Professor Fingerhut’s co-authored Op-Ed on Florida crime was Monday’s lead item in The Florida Bar News Daily Summary.
Prof. Howard Wasserman published “Appealability, mandamus, and mootness in the shadow of restraints on criminal defendants”.
Professor Manuel A. Gómez, Associate Dean of Int’l and Graduate Studies, gave a presentation to the faculty and students of the City University of Hong Kong about arbitration of dispute related to smart contracts on the blockchain.
Professor Wasserman presented at “The Immigration Nexus: Law, Politics, and Constitutional Identity,” a symposium sponsored by Lewis & Clark Law Review.
Associate Dean Manuel A. Gómez will deliver a public lecture at the Faculty of Law of Hong Kong University on the potential tension that exists between the upsurge of technological innovations in the international dispute resolution field.
Professor H. T. Smith recently gave a speech at the Black History Month Celebration of the Dade County Bar Association.
The Legal History Library, a series edited by Remco van Rhee (Maastricht), Dirk Heirbaut (Ghent), and M.C. Mirow (FIU), has just published Understanding the Sources of Early Modern and Modern Commercial Law.
Professor Charles C. Jalloh co-hosted an academic conference on the theme “The Trial of Hissiene Habre: A Turning Point for African and Global Justice?” in Dakar, Senegal.
Professor Kotey was recently interviewed by The Miami Herald.
Prof. M.C. Mirow has recently published a chapter entitled “Spanish Courts” in Florida’s Other Courts: Unconventional Justice in the Sunshine State.