Alternative Spring Break

January 17, 2019 by
Alternative Spring Break Each year the Center for Law and Policy offers students an immersive experience in the legal field by partnering with local leaders to present an Alternative Spring Break Opportunity.  In 2019, participants will get a behind the scenes tour of the Orange County Courthouse and hear from presenters from the Orange County […]

CFLP Scholarship

January 15, 2019 by
Scholarship Impact through Contact with Our Faculty. UCF Legal Studies is fortunate to have world class teachers who conduct scholarship in a wide variety of fields.  From immigration to criminal law, or environmental pollution to drone warfare, even military rulings or psychological issues with child witnesses, if you are in need of a speaker for […]

Undergraduate Law Journal

December 21, 2018 by
Undergraduate Law Journal With an undergraduate law journal, UCF joins a very elite group of universities that provide undergraduate students an opportunity to write on to a journal that is usually reserved for law and graduate students. The journal is a student run publication headed under the supervision of Dr. James Beckman. Under his tutelage, […]

UCF Center Celebrates 10 Years of Service to the Community

December 19, 2018 by
Center for Public and Nonprofit Management former directors Naim Kapucu and Thomas Bryer with current director Deborah Carroll. In 2008, the Center for Public and Nonprofit Management was established as the research extension of the UCF School of Public Administration. Now, in 2018, the center is celebrating 10 years of policy-changing research, 10 years of […]

School of Public Administration Honors Dr. Mary Ann Feldheim

December 18, 2018 by
The UCF School of Public Administration honors Mary Ann Feldheim, director of nonprofit management and associate professor of public administration and nonprofit management, for her dedicated service and support to the school. Feldheim joined UCF as a visiting instructor in 1997 and after over 20 years with the university, is set to retire in January […]

Faculty Research Interests

December 18, 2018 by
Faculty Research Interests Eavesdropping and Wiretapping Statutes Privacy International Trade Agreements

Past and Future CLE’s

December 17, 2018 by
Past and Future CLE’s Save the Date Saturday, March 30, 2019 9:00 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Central Florida Paralegal Assn., Inc. presents Intro to LGBTQ Issues & Florida Law in conjunction with the UCF Center for Law & Policy Download Flyer

Legal Practitioner Pointers

December 17, 2018 by
Legal Practitioner Pointers If You Stand Your Ground, You Open the Door to Criminal History! -Marc Consalo It is well settled precedent that in criminal trials an accused’s prior criminal history has limited value.  In fact, for years, the type of inquiry regarding this topic has been limited to three questions:  Have you ever been […]