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Fall 2000


Florida State University College of Law




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Features: • Mel Martinez (Although this is his first elected office, Orange County Chairman Mel Martinez is having a maj or impact on fast-growing Orlando and Orange County) • Areas of Excellence (The law school has designated two of its programs -international law and land use and environmental law- as "Areas of Excellence.") • Steve Koegler (Traveling the world is business as usual for 1970 alumnus Steve Koegler. As legal affairs vice president for Itera, Inc., he helps keep the gas flowing in Eastern Europe) • Ann Marie Karl (Having succeeded in making Florida Citizenship and Leadership Day an official event, 1983 graduate Ann Marie Karl hopes to spread the celebration around the country) • Helping victims of domestic violence (The law school's Children's Advocacy Center provides assistance to domestic violence victims when other agencies cannot) • Moving up (John Antoon is the seccond FSU law graduate appointed to the federal bench, while Michael Rosier has been chosen to lead the National Bar Association in 2001-2002) • Robert Perkins (The Charter Class member suggests new lawyers consider a career in lobbying) • Annual Report (The 1999-2000 report on giving) Departments: • Recognitions (Class notes, Faculty notes) • College notes

FSU Law Magazine (Fall 2000)

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