Media Coverage/Press Releases: Health Rights Clinic

School of Law’s JoNel Newman Is 2015 recipient of the AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education’s M. Shanara Gilbert Award 

Presence at Pediatric Mobile Clinic Enables Health Rights Clinic to Provide Legal Services to Immigrant Children 

Four clinical students from the University of Strathclyde School of Law in Glasgow, came to Miami Law to see first-hand legal ethics issues in a clinical education

WLRN - Why Miami's Health Rights Clinic Offers Veterans Free Legal Services 

Miami Herald - Despite progress in backlog, thousands of Florida’s veterans still wait for benefits 

“Immigrant Medicaid” story aired nationally on the Al Jazeera American network

Miami Herald - UM law students dig into healthcare policy to help a patient get life-saving treatment

Miami Law’s Health Rights Clinic Students Save the Life of Undocumented Farmworker

Health Rights Clinic Students Take on Gap in Medicaid Health Safety Net in Florida 

Equal Justice Works Awards Health Rights Clinic Grant for Two Legal Fellows to Work with Veterans

WSVN-TV News 7- Channel 7 featured the work our clinic is doing at Miami's VA Hospital

Miami Herald - Dual Medical-Law Degree to Provide 'Great Opportunity' for Deep Understanding of Both Fields

'Energetic and Positive,' Spring Graduate Kathryn Walker Takes Commitment to Disability Rights Into the World

Clinic Joins Miller School of Medicine in National Partnership

Student, Joel H. Feigenbaum, published the article "Out of the Ivory Tower and Into the Trenches: A Student's Perspective on the Role of Clinical Education in Training" in the Florida Bar Family Law Section CommentatorRead article on page 36

Miami Law Joins Project to Lower Barriers to Justice

New Pathway in Health Law Further Personalizes Medical Education

'Obama's Bill' - School of Law helps Haitian immigrants in Miami apply for temporary protected status in University of Miami Magazine

University of Miami's Health and Elder Law Clinic wins praise in The National Jurist

UM Law Alternative Sprint Break Blog — Haitian TPS

School of Law students help Haitian immigrants apply for temporary protected status in eVeritas

Health and Elder Law Students Secure More Than $150,000 for Disabled Clients

Swain Appointed to Medical-Legal Advisory Council