Prof. Howard Wasserman appeared on AirTalk on KPCC (Southern California Public Radio) to debate the validity of national injunctions.
Professor Howard Wasserman wrote on SCOTUSBlog about the oral argument in Hall v. Hall, addressing when certain civil judgments become final and appealable.
Prof. Howard Wasserman wrote for SCOTUSBlog on the upcoming case of Hall v. Hall, considering the proper timing for filing appeals.
FIU Law Library is pleased to report the following scholarly impact achievements for FIU Law for November 2017.
Professor Charles C. Jalloh was an invited speaker in three separate events at the International Criminal Court’s 16th Assembly of States Parties at the United Nations in New York.
FIU Law Trial Team win in the 2017 Hon. E. Earle Zehmer Memorial Mock Trial Competition has been featured in The docket our alumni association newsletter.
Professor OseiTutu facilitated discussions on intellectual property, competition, and development in Arusha, Tanzania.
At the Trial Advocacy Program’s recent INTO THE COURTROOM event at the Richard E. Gerstein Justice Building, Trial Team member JOSEFINE BLICK became the third recipient of the Alex Alvarez Scholarship in Trial Advocacy.
Congratulations to FIU Trial Team alumnaSue-Ann Robinson (COL 2006) for her cover feature in the fall 2017 issue of Island Origins Magazine.
FIU Law recent Trial Team champion and Law Review Articles Editor, third-year student Josefine Blick, authored “Combatting the Business of Human Trafficking in the United States through Implementation of the Nordic Model”.