November, 2021

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Health Care Law: Miami Law Students Partner with Community Alliances and Miller School of Medicine on Health Disparities Project

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Kristen Dagher and Lauren Jones

Miami Law's Center for Ethics and Public Service Health Disparities Project continues its work into the fall with two inaugural student fellows. The Health Disparities Project...

Human Rights Clinic Supports Maine's First-in-the-Nation Right to Food Constitutional Amendment

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Miami Law's Human Rights Clinic recently won a stunning victory for the human right to food in the U.S. when Maine voters chose to become the first state in the nation to enshrine the right to food in their constitution....

Students from Pakistan and Uzbekistan are Recipients of the Carolyn B. Lamm/ White & Case Scholarship

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Sabina Akhroriy & Asma Khan

Hailing from Pakistan and Uzbekistan, respectively, lawyers Asma Khan and Sabina Akhroriy are the 2021 recipients of the Carolyn B. Lamm/White & Case Scholarship. They are...

Students Do Criminal Justice and Immigration Rights Pro Bono Work on Fall Break

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Sean Werkheiser, Shirley Grinstein, Amelia Anderson, and Sarah Hanners 

Fall break is a time for Miami Law students to pause, rest, and reenergize for the second half of the semester. For many Miami Law...

International Moot Court Team Ranks Second, Wins Best Oralist at 2021 FDI Moot

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

International moot court team with Paula Arias (middle)

Home to the only International Moot Court Program in the United States, Miami Law has long had an outsized presence in the world’s many moot...

ESLS Women’s Powerhouse Panel Highlights the Truths of Being a Successful Woman in the Entertainment and Sports Industries

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Women's Powerhouse Panel participants

Although some say the legal field is a “man’s world,” a panel of female leaders within the music, fashion and sports industries are paving the way to a more inclusive...

Maritime Law Spotlight: Recent Miami Law Graduates Serve in the U.S. Coast Guard

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Parker Pouser, J.D./LL.M. '19 and Anthony "TJ" Rodrigues, J.D. '20 

Last year when Lieutenant Commander (LCDR) Anthony "TJ" Rodrigues, J.D. '20, moved to a new Coast Guard duty station, he discovered...

Judge Adalberto Jordan, J.D. ’87, Receives Hoeveler Award for Dedication to Social Justice and Public Service

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Judge Aldaberto Jordan, J.D. '87 (in the middle) with CEPS students Christopher Gray, Stephanie Sanchez, Madison Monzon, Haneefah Saleem, Courtney Giebel, Matthew Shalna, Kristen Dagher, & Nicoletta Pappas...

With Focus on Human Rights and Trial Advocacy, 3L Miami Scholar Serves Country and Those in Need

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Maxwell Zoberman, 3L

Maxwell Zoberman can picture himself in the future prosecuting human rights offenses for the United States Department of Justice. In the meantime, he has a whole lot of training and...

Children and Youth Law Clinic Navigates Representing Incarcerated Foster Youth

Thursday, November 04, 2021

Alexa Guerra

When a child enters foster care, they are at heightened risk for involvement with other punitive systems. The juvenile delinquency or adult criminal justice systems often wrongfully ensnare the...

Students Advocate for Investor Protection and End to Mandatory Arbitration

Thursday, November 04, 2021

In collaboration with the Public Investors Advocate Bar Association, student interns in the summer Investor Rights Clinic met with the staff of U.S. senators and representatives to educate members of Congress on critical issues...

Students Connect with Sports and Entertainment Law Executives in Speaker Series

Wednesday, November 03, 2021

Miami Law's Entertainment, Arts and Sports LL.M. Law program again featured an impressive roster of industry lawyers and executives for its guest speaker series this semester. These weekly talks give current EASL LL.M. and J.D./LL.M....

Miami Law Represents at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow

Wednesday, November 03, 2021

Climate Change Conference, 2021

Daniel Suman, an affiliated professor and adjunct faculty in Miami Law’s Environmental Law Program and Maritime Law LL.M. and professor of environmental science...

Miami Law Innocence Clinic Wins Freedom for Wrongly Convicted Jacksonville Man

Wednesday, November 03, 2021

PICTURED L TO R: Executive director of the Innocence Project of Florida, Seth Miller, with Dustin Duty, and Miami Law Innocence Clinic Director Craig Trocino at the City of Jacksonville Pre-Trial Detention Facility....