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Faculty Highlights May 2010

Faculty Highlights

Full-Time Faculty 

  • Professor Heidi Anderson
The University of Florida Levin College of Law has invited Professor Anderson to present her work-in-progress, The Mythical Right to Obscurity, at an upcoming faculty workshop.  In the article, Professor Anderson argues that demands for additional restrictions on the flow of truthful, public information in the interest of protecting privacy are misplaced because they overstate perceived privacy harms and understate the potential benefits of the increased information flow.  Ultimately, Prof. Anderson argues, scholars calling for additional privacy-related legal restrictions confuse the right to privacy, which exists, with the right to obscurity, which does not.

Bar Foundation selects two Coastal Law students to be 2010 Legal Services Fellows


Coastal Law students Annie Kwong and Travis Sumter are among a group of law students waiting to get a start in public interest law that will soon get their chance through The Florida Bar Foundation's 2010 Legal Services Summer Fellowship.

Since it was established in 1995, the Legal Services Fellowships has provided law students with real-world training on handling a variety of cases that will impact the lives of Florida's poor and disadvantaged.