HOPE

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Elizabeth Fata Carpenter, JD ’16

Miami Public Interest Scholar and alumna Elizabeth Fata Carpenter, JD ’16, seems to have cracked the code for “walking the walk” when it comes to public interest...

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

 

Emely Sanchez, a rising third-year law student who received her Master’s in Public Health in 2018, is spending her summer internship at the center of the pandemic universe. She combining her law and healthcare background...

Leah Storie, J.D. ‘07
Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Leah Storie, J.D. ‘07

What does every little kid want as a gift for the holidays? As an eight-year old in a small town on Christmas morning, Leah Storie, J.D. ‘07, couldn’t wait to get her hands on a new...

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Miami Law has launched the Advocates in Action Program. The recent “Advocates in Action: Racial Justice Leaders” webinar tackled tangible action items Miami Law students could implement now to effectuate change using their legal...

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Hannah Hays

Rising 3L Hannah Hays has been selected for the prestigious 2020 Rural Summer Legal Corps Fellowship.

Selected from 446 applications, Hays is one of the 35 law students who will...

Alexis Bay
Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Alexis Bay

Recent graduate Alexis Bay, an active participant in Miami Law’s HOPE Public Interest Resource Center, was selected to receive the highly competitive Justice Catalyst Fellowship, a...

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Maia Dombey

Maia Dombey, a Miami Public Interest Scholar and recent graduate, entered Miami Law with a determination to broaden her commitment to international law and international human rights....

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

The Florida Bar Foundation announced the winners of the 2020 Florida Pro Bono Law School Challenge on April 29. The University of Miami School of Law won the top honor, the MVP Pro Bono Champion Award, for matching the most students...

Hawwi Edao
Thursday, April 30, 2020

Hawwi Edao (Photo by Joshua Prezant, The Gallery at the Kislak Center)

Hawwi W. Edao has come a long way from her birthplace in Shashemene, a rural village in the mountains of Ethiopia. Now, a...

Prison cell
Thursday, April 30, 2020

Breaking down barriers to legal services is one of the goals of Miami Law's HOPE Public Interest Resource Center. Through a new partnership with Exchange for Change, a nonprofit serving the incarcerated, Miami Law students are using...

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