LECTURE

Monday, November 5, 2012

Although Florida law requires that judicial races in Florida be nonpartisan, three Florida Supreme Court justices who are on the ballot this year are opposed by conservatives who have accused the judges of showing a liberal bent in some of...

Monday, October 8, 2012

Some choices, casually decided, can have disastrous consequences on careers and entire lives – a point driven home during a Miami Law panel discussion on the juvenile justice system.

Sponsored by two student organizations –...

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

"America doesn't hate us, America loves us," Judge Marilyn Milian, AB '81, said of The People's Court, over which she presides, and similar courtroom television shows. "Why? Because it's speedy justice."

Judge Milian's...

Monday, October 1, 2012

A Miami Law lecture hall was packed recently with students, faculty members and guests for an address, the Louis Henkin Lecture on Human Rights, by Professor Sarah H. Cleveland of Columbia Law School. The title of the lecture was "Rights at...

Monday, September 24, 2012

With an artful touch, Mark S. Zaid has managed to combine his two passions – comic books and the law.

Zaid, a Washington D.C. attorney well known as an expert in national security law and freedom-of-information issues, has long kept a...

Monday, September 24, 2012

Wide receiver Davone Bess of the Miami Dolphins, who straightened out his life after getting into trouble as a teenager, will be one of three panelists in a seminar on juvenile justice at Miami Law on Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Sponsored by...

Monday, September 24, 2012

Cost efficiency, as well as social and architectural diversity, are some of the reasons that multi-family buildings are becoming increasingly popular in some parts of the world. A lecture and panel discussion at Miami Law this week will...

Monday, September 17, 2012

Judge Marilyn Milian, AB '81, of The People's Court and Judge Alex E. Ferrer, JD '86, of the Judge Alex show will examine entertainment law, mediation, alternate career paths for law students, and entertainment law from the...

Monday, September 17, 2012

In the string of events staged at Miami Law as part of Philanthropy Week, none came as close to the crux of the matter as a panel titled simply "Giving Back to U."

Presented by the Law Alumni Association, the Society of Bar &...

Thursday, September 13, 2012

The repatriation of art, antiquities and other cultural objects – often plundered as spoils of war, or looted from ancient sites and burial grounds – has been much on the minds of museum directors and curators in recent years, as countries...

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