June, 2014

Rising 2L Spends Summer Interning at U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Ever since Tiffany Hendricks was a little girl, her family told her she would make a great lawyer. As she got older, Hendricks realized her family was right; some of her best strengths were talking to people, problem solving, and critical...

Brendan Corrigan Turns His Love of Public Policy and Politics into a J.D. and Master’s Degree in Public Administration

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Brendan Corrigan first fell in love with Capitol Hill as a senior in high school when he served as an intern in the district office of Congressman Michael G. Fitzpatrick from his home district in Pennsylvania. Since then, Corrigan has hit the...

Miami Law’s Moot Court Ranks Top 10 in U.S.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The Charles C. Papy, Jr. Moot Court Board finished as the ninth best moot court team in the country this past academic year. As a result of this top ranking, Miami Law’s team has received an invitation to the prestigious...

During 2013-14, Phi Alpha Delta Tripled Membership with Events that Forged Relationships with Students and Alums

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Phi Alpha Delta’s (PAD) President and rising 3L, Jaclyn Blumenfeld spends most Friday afternoons wrapping up work from the week and planning her Friday evening social events. Unlike most Fridays, however, Justice Blumenfeld (“Justice” is the...

Dedication to Public Service Drew Nejla Calvo to Miami Law

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Born in Bolivia to a Turkish mother and a Bolivian father, Nejla Calvo came to the United States at a young age. After growing up in Rhode Island, Calvo attended Middlebury College, where she was chosen by members of the faculty as a Student...

Prodigy’s Light Shines Bright

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Miami Magazine Profiles Stephen Baccus, JD ’86, UM’s Youngest Graduate

MIAMI Magazine - Miami Law Alumnus Who Put Miami Tennis on the Map Surpasses a Century

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Gardnar Mulloy’s blade-thin frame could endure no more. Weary of the pounding he was taking as a member of the University of Miami’s freshman football squad, he marched into President Bowman Foster Ashe’s office one day and asked if he could...