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Tobacco Settlement Helps UF Evaluate Florida’s Youth Smoking Habits

Published: Nov 24th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — New research from the University of Florida shows less than one-third of those who know about the state’s new Truth youth anti-smoking campaign think it will cause youth smoking to decline. The university hopes its research results will help the state combat youth smoking more effectively.

UF To Open Central And Eastern Europe’s First American Law Program

Published: Sep 29th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — Central and Eastern Europe’s first academic program in American jurisprudence debuts next week with the launch of the University of Florida’s Center for American Law Studies.

UF Pro Se Clinic Helps Clients Represent Themselves In Court

Published: Jun 12th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — For a judge, they’re a curse that just won’t go away.

Collectors’ Tactics Can Backfire, Says Author And Law Professor

Published: Jun 5th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — Creditors trying to collect from debt-mired consumers often employ tactics that prove counterproductive to making a full recovery, says the author of a new book.

UF Researcher: States Surge Ahead Of Faltering Federal Government

Published: May 12th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — The 90s may be remembered for the resurgence of the states, not a federal government mired in politics or scandals, says a University of Florida researcher.

UF Researcher: Militias Are Armed, Dangerous — And Educated

Published: May 8th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — Militia groups have the weapons, explosives — and a surprising degree of education — to back up their threats of increased violence as the new millennium approaches, says a University of Florida researcher who infiltrated the movement.

UF Law Student Examines Legalities Of Broken Engagements

Published: Feb 12th, 1998

GAINESVILLE — The engagement was back on! Janis was certain it would all work out this time. She had the rock to prove it — an opulent, $21,000 commitment — glistening on her finger. Roger couldn’t back out again.