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Alumnus and Miami Scholar Student Work Side-by-Side to Advance Children's Rights
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...

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Former Miami Scholar Zachary Ludens Working in Big Law Still Committed to Pro Bono
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...

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Former Miami Scholar and Co-founder of Miami Law ACLU Chapter Still Fighting for Civil Liberties
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...

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Former Miami Scholar Kevin Probst, JD '07, Still Committed to Public Interest Law at Legal Services of Greater Miami
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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Miami Law Student Stephanie Rosendorf (et al) Fights for Tenant and Homeowner Rights
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...

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Law School Building Named in Honor of Laurie Silvers, JD ’77, and Husband Mitchell Rubenstein
Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Alumni, faculty, staff and students gathered at the School of Law last week to dedicate the Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein Hall.  The E building, which houses some of the law school’s award-winning clinics, was renamed in a...

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3L Caroline McGee: From Central America to Miami Law
Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Caroline McGee, 3L, comes from a family of lawyers but it wasn’t until McGee worked with the underserved in Central America that she was inspired to go to law school.

McGee received her B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature from...

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Miami Scholars Public Interest Program Kicks off the Year at Welcome Luncheon
Friday, September 11, 2015

The Miami Scholars Public Interest Program  kicked off the year with a welcome luncheon, featuring 46 Miami Scholars and Assistant Dean Marni Lennon  and HOPE Public Interest Resource Center Assistant Director Sharon Booth.

Miami...

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Rising Third Year Law Student and Miami Scholar Serves as HOPE Fellow at the US Department of Justice
Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Michael Deutsch, rising 3L, Miami Scholar, and third-generation University of Miami law student, has an innate optimism that remains as strong entering his last year of law school as it was when he decided to attend. “I have always viewed...

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3L Student and Miami Scholar, Nejla Calvo, Receives Coveted Equal Justice Works Fellowship
Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Nejla Calvo

Third year law student Nejla Calvo was recently selected to receive a prestigious fellowship from Equal Justice Works, the nation’s premier nonprofit focused on placing attorneys in public interest law...

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