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Miami Law News Headlines: December 2013

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Miami Law Around the World: Latin America

Miami Law Around the World: Latin America

Join us as we conclude our globe-hopping overview of the University of Miami School of Law's connections across the continents.


Miami Law Around the World: Connections in Asia

Miami Law Around the World: Connections in Asia

Join us as we continue taking a globe-hopping overview of the University of Miami School of Law's connections across the continents.

Miami Law Launches New Semester in Practice in Washington, D.C.

Miami Law Launches New Semester in Practice in Washington, D.C.

The Washington, D.C. Semester in Practice, which combines an externship with coursework in Washington, D.C, will be offered during the Spring 2014 semester for the first time.

On-Line LL.M. in Real Property Development Reaches Students Across the Globe

Carmen Feng of Hong Kong and John Labar of Tennessee

Miami Law's Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LL.M. in Real Property Development Distance Learning Program is reaching students across the globe.

Miami Law Around the World:  Connections in Africa

Miami Law Around the World: Connections in Africa

Africa is also feeling the influence of Miami Law. Professor Vinodh Jaichand took over August 1 as Dean and Head of the Oliver Schreiner School of Law at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Commencement Marks New Chapter for Miami Law Students

Commencement Marks New Chapter for Miami Law Students

In a rite that signals the beginning of a new chapter in their lives, 87 Miami Law students will receive their degrees at the BankUnited Center on Thursday, December 19.

Graduating 3L Kathryn Walker:  A Leading Force in Mental Health Law

Graduating 3L Kathryn Walker: A Leading Force in Mental Health Law

Kathryn J. Walker is what some would call a "no foolin' girl." She seems to embrace life with a special sparkle in a way that so few do, taking on projects and truly pushing them far beyond their humble beginnings.

Rita Chertorivski of Mexico and Ghufran Alqahtani of Saudi Arabia To Graduate with LLM in International Law

Rita Chertorivski of Mexico and Ghufran Alqahtani of Saudi Arabia To Graduate with LLM in International Law

Rita Chertorivski of Mexico and Ghufran Alqahtani of Saudi Arabia are just two of the International Graduate Law Program's (IGLP) students graduating this month.

Miami Law Around the World: Connections in Europe

Miami Law Around the World: Connections in Europe

Beyond its regional influence, the University of Miami School of Law has truly global reach and impact.

Jenna Gushue Turns Love of the Ocean into JD/LLM in Ocean and Coastal Law

Jenna Gushue Turns Love of the Ocean into JD/LLM in Ocean and Coastal Law

Jenna Gushue first fell in love with the blue-green waters off Florida's coastline as a child deep-sea fishing with her family and friends over summer breaks.

Litigation Skills Program Awards Scholarships to Top Students

Litigation Skills Program Awards Scholarships to Top Students

Miami Law's Litigation Skills Program recently awarded six scholarships to its top students who distinguished themselves through their hard work and talent.

PREP Discusses Legal Ethics with Legal Services of Greater Miami

PREP Discusses Legal Ethics with Legal Services of Greater Miami

Miami Law's Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program (PREP) recently presented a CLE ethics training at Legal Services of Greater Miami.

A Top 100 Law Blog

A Top 100 Law Blog

The ABA has released their top 100 law blogs; the list includes Professor Michael Froomkin's blog, Jotwell.