David P. Rowe is a criminal defense and constitutional law litigator who has been teaching at UM Law since 1988. His areas of focus include criminal defense litigation, Title VII civil rights litigation, business torts, expert witness litigation, extradition litigation, family litigation and state court sex crimes litigation. For nearly 20 years, Rowe has devoted himself to the practice of law. He was employed by the firm of Greenberg Traurig in Miami and remained there for nearly two years. From there, he was hired as an associate with Holland & Knight, LLP where he moved on to become a non-capital partner. Rowe earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law. He also holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica. Rowe teaches Introduction to Caribbean Law (Caribbean Law I) and Caribbean Law II. These cover the colonial form of government for the English speaking Caribbean countries including the manner in which they became a part of the British Empire, by settlement, discovery, capture or exchange.