August, 2019

Students Honored as Litigation Skills Fellows for 2019-20

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Professor Rose, Alec Waid, Brittany Herbert, Devyn Nixon, Gianna Fina, and Jennifer Gonzalez

Gianna Fina, Jennifer Gonzalez, Brittany Herbert, Devyn Nixon, and Alec Waid have been named the 2019-2020...

2L Facilitates Indigent Clients’ Access to Justice as Fellow at Legal Services of Greater Miami

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Kalen Nehler

2L Kalen Nehler recently completed his summer internship in LSGMI’s Health and Income Maintenance Unit where he served as a Summer Public Interest Fellow. The Health and Income Maintenance Unit...

Miami Law Explainer Podcast Returns for Season Three

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Season three of Miami Law’s own podcast, the Miami Law Explainer, returns to the airways on August 16. The weekly show features Miami Law faculty experts giving context, relevance, and significance to compelling and timely...

Foreign Lawyers Learn Introduction to U.S. Law from Renowned Judge Rosemary Barkett

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Judge Rosemary Barkett teaching a class

Miami Law has had the distinction to welcome the legendary Judge Rosemary Barkett as an adjunct professor teaching Introduction to U.S. Law to the incoming class of...

2L Advocated on Border for Women Asylum Seekers with RAICES this Summer

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Katy Gomez, 2L

2L Miami Scholar Katy Gomez came to Miami Law to become an immigration advocate. The decision of where she wanted to spend her first legal internship was easy: on the Texas border working...

Anthony E. Varona First Law School Dean Named to M. Minnette Massey Chair

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Dean Anthony E. Varona, M. Minnette Massey Professor of Law

Dean Anthony E. Varona has been named the first Dean of the School of Law to hold the M. Minnette Massey Chair. 

The chair was...

Law Student Matthew Casbarro Writes about his Summer Associate Experience at Shutts & Bowen

Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Our 2019 Summer Clerkship Program brought four law students to Shutts for an intellectually challenging and professionally gratifying experience. Nearing the end of the program, the students agreed to share a few of the highlights from...

How Being Cuban and Gay Shaped Miami Law's New Dean

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Tony Varona immigrated to the United States from Cuba as a small child. Growing up in Newark, New Jersey, he was the only person in his family who spoke English.