Professor of Law
Ph.D. (law), Leiden University
Ph.D. (law), Cambridge University
J.D., Cornell Law School
B.A., Boston University
M.C. Mirow is a founding faculty member of the College of Law. He has been elected a MacCormick Fellow for 2016 at the University of Edinburgh School of Law. Last year, he received the Golden Quill Award from the Florida Historical Society for the best article published on Florida history, a study of colonial Florida’s constitutional history. He has previously served as a Fulbright U.S. Visiting Scholar in Chile, a Visiting Professor and Mentschikoff Fellow at the University of Miami, a Kelley Lecturer at Davidson College, and a Golieb Fellow at NYU. Mirow is on the Board of Editors of the Law and History Review and the Advisory Board of the American Journal of Legal History. He serves as a co-editor of the series Studies in the History of Private Law (Brill/Nijhoff). He is a member of the Florida bar and a Corresponding Member of the Instituto de Investigaciones de Historia del Derecho in Buenos Aires.
Latin American Constitutions: The Constitution of Cádiz and its Legacy in Spanish America (Cambridge University Press, 2015).
Florida’s First Constitution: The Constitution of Cádiz (Carolina Academic Press, 2012).
Latin American Law: A History of Private Law and Institutions in Spanish America (University of Texas Press, 2004, paperback 2009).