In the spring of 2002, Professor Tahirih Lee unveiled a new course, Internet Trade Simulation. In this course, students conducted mock multi-million-dollar international trade negotiations online with Chinese students at the Shanghai Institute for Foreign Trade. The innovative course, which is still offered today under a slightly different name, promotes an understanding of transoceanic commercial transactions and gives student hands-on experience in making trade deals. In February 2002, the media, including cable TV network CNBC, called on College of Law Dean Donald Weidner to help explain the Enron debacle. One of the country’s foremost authorities on partnerships, real estate finance and complex business transactions, Weidner had recently co-authored The Revised Uniform Partnership Act. In 2002, Nancy L. Benavides, associate dean for student affairs, moved into her current role. Dean B., as she is affectionately known, joined the law school as director of career placement in 2000. As associate dean, Benavides is responsible for all student-related activities and events. She also counsels and advises students on a wide range of issues. Also in 2002, Professor Jarret Oeltjen, retired after 33 years of teaching at FSU Law. One of the last faculty members hired by founding dean Mason Ladd, Professor Oeltjen was a scholar on consumer and commercial law and established himself as the nation’s foremost legal expert on pawn shops and the pawn industry, writing and lecturing extensively on the subject. His colleague and friend, Chuck Ehrhardt, wrote a “Tribute to Prof. Jarret Oeltjen,” published in volume 30, issue 2 of the FSU Law Review.