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2010 Press Releases


Florida State Law students help publish inaugural volume of Florida Health Law Journal

Mar 01, 2010

TALLAHASSEE — In cooperation with the Florida State University College of Law, The Florida Bar Health Law Section has published the first volume of a new journal. The Florida Health Law Journal was designed to be the health care law journal for Florida  lawyers. The inaugural volume presents timely and highly relevant articles by Florida  health lawyers.

Law school alumnus James M. “Chet” Barclay, the publication’s founding editorin­chief and former chair of the Health Law Section, serves as a section liaison to Florida  State law students who were instrumental in the publication of the journal. December 2009  graduate Jerry Rumph, from Tallahassee, Fla., and third­year law students Latoyia Adams, from Lansing, Mich., Kaitlyn Bagnato, from Leesburg, Ga., Andrew Marcus, from  Gainesville, Fla., and Roary Snider, from Orlando, Fla., served as student article editors for the journal’s inaugural volume. 

“We are very proud our students helped make the publication of the Florida Health Law Journal possible,” said Dean Don Weidner. “I am grateful they have the opportunity  for hands­on engagement with the work of the section.”

March 2010