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From Robot Companions to Robot Rights to Smart Farming - 10th We Robot Conference to Canvass Emerging Law and Policy

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

 

Machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotic systems are changing our society, our laws, and our social constructs at breakneck speed. We Robot, the annual, interdisciplinary conference on the emerging legal...

Health Care Law - M.D./J.D. to Lead the Health Disparities Project at Miami Law

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Timothy Loftus, J.D. '21

Timothy Loftus, M.D., J.D. ’21, joined the law school as the Health Disparities Project Fredman Family Foundation Practitioner-in-Residence and Lecturer July 1.

Launched...

Faculty Member Xavier Cortada, J.D. ’91, Honored by Environmental Law Institute with 2021 National Wetlands Award

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Xavier Cortada, J.D.'91

The Environmental Law Institute recently presented Miami Law affiliated faculty member Xavier Cortada, J.D. ’91, with a 2021 National Wetlands Award for his 15 years of work...

Business Law: Rising 2L Connects with Internship in Atlanta at AT&T Legal Department

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

 

Rising 2L Milind N. Khurana

Miami Law student Milind N. Khurana is making the most of his summer internship with the legal department of AT&T, the world’s largest telephone company....

June, 2021

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HOPE Social Justice Summer Webinar Features Two Miami Law Environmentalists

Friday, June 25, 2021

Natalie Barefoot & Kelly Cox

The HOPE Social Justice Summer Webinar kicked off with the recent Miami Scholar Public Interest Program environmental advocacy event with alumnae Natalie Barefoot and Kelly...

Inaugural Class of At-Risk Teens Graduates from First Star Academy

Friday, June 25, 2021

Ronnie Stevens, left, who graduated from the First Star Academy, celebrated with Kaitlyn Casanas, center, assistant program director; and Maria Pia De Castro, program director.

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Immigration Law: Clinic Intern Wins Clinical Training Markus Award

Friday, June 25, 2021

 

Jose Ortega, 3L

The directors of the University of Miami School of Law clinics voted to confer the 2021 Markus Award on Jose Ortega, a rising third-year student, for the exemplary work he...

New Real Estate Law Course Addresses Emerging Legal and Commercial Trends in Construction Projects

Friday, June 25, 2021

 

This Spring Miami Law expanded its Real Property LL.M. construction curriculum with the successful new course “Emerging Legal and Commercial Trends in Construction Projects.”

As a member of the esteemed Real...

May, 2021

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International Arbitration Alumni Feature: Somya Priyadarshini, LL.M. ’19, Senior Associate, MRP Advisory, Dubai, UAE

Thursday, May 27, 2021

 

Somya Priyadarshini, LL.M. '19

Name: Somya Priyadarshini

Country of Origin: India

Year of LL.M.: 2019

Law School(s) attended: Chanakya National Law University,...

J.D. '10, Executive Director of New York International Arbitration Center, Profiled by ArbitralWomen

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

 Pictured L to R: the 2009 Miami Law Vis Moot team with Diogo Pereira, J.D. ’10, Anna Tumpovskiy, International Arbitration LL.M. '10, Kevin Huber, J.D. ’10, Rekha Rangachari, J.D. '10, Professor John...

Children and Youth Law Clinic Student Argues Disability Case Before the Third District Court of Appeal

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

 

Kristen Calzadilla with judges from the Third District Court of Appeal via Zoom

Kristen Calzadilla, who graduated from Miami Law in spring 2021, presented oral arguments in the Third...

Indigenous Alum and First Miccosukee Indian Lawyer Now Assistant Public Defender

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

 

Curtis Osceola, J.D. '18

To look at Curtis Esteban Osceola today standing in court in a sharp blue suit, white shirt, and blue silk repp tie, there is little vestige of the skinny 18-year-...

April, 2021

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Human Rights Clinic Files Submission to UN on Rights of Indigenous Women and Girls

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

 

Miami Law’s Human Rights Clinic worked alongside the global network of Indigenous women leaders, FIMI, and women’s rights advocacy organization, MADRE, on a submission to the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of All...

The Miami Law Explainer Wraps Season Six of the Celebrated Podcast

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

In a year like no other, the Miami Law Explainer delivered the sixth season of the law school's popular podcast where expert faculty dive into the headlines, sometimes to the sound of barking dogs and wobbly internet connections. As we...

Lawyer and Media Entrepreneur Laurie Silvers, J.D. ’77 is Commencement 2021 Speaker

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Commencement Speaker Laurie Silvers, J.D. '77

It was a moonshot idea, and in the beginning, the vision Laurie Silvers,  B.A. ’74, J.D. ’77, and her husband, Mitchell Rubenstein, had of starting a...

Tenants’ Rights Clinic Helps Represent Families Facing Eviction and Homelessness During the Pandemic

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Tenants' Rights Clinic student Hanna Burt, 2L, left

A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, 25% of families in Miami-Dade County told the U.S. Census Bureau that eviction or foreclosure is either very likely...

March, 2021

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Miami Law Alumna Chosen to Serve on Biden Environmental Law Team

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Craig Kronenthal, J.D. '09, and Sara Gonzalez-Rothi, J.D. '09

President Joe Biden recently named Sara Gonzalez-Rothi, J.D. '09, as the White House's first adviser focused solely on water.

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Miami Law Joins Pulitzer Center, Howard University Law, Squire Patton Boggs, in 1619 Project

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

 

The University of Miami School of Law partnered with the Pulitzer Center, the Howard University School of Law and the Racial Justice initiative by the Squire Patton Boggs Foundation and its Deans’ Circle to launch...

Investor Rights Clinic Fellows Conduct Clinic’s First Virtual Mediation

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Yelan Escalona, 3L (top left); Katie Johnson, 2L (top right) and Andrea Ochoa Lozano, 3L (bottom). 

In mid-February, a little over a month before a scheduled three-day arbitration hearing against a...

Next Generation of Miami Law Women in International Arbitration

Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Noozyara Eshaba, Natalia Jaramillo , Arundathi Venkataraman, Ana Sarmento, & Thaís Dourado

This month, for Women’s History Month, the White & Case International Arbitration...

February, 2021

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PreLaw Magazine Gives ‘A’ Rankings to Miami Law for Technology Law, International Law & Trial Advocacy

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

The PreLaw Magazine Winter 2021 issue has once again given high numbers to Miami Law in a variety of areas.

‘A’ for Tech Law

The law is increasingly tech-driven - from the way law firms do business, to the way...

Toy Story 2: Revisiting Miami Law's Alumni Toymakers Extraordinaire

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Laura and Judd Zebersky, J.D. '93

When we last left the Toymakers Zebersky "Lawyers in Toyland," in October of 2014, the Miami Law alums were raising three children, designing licensed toy lines and...

Chilean Lawyer Selected as Young ICCA Scholar for 2020-2021

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

 

Cristian Zannier

Cristian Zannier has been named the 2020-2021 Young ICCA Full-tuition Scholarship winner. Born in Bolivia but raised in Chile, Zannier is the first Young ICCA Scholar to...

Miami Law’s Trial Team Wins Region 6 Finals - Heads to National Championship

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Known for its strong trial advocacy programs, Miami Law's trial team of Ashley Meyer and Andres Chinchilla, both 2Ls, made it to the Region 6 finals of the National Trial Competition (NTC). Hosted by the Texas Young Lawyers Association...

January, 2021

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Jaret Davis, JD ’99, Reaffirms Commitment as Social Justice Advocate at Miami Law Workspace Rededication

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Jaret Davis, J.D.'99 & B.A.'96

Jaret Davis, J.D. ’99 and B.A. ’96, saw 2020 as an inflection point for social justice in the United States. In the wake of the murder of 46-year-old George Floyd in...

Students Hone Social Justice, Public Interest, Criminal Law and Family Law Skills Participating in Alternative Winter Break Projects

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Myles Crandall, Hayley Goodman & Jillian Kushner

During the winter break, over 30 Miami Law students helped to build their legal skills in the areas of social justice and public interest, family law, and...

International Arbitration LL.M. Alumni Feature:  Elena Fontanelli, Deputy Counsel, ICC Court of Arbitration, Paris, France

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

 

Elena Fontanelli, LL.M. '18

Name: Elena Fontanelli

Year of International Arbitration LL.M.: 2018

Country of Origin: Italy

Law School attended: University of...

Professor Kunal Parker Discusses President Biden’s Immigration Executive Order

Friday, January 22, 2021

Professor Kunal Parker

Many of President Biden’s day one executive order targeted turning back the previous administration’s immigration policies. Professor Kunal Parker, author of Making Foreigners:...