MIAMI SCHOLARS

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Sawyeh Esmaili, Catherine Kaiman, and Nicole Pecorella

Thanks to Catherine Kaiman, Practitioner-in-Residence and Supervising Attorney of the Environmental Justice Clinic, two law students, 3L Miami Scholar Sawyeh...

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Miami Public Interest Scholar and karaoke aficionado Carli Raben was recently awarded the Aqua Foundation for Women Scholarship, which identifies emerging leaders in the LGBT community and helps them develop and grow through their...

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Linet Suarez

Who hasn't dreamt of meeting an astronaut as a child? For 3L and Miami Scholar Linet Suarez, that dream became a reality this summer while working at her internship with NASA’s Office of the General...

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Sawyeh Esmaili

It is not every day that a law student has the opportunity to educate the educators on pressing issues regarding the reproductive rights of incarcerated women. Rising 3L and Miami Scholar Sawyeh...

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Whales, dolphins, and porpoises are not the typical clients that come to mind when thinking about the practice of law. However, Natalie Barefoot, J.D. ’05, has dedicated her work to protecting the rights and habitats of these...

Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Mitchell Feld, JD '08

When Mitchell Feld, JD ’08, began his internship at the Council for Children’s Rights after his 2L year at Miami Law, he had no idea that he would be directing the program eight years later. Jordan Gray...

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Zachary Ludens, JD '14

To say that Zachary Ludens, JD ’14, is committed to pro bono work is an understatement. Less than two years out of law school, Ludens has already shown his dedication to use his law degree to help...

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

James Michael Shaw, JD '03

From the radio station to the courtroom, Miami Law alumnus James Michael Shaw Jr.’s engagement in civil rights spans multiple venues.

His interest in defending constitutional rights began in...

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Stephanie Rosendorf loves a tussle, and she even made a sign reading I WANT TO BE A LAWYER in first grade.

Rosendorf, a Civil Rights Project Fellow with Miami Law's Center for Ethics & Public Service, was part of the team...

Thursday, November 19, 2015

There are some lawyers who are consumed by righting the wrongs a client has experienced. They work tirelessly to channel their frustration about systemic flaws into advocacy to improve a client’s situation.

Miami Law alumnus Kevin...

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