News & Noteworthy

Asian Pacific American Law Student Association host Vietnamese Outreach Project

On Saturday, March 30, 2013, the Asian Pacific American Law Student Association (APALSA) at Florida Coastal School of Law hosted the Vietnamese Refugee Outreach Project (“VN Outreach”). The purpose of the project was to provide indigent and special needs Vietnamese Refugees with free legal assistance in the naturalization process. In all, 18 refugees attended the event seeking help with their application for naturalization and advice about the path to citizenship in the United States.

Faculty Highlights - March 2013

  • Heidi Anderson

Professor Anderson's essay, "Body Snatchers," has been accepted for publication by the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law, a peer-reviewed publication. In the essay, Prof. Anderson shows how some highly-intrusive public tracking, like that at issue in U.S. v. Jones, likely should be evaluated under the Supreme Court's physical seizure cases, such as U.S. v. Place.

The essay draws upon her prior article, "The Mythical Right to Obscurity," which recently was cited in the Harvard Law Review and California Law Review. Both works are available here.