Miami Law in the News Week Ending August 19, 2016

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Wired interviewed Scott Sundby on whether Donald Trump's insinuation that his followers take up arms against Hillary Clinton or her nominees to the Supreme Court is a chargeable offense.

Univision Noticias interviewed David Abraham sussing out Donald Trump’s immigration proposals, including testing for ideological character.

Vice News quoted Mary Anne Franks in a piece about tech billionaire Peter Thiel and his op-ed in The New York Times about his ties to Gawker and comparing the Hulk Hogan case with the federal Intimate Privacy Protection Act.

The Global Arbitration Review quoted Marike Paulsson in an article about Angola becoming the 157th party to the New York Convention.

Campus Reform does a curtain raiser on an upcoming lecture by Mary Anne Franks at Drake University.

The Daily Business Review, in an article on Bolivian mine nationalization, quotes Marike Paulsson.

The Florida Record does a feature on LawWithoutWalls and Michele DeStefano.

The Kluwer Arbitration Blog publishes a paper co-authored by Marike Paulsson about the 1958 United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards and the New York Convention.

CONTACT: Catharine Skipp at cskipp@law.miami.edu or 305-284-9810.