Professor Osamudia James recently presented her work in "The Moynihan Report: 50 Years Later," a symposium sponsored by the Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives and at Wake Forest University Law School's external speaker series. She also recently gave the keynote speech at Broward College’s “The Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and Empowering Students Toward Social Action.” Professor James writes and teaches in the areas of Education Law, Race and the Law, Administrative Law, and Torts. Her scholarship explores the intersection of law and identity in the context of public education.
Professor Markus Wagner hosted the annual meeting of the Junior International Law Scholars Association (JILSA) at the University of Miami School of Law recently. The workshop featured fourteen papers from junior scholars from the United States and abroad across a range of international law topics including international trade and business law, foreign relations law and international legal theory. Professor Wagner served as the co-chair of JILSA from 2012 to 2014. He teaches and writes in the areas of international law, constitutional law and comparative law. His recent scholarship has focused on the development of autonomous weaponry and its compatibility with international humanitarian law and various aspects of international economic law.
Professor of Legal Writing Alyssa Dragnich recently published “Teach Them to Fish: Giving Junior Attorneys Feedback on Their Writing” in Washington Lawyer. Washington Lawyer is the monthly magazine of the District of Columbia Bar Association and has a circulation of over 95,000. Professor Dragnich joined Miami Law in 2010, where she teaches Legal Communication & Research Skills, Introduction to Academic Writing, and Writing & Editing for Lawyers.