Talia Boiangin and Jason Kairalla
Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Talia Boiangin, 3L, with Jason Kairalla, J.D. '02

Talia Boiangin is not a coder, nor is she an engineer. She’s a Miami Law student, who is on a mission to change the world using the law and...

Matthew Casbarro
Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Our 2019 Summer Clerkship Program brought four law students to Shutts for an intellectually challenging and professionally gratifying experience...

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Omar Del Olmo, Marisel Marrero, Joseph Vargas, Lietty Mejias

A group of J.D. and J.D./LL.M. students in this summer’s Health Rights clinical course share a similar legal journey with one another –...

Angel Sanchez
Tuesday, June 4, 2019

The fact that Angel Sanchez is in law school is something of a miracle. Check that.  It is a miracle.

PREP students
Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Ten Stallings (center), Shawn Wilbourne and Caribbean Bar Association Officers

This Spring, Miami Law’s Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program students had the opportunity to tackle a...

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...