Innovative Short Courses (1-2 Credits) Taught by Experts from Across the Globe

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(Pictured: NCAA Regulatory Affairs Executive Vice President Teaches Short Course on Intercollegiate Athletics)

Miami Law brings national and international practitioners and scholars to teach unique, innovative short courses (1-2 weeks) in their fields of expertise.

As one of the only law schools in the U.S. to do this, students can select from multiple, short, innovative compressed courses each year.

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In recent years, short courses have been or may be offered in the following areas:


Consumer ProtectionPeter Halle

Mindfulness and Motivating Business Compliance with the Law, Scott Rogers and Robert Rosen


Craft Alcohol Beverage and Cannabis: Regulatory and Transactional Considerations for Industry and InvestorsJason Barker


Disability Discrimination and Graduate EducationSusan Stefan

The Freedom of Information ActCharlton Copeland  

Legal Advocacy and Same Sex MarriageJoseph Tringali 

Evolution of Product Liability in the U.S., Francis Citera

Disabilities Law, Susan Stefan


Selected Problems in Criminal Law and Procedure, Susan Bandes

Introduction to Death Penalty Litigation, Edith Georgi

Comparative Criminal JusticeMichele Papa

Florida Post-Conviction Procedure, Judge Milton Hirsch


Indie Film and the Law, Breyuna Williams

Television Dealmaking in the 21st Century and Motion Picture Financing

The Art of the Deal: Acquiring a Music Publishing Catalog, Harold Flegelman

Music Law, Henry Root and Michael Olsen

Media & Entertainment Law in the Digital AgeJose Sariego


Maritime and Coastal Legal and Policy Issues in Miami, Daniel Suman

Human Rights and Environment, Daniel Magraw


Mental Health LawSusan Stefan

Emotion and the LawSusan Bandes


Complex International Negotiations, Jonathan Hamilton

International Investment Agreements, Rudolf Dolzer

Investment Arbitration, Carolyn Lamm

Law & Power in the European UnionJose de Areilza 


Basic Concepts in International Arbitration, Jan Paulsson

The Practice of the NY Convention, Marike Paulsson

The Presentation of Evidence in International Arbitration, Martin Hunter

Transnational Litigation and European Arbitration with a European Nexus, Sandra Friedrich


Blockchain Technology and Business Strategies, Tarek Sayed

Data Security and Incident Response, Robert Hern

Space Law: Regulating and Incentivizing Private Commercial Activities in Outer Space, Matthew Schaefer

Vimeo, Twitter and YouTube: Online Liability and Net NeutralityMichael Cheah 

Copyright and Trademark Litigation, Vivek Jayaram


Comparative Company Law: U.S.-Latin America, Francisco Reyes-Villamizar

Entertainment Law in Latin AmericaHernán Pantaleón

UNCITRAL Model Law: Fundamental Concepts and Impact on Latin America, Andres Jana


Preparing the Corporate Client for Litigation, Arlene Zalayet

Judicial Writing, Judge Adalberto Jordan and Trinity Jordan

Corporate Skills for New Lawyers, Kevin Doolan

Negotiation Skills, Joseph Harbaugh

Law Firm Management, Leo Staub 


Emerging Forms of Philanthropy and the Role of the Private Foundations in Effecting Social ChangeJoshua Mintz


Drafting, Design and Construction Documents, Ross Altman

HospitalitySuzanne M. Amaducci-Adams


Sports Betting and Regulation, Daniel Wallach

Negotiating and Drafting Sports Venue Agreements and Representing the Professional Athlete, Peter Carfagna

The Business of Sports: The View from the Front Office, Andrew Brandt

Cutting Edge Issues for Sports Law Practitioners in a Collectively Bargained World, Adam Schlatner 

Intercollegiate Athletics: Law, Policy and Regulatory Landscape, Marc Weinroth

More Short course news:

Visiting Professor Kevin Doolan to Teach Course on Corporate Skills for New Lawyers
Spotlight on Art Law: Intensive Course on Artists’ Role in Art Market and Philanthropic Arena
Visiting Professor Jennifer Arlen Teaches Course on Corporate Criminal Enforcement
Visiting Professor José M. de Areilza to Teach Course on Power and Influence
Unique Short Course Opportunity on Cuban Civil Law
Lincoln Center's General Counsel, Teaching Short Course, Addresses Role of In-House Counsel at Nonprofit
Los Angeles Entertainment Lawyer Returns to Miami Law to Teach Short Course in Acquiring Music Publishing Catalogs
Visiting Professor Susan Stefan to Teach Course on Disability Rights Law
The Serious Business of Motion Pictures and Television: Short Course Offers Range for the Hollywood-Bound
Attorney Arnie Friede To Teach About Food and Drug Law
Attorney Arlene Zalayet, JD ’81, to Teach About Preparing the Corporate Client for Litigation
Unique Short Course Opportunity on Cuban Civil Law

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