The FIU Law Trial Team returned from Fort Lauderdale this past weekend having made their way to the semifinal round and earning two best advocate finalist awards along the way in the 2018 Hon. E. Earle Zehmer Memorial Mock Trial Competition.
FIU Law third year student and FIU Law Review Member Molly Brock authored “Is Space Law Out of this World” on October 8, 2018, for the FIU Law Review legal scholarly blog.
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The year 2018 marks the 75th anniversary of West Virginia Bd. of Educ. v. Barnette, one of the earliest, most significant, and most enduring Supreme Court statements on the First Amendment. Containing Robert H. Jackson’s sweeping rhetoric about freedom of conscience and overruling a decision involving identical facts from three years earlier, Barnette recognized the right of Jehovah’s […]
Based in the Fall 2017 Symposium, FIU Law Review has published Volume 13, Number 1, Environmental Federalism.
Professor Carpenter just launched a new Twitter account, @ericrcarpenter.
FIU Law faculty participated in the conference in a leadership capacity as either moderators or discussants in 20 panels throughout the week.
Professor H.T. Smith appeared as a roundtable panelist once again on This Week in South Florida.
A new volume on Merrick Garland has been added to History of Supreme Court Nominations on HeinOnline
FIU Law Library is pleased to report the following scholarly impact achievements made by FIU Law in May 2018.