July, 2021

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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...

Immigration Law in Action: COVID-19 Immigration Class Action Settles

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Pictured Clockwise: 2L Angelina Petrosova, Professor and Immigration Clinic Director Rebecca Sharpless, 3L Olivia Parise, and 2L Jose Ortega

A class action lawsuit of Miami Law's Immigration Clinic...

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....

Manne Foundation Gift Creates Fellowships at Disability Independence Group and the Tenants’ Rights Unit of LSGMI

Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Lesly Pourcely & Mary Miller, rising 3Ls

The Manne Family Foundation recently made a gift to the HOPE Fellows Program to support Miami Law students who work within the public sector during the summer...