Donna Coker recently published her article "Addressing the Real World of Racial Injustice in the Criminal Justice System" in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology. Before joining the University of Miami faculty in 1995, Professor Coker practiced law with a major west coast law firm and taught domestic violence law at Stanford Law School and Santa Clara School of Law. She served as Academic Associate Dean at Miami Law from 2005–2009. She has taught criminal law, evidence, domestic violence, family law, wrongful convictions and other advanced criminal justice courses. Professor Coker's scholarship focuses on criminal law, gender and inequality. She is a nationally recognized expert in domestic violence law and policy.Professor
Felix Mormann participated in the Sabin Colloquium on Innovative Environmental Law Scholarship at Columbia Law School. The colloquium brought together a small group of scholars from around the country whose work had been selected for presentation before a panel of distinguished senior environmental law scholars. Professor Mormann presented current work that explores the role of state clean energy policy in federal and international context. Professor Mormann's scholarship investigates the regulatory and policy challenges along the path to an environmentally and economically sustainable energy future. He teaches in the areas of contracts, environmental law and energy law.Professor
James Nickel recently participated in a conference, "Rethinking Human Rights," at Kings College in London. His presentation was titled, "Indivisibility and Linkage Arguments." He also lectured at the University of Utrecht Law School in the Netherlands. His topic was "Realization as the General Guiding Aim of Human Rights Practice." James W. Nickel holds a joint appointment in the Philosophy Department and the Law School. He teaches and writes in human rights law and theory, political philosophy, philosophy of law, and constitutional law.Professor
Professor Donald Jones's new book, Fear of a Hip-Hop Planet: America's New Dilemma explores—and demystifies—the politics in which the gulf between the inner city and suburbia have come to signify not only a socio-economic dividing line, but a new socio-cultural divide as well.
Professor Sarah A. Mourer's book, Working in Innocence Programs: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Innocence Work But Were Afraid To Ask is a step by step guide through an innocence program.