Caroline Mala Corbin presented her article on "Compelled Disclosures" at the Freedom of Expression Scholars Conference at Yale Law School. The article will be published by the Alabama Law Review. Her essay "The Contraception Mandate," previously published online, was selected for publication in the Northwestern University Law Review. Professor Corbin teaches U.S. Constitutional Law I, U.S. Constitutional Law II, First Amendment, and Feminism and the First Amendment.Professor
James Nickel presented a paper, "The Indeterminacy of Human Rights—Is it a Bad Thing?," at a conference at the University of San Diego Law School. The conference topic was "The Status of International Law and International Human Rights." Professor 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
Sarah Mourer, Director of Miami Law's Death Penalty Clinic and Innocence Clinic and Craig Trocino, Associate Director of the Innocence Clinic, recently presented at the 2013 Annual Innocence Network Conference on "How to Prevent Student and Director Burnout in Innocence Projects." Professor Mourer teaches Substantive Criminal Law and is the faculty advisor for the University of Miami Wrongful Convictions Project. She also teaches in and directs the University of Miami Clinical Placement Program. Trocino is an experienced AV rated appellate litigator having been counsel of record on more than 200 direct appeals and extraordinary writs. He has served as the co-director of the Florida Innocence Project from 2002-2004 and has taught classes in post-conviction litigation and federal sentencing.
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.
Professor Donna Coker's book, Criminal Law Stories (co-edited with Robert Weisberg 2013) is a collection of case stories which focuses on the pre-litigation behavior of defendants, raising important moral and cultural questions about human nature and human society.
Professor Mary Anne Franks was interviewed for "Florida may pass legislation making revenge porn illegal" on Southern California Public Radio; she was also quoted in "Legislators intend to outlaw 'revenge porn'" in The Tampa Tribune.