FIU Law Review publishes Barnette at 75: The Past, Present, and Future of the Fixed Star in Our Constitutional Constellation, Vol. 13 Issue 4!
Congratulations to the FIU Law Review on the publication of A Summit on the Future of Legal Education and Entry to the Profession, Volume 13 Issue 3 (2019).
FIU Law third year student and FIU Law Review Member, George Zeckler, authored “The Uncertain Fate of Haiti’s Temporary Protected Status” on March 28, 2019, for the FIU Law Review legal scholarly blog.
George Zeckler* On January 12, 2010, Haiti experienced an earthquake that measured 7.0 on the earthquake Richter scale, occurring approximately twenty-five kilometers from Haiti’s capital city Port-au-Prince. The earthquakes affected over three million people, with death toll estimates ranging from 100,000 to 160,0000. On January 21, 2010, in response to the devastation in Haiti in […]
Blockchain software, like Bitcoin, are computer programs that allow users to transmit information to one another within the confines of a distributed-ledger transaction model. Some blockchain advocates argue that software systems like Bitcoin are shielded by the First Amendment and exempt from regulation under several theories
FIU Law Review Publishes Volume 13 Issue 2 Decanal Issue: Three Years of Decanal Lectures on Legal Education.
Based in the Fall 2017 Symposium, FIU Law Review has published Volume 13, Number 1, Environmental Federalism.
FIU Law Review Member Magdaline Marc discusses whether imposing an age restriction on guns is constitutional.
FIU Law Review Member Magdaline Marc discusses whether imposing an age restriction on guns is constitutional
FIU Law Review Member Josefine Blick discusses whether or not the International Criminal Court could prosecute ISIS for crimes against humanity.