Spring 1992 marked the premier issue of FSU Law, the law school’s new alumni magazine. The inaugural issue featured beloved professor Patricia Dore, who had passed away in January. Professor Dore had been part of the FSU Law faculty since 1970, and was the law school’s first female faculty member. “You all know by now that the quality of our program and the quality of our lives have suffered irreparable damage by the death of Pat Dore,” said Dean Don Weidner in his opening letter of the new magazine. “This joyful woman, this consummate teacher, this indefatigable law reformer, this wonderful colleague, can never be replaced.” Since 1992, FSU Law has also hosted the award-winning Donald J. Weidner Summer for Undergraduates Program. The primary goal of the program is to acquaint students with the study of law and to assist them in acquiring skills that will benefit their undergraduate and future law school studies. Students gain classroom experience, learn about the law school admissions process and explore legal career opportunities. Thanks to the continued support and generosity of alum Wayne Hogan (’72) and his wife, Patricia, the program is endowed, allowing the approximately 60 participants to attend the four-week program for free. In 2016, the program was named for Donald J. Weidner, upon his retirement as dean of the law school.