February, 2020

International Law Expert Discusses Historic Bolivian-Chilean Maritime Case

Friday, February 28, 2020

Keith Wold, Maritime Law LL.M. '17, Claudio Grossman, Jennifer Heller Wold, Professor Bernard Oxman, and Dean Anthony Varona

International and humanitarian law expert Claudio M. Grossman presented the...

Harnessing Community Lawyering + Advocacy + Real Estate Law Skills Help Residents Hold Back West Grove Gentrification

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Daniela Tagtachian, Mysun Foundation Fellow, Miami City Commissioner Ken Russell, and Daniela Cimo

In a 104-year-old church on the corner of Charles Avenue and Hibiscus Street, more than 100 people fill the...

HOPE Workshop Offers Reflections on Gandhi’s Lessons for Positive Social Change

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

2L Gitanjali Howard, Rev. Nathaniel Robinson, Sumita Chatterjee & Daniela Tagtachian

Last year was the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, the Indian lawyer and activist who helped the world’s second-...

PREP Presents at Local Bar Associations - Topics Range from Disaster Recovery and Technology to Cannabis

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Ten Stallings, Katelin Stephens, Tesneem Shraiteh, and CBA President, Paul John Scanziani, Esq.

Miami Law’s Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program returned to both the South Miami-Kendall Bar...

Student Org Brings Last Surviving Nuremberg Trial Prosecutor to Speak at Miami Law

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Ben Ferencz

The question Ben Ferencz would like to ask every single person – lawyer and laypeople alike -- at the end of every day is this: what did you do to improve the lives of mankind today?


The Rise of International Arbitration Discussed at 6th Annual White & Case Lecture

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Carolyn Lamm, Dean Anthony Varona, Gabrielle Kaufmann Kohler & Jonathan Hamilton

Miami Law’s International Arbitration Institute, in collaboration with the Miami Law International Moot Court Board,...

Investor Rights Clinic Students Argue Case in New Arbitration Proceeding

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Sarah Lilly (2L), Arda Barlas (2L), and Katie Black (2L) argued a FINRA arbitration case in the Fall 2019 semester

When Thomas and Joanne Colgan lost their retirement savings in a fraudulent investment...

Once Again ‘A’ Rankings for Trial Advocacy, International, Public Policy and Top-5 for Diversity

Tuesday, February 11, 2020



Pictured PreLaw magazine winter 2020 with Miami Law’s Paula Arias (R) and 3L Natalia Jaramillo (L) on the cover.

The PreLaw Magazine Winter 2020 issue has once again given...

2L Works at eBay and Baker McKenzie Via Law in Technology Diversity Collaborative

Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Michael Bailey, 2L

Last summer, Miami Law student Michael Bailey, 2L, participated in the 2019 Law in Technology Diversity Collaborative, a first-of-its-kind cross-company summer associate program.


As International Law Hub, Miami Law Hosts Corporate Counsel Seminar on Agility and Innovation

Tuesday, February 04, 2020

University of Miami School of Law, the only school to be part of the Juncadella Corporate Counsel Group (JCCG), hosted JCCG’s 11th biannual seminar on February 13, 2020 “Agility and Innovation for Corporate Counsel.” The proceeds...

Best Out of 40 Teams, Miami Law Wins at Tulane Baseball Arbitration Competition

Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Julianna Rubin, 2L

Miami Law’s team of Julianna Rubin and Nicholas Mucerino, both 2Ls, took home best oral advocacy in the Tulane Baseball Arbitration Competition. They beat out 40 teams and over 100...

Miami Law to Host ASIL Conference Tackling International Trade + Finance Policies

Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Prof. Kathleen Claussen

“Designing International Economic Law” is the focus of the biennial conference of the American Society of International Law’s International Economic Law Interest Group hosted at the...

Innocence Clinic is Often the Last Resort for Florida Inmates Trying to Overturn their Convictions

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Five times longer than ‘‘War and Peace,’’ the mountain of documents—more than 6,000 pages of evidence files, witness depositions, and a trial transcript—arrived just in time for the start of the semester, and now everything was in the hands of a...