In 1987, the U.S. House Appropriations Committee approved money for the Caribbean Law Institute, a cooperative educational program of FSU Law and the University of West Indies Faculty of Law in Barbados. The institute was created to organize and promote reform and uniformity of laws in the Caribbean region, particularly those relating to trade and commerce. The Class of ’87 also holds the distinction of graduating both FSU Law alumni who currently sit on the Florida Supreme Court—Justice Ricky Polston and Justice C. Alan Lawson. Justice Polston was also the first FSU Law alum to serve as chief justice of the Florida Supreme Court. Restoration of the first two historic homes in the College of Law Village Green Project was complete in 1987. The two-story Johnson-Caldwell House was moved from its original location on Old Bainbridge Road in Tallahassee. Owned by the late Governor Millard F. Caldwell, the house was placed directly across from the Sarah Payne Cawthon House, mentioned in last week’s newsletter. A third home, the Damon House, was found only three blocks away from the law school, but administrators wanted to find a fourth historic home in the same Greek Revival style before moving the Damon House.