Articles Editor Aby Rodriguez reports on the impact of the Third District Court of Appeal’s decision denying Uber drivers the status of independent contractors.
Sr. Staff Member Marisel Gamez reports on recent developments in law regarding data brokers and scraping activity on the Internet.
Sr. Staff Member Yandiel Muniz discusses the rise in use of designer drugs, and laws to combat it effectively.
Sr. Staff Member Marie Taylor discusses marijuana reform in Florida and across the nation.
Current student Kelly Borders ’17 and alumni Janessa Brito ’16 and Yanina Caballero ’16 honored with positions.
Sr. Staff Member Lorenzo Arca discusses the relevance of the Electoral College vis-à-vis Federalism.
Sr. Staff Member Andrea Huerta reports on the Juvenile Justice System.
Sr. Staff Member Azarius Yanez reports on the Reptile Theory trial strategy, which has revolutionized litigation tactics and given plaintiffs’ attorneys higher verdicts.
FIU Law third year student and FIU Law Review Articles Editor Member Rachel Gonzalez authored Cashing Bad Checks on Negative Balances: Using Congress’ Legislative Power to Mitigate the Damage Done by the Supreme Court’s Decision in McCleskey on February 3, 2017 for the FIU Law Review legal scholarly blog.
Sr. Staff Member Rasheed Nader reports on the impact of SCOTUS and the Supreme Court of Florida’s decision regarding the state’s capital sentencing scheme.