Some graduate to pursue careers amid the courtroom drama. Others, the detailed intensity of transactional work. And others, to take their place at the intersection of business and law, lending legal guidance and support through a complicated multinational maze of laws and regulations, in an international arena.
Drawing on his family ties, entrepreneurial spirit, and legal education, Victor H. Mendelson, J.D. ’92, has played a key leadership role in one of South Florida’s most remarkable business turnaround stories.
Hilarie Bass has always been a top shelf kind of person, excelling with a sui generis brand of curiosity, talent, and creativity with a big dollop of good humor. The Miami-native has shown brightly, rising to head one of the largest law firms in the country.
James believes U.S. courts have been very good about advancing formal equality under the law, but increasingly produce legal doctrine that ignores identity.
“Experiencing a work of fine art adds meaning to my life,” said Urice, a recognized leader in the evolving field of art, museum, and cultural property law and Arts Track Director for the LLM in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law.
James W. Nickel teaches and writes in human rights law and theory, political philosophy, philosophy of law, and constitutional law. Nickel is the author of "Making Sense of Human Rights" and of more than sixty articles in philosophy and law journals.
Professor Leigh Osofsky teaches courses addressing various aspects of taxation and policy. She has published articles in New York University School of Law Tax Law Review, University of Virginia School of Law Tax Review, and The University of Florida College of Law Tax Review.
When Danielle Tamara Gauer left high school, her passion was for the performing arts. And as she traveled the world across oceans, making her way around the Americas, Europe, and Asia—she fell in love with the sea.
Whether leading anti-poaching patrols at night in Bolivia’s wildlands or representing children and teens with foster care and immigration challenges at Miami Law, the 33-year-old has a fire inside her.