Founded in 1996, the School of Law's Center for Ethics and Public Service (CEPS) is an interdisciplinary program devoted to the values of ethical judgment, professional responsibility, and public service in law and society.
The Center observes three guiding principles: interdisciplinary collaboration, public-private partnership, and student mentoring and leadership training. Our goal is to educate law students to serve their communities as citizen lawyers.
Staffed by Law School and University student fellows and interns under the direction of Law School and University faculty, the Center operates educational programs in the fields of ethics education, professional training and community service.
Professor Anthony Alfieri and Jan Jacobowitz talk about the Historic Black Church Project.
2013 CEPS Oral History Film, Someday We'll All Be Free: The Desegregation of Miami
Jan Jacobowitz talks about the Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program.
Anthony V. Alfieri is Professor of Law and Dean's Distinguished Scholar and Director of the Center for Ethics and Public Service (CEPS) and Founder and Director of the Historic Black Church Program.
Click here to see a list of all CEPS administration and faculty members.
"City inaction on polluted soil angers residents" at The Miami Herald
"Contaminated soil found in Blanche Park" at The Miami Herald
"Workers drill down for tainted soil samples in Coconut Grove park" at The Miami Herald
"High level of 3 metals found in soil near Coconut Grove park, school" at Newscastic.
Read the Center for Ethics and Public Service Newsletter
Read about the bios, school and documentary film project "G.W. Carver: A Community School"
Read about CEPS Featured in Miami Law's Public Interest Brochure