Articles Editor Tucker Pryor makes a case for vicarious liability upon a municipality when an officer receives qualified immunity, in spite of violating an individual’s rights.
The FIU Trial Team family welcomes Shannon Crosby, Sarah Fonseca, Kelly Parker, Joshua Perez, Annasofia Roig and Daniel Walker to the FIU Trial Team.
FIU Law student, Molly Brock, turned her summer into a professional experience with the Army Court of Criminal Appeals.
Congratulations to FIU Law Review on publishing Volume 12.
Rising 3L, Brenda Bretas, saves Mississippi man from deportation.
Annasofia A. Roig is interning for a federal judge at the district court for the District of Columbia.
The following students successfully navigated the spring tryout process and have accepted invitations to join the FIU Trial Team: Samuel Basch, Justin Duran, Emanuel Heredia, Courtney Salas, Bertha Santana.
Fall Trial Team Tryouts Saturday, August 26, 2017: Come Join Your FIU College of Law Trial Team
The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), Miami Chapter, recently awarded its 2017 Scholarship in Trial Advocacy to FIU Trial Team member, and recent College of Law graduate, Elroy M. John, Jr., at a ceremony in Coral Gables.
Articles Editor Farosha Andasheva discusses whether preventing individuals who propagate racist, sexist, and xenophobic ideologies from speaking on college campuses is a disservice to the free speech ideals of the First Amendment.