FIU Trial Team members Kelly Parker and Daniel Walker performed opening statements to a capacity crowd, during the Trial Team “demonstration” portion of Orientation 2018 and the 1L Student Organization Fair.
At this year’s 1L Orientation Student Organization Fair, the FIU Trial Advocacy Program and Trial Team were well represented, by Trial Team members Jackson Shuford, Elizabeth Utset, and Trial Team President Annasofia Roig.
Associate Dean & Professor Joëlle Anne Moreno to speak on Educating the Law Jury on Scientific Evidence at the Sixteenth International Conference on Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma, Orlando, FL on September 16th 2018.
“El Derecho de los Estados Unidos” (The Law of the United States) 3 day program organized with the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, was a great success.
Karen M. Gottlieb, Co-director, Florida Center for Capital Representation at FIU Law presented on: Has the Death Penalty Become an Anachronism? A Discussion of Changing Laws, Practices and Religion on Our Standards of Decency.
Professor H.T. Smith recently lectured at the Second Annual Civil Trial Advocacy Boot Camp.
Associate Dean & Professor of Law Joelle Moreno has been appointed to the International Advisory Board of the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome.
Professor Howard Wasserman appeared on KABC’s Gurvey’s Law to discuss the controversy over NFL policies prohibiting players from kneeling during the national anthem.
Professor Kalyani Robbins has been recently quoted in an Earther article regarding Trump’s endangered species act overhaul.