Miami Law in the News Week Ending July 29, 2016


The New York Times publishes comments from Mary Anne Franks on a case where a Florida deputy sheriff successfully claims Stand Your Ground in the killing of a man carrying an air rifle.

The Week quotes Mary Anne Franks in a story about the federal legislation she co-authored banning revenge porn.

Law360 quotes Marike Paulsson on Philip Morris case against Uruguay regarding tobacco regulations decided in an International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes tribunal. publishes a story about Cuba-trained attorneys in the U.S. centering on Miami Law’s programs, students, and alumni.  

The Miami New Times quotes Stephen Schnably in a story about a Miami Beach Police initiative to involuntarily commit homeless people to alcohol treatment for two-month stays.  

The Kluwer Arbitration Blog publishes a piece co-authored by Marike Paulsson on perspectives on the New York Convention.