February, 2018

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Wednesday, February 07, 2018

“Get your passport out and travel,” suggests James Deiotte, J.D. ‘88, a former Senior Partner at Ernst & Young. Since leaving Miami in 1988, he has traveled the world and lived in many different U.S. cities. He has led international tax and...

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

After some well-deserved rest, relaxation, and time with family and friends, nine Miami Law students spent four days over winter break assisting asylum seekers through Catholic Legal Services’ Asylum Clinic. The alternative break was developed by...

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Miami Law offered a week-long course exploring current legal challenges in intercollegiate athletics co-taught by a number of executives from the National Collegiate Athletic Association during the week of Monday, January 22nd. The primary...

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Five-time PGA-Tour-winning golfer Jason Dufner and his agent Ben Walter recently spoke to UM students as part of the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law LL.M. program during Professor Peter Carfagna’s week-long course, “Representing the...

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

As the only securities arbitration clinic in Florida providing free assistance to small claim investors, current and former student interns celebrated a notable milestone for Miami Law’s Investor Rights Clinic -  reaching and crossing the $1...

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Every year, Miami Law’s  Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program visits with the Caribbean Bar Association (CBA) to present customized CLE ethics trainings. This year, the Caribbean Bar asked PREP to include lawyer well-being...

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

White & Case Scholar Sydney Feldman grew up in South Florida and has already lived in Spain, Buenos Aires, and Paris. At 24, she is fluent in French and Spanish. Not bad for someone who grew up in an English-only speaking household....

Wednesday, February 07, 2018

Liberty City needs Teiya Emenike.

3L Teiya Emenike

As Liberty Square, the oldest housing project in Miami, inches closer toward demolition and renovation, the almost 2,000 current...