By Jessica Beugen Easier said than done. Nervous feelings about 1L year are felt by most, if not all, incoming students. The unknown can be scary – a different learning environment, different expectations, not to […]
by Kéran Billaud This year, the University of Florida is one of only two universities in the state that has a “green light” rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE). “Green light institutions […]
The John Marshall Bar Association (JMBA) participated in a poignant and meaningful philanthropic event this past Saturday, September 26, at the ARC of Alachua County, a center devoted to the mentorship, advocacy and care of the developmentally […]
The following is a “brief” (1:20) video I put together on how to record an interview properly. Unless you are at a Gators football game, in South Florida getting a sound-byte from an actual hurricane, or […]
The following chart is based on information found in A Citizen’s Guide, provided by the Brechner Center for Freedom of Information.