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During  April 2023, FIU Law’s faculty authors and publications were read in 133 countries and by scholars from 579 institutions worldwide. This scholarly impact resulted in 7,342 downloads of legal scholarship last month and contributed to 7,311 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

Eric Carpenter, Normative Words and the Fundamental Limits of Rape Law Reform, 74 S.C. L. Rev. 351, (2022).

Jose Gabilondo, Institutional Credit Markets: Structure, Funding And Regulation, Edward Elgar Publishing, (2023).


April Activities & Events

Cyra Choudhury


Prof. H. Scott Fingerhut

Again been selected for publication by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy  (NITA) for its Collective Wisdom series – this time on how to handle devastating evidence presented against you.


Prof. Jose Gabilondo

Telemundo interviewed Professor Gabilondo on recent changes to the fees charged by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Prof. J. Janewa Osei-Tutu

Presented her work titled “A Cultural Personality Right” Creativity and Innovation is Local Symposium at Texas A&M University Law School.

Prof. Gilberto A. Guerrero – Roca

Spoke in Madrid, Spain at CEA-40 Seminar on “Metaverse, New Technologies & Arbitration”. Hosted by UC3M and CEA (Club Español del Arbitraje).

Speaker at the VIII International Conference on Uniform Law and Digital Commerce, (VIII Congreso Internacional de Derecho Uniforme y Comercio Electrónico denominado).


FIU Law in FIU News

FIU Law graduates earn the highest passage rate on Florida bar exam.



Selected Works