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During  August 2023, FIU Law’s faculty authors and publications were read in 126 countries and by scholars from 378 institutions worldwide. This scholarly impact resulted in 5,711 downloads of legal scholarship last month and contributed to 7,360 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


Thoams E. Baker, et al, First Amendment Law: Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion, 5th ed, 2023 Supplement.

Tawia B. Ansah, An Open Grave: The Kigali Memorial and The Aesthetics of Memorialization, in IN THE SHADOW OF GENOCIDE: JUSTICE AND MEMORY WITHIN RWANDA (Stephanie Wolfe, Matthew B. Kane, & Tawia B. Ansah eds., Routledge, 2023).


Activities & Events

Cyra Choudhury


Prof. Jose Gabilondo

Featured as an expert in WalletHub’s recent article about High Yield Savings Accounts.

Lisa Davis

Interviewed by LexisNexis on Why Law Librarians Matter: Fostering Equity in Legal Research for Law Students and Faculty.


Prof. Ediberto Roman

Featured on the first two episodes of “Lawcast,” PantherNow’s new legal podcast focusing on local, state and national cases. He joins editor-in-chief Diego Diaz and Emmy award-winning journalist and FIU Law alumnus Willard Shepard. The two episodes discuss the basics of the Trump indictments and their legal and political backgrounds.

FIU Law in FIU News

FIU Law leaps in U.S. News rankings: FIU Law climbed 38 spots to rank No. 60 among the nation’s law schools (No. 32 among public schools), according to U.S. News and World Report rankings.



Selected Works