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Latin American & Caribbean Law Review


The FIU College of Law Latin American & Caribbean Law Review (“LCLR”) publishes legal scholarship that focuses on Latin America and the Caribbean (“the Region”), and its diaspora in the United States. LCLR provides a forum for the analysis of important legal and policy issues affecting Latin American and Caribbean communities, such as immigration, social challenges affecting the Latin American and Caribbean population in the United States, and policy trends in the Region.

LCLR is planning on hosting an inaugural symposium in October 2024 on Trends in Latin America and the Caribbean, and publishing its first edition in Spring 2025.

Founding Executive Editorial Board

From left to right: Vivianna Tijerino, T. Lopez, Emily Riumbau, Francesca Romero-Muro, and Michal Reich.

2024 – 2025 Executive Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief Ivan Morgado
Executive EditorJackie
Executive Comments and Submission
Executive Marketing and Symposium EditorMelissa
Executive Managing EditorTabitha

Please note that the comments and submission editor position is vacant; however, the email should remain posted on the website. 

Faculty Advisory Board & Research Specialist

Faculty Advisory BoardAssociate Dean, Eloisa C. Rodriguez-Dod
Faculty Advisory BoardProfessor of Law, Jorge Esquirol
Faculty Advisory BoardProfessor of Law and History, Victor Uribe-Uran
Research SpecialistAsst. Director for Library Services, Marisol Floren-Romero