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.
Sr. Staff Member Anthony J. Gonzalez discusses issues of
civility between opposing attorneys.
Sr. Staff Member Rasheed Nader writes on the Supreme Court’s latest IDEA decision, Endrew, and its effects on public education.
Sr. Staff Member Lorenzo Arca discusses the constitutionality of the recent strike on Syria.
Sr. Staff Member Azarius Yanez reports on the cutting-edge trial strategy “Psychodrama,” which is a method of therapy that has been adapted to enhance storytelling.
Sr. Staff Member Melida Ortega discusses the Boy Scouts of America and its decision to welcome transgender youth.
Sr. Staff Member W. Taylor Loe explores the Supreme Court’s controversial Citizens United decision and further examines the provocative statement—“corporations are people.”
FIU Law third year student and FIU Law Review Senior Staff Member Crystal Revilla authored As Social Media Continues to Evolve, Online Defamation Laws Remain Stagnant on April 17, 2017 for the FIU Law Review legal scholarly blog. FIU Law Review student members publish works through its blog on timely legal issues from recent or current events. This […]
Articles Editor Jennifer D. Santos reports on federal courts’ interpretations of mixed-motive retaliation claims under the Family Medical Leave Act.
Articles Editor Anthony Michael Alvarez reports on the Wet Food, Dry Foot repeal.