In the Winter 1996 issue of FSU Law alumni magazine, Professor John Yetter was interviewed about his recent speech to the Florida Conference of Circuit Judges in Palm Beach, where he gave a short exam based on questions that arose during the O.J. Simpson trial. Yetter, a scholar of criminal law, also lectured to nearly 200 appellate judges in Jacksonville. “Some of the most interesting things about the trial involved the way the lawyers and judge related to each other, and the small legal issues that resulted from that interplay,” Yetter said. Also in 1996, the College of Law’s Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law and the Environmental Law Society hosted the National Association of Environmental Law Societies Conference. The annual conference included panel discussions and presentations by the nation’s foremost environmental law experts. FSU College of Law and the international law community lost a giant in August of 1996, when Professor Richard B. Lillich passed away. Lillich was recognized as one of the early leaders in the international human rights law movement and published more than 30 books and many articles. Today, FSU Law hosts an annual Richard B. Lillich Memorial Lecture in his honor.