During the 49th National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) students Jeremy McLymont and Terrod Torrence were there to help make the event a resounding success.
A recent book on judicial review published by the Supreme Court of Mexico contains a translation of Professor M.C. Mirow’s Study.
Professor Charles C. Jalloh has received $135,000 from the Open Society Foundations (Africa Regional Office)
The FIU Trial Team advanced to the FINAL FOUR of the 2017 Student Trial Advocacy Competition sponsored by the American Association for Justice.
Professor Harper and the FIU law clinic featured in the FIU Magazine in the article entitled: A final defense: FIU Law Clinic helps educate lawyers handling death penalty cases
FIU Law once again ranks among the nation’s top 100 law schools, according to U.S. News & World Report’s annual rankings released on March 14. “We are pleased that the hard work of everyone in our community – faculty, students, administration – has continued to put us on an upward trajectory,” said Associate Dean for […]
On March 15, Professor Osei-Tutu will present some of her scholarship on intellectual property and human rights.
At the Great Legal Storytellers 6 event.
The series Studies in the History of Private Law edited by Remco van Rhee
Conference at Texas A&M, March 2-3, 2017.