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During  February 2023, FIU Law’s faculty authors and publications were read in 145 countries and by scholars from 556 institutions worldwide. This scholarly impact resulted in 6,544 downloads of legal scholarship last month and contributed to 7,280 total citations to all publications. Here are the authors, series, publications and activities impact:

Our Series and Publications

Faculty Scholarship


FIU Law Review


Special Collections


Recent Publications

Hannibal Travis, The Greek Minority’s Fate in the Former Ottoman Empire as a Human Rights Crisis, in The Genocide of the Christian Populations in the Ottoman Empire and its Aftermath (1908-1923), (Taner Akçam, Theodosios Kyriakidis, Kyriakos Chatzikyriakidis, eds. Routledge, 2023)


February Activities & Events

Cyra Choudhury

Prof. Alex Erwin

Prof. Erwin’s paper Building Better Species: Assisted Evolution, Genetic Engineering, and the Endangered Species Act, was selected as a winning submission in the SEALS Call for Papers.

Cyra Choudhury

 Prof. H. Scott Fingerhut

Spoke on Fourth Amendment search and seizure at the 2023 Teacher’s Law Symposium.

Comments in The Daily Business Review after the Florida Supreme Court recently eliminated the requirement that Florida judges receive ethics training expressly addressing “fairness and diversity.”

Prof. Juan Carlos Gomez

Prof. Juan Gomez and Zoraya Ledesma, along with 3L Jameesha Rock, received the inaugural AALS Pro Bono and Access to Justice Award.

Dean Antony Page

Dean Page spoke with Bloomberg about Ben & Jerry’s and corporate civil war at Unilever.

Prof. Gilberto A. Guerrero – Roca

Prof. Gilberto A. Guerrero-Rocca to Speak at Annual Seminar on Investor-State Arbitration in Lima, Peru.


FIU Law in FIU News

Profs. Mirow and Wasserman hosted and spoke at Painting Constitutional Law: A Celebration of Xavier Cortada’s “May It Please the Court on Thursday, February 16, 2023.



Selected Works