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Fall 2002


Florida State University College of Law




FSU. FSU College of Law, law school, alumni newsletter, alumni magazine, Glenda Thornton, Foley & Lardner




Features: • Community dynamo (Glenda Thornton, partner in the Tallahassee office of Foley & Lardner, maintains a remarkable pace in both her professional and volunteer life) • Going Global (The College of Law launches a certificate program in International Law after making two notable additions to the International Law faculty) • China Connection (Chinese business and legal expert T ahirih Lee leads a one-of-its-kind Internet trade class that matches FSU law studen ts with students in Shanghai) • Fixing the 9/11 intelligence mess (FSU law graduate Eleanor Hill heads a joint House-Senate investigation into U.S. intelligence failures that surfaced in the wake of terrorist attacks) • A challenge to the class of 2002 (College of Law alumnus Mel Martinez, the first law school graduate to serve in a presidential cabinet, asks new graduates to follow the Bar Admission Oath) • Starting over (Mary Pankowski, a former university vice president and 2002 graduate, begins a new career as a prosecutor at age 61) • Bridging the gap between the Bar and academia (Professor Mary Crossley, the Florida Bar Health Section Professor of Law, works with the Bar to prepare a new generation of attorneys) • Summer Law Program (The law school's unique Summer Law Program for Undergraduate Students provides a taste of law school to college freshmen and sophomores from around the country) Departments: • Recognitions (Class notes, Faculty notes) • College notes

FSU Law Magazine (Fall 2002)

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