Professor M.C. Mirow has been appointed by the IIE, the non-governmental organization that administers Fulbright applications, to a peer review committee for law.
The President of the American Society for Legal History has appointed Professor M.C. Mirow to the Stein Book Award Committee for a term of three years.
Professor Mirow has published a chapter entitled “Juan Solórzano Pereira” in Great Christian Jurists in Spanish History 239-257.
Latin American Constitutions: The Constitution of Cadiz and its Legacy in Spanish America (Cambridge University Press, 2015) by Prof. M.C. Mirow is favorably reviewed by Jonathan M. Miller.
Prof. M.C. Mirow has been appointed a fellow at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University School of Law.
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.
Prof. M.C. Mirow has recently published a chapter entitled “Spanish Courts” in Florida’s Other Courts: Unconventional Justice in the Sunshine State.
Prof. M.C. Mirow spoke on Leon Duguit and Property in South America 1925-1960 at a legal history conference Stellenbosch University.
The Legal History Library, a series edited by Remco van Rhee (Maastricht), Dirk Heirbaut (Ghent), and M.C. Mirow (FIU), has just published The Historical Foundations of Grotius’ Analysis of Delict by Joe Sampson (Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2017).
M.C. Mirow has published “Translating into Stone: The Monument to the Constitution of Cadiz in Saint Augustine, Florida” in Translations in Times of Disruption: An Interdisciplinary Study in Transnational Contexts 101-117.