David Abraham delivered a paper titled "Immigration and Social Solidarity in a Declining Welfare State" at the interdisciplinary International Matchpoints Symposium at the University of Arhus in Denmark. Professor Abraham joined a roster of distinguished international specialists including Will Kymlicka, Robert Putnam, Eric Uslander, and others. Abraham argued that the neo-liberal assault on social solidarity and other welfare state principles make it incumbent on policy makers, while supporting immigration and immigrants, to leave multiculturalism behind and encourage immigrant integration. Professor Abraham teaches Property, Immigration & Citizenship Law, Citizenship and Identity, Law and the Transition to Capitalism and Law and Social Theory. He has been widely published in each of those areas as well as serving as a frequent media commentator for American, German, and Israeli newspapers and television.Professor
Caroline Mala Corbin's article with Professor Steven D. Smith, "Debate: The Contraception Mandate and Religious Freedom," was recently published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online. Under the new health care law, large employers must include contraception in their health care plans. The professors debate whether employers that object to the contraception mandate are entitled to an exemption under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Professor Corbin teaches U.S. Constitutional Law I, U.S. Constitutional Law II, First Amendment, and Feminism and the First Amendment. Professor Corbin's articles have appeared in the New York University Law Review, UCLA Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review and Boston University Law Review, among others.Professor
Innocence Clinic, Craig J. Trocino, presented an oral argument at the Supreme Court of Florida in the case of Richard Johnson v. Florida recently. Prior to joining Miami Law, Trocino was an Assistant Capital Collateral Regional Counsel for the Southern Region where his practice focused on representing death sentenced inmates in post-conviction proceedings in both state and federal courts. Mr. Trocino is a published author having written on topics ranging from comparative law to scientific evidence and has also presented numerous lectures in the United States, Australia and Spain on scientific evidence issues.Practitioner in Residence and Associate Director of the
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 Patricia Brown says "The offshore voluntary disclosure programs are, as I understand it, about avoiding criminal tax liability," in the article "Is Offshore Tax Evasion Costing Me, You & Uncle Sam Billions?" at Card Hub.