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The Good Fortune of Eugene Brigham

It was probably the simplest calculation Eugene Brigham would ever do. There were two lines that day at the University of Miami. One was to register for law school. The other, for business school. This was the mid-1950s. Law school was an established path. Business school? Newfangled and untried. The law school line was long, and Brigham was in it. But the business school line “was a little ole short line,” says Brigham, in his honeyed southern drawl. For a

Public Policy Research Center conference to honor former Warrington dean

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The Robert F. Lanzillotti Public Policy Research Center will host “Cartels: A Conference in Honor of Robert F. Lanzillotti” on March 1-2 at the Holland Law Center at UF’s Levin College of Law. Dr. Lanzillotti, who served as Warrington’s dean from 1969 to 1987, will deliver the keynote address, “Cartels and Cartel Detection: An Empirical View.” Cartels are cooperative arrangements among industry suppliers designed to further their mutual interests. “Dr. Lanzillotti is being honored both for his