HOPE

Sunday, May 6, 2018

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Kathryn Della Fera, Wilfredo Fernandez & Ashley Gomez-Rodon

Teach for America is a diverse network of leaders who confront educational...

1L Wifredo Fernandez, 1L Julie Hochsztein, 2L Thomas Voracek, 1L Jennifer Gonzalez, 1L Maddie Seales, and 1L Shawn Wilborne.
Tuesday, April 10, 2018

After Hurricane Irma devastated South Florida, the HOPE Public Interest Resource Center, working with Miami Law's student-led Public Interest Leadership Board, was determined to create opportunities for law students to help impacted...

Stephanie Rosendorf
Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Former Miami Scholar Stephanie Rosendorf, J.D. ’16, was no stranger to politics and government when she came to Miami Law.  Before she enrolled, Rosendorf served as a Legislative Intern for State Representative Mark Pafford, volunteered with...

Winning team
Tuesday, March 20, 2018

A pair of Miami Law alumni were part of the team which took first place in last month’s ABA JusticeHack Miami 2.0, a legal hackathon aimed at developing technology-based solutions to address tension points between law enforcement and...

Brittany Thomas
Wednesday, March 7, 2018

In high school, 3L Brittany Thomas thought she had it all figured out. She loved singing and dancing in school productions—she played Tina Turner in The Wedding Singer—and thought she had found her passion.

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Joy Purcell & Kevin Roach
Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Joy Purcell, J.D. ’08, and her husband Kevin Roach, J.D. ’08, have many things in common. Both found their legal calling while earning their degrees at Miami Law. Now, both attorneys work for the federal government and are committed to...

A group of Law students
Wednesday, February 7, 2018

After some well-deserved rest, relaxation, and time with family and friends, nine Miami Law students spent four days over winter break assisting asylum seekers through Catholic Legal Services’ Asylum Clinic. The alternative break was...

Teiya Emenike
Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Liberty City needs Teiya Emenike.

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3L Teiya Emenike

As Liberty Square, the oldest housing project in Miami, inches closer toward demolition...

Nalani Gordon
Tuesday, January 30, 2018

The 26-year-old law student and Miami Scholar is the kind of person who embraces all opportunity. When she was a student at Suncoast High School – top ranked by USN&WR – she captained the cheerleading squad, argued for the debate team,...

Legal Aid
Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Miami Law alumna, Niya Fonville, JD ’08, practices law with infectious positivity and a commitment to serving others in her home state of North Carolina. It takes only a few minutes speaking with her to feel her enthusiasm for providing...

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