George Dawson '69 Named University of Florida Levin College of Law's Professor of the Year

From the UF website:

UF Law’s largest student group has voted Professor George Dawson, the law school’s incoming interim dean, as Levin College of Law’s Professor of the Year.

The 400-member John Marshall Bar Association announced Wednesday that it chose Dawson for the honor thanks to his clear explanation of law cases and consistent attention to student needs.

“I just found he was the most engaging professor,” said Alisha Feldman, the group’s public relations director who took Dawson for her first-year contracts course. “Somehow the way he taught wasn’t so scary, but he really ingrained the information in our heads, the way he talked through cases.”

Dawson, who is traveling in Vienna, Austria, this week with the International Commercial Arbitration Moot team, has been popular among UF Law students for years. It’s the fourth time he has been chosen as professor of the year.

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