgoon Mark & Andrea H. Citrin Alan B. & Lauren K. Cohn John J. & Lynn M. Collins Comiter Singer Baseman & Braun LLP Terrence T. & Jeanne E. Dariotis Heath K. Dedmond de la Parte & Gilbert, P.A. Lauren Y. Detzel Benjamin F. & Christina I. Diamond Mark P. & Beverly J. Dikeman

DLA Piper LLP Robert S. Egerman Ronald L. & Marcia C. Fick Florida Law Group Claire M. Germain & Stuart M. Basefsky John N. & Ruth T. Giordano Lee T. & Gisela M. Griffin Gunn Law Group, P.A. Jack O. Hackett II & Mary O. Hackett Harper Meyer Perez Hagen O’Connor Albert & Dribin LLP Bruce M. & Medea D. Harris Anonymous Hicks, Porter, Ebenfeld & Stein, P.A. Mark & Ann Hicks Hill & Ponton, P.A. Brian D. Hill & Carol J. Ponton Matthew D. & Sara K. Hill D. Bruce & Trish A. Hoffman John L. Holcomb Hopping, Green & Sams, P.A. Scott C. Ilgenfritz & Margaret D. Mathews Janice L. Innis-Thompson Mary Kay Kane Kimberly K. Kazimour Stacy L. & David M. Kenyon Bradford D. Kimbro Theodore S. & Jennifer L. D. Kypreos Alan H. Landman Ian R. & Robin L. Leavengood Liles, Gavin & George, P.A. Warren W. Lindsey & Eileen C. Forrester Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed R. Neal Manners Brian J. & Georgia McDonough Kimbel L. Merlin William F. Merlin, Jr. Julie C. Miller Milton, Leach, Whitman, D’Andrea & Eslinger, P.A. Murphy & Walker, P.L. Wil Murphy Pajcic & Pajcic, P.A. Hugh W. & Cynthia E. Perry T. Clay Phillips & Andrea E. Zelman Pamela O. & Charles T. Price James L. & Ann M. Purcell John M. & Jennifer G. Rawicz Gerald F. & Gwen Richman Jesse W. & Margo S. Rigby Robert A. Rush Laura A. Rosenbury Randolph J. & Sue S. Rush Gerald D. & Joanne W. Schackow William J. & Paola F. Schifino Roger D. & Carol F. Schwenke

David M. & Rachel K. Seifer Hap & Joy M. Shashy Louis & Bessie Stein Foundation Stichter, Riedel, Blain & Postler, P.A. Deborah B. & J. Cameron Story III Mark T. & Jeanne T. Tate Donald R. & Suann L. Tescher Laura J. & Clarence L. Thacker Thomas & LoCicero PL Robert H. & Ashley H. Thornburg Bill A. Turner Glenn Jerrold & Sheryl Waldman Casey Walker K. Taylor White Gwynne A. Young

ASSOCIATES

Sidney F. Ansbacher Anonymous Ayco Charitable Foundation L. J. Barnett & Hope Cohen-Barnett R. Vinson & Carlene A. Barrett Bentley & Bruning, P.A. Morgan R. & Elizabeth B. Bentley David P. & Dana A. Berg Roger L. & Linda M. Blackburn John C. & Leslie Bovay Carlson Family Foundation Michael L. & Yvette M. Chapman W. Michael & Linda D. Clifford Gary J. & Carol L. Cohen Anne C. Conway R. Scott & Monica O. Costantino Cary Baxter & Kelly F. Davis Tad & Jeri Davis Philip A. & Phyllis S. DeLaney Nathaniel L. & Debra L. Doliner Mayanne A. Downs Harry M. Eisenberg James C. & Mary K. Fleming Foley & Lardner John L. Forney Gary D. & Robin C. Fox Patrick E. & Dena Geraghty Ross M. & Marci L. Goodman Gutter Chaves Josepher Rubin Forman Fleisher Miller P.A. Brett T. & Rhonda K. Hendee Kevin E. Hyde E. Marie Hyman Bradley R. & Gail H. Johnson Jordan & Shirley Ansbacher Family Foundation Richard A. Josepher Nicole C. Kibert Peter T. & Karla D. Kirkwood Mark W. Klingensmith & Wendy H. Werb Dominic C. MacKenzie

Denise M. Martinez-Scanziani & Paul J. Scanziani Todd D. Mayo McKee/Crawford R2 Charitable Foundation Frederick J. & Karen F. Mills Edward M. & Rima Y. Mullins Richard C. Pfenniger, Jr. & Gemma M. Rosello Phelps Dunbar LLP J. Stephen & Marybeth Pullum James C. & Gloria M. Rinaman Juan J. Rodriguez & Marvie Ann Garcia-Rodriguez John T. & Leah A. Rogerson Taylor K. & Manjiri S. Rose John J. Scroggin & Lynn Geiger-Scroggin Kevin S. & Amy D. Sobel James B. Sowell The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust Joseph H. Varner Waldman Trigoboff Hildebrandt Marx & Calnan, P.A. Guy E. Whitesman & Ilene M. Safron-Whitesman Charlotte W. & Sean T. Williams E. Ellis & Donna C. Zahra

TRUSLER SOCIETY

Ronald P. & Kay W. Anselmo Robert W. & Donna S. Anthony Raymond R. & Jodene C. Arckey Richard C. & Robin G. Ausness Timothy L. & Christine L. Austin John C. & Tracy F. Bales Barbara & Phil Emmer Family Foundation BARBRI James B. & Caroline V. Barnes Anonymous Steven M. Berman & Jill M. Gunn David Leon Bilsker R. Mason & Amelia S. Blake M. Robert & Julia H. Blanchard Salvatore & Lauren H. Bochicchio Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP Brent F. Bradley Norman Broad & Carol Salomon Dennis M. & Deborah D. Campbell Maria C. Carantzas J. Thomas Cardwell & Kathy Amick-Cardwell Allan P. & Martha F. Clark Bradley L. Cohn Dean C. Colson Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Matthew J. & Debbie M. Conigliaro Susan E. Cook & Drew S. Fine Sarah Cortvriend Patrick S. & Kaydene Roberts Cousins Barry R. & Paula M. Davidson

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Elisabeth Dick Sally A. Dorn Fentrice D. Driskell Kenneth C. & Mary B. Ellis William P. & Mary B. Ewing Peter T. & Pat Fay Howell L. & Margaret S. Ferguson Michael & Jane M. Ferguson William H. & Janis W. Ferguson Paul D. Fitzpatrick & Mary Jo Buckingham Florida Fellows Institute LLC Alyson C. Flournoy & John C. Schaible Joseph & C. Anne Garcia Stephen D. Gardner & Mary F. Voce George & Irina Schaeffer Foundation Jonathan D. & Tracy L. Gerber Stephen B. & Clara Z. Gillman Glassman & Zissimopulos PLLC Orlando R. Gonzalez Erin M. Gray Alan G. Greer & Patricia Seitz Stephen H. & Fay F. Grimes Gregory S. & Gina M. Hagopian Daniel B. & Kathy E. Harrell Phyllis P. & Raymond T. Harris Allan L. Herzog David L. & Sarah E. Holbrook Steve C. & Maxine S. Horowitz E. L. Roy Hunt Gary W. & Mary E. Huston Wilton B. & Amanda B. Hyman The Jelks Family Foundation Allen N. Jelks, Jr. Bob & Lisa Jerry Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, Inc. JP Morgan Chase Anonymous Randy Meg Kammer & Jeffry R. Wollitz Kaplan Kimberly Keravuori Carolyn M. & Jesse B. Kershner Jay & Kyungmee Kim Donald S. & Marilynn Kohla Elizabeth R. Krentzman Bruce D. & Elizabeth C. Landrum K. Judith Lane Laurel Homes John E. Leighton & Amy B. Carmel Gary B. & Joeanne E. Leuchtman Joseph W. & Lucille A. Little Christina V. Lockwood Donna L. Longhouse Marian M. Jackson Charitable Foundation Arnold P. May & Allison K. Myers Robert W. Mead, Jr. Joseph C. Mellichamp III & Barbara J. Staros Charles S. & Carol J. Modell Leroy H. Moe James S. & Kelli O. Moody John A. & Barbara A. Moran Everett R. Moreland & Maria L. Keltner James E. & Marianne M. Moye Noel H. & Marianne H. Nation Tracy A. Nichols & Gerald K. Sanchez A. Summey Orr III Eduardo Palmer Rahul & Swati R. Patel Darrell W. & Deborah J. Payne Paulo R. Pereira de Souza

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Mark S. & Kathleen B. Peters Matthew N. & Suzanne S. Posgay David F. Pressly Kathleen Price Harley E. Riedel II & Posey C. Riedel Peter G. & DeeEllen B. Robinson Rogers, Dempsey & Paladino P.A. George W. & Brenda H. Rohe Richard C. Rollins R. Z. Safley The San Francisco Foundation Mary Beth Savary Taylor & Robert P. Taylor, Jr. Ronald Y. & Leslie E. Schram Schwab Charitable Fund John A. Shipley III & Kari A. Shipley M. Stephen Smith III & Maureen T. Smith Rodney W. & DeeDee C. Smith Smith, Gambrell & Russell LLP Deborah A. Snow D. Daniel & Hannah W. Sokol Janet R. Studley & Robert P. Trout Benjamin A. & Jennifer J. Swift The Radey Law Firm Thomas H. & Sandra H. Thurlow Wesley D. & Lara J. Tibbals John Kendrick & Deborah L. Tucker United Jewish Foundation of Metro Detroit United Way of North Central Florida David R. & Christie J. Vetter David H. Vickrey & Gary R. Ensana Sylvia H. & Daniel R. Walbolt David K. Warren Lawrence M. & Lynne Watson Wayne County, Indiana Foundation Robert G. Whittel Ramsey & Christine C. Wilson Marc A. & Jennifer S. Wites Anonymous Leighton D. & Phyllis H. Yates

ENRICHMENT SOCIETY

Barry A. Abbott Jessica A. Abel Jack G. Abid Robert G. & Catherine C. Abood Luis A. & Sallie B. Abreu Jolyon D. & Christine M. Acosta Louie N. Adcock, Jr. Marci & Moshe Adler AIDS Healthcare Foundation David J. & Jerrie L. Akins Bayardo E. & Rayda Aleman Justin S. Alex Ben & Katie V. Alexander Larry B. & Susan M. Alexander W. George & Enid Allen Cristina Alonso Harvey M. & Judith W. Alper Ian M. & Lauren M. Alperstein Joshua S. Altshuler Amanda K. Anderson Bruce R. & Donna K. Anderson Mary Jane Angelo & R. Reed Pedlow III John Antoon II & Nancy C. Antoon Carlos F. Arazoza Valeen M. Arena Trevor B. Arnold Jeffrey A. & Jill S. Aronsky Louis C. Arslanian Brian P. Arthur Kevin A. & Prudence L. M. Ashley Scott E. & Janet D. Atwood Jordan D. August Adam E. Babington Richard S. & Heidi D. Bach Jeffrey S. & Charlotte A. Badgley Christopher D. & Frances M. Baehman Gary G. & Alexis A. Bagdasarian

Alton D. & Kelly S. Bain Fred R. Baisden, Jr. Beau A. Baker Peter Baker Anderson L. & Anne M. Baldy Haywood M. & Anne T. Ball Michael R. & Marice C. Band The Bank of America Charitable Foundation David & Patricia D. Barksdale Harris H. Barnes III & Sandra S. Barnes Stanley & Catherine L. Barnes Dwayne W. Barrett & Miriam L. Bliss J. Victor & Candace A. Barrios Douglas D. & Julia B. Batchelor George Z. Bateh Douglas A. & Lisa L. Bates Anonymous James M. Bauer Murray B. Baxter Joseph W. & Geremy G. Beasley Brian M. Beason Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. Frank M. & Ashley Bedell Joan F. & Dennis J. Beer Marjorie Bekaert-Thomas & Bryan M. Thomas Rebecca Belanger-Walkins Matthew T. & Monica L. Belisle Caryn L. Bellus Carlton F. & Sue Bennett John C. & Katherine J. Beroset Elizabeth C. Berretta Jarrett D. & Lisa P. Bingemann Cecile Blakeslee-Hartigan & Anthony F. Hartigan Robert G. & Marlene C. Blalock Elizabeth F. & George E. Blanco Jonathan M. Blocker Darryl M. & Mary Bloodworth Robert C. & Susan N. Blue Michael G. Bohnenberger Brian K. & Amy N. Bokor Alexandra Bongard-Stremler & Alexander M. Stremler Sherrie R. Bowen Scott A. & Meghann Hoskinson Bowman Andrei A. & Amanda J. Boyarshinov William A. & Laura M. Boyles Robert J. & Alice H. Boylston Stephen J. & Sharon J. Bozarth Jacqueline Bozzuto & Christopher Fountas James Bracher Chad M. Brandt Anoush A. Brangaccio Robert J. Braxton Davis A. Brennen & Kimberly T. Brennan Scott E. & Katharina G. Brient Thomas P. & Kate L. Briggmann Anonymous W. Bard & Kathryn W. Brockman Theotis & Jeanelle G. Bronson Nicholas A. Brown Roger C. Brown Thomas R. & Margaret M. Brown William C. Brown John M. Brumbaugh Virginia M. Buchanan & Samuel A. Budnyk Charles A. Buford T. Robert Bulloch J. Martin Burke Julianna K. & Roy D. Burke Faye A. Burner & Wendy R. Myers Aubrey A. Burris Nestor & Marilyn G. Bustamante David J. Butcher & Phyllis J. Towzey Michael C. & Kristin K. Caborn Charles J. Cacciabeve David K. & Donna J. Cahoone

Anonymous David E. Cannella Elizabeth M. Cannon Charles A. & Rebecca L. Carlson John D. Carnahan Michael P. & Jennifer N. Carolan Stephen Carr Elizabeth A. Carrie Allan L. Casey William J. Castagna William S. & Madonna G. Chambers James R. Chandler III Loraine E. Chapin Jon C. & Claire G. Chassen Karen M. Chastain Rick R. & Misty Taylor Chaves Hua Chen Anonymous Robert A. Chitty Matthew T. Christ Thomas B. R. Christenson II & Tracy Christenson Kelli N. Church Chuy’s Opco Marc A. & Inez Cianca Kurt M. Ciell Deborah M. & John A. Clancy, Jr. Lisa J. & William F. Clasen Walter G. Clayton III Shawn M. Cline Cobb Family Foundation, Inc. Kolleen P. Cobb Robert B. Cochonour William T. Cochran Jay P. Cohen & Christine K. Bilodeau Harry S. Colburn, Jr. Jonathan S. Coleman Sarah Z. Collins Charles E. & Victoria C. Commander Frank Comparetto III Kraig A. & Heather L. Conn John T. & Jessica C. Conner Jay Conway Anne T. & Robert A. Cooney Charles L. & Greta Cooper Stephen L. & Debra M. Cordell Preston E. Cowie Derrick E. & Stacey D. Cox Frederick C. Craig, Jr. Evans Crary, Jr. Mark J. & Heather B. Criser Charles R. Crispell Jerry B. & Anne O. Crockett Hollie A. & Chad A. Croft Mary C. Crotty & Daniel S. Livingstone Paul M. & Jolie M. Cummings Gerald B. & Lane F. Curington J. Edward & Janice S. Curren William L. & Dorothy H. Curry Mark H. & Kimberly C. Dahlmeier Roy B. Dalton, Jr. Kevin M. & Carol A. Daly Willem A. & Carmody G. Daman Ricky R. & Deborah K. Damerville Paul W. & Georgia R. Danahy Alys N. & Steven L. Daniels Robert P. Daniti & Betty Jo Blalock Bobbi J. & Kenneth D. Davis Clay H. Davis & Ann Stuebe-Davis Clay S. & Anita G. Davis Jason Davis Robert W. & Marina Davis Robin K. & Jeffrey D. Davis Ryan E. Davis Jeanne Dawes-Crenshaw George L. & Sally K. Dawson George R. & Lane D. Dekle Neil A. DeLeon Kevin E. & Barbara L. Dembinski V. Robert Denham, Jr. James P. Denvir III & Lee R. Wallace Anonymous Patrick Dervishi

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Elizabeth Frock-Runyon & Scott P. Runyon George D. & Judith A. Gabel Jason R. & Fadia T. Gabriel Jeffrey A. & Pamela C. Gadboys Charles M. Gadd, Jr. Paul R. & Ann Z. Game Ross B. Gampel & Judith Lipschultz-Gampel Brenda L. Gardner Gassman Law Associates, P.A. Alan S. & Marcia Gassman Robert T. & Eve B. Geis Michael J. Gelfand & Mary C. Arpe Alan M. & Elizabeth D. Gerlach Robert C. Gibbons Leonard H. & Jean B. Gilbert Ryan L. & Jhanna C. Gilbert Paige H. Gillman Barry Gilway Michael D. & Cindy Ginsberg Jaime R. & Gregory T. Girgenti Evan S. & Hilary W. Glasser Daniel J. Glassman Garry M. Glickman Mitchell W. & Katie K. Goldberg Harvey L. Goldstein Mark E. & Stacey Goldstein Richard T. Goldstein Marcelo R. Gomez Anne N. Gonzalez Anonymous Robert F. & Karen Goodrich Brent A. Gordon Cheryl L. & Scott E. Gordon Jonathan C. & Mary A. Gordon Jonathan C. & Mary S. Gordon Robert E. & Leesa Gordon Michael L. & Tracy L. Gore Bryan S. & Barbara Gowdy Matthew L. & Laura F. Grabinski J. C. & Saundra H. Gray Donna M. & David F. Griffin Lindsay S. Griffin Courtney K. & L. Scott Grimm James S. Groh Claramargaret H. Groover & James E. McCabe Bradley C. & Candace Grossenburg Dennis C. Gucciardo Frank B. Gummey III & Susan G. Gummey Thomas H. & Leslie Gunderson William J. Gundlach Kimberly J. Gustafson & Bryon Minton Alexander Hadjilogiou Melody A. Hadley Troy B. & Jo Ellen Hafner Jonathan K. Hagan, Jr. John E. & Shirley W. Hale James T. Haley Haliczer, Pettis & Schwamm, P.A. Adam S. & Abigail Hall Eric J. & Kathryn L. Hall Wallace H. & Tracy L. Hall Willie Earl & Teresa T. Hall John F. & Nancy P. Halula Wayne A. & Olga F. Hamilton William F. & Cynthia L. Hamilton Caycee D. Hampton Brock A. Hankins Linda C. Hankins Robert L. & Laura C. Harding Christy F. & Martha C. Harris Robert M. Harris & Paola Parra-Harris Zane A. & Shannon B. Harris William T. Harrison, Jr. K. Patrick & Jody Hart Adam P. Hartley Andrea S. & Keith Hartley Stephen J. Hawes IV Cynthia A. Hawkins Jonathan L. & Teresa G. Hay Hugh D. & Nancy R. Hayes

Michael P. Haymans James R. Hayne Maureen M. & James E. Hazen, Jr. Kenneth P. Hazouri William J. & Sara E. Hazzard Andres C. Healy Paul J. Healy Lauren C. Heatwole Jeanette K. Helfrich George A. Helm III & Jennifer D. Helm William L. & Etta M. Hendry Anonymous Berta E. Hernandez Charles B. & D. Kathleen Hernicz Michael A. & Jacqueline E. Hersh Jeremy P. & Amy E. Hertz Matthew L. Hicks Richard H. & Jane G. Hiers Clifford C. Higby David E. & Anita Hightower Jeffrey A. & Lennie S. Hirsch Lawsikia J. Hodges Andrew L. Hoffman Craig P. & Joyce E. Hoffman Jarrett R. & Amanda H. Hoffman Jerome W. & Dawn Hoffman Sara A. Hoffman Lacey D. & Erik R. Hofmeyer Harold D. Holder III Maurice D. & Odetta M. Holloway James C. Hoover Bill & Angela A. Hoppe Edwin F. Hornbrook Mark L. & Susan J. Horwitz Glenn R. Hosken Louis F. Hubener III & Nancy B. Hubener Norman L. & Miriam B. Hull John M. Hunt Scott E. & Susan J. Hunt Phillip H. & Renee G. Hutchinson Hyman & Ida Kirsner Family Foundation Carl D. & Martha S. Inskeep Institute for Mindfulness Studies Daniel C. & Sheena T. Irick A. McArthur & Jan T. Irvin Adriane M. Isenberg Jerold H. & Tanya Israel Nancy H. Jackson & Dino Anastasiades Bruce R. & Ann W. Jacob Gregory A. & Robin S. Jacobs Jeffrey A. Jacobs Kenneth B. & Allison B. Jacobs Michelle S. Jacobs Kevin E. & Martha A. Jakab Jay T. Jambeck & Mandy G. Leigh James E. Davis Family Charities Grant C. & Rosemarie P. Jaquith Jewish Council of North Central Florida Kevin M. & Susan E. Jinks Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns, LLP Bill Johnson Clarence T. & Shirley T. Johnson Huntley Johnson, Jr. & Melissa C. Miller Eric D. & Angela Johnston James F. & Mary Beth K. Johnston Cassidy E. & Matthew D. Jones Frederick W. & Patricia P. H. Jones Jennifer Erin Jones John H. Jones Matthew R. Jones Peter C. Jones Rachael L. Jones Terrill F. Jordan William S. & Mary Lee Josey JPMorgan Chase Foundation Suzanne M. & Robert A. Judas John P. & Heather S. Junod David L. & Maida S. Kahn

DONOR LEVELS F O U N D E R S S O C I ET Y PLATINUM Cumulative giving and five-year pledges of $500,000 and up GOLD Cumulative giving and five-year pledges of $100,000 to $499,999 SILVER Cumulative giving and five-year pledges of $50,000 to $99,999

D E A N ’ S CO U N C I L BARRISTER Annual Gifts and five-year pledges of $25,000 to $49,999 PARTNER Annual Gifts and five-year pledges of $10,000 to $24,999 ASSOCIATE Annual Gifts and five-year pledges of $5,000 to $9,999

19 0 9 S O C I ET Y Annual Gifts of $2,000 and up See description on page 41.

T R US L E R S O C I ET Y Annual Gifts of $1,000 to $4,999

E N R I C H M E N T S O C I ET Y Annual Gifts of $100 to $999

LOYA LT Y S O C I ET Y Annual gifts of up to $99 Loyalty Society members are recognized in the online version of the Annual Report.

Please report any corrections to the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs at development@ law.ufl.edu or (352) 273-0640.

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Cathy A. & Grayson C. Kamm Murray & Fredda Kanetsky Lewis M. & Marcia J. Kanner Neisen O. & Ana R. Kasdin Caroline E. & Michael E. Kasper Russell H. & Karen H. Kasper Michael L. & Valerie Katz Ilan G. & Stephanie M. Kaufer Sheila G. Keiner Kathryn H. Kellam Lloyd J. Kellam III & Kathy H. Kellam Christopher Kelly Frank W. Kenniasty Michael G. & Lucy W. Kerman David M. Kerner David H. Kessler Mark S. & Laurette S. Kessler Kathryn A. Kimball Robert A. & Emilie H. Kimbrough Gregory T. King Kimberly L. & Lyla B. King Carole T. & Daniel R. Kirkwood Karen R. & John A. Kirsch Marvin A. & Rhona L. Kirsner Gerald R. & Sarah S. Kleedehn David T. & Carla C. Knight Brian H. & Jill Koch Judd P. & Jennifer Koenig Eric S. Kolar Russell & Shannon Koonin Michael J. & Pamela V. Korn Nathan W. Kotas Phyllis D. Kotey Jeffrey D. & Cyndie I. Kottkamp Andrew D. Kramer Alissa A. Kranz Frederick L. & Mary G. Kretschmer Jeffrey P. & Jamie Bayer Krischer Janine N. Kucaba David K. Kuklewicz & Veronique Janin-Trudeau Larry H. & Linda M. Kunin Alex J. & Robyn J. Kurkin Althea M. Lachicotte Richmond T. Lacy Ronald C. & Ley Ann LaFace Philip R. & Kathryn K. Lammens C. Joy Lampley-Fortson & Reginald Fortson Deborah Lancia Ruiz & Mark E. Ruiz Frank A. & Gillian Landgraff Joseph H. & Annette M. Lang Suzanne D. Lanier & Ed Murphy Anonymous Roger A. & Melinda K. Larson Roy H. & Elizabeth M. Lasris John E. Lawlor III & Joan C. Lawlor Steven D. & Pamela S. Lear Ryan E. & Allan C. Leblanc Julie C. & Eric J. Ledermann Thomas W. Ledman & Dana L. Ford-Ledman Laurel M. Lee James L. Leet & Patricia McCarty-Leet Steven D. & Jenifer S. Lehner Trenton T. Leigh Carri L. & Mark T. Leininger Francisco J. Leon De La Barra Ross Thomas & Silvana Lessack Shepard P. & Lissie C. Lesser

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Joshua R. Levenson & Kara M. Cavuoto Michael A. Levey & Linda Gorens-Levey Susan M. & Jeffrey Y. Levin Jack A. & Eileen G. Levine Russell D. Levitt & Sherry Li Mark F. & Rochelle N. Lewis William B. Lewis Karl M. Liebman Rutledge R. & Noel D. Liles Robert B. Lingle William V. & Shirley F. Linne William J. Liss Donna C. Litman Michael G. & Analisa Little Michael E. & Melodie P. Lockamy Anonymous Sheryl Loesch Caren L. & Michael J. Loguercio Brenda L. London James J. & Marsha K. Long Lamont C. & Leslie E. Loo Stephen R. & Paige B. Looney Bernardo Lopez & Janice L. Bergmann Fermin Lopez Martha A. Lott Wm. Bruce & Molly O. Louden Elliott H. & Leanore Lucas Robert J. & Jennifer Luck Matthew I. Lufrano Charlene D. & Trevor S. Luke Justin M. & Victoria S. Luna Michael W. Luongo John A. & Susan E. Lurvey Donald A. & Linda S. Lykkebak David R. & Nicole K. Maass Alexander C. & Cynthia Z. MacKinnon Peter M. MacNamara & M. Therese Vento Anonymous Deborah K. & Steve Madden Michael P. Maguire Robert C. & Jill R. Maland Alfred J. Malefatto & Moria Rozenson John D. Malkowski Henry E. & Marilyn M. Mallue Dennis E. & Leslie T. Manelli Ralph P. & Bonnie J. Mangione R. Layton Mank & Mary-Stuart Mank Jonathan L. Mann Grace N. & Robert J. Manne Frank M. Mari Giannina Marin & Lawrence E. Pecan Andrew J. & Wendy A. Markus Patrick F. & Sheryl R. Maroney Ernest J. & Amy C. Marquart Elizabeth C. & Thomas K. Marshall John T. Marshall Wendy S. & Fred S. Martin, Jr. Antonio & Brenda Martinez Jessica C. & W. Scott Mason Morris C. Massey Matthew B. Mathers Maureen M. & Gerald G. Matheson Joe E. Mathews, Jr. Joseph W. & Melinda M. Mathews Kathleen M. Maurer Jon C. Mazzoli & Maureen I. Donnelly-Mazzoli Helen W. McAfee William A. McBride Kevin M. McCarty Justin W. McConnell Patrick F. McCormack Stephen A. & Molly L. McCullers McDermott, Will & Emery

G. Carson McEachern III & Laurinda F. McEachern William D. McFarlane, Jr. Mark S. & Mercedes McGowan Robins P. & Helen L. McIntosh John D. & Candace McKey Kristen M. McKinney Matthew P. & Laura A. McLauchlin Michael A. McMillan G. B. McVay Voght & Julia H. Voght Greg D. Medalie Keith G. & Laura Medleau Donna W. & James R. Melton Manuel & Linda S. Menendez David E. & Amanda S. Menet Karen Meyer Buesing & Robert H. Buesing Irvin A. & JoAnn M. Meyers Steven M. Meyers Robert O. Middleton Mike’s Auto Body Robert L. & Penne W. Miller Roger H. Miller III & Kaley L. Miller Steven E. & Kimberly F. Miller Jon L. & Beth B. Mills Michael M. & Kristen B. Mills Taso M. Milonas Charles P. & Deborah A. Mitchell Matthew E. Moats Justin R. Moore & Holly R. Miller Alexandra M. Mora George R. & Karen K. Moraitis Ivan A. Morales & Andrea Brant Alice C. Morris Robert T. Mounts & Eunsook Park Mrachek, Fitzgerald, Rose, Konopka, Thomas & Weiss Fred W. & Julie E. Mundie Niels P. & Lynne O. Murphy Corneal B. & Dixie T. Myers John L. & Lori S. Myrick NAACP Gator Chapter Jason P. & Julie A. Nance Kimberly A. Narbona Jonathan H. & Leigh M. Nason National Christian Foundation Tampa Bay Jeffrey A. Neiman James A. & Elizabeth M. Nelson Michael R. & Laura L. Nelson David P. & Susan S. Newman Vanessa & Paul V. Newtson James P. & Leslie C. Nilon M. Scott & Kimberly S. Noble Michael C. & Angela Norvell Frank C. Oberhausen, Jr. Kathryn W. & Devin M. Oberto Brendan B. O’Brien Timothy M. & Heather R. O’Brien Dennis R. & Jillian S. O’Connor Lisa S. Odom & Kenneth A. Tomchin Lisa J. Olearczyk Keith M. Olivia Eric T. & Julie A. Olsen Drew P. O’Malley & Marissa C. Fernandez James B. & Jingli C. O’Neal Michael L. & Barbara A. O’Neill Rachel M. & Michael A. Ortiz Lara Osofsky Leader & Michael D. Leader Gail M. & David E. Otero Neil M. & Janet R. O’Toole Charles F. Otto & Deborah Marrero-Otto Frederick D. & Lisa M. Page William A. Parady & Salome J. Zikakis Adriana M. Paris Ava L. Parker & Joseph Gibbons Dale L. Parker & Andrea V. Carvill E. Clay Parker Rhett C. & Anita Parker

Heather B. & Edwin W. Parkinson III Marshall R. Pasternack Ben Patterson Darin Patton Elizabeth S. Paulk-Reilly & William L. Reilly Kathleen M. & Darwin R. Paustian Frank A. & Joanne C. Pavese Christopher A. Pavilonis Yong Peng & Mark H. Malooly Ray W. Pennebaker Steven A. & Susan K. Pepper Jorge J. Perez Karen L. Persis & John P. Sheehan Jon M. & Lesley Rudolph Philipson Megan A. Picataggio Robert J. & Julie W. Pile Jason A. Pill & Flavia M. Bravo Charles P. Pillans III & Judith H. Pillans Charles Pillitteri Duane L. Pinnock & Ashley D. Foster-Pinnock S. Jay Plager Michael G. Polatsek James C. & Becki E. Polkinghorn Anonymous James A. Poolman Nicholas A. & Patricia S. Pope Robert V. Potter & Beth Zeller-Potter Kristopher A. Powell Becky A. Powhatan-Kelley & Mark Kelley Andrew T. & Mardi L. Pozzuto Gregory A. & Cecelia B. Presnell James G. Pressly III & P. Kristy Pressly Colleen A. & Raymond C. Preston, Jr. Mary Anne Price Stacey A. Prince-Troutman Sharon H. & Gary R. Proctor Proskauer Rose LLP Barbara A. & Eric C. Puestow Michael A. & Maria L. L. Pyle James P. & Jill A. Quarles Paul S. Quinn, Jr. Anitra F. Raiford John H. Rains IV James K. & Lisa L. Ramsey Jonathan D. Ramsey Rahul P. Ranadive & Sujata R. Tipnis Charles M. Rand David L. & Freda G. Rankin Rachel P. Ray & Ronald Brunner D. Lawrence & Joan E. Rayburn Austin F. & Mary L. Reed Charles A. & Catherine L. Reinhardt William E. & Catherine G. Reischmann William C. Rencher Laura B. Renstrom Lillian J. Reyes-Joyce & Robert Joyce Kimberly Bonder & Paul W. Rezanka Robert L. Rhodes, Jr. Barbara L. Richard Darryl R. & Kristen P. Richards Edward J. & Theresa A. Richardson Karen R. & David Richman Janice M. & Dale J. Rickert Janet L. Ridgway Robert H. Rigsby, Jr. Ryland T. & Sharon G. Rigsby Michael Riley & Caroline Armstrong-Riley Nancy J. Riley Karina M. Rios Leonard L. Riskin & Catherine J. Damme

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Glenn M. & Michelle C. Rissman Peter A. & Kimberly B. Rivellini Joshua H. & Cori W. Roberts Tance E. & Michael Z. Roberts Carolyn C. Robinson Dwayne A. Robinson Scott L. Rogers & Pamela J. England-Rogers William H. & Carmen E. Rogner Cecil D. & Jacquatte L. Rolle David S. Romanik Brian A. & Veronica T. Roof Miguel A. Rosada, Jr. John F. Roscow III & Sandra L. Roscow Kelly B. & David A. Rose Howard M. Rosenblatt & Eve D. Ackerman Louis K. & Denise D. Rosenbloum Judith L. & Kenneth P. Rosenthal Brenton J. Ross Selden R. Ross Paul S. Rothstein & Suzy Colvin Ronald L. & Barbara B. Rowland Alan L. & Suzanne D. Rubens Charles D. & Jodi Lynn L. Rubin Rudmose & Noller Advisors LLC Sharon E. Rush Patricia V. Russo Joy M. Ryan Kerry A. Ryan & Noaman W. Siddiqi Nancy J. Ryan & James A. Crocker, Jr. Jeffrey A. & Kayla B. Rynor Ronnie A. & Whitney Sabb Christopher M. & Sharon C. Sacco Sonja W. Sahlsten Richard G. & Elizabeth A. Salazar Kelly K. Samek David M. Sams Robert C. & Elizabeth B. Sanchez Russell T. Sanders Charles T. & Linda Sands John A. & Laigen L. Sanet Richard J. & Pamela B. Sarafan Ricardo Sarmiento Brian J. & Alison B. Sasadu Anonymous Edward O. & Rebecca B. Savitz Harry M. & Nancy E. Sawyer Bradley M. & Denise H. Saxton F. Patricia Scarborough Lynn M. Schackow & Corky Livers Harold G. & Shelley S. Schenker David A. Schmudde Charles J. Schreiber, Jr. Lorinda M. & Wayne A. Schreier Julie M. Schwartz Jeremiah W. Schwarz Darren Schweiger Jon P. Scuderi James H. & Diann E. Seals Jeffrey D. & Karen L. Segal Jan K. & Susan C. Seiden Howard & Bernice Seigel Susan M. Seigle Jeremy M. & Christine R. Sensenig Stephen W. & Diana J. Sessums SGC Law Group LLC Shannin Law Firm, P.A. Jennifer N. Shepard James W. & Kathleen R. Sherby Alexa Sherr Hartley & Charles J. Hartley III Richard N. & Elizabeth G. Sherrill Laura F. & David T. Sherry Robert L. & Jane Shinn Michael W. Shiver, Jr. Edward & Helen D. Siegel Ronald L. Siegel Leanne M. Siegfried & Timothy F. Grzywa Sidney S. Simmons II & Ruthie Simmons

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Laurie W. & Amos M. Valentine, Jr. David G. & Sheila A. Valentino Derrick M. & Susana E. Valkenburg Alexander L. Van Heyde Rene G. VanDeVoorde Ivanela R. Vasileva Onelia A. Vera Verizon Good Government Club Timothy W. & Roslyn B. Volpe Christopher & Elizabeth S. Von Gal Christina N. Wachs Richard G. & Laurie B. Wack Murray M. & Susan C. Wadsworth E. John Wagner II & Rosetta F. Barrett-Wagner Gary E. Wagner, Sr. Jonathan D. & Stacey W. Wald Robert D. Walker, Jr. Max N. Wallace & Diana Parrish Richard I. & Harriet P. Wallsh James E. & Kristen M. Walson Carolyn R. & Austin R. Ward Johanna D. & Jason J. Wares Jennifer L. Warfel-Bushnell & Brant Bushnell Marc L. & Susan S. Warren Edward A. Waters David P. & Debbie M. Webb Joshua C. & Andrea R. Webb Christopher C. & Lisa P. Weeg Gerard F. & Joann T. Wehle Morris Weinberg, Jr. & Rosemary E. Armstrong Neal & Dana D. Weinberg Jeffrey S. & Bethanne L. Weiss S. Grier Wells Amy M. Wessel F. Scott & Tia N. Westheimer Bill & Judy White Charles N. & Deborah J. White Wade D. & Betty R. White William Carter White James B. & Sharon K. Wiley Toma Wilkerson Dirk A. & Kristine Williams Erin D. & Perry J. Williams J. Maxwell Williams III & Carol Warnock-Williams Monica J. Williams Robert F. & Alaine S. Williams Sarah R. & Daniel C. Williams Warren E. & Marilyn B. Williams Patricia A. & Charles H. Willing, Jr. Russell H. Willis Monica L. Wilson Thomas G. Wilson III C. Douglas Wingate Gail I. Winson Michael A. & Elizabeth G. Wodrich Mark J. & Myra S. Wolfson Richard S. & Ronnie Wolfson Edward E. Wollman Mitchel E. & Candice G. Woodlief James H. Woodroffe III & Pat W. Woodroffe Joseph R. Worst Art & Mary E. Wroble Kathleen L. & Brian Wubker T. Xenick & Maria Lemonis Heather E. Yearwood Bruce I. & Betsy F. Yegelwel Dan C. Young Laura M. & Robert E. Young Robert L. & Mary H. Young Xuesong A. Yu Richard M. Zabak & Elizabeth Bergen-Zabak Reggie Zachariah Susan M. & Joseph Zahniser Wentong Zheng Anton H. & Janet Zidansek Nikitas G. & Jessica R. Zissimopulos William P. & Jeannie C. Zox

1909 SOCIETY

T H E 1909 S O C I ET Y commemorates the founding year of the University of Florida Levin College of Law, while recognizing alumni and friends who sustain and advance the college with gifts to the annual fund in the amount of $2,000 and up during a single fiscal year. Support at this level improves the quality and innovation of programs for students, student organizations, teaching and research, academic programs and services, and outreach efforts. Gifts to the annual fund include those designated to non-endowed, non-building funds. All current member of the 1909 Society are designated in this report by an asterisk (*). Charles W. Abbott Michael A. & Honi V. Abbott Daniel H. & Joanne F. Aronson Anonymous Bill Bone Jeffery A. & Shirley L. Boone David E. & Mollie M. Bowers Rebecca L. Brock & Jonathan T. Krone Brian D. Burgoon Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee Susan E. Cook & Drew S. Fine Benjamin F. & Christina I. Diamond Fentrice D. Driskell William H. & Janis W. Ferguson Lee T. & Gisela M. Griffin Stephen H. & Fay F. Grimes Jack O. Hackett II & Mary O. Hackett Scott G. & Lisa A. Hawkins D. Bruce & Trish A. Hoffman E. L. Roy Hunt Elizabeth A. Jenkins & Charles E. Hudson Kenneth R. Johnson & Kimberly Leach Johnson Theodore S. & Jennifer L. D. Kypreos Warren W. Lindsey & Eileen C. Forrester Joseph W. & Lucille A. Little Arnold P. May & Allison K. Myers Robert W. Mead, Jr. Joseph C. Mellichamp III & Barbara J. Staros Julie C. Miller Michael D. & Mary P. Minton Noel H. & Marianne H. Nation A. Brian Phillips F. Wallace & Christine R. Pope Kathleen Price Gerald F. & Gwen Richman Richard C. Rollins Randolph J. & Sue S. Rush Gerald D. & Joanne W. Schackow William J. & Paola F. Schifino Ernest A. & Norma M. Sellers Mark T. & Jeanne T. Tate Donald R. & Suann L. Tescher Robert L. & Doris M. Trohn John Kendrick & Deborah L. Tucker David H. Vickrey & Gary R. Ensana Jeffrey W. & Susan P. Warren Gwynne A. Young Please report any corrections to the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs at development@ law.ufl.edu or (352) 273-0640.

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J.D. ALUMNI BY CLASS Alumni from many graduating classes made financial commitments to help the college grow stronger and expand programs and services, thereby permitting the college to strive toward its full potential.

’46 Class Total: $250,000 No. in Class: 9 Participation: 11% Founders Society - Platinum Lewis M. Schott

’48 Class Total: $150 No. in Class: 45 Participation: 4% Enrichment Society Corneal B. Myers, Jr.

’49 Class Total: $220 No. in Class: 62 Participation: 5% Enrichment Society William J. Castagna

’51 Class Total: $11,200.01 No. in Class: 56 Participation: 7% Founders Society - Gold Mr. & Mrs. James D. Camp, Jr. Enrichment Society William T. Harrison, Jr. G. A. Smith

’52 Class Total: $75,301.24 No. in Class: 28 Participation: 18% Enrichment Society Evans Crary, Jr. Richard S. Wolfson

’53 Class Total: $102,000 No. in Class: 37 Participation: 5% Founders Society - Gold Gene Moore III

’54 Class Total: $5,000 No. in Class: 26 Participation: 12% Founders Society - Gold E. G. (Dan) Boone Robert L. Trohn Trusler Society Stephen H. Grimes

’55 Class Total: $200 No. in Class: 25 Participation: 8% Enrichment Society Edward Siegel

’56 Class Total: $1,300 No. in Class: 26 Participation: 12% Trusler Society Peter T. Fay Enrichment Society Louie N. Adcock, Jr. Jerry B. Crockett

’57 Class Total: $1,650 No. in Class: 39 Participation: 13%

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Trusler Society Joseph Garcia Enrichment Society Paul W. Danahy, Jr. Anonymous William L. Hendry Young J. Simmons

’58 Class Total: $600 No. in Class: 44 Participation: 9% Founders Society - Gold T. Terrell Sessums, Sr. Enrichment Society Clarence T. Johnson, Jr. Lewis M. Kanner S. Jay Plager

’59 Class Total: $500 No. in Class: 45 Participation: 7% Enrichment Society Robert J. Boylston Stephen W. Sessums Joseph Q. Tarbuck

’60 Class Total: $1,350 No. in Class: 51 Participation: 10% Enrichment Society Thomas R. Brown Robert A. Kimbrough Shepard P. Lesser

’61 Class Total: $2,972.50 No. in Class: 60 Participation: 13% Founders Society - Platinum Fredric G. Levin Founders Society - Silver Jon C. Moyle Trusler Society Thomas H. Thurlow, Jr. Enrichment Society Irvin A. Meyers Harry M. Sawyer, Jr.

’62 Class Total: $10,863 No. in Class: 81 Participation: 16% Founders Society - Silver DuBose Ausley Ernest A. Sellers Trusler Society Norman Broad Enrichment Society W. George Allen J. Edward Curren J. C. Gray, Sr. James C. Hoover Peter C. Jones R. Layton Mank Antonio Martinez, Jr. David P. Newman Murray M. Wadsworth William Carter White

’63 Class Total: $3,278 No. in Class: 80 Participation: 11% Founders Society - Gold John C. Bierley Trusler Society Ronald P. Anselmo Sylvia H. Walbolt Enrichment Society Robert G. Blalock Murray Kanetsky Wm. Bruce Louden E. Clay Parker

’64 Class Total: $3,700 No. in Class: 117 Participation: 6% Founders Society - Gold Richard Lee Kuersteiner Founders Society - Silver Charles T. Wells Partners Gerald F. Richman Trusler Society Stephen D. Gardner Enrichment Society Haywood M. Ball Stephen B. Duke George D. Gabel, Jr.

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’65 Class Total: $8,126.48 No. in Class: 121 Participation: 4% Partners Gerald D. Schackow Trusler Society Steve C. Horowitz Leroy H. Moe Enrichment Society Charles E. Commander Wallace H. Hall

’66 Class Total: $7,220 No. in Class: 164 Participation: 7% Trusler Society J. Thomas Cardwell Allan P. Clark Enrichment Society Robert B. Cochonour Rutledge R. Liles George R. Moraitis Robert T. Mounts Charles P. Pillans III Gregory A. Presnell John F. Roscow III

’67 Class Total: $26,381 No. in Class: 191 Participation: 7% Founders Society - Silver Frederick A. Hazouri Samuel C. Ullman Trusler Society Barry R. Davidson Enrichment Society Jeanne Dawes-Crenshaw John A. DeVault III James D. Dixon W. Ford Duane Bill Hoppe Roger A. Larson Alexander C. MacKinnon James H. Woodroffe III

’68 Class Total: $3,175 No. in Class: 173 Participation: 6%

Trusler Society Richard C. Ausness Enrichment Society Fred R. Baisden, Jr. Douglas D. Batchelor, Jr. Stephen J. Bozarth Jonathan C. Gordon Edwin F. Hornbrook John D. McKey, Jr. Charles T. Sands Mitchell H. Spingarn Kenneth F. Tworoger Warren E. Williams

’69 Class Total: $21,621.09 No. in Class: 168 Participation: 11% Founders Society - Gold F. Wallace Pope, Jr. Partners Donald R. Tescher Associates James C. Fleming Trusler Society Howell L. Ferguson Alan G. Greer Robert W. Mead, Jr. Noel H. Nation George W. Rohe Lawrence M. Watson, Jr. Enrichment Society Marc A. Cianca Charles H. Egerton William A. Evans A. McArthur Irvin Henry E. Mallue, Jr. Ben Patterson William J. Stewart, Jr. Robert F. Williams

’70 Class Total: $19,575 No. in Class: 188 Participation: 10% Partners Ronald L. Fick Trusler Society Joseph C. Mellichamp III Ronald Y. Schram John Kendrick Tucker Enrichment Society Robert C. Blue, Jr. John M. Brumbaugh William E. Dunwody III Guy S. Emerich Charles M. Gadd, Jr. Harvey L. Goldstein

James T. Haley Christy F. Harris Donald A. Lykkebak James H. Seals John C. Taylor, Jr. Harry Tempkins

’71 Class Total: $6,325 No. in Class: 208 Participation: 8% Founders Society - Gold W. C. Gentry Associates L. J. Barnett Roger L. Blackburn E. Ellis Zahra, Jr. Enrichment Society Larry B. Alexander Harvey M. Alper Darryl M. Bloodworth Robert V. Duss Ronald D. Fairchild Phillip R. Finch William J. Gundlach Louis F. Hubener, III Martin J. Sperry J. Maxwell Williams, III

’72 Class Total: $31,362.06 No. in Class: 332 Participation: 10% Founders Society - Gold Gene K. Glasser Jeffrey W. Warren Founders Society - Silver Anonymous Anonymous Clifford A. Schulman Trusler Society Donald S. Kohla James S. Moody, Jr. Enrichment Society Allan L. Casey C. M. Fear Frank B. Gummey III Hugh D. Hayes, Jr. Mark L. Horwitz David L. Kahn Russell H. Kasper Elliott H. Lucas G. Carson McEachern III William D. McFarlane, Jr. Manuel Menendez, Jr. Jon L. Mills John L. Myrick James P. Nilon

Frank C. Oberhausen, Jr. John A. Sanet David A. Schmudde James W. Sherby Anonymous L. Haldane Taylor Robert L. Taylor Gary E. Wagner, Sr.

’73 Class Total: $27,298.83 No. in Class: 371 Participation: 8% Founders Society - Gold Gerald A. Rosenthal Founders Society - Silver Martha L. Cochran Buddy Schulz Associates Philip A. DeLaney Trusler Society Kenneth C. Ellis Mary B. Ellis Leighton D. Yates, Jr. Enrichment Society George Z. Bateh Joseph W. Beasley Paul M. Cummings George R. Dekle, Sr. Charles W. Dorman F. Joseph DuBray George S. Dunn Andrew J. Markus David L. Rankin Patricia V. Russo Jan K. Seiden Frederick D. Smith Mal Steinberg Frank J. Tassone, Jr. Kenneth A. Treadwell Rene G. VanDeVoorde Art Wroble Robert L. Young

’74 Class Total: $463,796.32 No. in Class: 270 Participation: 12% Founders Society - Gold Richard P. Cole Founders Society - Silver K. Lawrence Gragg Robert M. Kramer Barristers Andrew J. Fawbush Partners Timothy G. Anderson, Sr. Brian D. Hill

Gwynne A. Young Trusler Society Stephen B. Gillman Harley E. Riedel II Enrichment Society J. Victor Barrios Robert P. Daniti Clay S. Davis, Jr. Daniel D. Eckert Theodore A. Erck III Robert C. Gibbons Garry M. Glickman Norman L. Hull Frederick W. Jones Michael L. Katz David T. Knight Ray W. Pennebaker Louis K. Rosenbloum Edward O. Savitz, Jr. James M. Sowell, Jr. Bill White Bruce I. Yegelwel

’75 Class Total: $15,773 No. in Class: 345 Participation: 13% Founders Society - Silver Maureen G. Gragg Mark J. Proctor Associates Anne C. Conway Trusler Society James B. Barnes Anonymous David L. Holbrook John A. Shipley III M. Stephen Smith III Rodney W. Smith Enrichment Society Barry A. Abbott Carlton F. Bennett James R. Chandler III James P. Denvir III Wayne E. Flowers Alan M. Gerlach, Jr. Robert M. Harris K. Patrick Hart Jeffrey A. Hirsch Huntley Johnson, Jr. John H. Jones Althea M. Lachicotte John E. Lawlor III Jack A. Levine Robert C. Maland Patrick F. Maroney James P. Quarles Austin F. Reed Ryland T. Rigsby David S. Romanik Patrick W. Skelton

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Sheldon D. Stevens Gregory T. Stewart Daniel Y. Sumner James B. Tilghman, Jr. Enrichment Society Anonymous Jose F. Valdivia, Jr. Richard G. Wack S. Grier Wells

’76 Class Total: $94,762.88 No. in Class: 367 Participation: 9% Founders Society Platinum Ellen Bellet Gelberg Founders Society - Gold Betsy Ellwanger Gallagher Hans G. Tanzler III Founders Society - Silver Elizabeth A. Jenkins Partners Carol J. Ponton Associates W. Michael Clifford Gary D. Fox Trusler Society Sally A. Dorn William H. Ferguson Daniel B. Harrell Janet R. Studley Enrichment Society Michael R. Band Murray B. Baxter Marjorie Bekaert-Thomas William A. Boyles Gerald B. Curington Mark F. Lewis Donna C. Litman James J. Long Anonymous Donna W. Melton Michael C. Norvell Nicholas A. Pope Becky A. Powhatan-Kelley Charles A. Reinhardt, Jr. Judith L. Rosenthal Andrew B. Thomas Gregg D. Thomas M. Therese Vento

’77 Class Total: $21,327 No. in Class: 314 Participation: 6% Founders Society - Silver Sally H. Foote Partners Lauren Y. Detzel Jesse W. Rigby

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Associates Richard A. Josepher John J. Scroggin Trusler Society Charles S. Modell Barbara J. Staros Enrichment Society Joan F. Beer Nola S. Dyal Ross B. Gampel Roy H. Lasris Thomas B. Smith Pamela E. Somers Max N. Wallace

’78 Class Total: $1,139,452 No. in Class: 367 Participation: 7% Founders Society Platinum Anonymous Founders Society - Gold Anonymous Anonymous Trusler Society Dennis M. Campbell Randy Meg Kammer Enrichment Society Marci Adler Peter Baker Jeanelle G. Bronson Theotis Bronson Jay P. Cohen Gail G. Fagan Luis Fernandez Cheryl L. Gordon Robert E. Gordon Jerome W. Hoffman Patricia P. H. Jones Mark S. Kessler Grace N. Manne Colleen A. Preston Jeffrey D. Segal W. Crit Smith Michael H. Streater Herbert W. A. Thiele Richard M. Zabak

’79 Class Total: $43,625.48 No. in Class: 318 Participation: 10% Founders Society - Gold Anonymous Founders Society - Silver Ladd H. Fassett Larry E. Sellers, Jr. Partners Jack O. Hackett II John L. Holcomb Warren W. Lindsey Associates Peter T. Kirkwood Enrichment Society James M. Bauer Christine K. Bilodeau Faye A. Burner V. Robert Denham, Jr. Jeanette K. Helfrich Craig P. Hoffman Glenn R. Hosken Neisen O. Kasdin Carole T. Kirkwood Michael J. Korn Alfred J. Malefatto

Steven A. Pepper Mary Anne Price Moria Rozenson Richard J. Sarafan Harold G. Schenker Scott A. Specht Karen Steger Sam T. Steger Richard L. Stockton Gail I. Winson Michael A. Wodrich

’80 Class Total: $34,183 No. in Class: 345 Participation: 9% Founders Society - Gold Peter J. Genz Barristers Richard B. Comiter Partners Randolph J. Rush Trusler Society Mark S. Peters Enrichment Society Charles A. Buford Loraine E. Chapin Jon C. Chassen C. Lee Essrig Kerry I. Evander Mark E. Goldstein Cynthia A. Hawkins Anonymous Ross Thomas Lessack G. B. McVay Voght Neil M. O’Toole Marshall R. Pasternack Charles M. Rand Lillian J. Reyes-Joyce Paul S. Rothstein Jeffrey A. Rynor Richard B. Troutman Richard I. Wallsh Charles N. White C. Douglas Wingate

’81 Class Total: $77,991 No. in Class: 375 Participation: 10% Founders Society - Gold Casey Johnson Michael D. Minton Founders Society - Silver Jeffrey D. Feldman Kenneth R. Johnson Kimberly Leach Johnson Partners Eileen C. Forrester Jeanne T. Tate Associates Gary J. Cohen Trusler Society R. Mason Blake Susan E. Cook Gary B. Leuchtman James E. Moye, Sr. David H. Vickrey Enrichment Society Luis A. Abreu Mary C. Arpe Charles J. Cacciabeve Frederick C. Craig, Jr. Deborah K. Damerville Ricky R. Damerville Elizabeth K. Evander

Stephen E. Fogel Nancy H. Jackson William S. Josey Marvin A. Kirsner Martha A. Lott Mark S. McGowan D. Lawrence Rayburn Howard M. Rosenblatt Laurie W. Valentine Marc L. Warren Patricia A. Willing

’82 Class Total: $103,415.24 No. in Class: 391 Participation: 8% Founders Society - Silver Lee D. Gunn IV Oscar A. Sanchez Barristers Louis Nostro Anonymous Partners Bruce R. Abernethy, Jr. Jeffery A. Boone Margaret D. Mathews William F. Merlin, Jr. Associates John C. Bovay Richard C. Pfenniger, Jr. Trusler Society Robert W. Anthony, Jr. John C. Bales Enrichment Society Alys N. Daniels David A. Eaton, Sr. Julia L. Frey Brenda L. Gardner Alan S. Gassman Michael J. Gelfand Robert F. Goodrich Michael P. Haymans Grant C. Jaquith Ralph P. Mangione, Jr. Karen Meyer Buesing Robert V. Potter, Jr. Darryl R. Richards Edward J. Richardson Timothy W. Volpe Erin D. Williams Mark J. Wolfson Mitchel E. Woodlief

’83 Class Total: $36,910.33 No. in Class: 328 Participation: 9% Founders Society Platinum Scott G. Hawkins Founders Society - Silver James A. Gale George A. Vaka Partners Lee T. Griffin Scott C. Ilgenfritz T. Clay Phillips Mark T. Tate, Jr. Trusler Society M. Robert Blanchard Enrichment Society Cecile Blakeslee-Hartigan Charles R. Crispell John E. Hale William F. Hamilton Richard H. Hiers

Suzanne D. Lanier Russell D. Levitt Keith G. Medleau Dennis R. O’Connor James C. Polkinghorn Michael A. Pyle William E. Reischmann, Jr. Charles D. Rubin Lorinda M. Schreier Sidney S. Simmons II

’84 Class Total: $18,548.68 No. in Class: 317 Participation: 10% Founders Society - Gold Edward Downey Founders Society - Silver Bill Bone Partners Andrea E. Zelman Associates Frederick J. Mills Trusler Society Allen N. Jelks, Jr. Tracy A. Nichols David R. Vetter Enrichment Society David J. Akins Robert A. Chitty Deborah M. Clancy Deborah D. Drew Randal H. Drew, Sr. Larry L. Eger P. Campbell Ford Michael L. Gore Robert L. Harding Charles B. Hernicz John A. Lurvey Cynthia Z. MacKinnon Elizabeth C. Marshall Michael L. O’Neill Catherine G. Reischmann Rose J. Spano Mark E. Timmes Sarah R. Williams

’85 Class Total: $56,198.50 No. in Class: 356 Participation: 10% Founders Society - Silver Mark A. Nouss Eugene K. Pettis Michael W. Smith Partners William J. Schifino, Jr. Deborah B. Story Associates Marci L. Goodman Ross M. Goodman Mark W. Klingensmith Trusler Society Phyllis P. Harris Elizabeth R. Krentzman John E. Leighton Eduardo Palmer Enrichment Society Anderson L. Baldy III Nestor Bustamante Donald C. Dowling, Jr. Rashad H. El-Amin Steven Ellison Gregg H. Fierman Willie Earl Hall

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’86 Class Total: $21,652.90 No. in Class: 385 Participation: 6% Partners Mark Citrin Kimbel L. Merlin Hugh W. Perry Associates David P. Berg Juan J. Rodriguez Trusler Society Mary Beth Savary Taylor Enrichment Society Robert G. Abood Carlos F. Arazoza Jeffrey S. Badgley Frank M. Bedell Mary C. Crotty Paul R. Game Scott E. Hunt Lucy W. Kerman Steven D. Lear Anonymous Morris C. Massey Kevin M. McCarty William A. Parady Frank A. Pavese, Jr. Susan M. Seigle James A. Taylor III Onelia A. Vera Wade D. White

’87 Class Total: $24,080.74 No. in Class: 372 Participation: 9% Partners Alan H. Landman Associates Mayanne A. Downs Enrichment Society Mary Jane Angelo Louis C. Arslanian Anne M. Baldy Charles A. Carlson John D. Carnahan Nancy E. Dowling Canon Kurt H. Dunkle Jane Dunlap-Callahan Harolyn H. Dutt Keith R. Fountain Claramargaret H. Groover Thomas H. Gunderson John F. Halula Jeffrey D. Kottkamp Maureen M. Matheson Helen W. McAfee Steven M. Meyers Ava L. Parker Kathleen M. Paustian Paul S. Quinn, Jr. Kayla B. Rynor Ronnie A. Sabb Jeffrey S. Weiss

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Class Total: $8,604.39 No. in Class: 360 Participation: 8% Associates R. Scott Costantino Kevin E. Hyde Trusler Society Darrell W. Payne Enrichment Society Bruce R. Anderson, Jr. Jacqueline Bozzuto Virginia M. Buchanan Karen M. Chastain Mrs. Kolleen P. Cobb Jonathan S. Coleman Kraig A. Conn Robin K. Davis Robert T. Geis Nancy P. Halula Paul J. Healy George A. Helm III Clifford C. Higby Frederick L. Kretschmer, Jr. Frank A. Landgraff Brenda L. London Beth B. Mills Nancy J. Ryan Charles J. Schreiber, Jr. Douglas A. Smith Stephen B. Timmer Gerard F. Wehle, Jr.

’89 Class Total: $6,365.78 No. in Class: 351 Participation: 6% Associates John T. Rogerson III Trusler Society Patrick S. Cousins Michael Ferguson Bruce D. Landrum Enrichment Society W. Bard Brockman Julianna K. Burke Thomas M. Fleming Caroline E. Kasper Steven E. Miller Charles P. Mitchell Eric T. Olsen Gail M. Otero Mark E. Stein Robert D. Walker, Jr.

’90 Class Total: $22,331 No. in Class: 374 Participation: 6% Partners Janice L. Innis-Thompson Associates Edward M. Mullins James B. Sowell Trusler Society Steven M. Berman David Leon Bilsker Enrichment Society Derrick E. Cox Michael D. Ginsberg Donna M. Griffin Andrea S. Hartley Suzanne M. Judas Sheila G. Keiner

Carri L. Leininger Bernardo Lopez John D. Malkowski Greg D. Medalie Andrew T. Pozzuto William H. Rogner Bradley M. Saxton

’91 Class Total: $17,252 No. in Class: 372 Participation: 7% Partners Bradford D. Kimbro Wil Murphy Associates Rima Y. Mullins Wendy H. Werb Enrichment Society Richard S. Bach Thomas P. Briggmann Bobbi J. Davis Joan D. Flocks Troy B. Hafner Alex J. Kurkin Ernest J. Marquart Jon C. Mazzoli Dale L. Parker Robert J. Pile Kimberly Bonder Rezanka Glenn M. Rissman Scott L. Rogers Kelly B. Rose Richard G. Salazar Laura F. Sherry Mark N. Tipton

’92 Class Total: $9,482.92 No. in Class: 363 Participation: 7% Partners D. Bruce Hoffman Associates Morgan R. Bentley Trusler Society DeeDee C. Smith Enrichment Society David Barksdale Alexandra Bongard-Stremler Elizabeth A. Carrie Neil A. DeLeon Pamela J. England-Rogers Marcelo R. Gomez Courtney K. Grimm Gregory A. Jacobs Kenneth B. Jacobs Karen R. Kirsch Eric S. Kolar Susan M. Levin Caren L. Loguercio Frederick D. Page Barbara A. Puestow Lynn M. Schackow Barbara B. Smithers Jonathan D. Wald Russell H. Willis Susan M. Zahniser

’93 Class Total: $7,500 No. in Class: 406 Participation: 6%

Trusler Society Jonathan D. Gerber Gregory S. Hagopian K. Judith Lane Donna L. Longhouse Enrichment Society Jeffrey A. Aronsky Sherrie R. Bowen Anoush A. Brangaccio David E. Cannella Anne T. Cooney Michael D. Dicembre William J. Hazzard Terrill F. Jordan Heather B. Parkinson Rachel P. Ray Janice M. Rickert Robert G. Thornhill III

’94 Class Total: $7,465 No. in Class: 381 Participation: 5% Trusler Society Tracy L. Gerber Matthew N. Posgay Marc A. Wites Enrichment Society William S. Chambers IV Tony M. Fineman Kenneth P. Hazouri Larry H. Kunin Thomas W. Ledman Jenifer S. Lehner Steven D. Lehner P. Kristy Pressly Sharon H. Proctor Barbara L. Richard Cathleen A. Talbot

’95 Class Total: $8,181 No. in Class: 376 Participation: 6% Associates Charlotte W. Williams Trusler Society Kimberly Keravuori Enrichment Society Kevin A. Ashley Scott E. Atwood Caryn L. Bellus Misty Taylor Chaves Willem A. Daman Curtis N. Flajole Christopher Kelly Joseph H. Lang, Jr. Karl M. Liebman Patrick F. McCormack Niels P. Murphy Timothy M. O’Brien Charles F. Otto, Jr. William C. Rencher Julie M. Schwartz Christine R. Sensenig Jeffrey M. Taylor Lisa S. Taylor

’96 Class Total: $8,327.96 No. in Class: 373 Participation: 5%

Partners Casey Walker Enrichment Society Patricia D. Barksdale Maria C. Ferrao Adam S. Hall Adriane M. Isenberg James F. Johnston Frank W. Kenniasty C. Joy Lampley-Fortson Kathryn W. Oberto Jon P. Scuderi Jeremy M. Sensenig David Tetrick, Jr. Ketan S. Vakil F. Scott Westheimer

’97 Class Total: $10,588 No. in Class: 372 Participation: 5% Partners Brian D. Burgoon Trusler Society Maria C. Carantzas Jay Kim Rahul Patel Lara J. Tibbals Enrichment Society Rick R. Chaves Mark J. Criser Phillip H. Hutchinson Jeffrey A. Jacobs Jay T. Jambeck John T. Marshall David E. Menet Fred W. Mundie, Jr. Christopher M. Tuccitto

’98 Class Total: $19,057.98 No. in Class: 384 Participation: 7% Barristers Natalie A. Goodwin Partners J. Carter Andersen Rebecca L. Brock David M. Seifer Associates Taylor K. Rose Trusler Society Brent F. Bradley Wesley D. Tibbals Enrichment Society Michael C. Caborn Michael S. Dorris Thomas J. Fraser, Jr. Ivan A. Morales M. Scott Noble Brian J. Sasadu Jeffrey A. Sudduth Brian K. Szilvasy E. John Wagner II

’99 Class Total: $5,984 No. in Class: 384 Participation: 6% Trusler Society Christina V. Lockwood Enrichment Society Scott E. Brient

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Ryan E. Davis Dino A. Doyle Aubrey H. Ducker, Jr. Jonathan A. Feldman Brian J. Fender Bryan S. Gowdy Matthew L. Grabinski Kimberly J. Gustafson Maureen M. Hazen Eric D. Johnston Nathan W. Kotas Laurel M. Lee James G. Pressly III Richard N. Sherrill Arnaldo Trevilla Christina N. Wachs

’00 Class Total: $4,911 No. in Class: 393 Participation: 6% Partners Ian R. Leavengood Trusler Society Robert G. Whittel Enrichment Society Cristina Alonso Mark H. Dahlmeier Sharon Donnigan Andrea L. Ducayet Brenda B. Ezell Ashley D. Foster-Pinnock Eric J. Hall John P. Junod Judd P. Koenig Russell Koonin Matthew P. McLauchlin Jorene Soto Amy G. Sudduth David G. Valentino Dean T. Xenick

’01 Class Total: $4,591 No. in Class: 383 Participation: 6% Partners Robin L. Leavengood Enrichment Society Ben Alexander Trevor B. Arnold Brian M. Beason Carol A. Daly Jason R. Gabriel Jaime R. Girgenti Jeremy P. Hertz Matthew L. Hicks Roger H. Miller III Michael M. Mills, Jr. Jeffrey A. Neiman Brendan B. O’Brien Lara Osofsky Leader Duane L. Pinnock Stacey A. Prince-Troutman James K. Ramsey 46

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’02 Class Total: $11,840 No. in Class: 401 Participation: 8% Partners Jennifer L. D. Kypreos Theodore S. Kypreos Robert H. Thornburg Trusler Society Salvatore Bochicchio Enrichment Society Brian P. Arthur Elizabeth F. Blanco Chad M. Brandt T. Robert Bulloch Shawn M. Cline Byron D. Flagg Andrea K. Fourman Adam N. Frisch Sierra D. Frisch Evan S. Glasser Melody A. Hadley Lawsikia J. Hodges Brian H. Koch Janine N. Kucaba Philip R. Lammens Wendy S. Martin Vanessa Newtson Karen R. Richman Alexa Sherr Hartley Michael W. Shiver, Jr. Christopher W. Smart Carolyne K. St Louis Jennifer L. Warfel-Bushnell Nikitas G. Zissimopulos

’03 Class Total: $12,413 No. in Class: 428 Participation: 5% Partners Benjamin F. Diamond Associates Nicole C. Kibert Trusler Society Sarah Cortvriend Enrichment Society Stanley Barnes, Jr. John C. Beroset Katherine J. Beroset John T. Conner Lauren C. Heatwole Kevin E. Jakab Anonymous Fermin Lopez Jessica C. Mason Darin Patton Cecil D. Rolle Kelly K. Samek Stacey B. Steinberg Scott A. Underwood

’04 Class Total: $5,837.04 No. in Class: 398 Participation: 6% Trusler Society Erin M. Gray

Enrichment Society Douglas A. Bates Lisa L. Bates Michael G. Bohnenberger Hollie A. Croft Patrick Dervishi Brent A. Gordon Daniel C. Irick Sheena T. Irick Deborah Lancia Ruiz Robert J. Luck Yong Peng Karen L. Persis Kristopher A. Powell Brenton J. Ross Derrick M. Valkenburg James E. Walson Laura M. Young Xuesong A. Yu

’05 Class Total: $17,735.92 No. in Class: 375 Participation: 6% Partners Timothy G. Anderson, Jr. Matthew D. Hill Julie C. Miller Trusler Society Carolyn M. Kershner Enrichment Society Adam E. Babington Anonymous Sarah Z. Collins Jarrett R. Hoffman Cathy A. Kamm Whitney M. Untiedt Johanna D. Wares Thomas G. Wilson III Jessica R. Zissimopulos

’06 Class Total: $5,598 No. in Class: 407 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Jack G. Abid Jolyon D. Acosta Bayardo E. Aleman Beau A. Baker Jarrett D. Bingemann Amy N. Bokor Brian K. Bokor Jennifer N. Carolan Charles T. Douglas, Jr. Cecily J. Elgart Anthony P. Felice Daniel J. Glassman Lacey D. Hofmeyer Kevin M. Jinks Justin M. Luna Victoria S. Luna Elizabeth S. Paulk-Reilly Brian A. Roof Veronica T. Roof Kate Taylor Joseph R. Worst Heather E. Yearwood

’07 Class Total: $7,384.94 No. in Class: 445 Participation: 8%

Associates Kevin S. Sobel Enrichment Society Ian M. Alperstein Anonymous Scott A. Bowman Andrei A. Boyarshinov Roger C. Brown Anonymous Michael P. Carolan Bradley J. Ellis Christina L. Faubel Dina S. Finkel Elizabeth Frock-Runyon Alexander Hadjilogiou Adam P. Hartley Meghann Hoskinson Bowman Gregory T. King Holly R. Miller Alexandra M. Mora John H. Rains IV Joshua H. Roberts David M. Sams Leanne M. Siegfried Darryl F. Smith Jason A. Smith Carolyn R. Ward Joshua C. Webb

’08 Class Total: $2,506.08 No. in Class: 304 Participation: 5% Enrichment Society Lauren M. Alperstein Jeffrey A. Gadboys Paige H. Gillman Michael A. Hersh Ilan G. Kaufer Andrew D. Kramer Joshua R. Levenson William B. Lewis Giannina Marin Kimberly A. Narbona

’09 Class Total: $4,656 No. in Class: 419 Participation: 8% Enrichment Society Joshua S. Altshuler Jordan D. August Christopher D. Baehman Matthew T. Belisle Jonathan M. Blocker Lisa J. Clasen Lawrence J. Dougherty Hunter S. Edwards Mitchell W. Goldberg Lindsay S. Griffin Dennis C. Gucciardo Andrew L. Hoffman Jennifer Erin Jones Julie C. Ledermann Michael E. Lockamy Matthew I. Lufrano Michael W. Luongo Christopher A. Pavilonis Jason A. Pill Reggie Zachariah

’10 Class Total: $6,449 No. in Class: 380 Participation: 7% Trusler Society Christie J. Vetter Enrichment Society Robert J. Braxton Jessica C. Conner Robert W. Davis, Jr. Allie R. Freshman Anne N. Gonzalez Andres C. Healy Cassidy E. Jones Matthew R. Jones David M. Kerner David K. Kuklewicz Ryan E. LeBlanc Michael P. Maguire Joe E. Mathews, Jr. Rachel M. Ortiz Karina M. Rios Miguel A. Rosada, Jr. Monica L. Wilson

’11 Class Total: $5,206 No. in Class: 403 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Justin S. Alex Amanda K. Anderson Nicholas A. Brown Daphne Duplessis-Saddler Nathan A. Frazier Zane A. Harris John M. Hunt Kathryn H. Kellam Trenton T. Leigh Robert B. Lingle Frank M. Mari Kristen M. McKinney Rhett C. Parker Jon M. Philipson Megan A. Picataggio Dwayne A. Robinson Darren Schweiger Jennifer N. Shepard Benjamin J. Steinberg Amy M. Wessel

’12 Class Total: $3,370.12 No. in Class: 326 Participation: 7% Enrichment Society Jessica A. Abel Allison Fischman Jonathan E. Freidin Caycee D. Hampton Kathryn A. Kimball Deborah K. Madden Jonathan L. Mann Michael A. McMillan Adriana M. Paris Anitra F. Raiford Jonathan D. Ramsey Selden R. Ross Adam J. Smith Tara L. Tedrow Craig P. Thompson Georgia A. Thompson

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’13 Class Total: $3,325 No. in Class: 358 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Kurt M. Ciell Frank Comparetto III Glen E. Douglas, Jr. Ryan L. Gilbert James R. Hayne Sara A. Hoffman Francisco J. Leon De La Barra David R. Maass Nicole K. Maass Stephen A. McCullers Drew P. O’Malley Laura B. Renstrom Alexander L. Van Heyde

This program encourages Gators to make a gift to UF Law and support worthwhile programs. Below are the firms and volunteer champions of the participating firms. Thank you for your engagement!

’15 Class Total: $2,944.85 No. in Class: 309 Participation: 10% Enrichment Society Valeen M. Arena Aubrey A. Burris Stephen Carr Matthew T. Christ Kelli N. Church William T. Cochran Harold D. Holder III Alice C. Morris Sonja W. Sahlsten Patrick W. Spook Celeste A. Thacker Christopher C. Weeg

’14 Class Total: $3,523.14 No. in Class: 305 Participation: 9% Enrichment Society Marissa C. Fernandez Oscar D. Florez Jaramillo Brock A. Hankins Alissa A. Kranz Richmond T. Lacy Kathleen M. Maurer William A. McBride Justin W. McConnell Matthew E. Moats Michael G. Polatsek

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’16 Class Total: $839.38 No. in Class: 311 Participation: 34% Enrichment Society Rachael L. Jones Please report any corrections to the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs at development@ law.ufl.edu or (352) 273-0640.

100% • Coker, Schnickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo and Iracki – Jacksonville – Champion: Matthew Posgay • Dean Mead – Melbourne – Champion: Laura Minton Young • Fassett, Anthony & Taylor – Orlando – Champion: Ladd Fassett • Garganese, Weiss & D’Agresta – Orlando – Champion: Jeffrey S. Weiss • Harris Guidi Rosner Dunlap & Rudolph – Jacksonville – Champion: Robert Harris • Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns – Clearwater – Champion: Wally Pope • Johnson, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns – Tampa – Champion: Wally Pope • King & Chaves – West Palm Beach – Champion: Misty Taylor Chaves • LeavenLaw – St. Petersburg – Champion: Ian R. Leavengood • Levin, Papantonio, Thomas, Mitchell, Rafferty & Proctor – Pensacola – Champions: Robert Blanchard & Virginia Buchanan • Morgan & Morgan – West Palm Beach – Champion: William B. Lewis • Murphy & Walker – Vero Beach – Champion: Lewis W. Murphy, Jr. • Shannin Law Firm – Orlando – Champion: Nicholas A. Shannin • Williams, Leininger & Cosby – North Palm Beach – Champion: Rebecca L. Brock 50-99% • Arnall Golden Gregory – Atlanta – Champion: Steven A. Pepper • Bedell Firm– Jacksonville – Champion: Courtney K. Grimm • Boies, Schiller & Flexner – New York City – Champions: Karen C. Dyer & Jarrett R. Hoffman • Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney – Fort Lauderdale – Champions: Heather B. Brock & Andrea E. Zelman • Carlton Fields – Tampa – Champion: Joseph H. Lang, Jr. • Clark Partington – Pensacola – Champion: Jesse W. Rigby • Dean Mead – Fort Pierce – Champion: Dana M. Apfelbaum • Dean Mead – Orlando – Champion: Felipe Guerrero • Farr Law Firm – Punta Gorda – Champion: Jack O. Hackett II • Hogan Lovells – Washington, D.C. – Champions: Robert E. Glennon, Jr. & Dennis C. Gucciardo • Jakab Law– Jacksonville – Champion: Kevin E. Jakab • King & Spalding – Atlanta – Champion: Rahul Patel • Kubicki Draper – Champion: Betsy Ellwanger Gallagher • Richman Greer – Palm Beach Gardens – Champion: Gerald F. Richman • Sutherland – Atlanta – Champion: Jonathan A. Feldman • Waldman, Trigoboff, Hildebrandt, Marx & Calnan – Fort Lauderdale – Champion: Glenn J. Waldman • Wild Felice & Partners – Plantation – Champion: Michael D. Wild

Memorials

In Memory: Tricia Bohnenberger Valles Michael G. Bohnenberger

In Honor: Prof. Dennis A. Calfee Michael A. & Betty M. Wolf

In Memory: Edward Carhart, P.A. Harvey L. Goldstein

In Memory: W. O. Birchfield John C. & Tifi Bierley

In Honor: Mr. R. Mason Blake Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee

In Memory: Frederick W. Leonhardt Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. Enterprise Florida Bill Johnson

In Memory: Warren L. Tedder Anonymous

In Honor: Dr. Jon C. Mills Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee

Tributes

In Honor: Richard G. Hamann Mary Jane Angelo & R. Reed Pedlow III

In Honor: Carly Lane Cronin Joshua S. Altshuler

In Honor: Ronald K. Cacciatore Manuel & Linda S. Menendez

In Memory: Matilde H. Landrum Bruce D. & Elizabeth C. Landrum

In Honor: David L. Gay J. Thomas Cardwell & Kathy Amick-Cardwell

In Memory: Michael M. McFall Greg D. Medalie Lisa J. Olearczyk

In Honor: Gene K. & Elaine A. Glasser United Jewish Community of Broward County

In Honor: The Hon. Anne C. Conway Raymond R. & Jodene C. Arckey Laurel Homes Sheryl Loesch Peter G. & DeeEllen B. Robinson

In Honor: Jonathan & Rose Alperstein Ian M. & Lauren M. Alperstein

In Honor: The Hon. Elizabeth A. Jenkins Betsy Ellwanger Gallagher

In Memory: Lewis Ansbacher Barbara & Phil Emmer Family Foundation Philip I. & Barbara L. Emmer

In Memory: Professor Mandell Glicksberg John T. & Marilyn A. Brennan Mr. & Mrs. James D. Camp, Jr. Dennis A. & Peggy M. Calfee Kimberly L. & Lyla B. King Walter Probert (D) In Memory: Professor Michael L. Seigel Joshua S. Altshuler Dawn Royle Nelson Bobo In Memory: Professor Michael L. Seigel Jeffrey P. & Jamie Bayer Krischer Karen W. Reisman Howard & Bernice Seigel In Memory: The Hon. Jacqueline R. Griffin Roy B. Dalton, Jr. Alan M. & Elizabeth D. Gerlach Charles T. & Linda F. Wells

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In Honor: Kevin M. McCarty AIDS Healthcare Foundation Rebecca Belanger-Walkins Preston E. Cowie Brenda J. Cude Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund George & Irina Schaeffer Foundation Randy Meg Kammer & Jeffry R. Wollitz Kevin M. McCarty Mark S. & Mercedes McGowan James A. Poolman Nancy J. Riley R. Z. Safley The Radey Law Firm Toma Wilkerson In Honor: Morgan Ashley Polans Christine M. & Robert M. Polans

In Memoriam We honor those donors who passed away during the year of their giving. Charles W. Abbott Jordan J. Ansbacher Mildred M. Baynard Steven W. Carta Frederick W. Leonhardt John E. Norris Walter Probert Doyle Rogers L. David Shear Gerald Sohn

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TAX ALUMNI BY CLASS Graduates of the Graduate Tax Program, ranked No. 1 among public law schools, continue to provide significant financial support so the college maintains its status as a top-ranked tax program.

’75 Class Total: $14,646.13 No. in Class: 38 Participation: 16% Founders Society - Silver Dennis A. Calfee K. Lawrence Gragg Enrichment Society Harry S. Colburn, Jr. William V. Linne

’76 Class Total: $46,300.00 No. in Class: 40 Participation: 23% Founders Society - Gold Anonymous Trusler Society Anonymous Richard C. Rollins Enrichment Society Gary G. Bagdasarian Walter G. Clayton III John H. Jones Jack A. Levine James B. O’Neal Ronald L. Rowland

’77 Class Total: $74,529.86 No. in Class: 39 Participation: 21% Founders Society Platinum Ellen Bellet Gelberg Founders Society - Gold Hans G. Tanzler III

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Partners John J. Collins, Jr. Associates Nathaniel L. Doliner Harry M. Eisenberg Enrichment Society Anonymous

’78 Class Total: $4,500.00 No. in Class: 66 Participation: 14% Associates Richard A. Josepher Trusler Society Paul D. Fitzpatrick Everett R. Moreland Enrichment Society William A. Boyles Kevin M. Daly Bradley C. Grossenburg Ronald L. Siegel Christopher Von Gal Neal Weinberg

’79 Class Total: $53,400.00 No. in Class: 44 Participation: 9% Founders Society - Gold Anonymous Associates John J. Scroggin Enrichment Society Cheryl L. Gordon Jonathan C. Gordon

’80 Class Total: $1,770.00 No. in Class: 47 Participation: 15% Associates Peter T. Kirkwood Enrichment Society Harris H. Barnes III David H. Kessler Gerald R. Kleedehn

’81 Class Total: $10,500.00 No. in Class: 65 Participation: 25%

Founders Society - Gold David E. Bowers Barristers Richard B. Comiter Partners Randolph J. Rush Trusler Society Timothy L. Austin Enrichment Society Marci Adler Anonymous Craig P. Hoffman Carl D. Inskeep James L. Leet Joseph W. Mathews, Jr. Melinda M. Mathews Robert O. Middleton Gerald F. Stack E. Allan Tiller Anton H. Zidansek

’82 Class Total: $30,750.00 No. in Class: 60 Participation: 10% Founders Society - Gold Michael D. Minton Associates Gary J. Cohen Trusler Society Gary B. Leuchtman Enrichment Society Marvin A. Kirsner Alan L. Rubens Patricia A. Willing

’83 Class Total: $5,413.00 No. in Class: 60 Participation: 13% Partners Michael A. Abbott Bruce R. Abernethy, Jr. Enrichment Society Stephen L. Cordell Alan S. Gassman Michael A. Levey Robert L. Miller James P. Stevens James B. Wiley

’84 Class Total: $3,400.00 No. in Class: 72 Participation: 7% Partners Mark T. Tate, Jr.

Enrichment Society John M. Farris Jonathan L. Hay Charles D. Rubin

’85 Class Total: $2,400.00 No. in Class: 72 Participation: 7% Associates W. Michael Clifford Guy E. Whitesman Enrichment Society Stephen R. Looney Taso M. Milonas

’86 Class Total: $200.00 No. in Class: 47 Participation: 4% Enrichment Society David K. Cahoone David P. Webb

’87 Class Total: $15,900.00 No. in Class: 61 Participation: 11% Barristers James W. Goodwin II Louis Nostro Enrichment Society Scott E. Hunt Lisa S. Odom Julia H. Voght

’88 Class Total: $3,050.00 No. in Class: 43 Participation: 12% Associates John C. Bovay Trusler Society John A. Moran Enrichment Society Jane Dunlap-Callahan Dirk A. Williams Edward E. Wollman

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Class Total: $1,033.50 No. in Class: 63 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Charles L. Cooper, Jr. James W. Forsyth John E. Lawlor III Michael R. Nelson

’90

Class Total: $3,500.00 No. in Class: 63 Participation: 6% Trusler Society Gary W. Huston Donna L. Longhouse Arnold P. May Enrichment Society Aaron A. Farmer

’95

Class Total: $2,500.00 No. in Class: 52 Participation: 10% Founders Society - Silver A. Brian Phillips Enrichment Society William L. Curry Clay H. Davis Caroline E. Kasper Jonathan H. Nason

’91 Class Total: $1,200.00 No. in Class: 62 Participation: 5% Enrichment Society Wayne A. Hamilton Michael G. Little Charles Pillitteri

’92 Class Total: $1,000.00 No. in Class: 60 Participation: 2% Trusler Society William P. Ewing

’93 Class Total: $2,850.00 No. in Class: 57 Participation: 12% Trusler Society Wilton B. Hyman Enrichment Society Dwayne W. Barrett Elizabeth A. Carrie Rosanne M. Duane Tance E. Roberts Douglas A. Smith William P. Zox

Class Total: $425.00 No. in Class: 70 Participation: 7% Enrichment Society Maurice D. Holloway Bruce R. Jacob Robert H. Rigsby, Jr. Frank M. Talbot II

’96 Class Total: $370.00 No. in Class: 69 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Lamont C. Loo Peter A. Rivellini

’97 Class Total: $120.00 No. in Class: 53 Participation: 4% Enrichment Society Keith M. Olivia

’98 Class Total: $500.00 No. in Class: 69 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Russell T. Sanders Dan C. Young

’99 Class Total: $900.00 No. in Class: 45 Participation: 13% Enrichment Society Anonymous David E. Hightower William J. Liss Rahul P. Ranadive Edward L. Taylor E. John Wagner II

’00 Class Total: $1,000.00 No. in Class: 64 Participation: 2% Trusler Society Christina V. Lockwood

’01 Class Total: $175.00 No. in Class: 64 Participation: 3% Enrichment Society Alton D. Bain

’02 Class Total: $6,050.00 No. in Class: 63 Participation: 8% Partners Heath K. Dedmond Stacy L. Kenyon Enrichment Society Steven D. Lear Stacey A. Prince-Troutman Kerry A. Ryan

’03 Class Total: $4,775.00 No. in Class: 80 Participation: 5% Partners Terrence T. Dariotis Trusler Society Salvatore Bochicchio Benjamin A. Swift

BEQUEST SOCIETY Recognizing those who have made a planned gift to the college. • L. J. Barnett & Hope Cohen-Barnett • Michael A. & Rachelle D. Bedke • Jean A. Bice • John C. & Tifi Bierley • Susan H. & Louis E. Black III • Anonymous • David E. & Mollie M. Bowers • Stephen J. & Sharon J. Bozarth • Mr. & Mrs. James D. Camp, Jr. • John W. & Mona P. Campbell • Martha L. Cochran • Charles E. & Victoria C. Commander • Anonymous • Mr. & Mrs. Christopher E. Cosden • Philip A. & Phyllis S. DeLaney • Anonymous • Sally A. Dorn • Aubrey H. Ducker, Jr. & Laurie K. Weatherford • Andrew J. & Melinda W. Fawbush • Anonymous • Betsy Ellwanger Gallagher • Gene K. & Elaine A. Glasser • Anonymous • Ransom Griffin • Robert E. & Gene S. Gunn • Andrew C. Hall & Gail S. Meyers • Stumpy Harris • John H. Haswell • Edith E. Holiday & Terrance B. Adamson • Paul C. Huck • David M. Hudson & J. Parker Ailstock • Elizabeth A. Jenkins & Charles E. Hudson • Bob & Lisa Jerry • Charles H. & Linda T. Johnson • Richard A. Johnston, Jr. • Jeff Q. Jonasen • Peter T. & Karla D. Kirkwood

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David T. & Carla C. Knight Roger C. & Ellen J. Lambert Fredric G. Levin Stephen A. Lind Virginia A. Lipton Steven E. & Eviana J. Martin John M. McNatt, Jr. Michael J. & Connie McNerney Robert G. & Joelen K. Merkel Robert J. & Michelle D. Merlin Mark W. & Susan B. Merrill Corneal B. & Dixie T. Myers Michael C. & Angela Norvell Louis Nostro & Janet Miller-Nostro Brian M. & Joan B. O’Connell Anonymous Becky A. Powhatan-Kelley & Mark Kelley Jesse W. & Margo S. Rigby Anonymous David L. Roth & Paula Peterson-Roth J. Quinton Rumph David C. & Ronna G. Sasser Clifford A. Schulman Roger D. & Carol F. Schwenke John J. Scroggin & Lynn Geiger-Scroggin T. Terrell Sessums, Sr. Lewis E. & Linda L. Shelley Anonymous Betty H. Stern John Kendrick & Deborah L. Tucker John K. & Marie L. Vreeland A. Ward & Ruth S. Wagner Sandra L. Warren Lawrence M. & Lynne Watson Art & Mary E. Wroble Stephen N. Zack Anonymous William K. Zewadski Peter W. Zinober

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’04 Class Total: $750.00 No. in Class: 79 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Brian P. Arthur Alexander D. DeVitis Adam N. Frisch Anonymous

’05 Class Total: $350.00 No. in Class: 78 Participation: 3% Enrichment Society Thomas B. R. Christenson II Michael J. Faehner

’06 Class Total: $813.00 No. in Class: 73 Participation: 10% Enrichment Society Stephen J. Hawes IV Yong Peng F. Patricia Scarborough

’07 Class Total: $220.07 No. in Class: 86 Participation: 3%

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ALUMNI from our many graduate degree programs made financial commitments to help the college continue to be an institution of excellence. Names are listed for gifts of $100 and up. Loyalty Society members are recognized online.

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’08 Class Total: $2,730.00 No. in Class: 84 Participation: 8% Trusler Society David F. Pressly Enrichment Society Scott A. Bowman Daniel J. Glassman Ricardo Sarmiento Joseph R. Worst

’09 Class Total: $575.00 No. in Class: 110 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Jordan D. August Sarah Z. Collins Mitchell W. Goldberg Christopher A. Pavilonis

’10 Class Total: $210.50 No. in Class: 96 Participation: 2% Enrichment Society Robert J. Braxton

’11 Class Total: $550.00 No. in Class: 101 Participation: 7% Enrichment Society Elizabeth C. Berretta William C. Brown Elizabeth M. Nelson James A. Nelson, Jr.

’98 Class Total: $163.00 No. in Class: 8 Participation: 13% Enrichment Society Hua Chen

’12 Class Total: $200.00 No. in Class: 113 Participation: 3% Enrichment Society Adam J. Smith

’13 Class Total: $1,345.00 No. in Class: 97 Participation: 6% Enrichment Society Frank Comparetto III David M. Sams Ivanela R. Vasileva Edward A. Waters

’14 Class Total: $100.00 No. in Class: 86 Participation: 1% Enrichment Society Jonathan K. Hagan, Jr.

’15 Class Total: $179.85 No. in Class: 87 Participation: 1% Enrichment Society Christopher C. Weeg

Please report any corrections to the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs at development@ law.ufl.edu or (352) 273-0640.

’11 Class Total: $300.00 No. in Class: 12 Participation: 8% Enrichment Society Byron D. Flagg

’03 Class Total: $5,000.00 No. in Class: 12 Participation: 8% Founders Society - Silver Jorge F. Ramirez

Please report any corrections to the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs at development@ law.ufl.edu or (352) 273-0640.

LAW CENTER ASSOCIATION, INC Oscar Sanchez, Chair, JD 82 Scott Hawkins, Vice-Chair, JD 83 Jo Thacker, Secretary, JD 87 David Bowers, Assistant Secretary, LLMT 81 Dennis Calfee, Treasurer, LLMT 75 Richie Comiter, Assistant Treasurer, JD 80, LLMT 81 Michael Minton, Immediate Past Chair, JD 81, LLMT 82 ACTIVE MEMBERS J. Carter Andersen, JD 98 John C. Bales, JD 82 Michael A. Bedke, JD 84 David L. Bilsker, JD 90 Jeffery A. Boone, JD 82 John C. Bovay, JD 82, LLMT 88 David E. Bowers, LLMT 81 William A. Boyles, JD 76, LLMT 78 Carol M. Brewer, JD 79 Dennis A. Calfee, LLMT 75 Martha L. Cochran, JD 73 Richard B. Comiter, JD 80, LLMT 81 Patrick S. Cousins, JD 89 Lauren Y. Detzel, JD 77 Edward Downey, JD 84 Mayanne Downs, JD 87 Karen C. Dyer, JD 87 Ladd H. Fassett, JD 79 Andrew Fawbush, JD 74 Jeffrey D. Feldman, JD 81 James A. Gale, JD 83 Betsy E. Gallagher, JD 76 Jonathan D. Gerber, JD 93 Courtney K. Grimm, JD 92 Jack O. Hackett II, JD 79 Scott G. Hawkins, JD 83 Frederick A. Hazouri, JD 67 Ben H. Hill III, JD 65 Charlene E. Honeywell, JD 81 Marcia M. Howard, JD 90 Gary W. Huston, LLMT 94 Thomas R. Julin, JD 81 Lawrence Keefe, JD 86 Nelly N. Khouzam, JD 81 Nicole C. Kibert, JD 03 Mark Wayne Klingensmith, JD 85 Ian R. Leavengood, JD 00 Paul R. Linder, JD 82 Warren W. Lindsey, JD 79 Bill McCollum, JD 68 Manuel Menendez Jr., JD 72 Michael D. Minton, JD 81, LLMT 82 Lewis W. Murphy, JD 91 Louis Nostro, JD 82 Rahul Patel, JD 97 David H. Peek, JD 78, LLMT 79 Hugh W. Perry, JD 86 Gary L. Printy, JD 82 Oscar A. Sanchez, JD 82 William J. Schifino, JD 85 John J. Scroggin, JD 77, LLMT 79 Richard C. Smith, JD 87 Michael W. Smith, JD 85 Hans G. Tanzler, JD 76, LLMT 77 Jeanne T. Tate, JD 81 Donald R. Tescher, JD 69 Laura J. Thacker, JD 87 Glenn Jerrold Waldman, JD 83 Gregory S. Weiss, JD 98 Guy E. Whitesman, LLMT 85 EX-OFFICIO University of Florida President W. Kent Fuchs UF Law Professor Dennis A. Calfee, LLMT 75 UF Law Dean Laura A. Rosenbury Rebecca Brock, Law Alumni Council President, JD 98 LAW ALUMNI COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2015-2016 Rebecca Brock, President, JD 98 Robert Thornburg, President-Elect, JD 02 Theo Kypreos, Secretary, JD 02 Brian Burgoon, Immediate Past President, JD 97

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BOOK AWARDS HONOR TOP STUDENTS in each course while providing unrestricted Annual Fund support for UF Law students, student organizations, faculty and programs.

ADOPTION LAW • Jeanne T. Tate, P.A.

EVIDENCE • GrayRobinson, P.A. (ENDOWED)

ADVANCED BANKRUPTCY • Stichter, Riedel, Blain & Postler, P.A.

FEDERAL COURTS • F. Wallace Pope Jr.

ADVANCED CONSTITUTIONAL LAW • Carter Andersen, Bush Ross In Honor of Professor Sharon Rush

FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE LAW • Cathy and Larry Sellers

ADVANCED TRIAL PRACTICE • Murphy & Walker, P.L. AMERICAN LEGAL THOUGHT • In Memory of the Hon. R. Grable Stoutamire APPELLATE ADVOCACY • Gary Lee Printy • Hicks, Porter, Ebenfeld & Stein, P.A. CONFLICT OF LAW • Oscar A. Sanchez CONSERVATION CLINIC • Alton & Kathleen Lightsey CONSTITUTIONAL LAW • Phi Delta Theta In Memory of Daniel Galfond CORPORATE TAX I • Jerald David August In Memory of Professor James Jackson Freeland • Robert Glennon CORPORATIONS • Brian D. Burgoon CREDITORS’ REMEDIES & BANKRUPTCY • Jeffrey W. Warren • Ian Leavengood In Memory of Richard T. Leavengood CRIMINAL CLINIC – PUBLIC DEFENDER CLINIC • The Hon. W. Fred Turner Memorial (ENDOWED) CRIMINAL LAW • Harris Guidi Rosner Dunlap & Rudolph, P.A. DEFERRED COMPENSATION, QUALIFIED PLANS (LL.M.) • Michael & Honi V. Abbott ELDER LAW • Jennifer and Theo Kypreos EMPLOYMENT LAW • Allen, Norton & Blue P.A. (ENDOWED) EMINENT DOMAIN • Harris, Harris, Bauerle & Sharma ENTREPRENEURSHIP • Jack and Leslie Bovay In Honor of Chuck Bovay, W. Henry Barber Jr. & Keith C. Austin ESTATE PLANNING • Edward F. Koren (ENDOWED) ESTATE PLANNING (LL.M.) • Donald R. Tescher ESTATES & TRUSTS • Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, P.A. • Brian M. O’Connell (ENDOWED) • Bruce H. Bokor

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FLORIDA CONSTITUTIONAL LAW • Alex Sink & Bob Bolt In Honor of Bill McBride (ENDOWED) FLORIDA LAND USE LAW • In Honor of Marietta M. Smith INCOME TAXATION • Harper Meyer LLP INCOME TAXATION OF TRUSTS & ESTATES (LL.M.) • Terrence Dariotis, Heath Dedmond & Stacy Kenyon INSURANCE LAW • Lee D. Gunn, IV INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY • Robert Houpt Thornburg INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION • Feldman Gale, P.A. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TRANSACTIONS • John C. Bierley (ENDOWED) INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CRIMES • In Honor of Professor Fletcher N. Baldwin by the 1966 Moot Court Team LABOR LAW • Fisher & Phillips, LLP In Memory of Rebecca Jakubcin (ENDOWED) LAND USE PLANNING AND CONTROL • Lewis and Linda Shelley In Honor of John DeGrove LAW & ECONOMICS • Taylor K. Rose, The West River Group, Inc. LAW REVIEW • Lowndes Drosdick Doster Kantor & Reed and Hal Kantor (ENDOWED) • Mandell and Joyce Glicksberg & Brian and Joan O’Connell (ENDOWED) • Shook Hardy & Bacon (ENDOWED) • Williams Parker Harrison Dietz & Getzen & Mark O. Bagnall (ENDOWED) • Alan M. Gerlach and Gunster Law Firm (ENDOWED) • Jacqueline R. Griffin, Established by her Friends (ENDOWED)

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW • James E. Thomison MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS • The Purcell Family MOOT COURT • William J. Schifino, Jr. PRETRIAL PRACTICE LAW • Rebecca L. Brock PROCEDURES IN TAX FRAUD CASES (LL.M.) • A. Brian Phillips PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY & THE LEGAL PROFESSION • Dean Mead In Memory of Andy Fredricks (ENDOWED) • Hill, Ward & Henderson, P.A. • Robert A. Rush, P.A. PROPERTY • Professor Emeritus Mandell Glicksberg Established by Andrew C. Hall & James A. Hauser (ENDOWED) • Michael A. Bedke & DLA Piper REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS • Jack and Mary Hackett SECURITIES REGULATION • Daniel Aronson STATE AND LOCAL TAXATION (LL.M.) • Ausley & McMullen, P.A. TAXATION OF GRATUITOUS TRANSFERS • Richard H. Simons Charitable Trust (ENDOWED) TORTS • Gerald Schackow and Schackow & Mercadante TRADEMARK LAW • Lott & Fischer, PL TRIAL PRACTICE • Bill Bone • Coker, Schickel, Sorenson, Posgay, Camerlengo and Iracki • Jeffrey Boone, Steve Boone & Caroline Boone In Honor of E.G. “Dan” Boone • Liles, Gavin & George, P.A. • Milton, Leach, Whitman, D’Andrea, & Eslinger, P.A. • Monte J. Tillis Jr. Memorial (ENDOWED)

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UNINCORPORATED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES • William A. Weber WATER LAW • de la Parte & Gilbert, P.A. In Memory of Louis de la Parte, Jr.

LEGAL WRITING • Benjamin F. Diamond In Honor of Judge Emmett Ripley Cox

WHITE COLLAR CRIME • In Honor of Charles P. Pillans, III (ENDOWED)

MEDIA LAW • Thomas & LoCicero PL

WORKERS’ COMPENSATION & OTHER EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS • Rosenthal, Levy, Simon & Ryles, P.A.

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