Angel Sanchez
Monday, April 29, 2019

Angel Sanchez, 2L

Angel Sanchez may be the poster child for the overextended 2L. Sanchez juggles a full load of classes, works in Miami Law's Innocence Clinic, advocates against felony...

Theresa Pinto
Monday, April 29, 2019

Theresa Pinto

The path from the sex life of fungi to law school is hardly traditional.

But “non-traditional” may be the best way to describe second-year J.D. student Theresa Pinto.


Sanjana Palla
Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Sanjana Palla, 3L

Sanjana Palla is fierce, and she comes from ferocious.

Her mother, Prasanna, made the decision to uproot her daughter and husband from their home in Hyderabad, a tech hub...

3L Stephen Caines and 2L Talia Boiangin
Tuesday, April 23, 2019

3L Stephen Caines and 2L Talia Boiangin

When 3L Stephen Caines and 2L Talia Boiangin accepted positions in the Access to Justice Technology Fellows summer fellowship program last spring, they both...

Angel Sanchez
Tuesday, April 16, 2019

How does a former gang-banging, gun-toting Latino serving a thirty-year prison sentence, the product of an elderly uneducated immigrant father and a drug-addicted mother, go from a prison cell to law school? It was not because of prison, but in...

library books
Tuesday, March 19, 2019

The Editorial Board of Volume 74 of the University of Miami Law Review has been announced. Candidates were invited onto the Law Review because they either placed in the top 6.5% of their class or because they placed in the...

Steven Hollis
Wednesday, March 6, 2019

Steven Hollis, 3L

Steven Hollis, 3L, served as the Ervin Gonzalez Fellow at Legal Services of Greater Miami this past fall. 

The Fellowship is named in honor of Ervin Gonzalez, J.D. ’85 who...

image of notebook and coffee cup
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Here are some of the most-read stories published on Miami Law’s website during the 2018 year. 1. Path to Real Estate Law from J.D. to LL.M. to Professor: Miami Law’s Triple Play 2. Class Action for 92 Somalis -...
litigation skills students who won scholarship awards
Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Miami Law's Litigation Skills Program recently awarded five scholarships to top students who distinguished themselves through their hard work and talent.



Alice Kerr, 2L
Tuesday, November 6, 2018

When Alice Kerr first met Dean Patricia D. White, it was as the bearer of bad news. Kerr was the program manager of a project on which the law school was embarking and Kerr’s department was shutting down mid-way and would not be the ones...