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“The importance of this recognition to H.T. and me,” says Professor Fingerhut, “is the message it sends to our students — that there has never been a more important time to be a great lawyer in America. And that with passion, principle, and a consistent commitment to excellence, all positive, substantial change so vital to our world is possible.”
Professor Smith is the Founding Director of the Trial Advocacy Program and teaches Advanced Trial Advocacy and Trial Advocacy. Professor Fingerhut serves as Assistant Director of the program. He teaches Trial Advocacy, Pretrial Practice, and Criminal Procedure. The two professors also lead the FIU Law Trial Team.
To find out more about Professors Fingerhut and Smith and the FIU Law Trial Advocacy Program, visit here or call 305-348-8095.