Professor M.C. Mirow served as a Visiting Professor of Law this summer at the Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Mirow presented a series of lectures on legal history and comparative law to PhD students in law at the university. He also gave two academic talks about his work on the French jurist Leon Duguit’s ties to Argentina and Mexico. In addition to enjoying the academic environment in Argentine, Mirow found the cool breezes, rain, and overcast days of the Argentine winter a refreshing change.
Professor Mirow is a founding faculty of FIU College of Law and member of the Florida Bar. He publishes on legal history and property. To read Professor Mirow’s works, visit his Selected Works gallery.