Law and Politics

A willingness to compromise, a gentleman’s code of civic virtue and service, and a commitment to the collective good of the country are characteristics that defined the 39 brave men who, on Sept. 17, 1787, penned their names to the final draft of the document that changed the United States, according to a constitutional specialist.

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Former NFL player enters the Georgia Senate race

A University of Miami political scientist shares his insight about former University of Georgia standout Herschel Walker running for office.

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Former NFL player enters the Georgia Senate race

A University of Miami political scientist shares his insight about former University of Georgia standout Herschel Walker running for office.

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Former NFL player enters the Georgia Senate race

A University of Miami political scientist shares his insight about former University of Georgia standout Herschel Walker running for office.

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Former NFL player enters the Georgia Senate race

A University of Miami political scientist shares his insight about former University of Georgia standout Herschel Walker running for office.

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What SCOTUS’ decision not to block the Texas abortion law means

University of Miami scholars analyze the high court’s narrowly decided opinion on the nation’s most restrictive abortion law yet.

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What SCOTUS’ decision not to block the Texas abortion law means

University of Miami scholars analyze the high court’s narrowly decided opinion on the nation’s most restrictive abortion law yet.

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What SCOTUS’ decision not to block the Texas abortion law means

University of Miami scholars analyze the high court’s narrowly decided opinion on the nation’s most restrictive abortion law yet.

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Does the US have leverage in restricting Taliban access to assets?

University of Miami law and finance experts assess whether the U.S. holds bargaining power with the Taliban regime by restricting access to billions of dollars of international assets pertaining to Afghanistan.

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Does the US have leverage in restricting Taliban access to assets?

University of Miami law and finance experts assess whether the U.S. holds bargaining power with the Taliban regime by restricting access to billions of dollars of international assets pertaining to Afghanistan.

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New census data shapes neighborhoods, cities, politics

University of Miami demographers interpret the freshest census numbers and assess the implications of the country becoming more diverse and more multiracial, while showing the lowest growth rate in nearly a century.

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New census data shapes neighborhoods, cities, politics

University of Miami demographers interpret the freshest census numbers and assess the implications of the country becoming more diverse and more multiracial, while showing the lowest growth rate in nearly a century.

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Former Notre Dame Law School dean to serve as Miami Law interim dean

Nell Jessup Newton, a female trailblazer in legal education, will steer the School of Law during the search for its new dean.

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Former Notre Dame Law School dean to serve as Miami Law interim dean

Nell Jessup Newton, a female trailblazer in legal education, will steer the School of Law during the search for its new dean.

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‘America’s Afghanistan’ comes to an end

Bradford R. McGuinn, a senior lecturer in the Department of Political Science, examines the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan and its impact on the United States moving forward.

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What Cuomo’s resignation means for his political future

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo was once hailed for his administration’s handling of the coronavirus crisis. Now, after his announced resignation amid a multitude of sexual harassment allegations, his political future is bleak, University of Miami scholars contend.

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Inter-American Health Task Force makes recommendations for improved health policy

In a recently published report, the task force, convened by the Inter-American Dialogue and co-chaired by University of Miami President Julio Frenk, identified five key areas to improve cooperation and coordination to support COVID-19 response and recovery throughout the Western Hemisphere.

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Surfside mayor navigates challenges, tragedy

Mayor Charles W. Burkett, a University of Miami alumnus, is leading the town of Surfside out of an unthinkable tragedy.

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Surfside mayor navigates challenges, tragedy

Mayor Charles W. Burkett, a University of Miami alumnus, is leading the town of Surfside out of an unthinkable tragedy.

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Carbon border tariff takes aim at worst pollution perpetrators

University of Miami business and law specialists tout the potential of a carbon border tax to level the global playing field and cut carbon emissions scientists link to extreme weather catastrophes.

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Carbon border tariff takes aim at worst pollution perpetrators

University of Miami business and law specialists tout the potential of a carbon border tax to level the global playing field and cut carbon emissions scientists link to extreme weather catastrophes.

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Two studies examine how Latin American journalists cope with stress

University collaborations, one in Mexico and the other in Brazil, show that many reporters turn to colleagues and their desire to provide public service to bolster emotional strength when facing threat and harassment.

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Two studies examine how Latin American journalists cope with stress

University collaborations, one in Mexico and the other in Brazil, show that many reporters turn to colleagues and their desire to provide public service to bolster emotional strength when facing threat and harassment.

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Cuban American students rally for country’s freedom

University of Miami students share a common message of solidarity with Cuban protesters who are demanding freedom and denouncing the Communist government.

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Cuban American students rally for country’s freedom

University of Miami students share a common message of solidarity with Cuban protesters who are demanding freedom and denouncing the Communist government.

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Aging condos fraught with challenges for owners, governing groups

Business and law experts at the University of Miami gauge the impact of the Surfside tragedy on the owners of older condominium units and examine initiatives to revamp the policies and procedures that regulate the associations.

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Aging condos fraught with challenges for owners, governing groups

Business and law experts at the University of Miami gauge the impact of the Surfside tragedy on the owners of older condominium units and examine initiatives to revamp the policies and procedures that regulate the associations.

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Cubans demand freedom in protests across the island

The demonstrators, marching in cities across the Caribbean country and in Miami, have also called for President Miguel Díaz-Canel to step down.

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Cubans demand freedom in protests across the island

The demonstrators, marching in cities across the Caribbean country and in Miami, have also called for President Miguel Díaz-Canel to step down.

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Assassination of Haitian president plunges country into further chaos

Haitian-born professors MarieGuerda Nicolas and Louis Herns Marcelin offer their insights into the crisis crippling the island nation.

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Assassination of Haitian president plunges country into further chaos

Haitian-born professors MarieGuerda Nicolas and Louis Herns Marcelin offer their insights into the crisis crippling the island nation.

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