Bringing the Law to Life: Stetson Professor Luz Nagle

This video highlights the teaching style and legal expertise of Stetson Law Professor Luz Nagle. Professor Nagle specializes in international law and international criminal law. Her unique career prior to teaching includes confronting drug lords as a judge in Medellín, Colombia, working as an undercover private investigator in Southern California, clerking for the Supreme Court of Virginia, and pursuing software pirates in Latin America for Microsoft Corporation.
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“Do Lawyers Think, and If So, How?” with Professor Frederick Schauer

Professor Frederick Schauer examined whether thinking like a lawyer is unique to the legal profession at an alumni luncheon on April 30. Schauer is a David and Mary Harrison Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law.
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Bay Game Professor Dave Smith

Dave Smith, environmental science professor at the University of Virginia, discusses the Earth Day (April 22, 2011) event in which seven colleges in the Chesapeake Bay watershed will participate in the U.Va. Bay Game. The Bay Game allows players to take on roles such as farmer, waterman and developer and see how their decisions affect the long-term health of the bay.
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**REPRINT** Blair, Walter, 1835-1909. Latin pronunciation. An inquiry into the proper sound of the Latin language during the classical period. By Walter Blair, professor of Latin in Hampden Sidney College, Virginia. New York, Barnes, 1874.**REPRINT**

**REPRINT** Blair, Walter, 1835-1909. Latin pronunciation. An inquiry into the proper sound of the Latin language during the classical period. By Walter Blair, professor of Latin in Hampden Sidney College, Virginia. New York, Barnes, 1874.**REPRINT**

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