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Winter 1999


Florida State University College of Law




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Features: • Thomas Gaines leads his firm into the technological future (The 1986 FSU law graduate has been named Technology Partner for Atlanta's largest firm, King & Spalding. Is his assignment a harbinger of things to come?) • Lawton Langford keeps an eye on the Polish democracy movement (The CEO of Tallahassee's Municipal Code Corporation and 1983 law school alumnus hopes his company can play a role in shaping the future of a democratic Poland) • FSU students fight for the rights of the disabled (Christina Galindo and Kit Conrad, interns at the College of Law's Children's Advocacy Center, win agreements with the City of Tallahassee that will make it easier for disabled citizens to get around) • Board of the Visitors hosts American Law Institute guests (William Reece Smith and Bob O'Malley, two of the ALI members instrumental in the development of the Restatement of the Law Governing Lawyers, join the Board of Visitors in November to explain changes) • Annual Report (The 1997-1998 report on giving; Alumni Luminaries: Six College of Law alumni who make a difference) Departments: • Recognitions (Class notes, Faculty notes, Campus Notes)

FSU Law Magazine (Winter 1999)

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