Topic: Law and Politics

Symposium tracks changing trends, forces driving migration

Sociology scholars from around the world convened for a virtual conference hosted by the University of Miami on Thursday to explore shifting tendencies in international relocation and the implications for global social change.

Symposium tracks changing trends, forces driving migration

Sociology scholars from around the world convened for a virtual conference hosted by the University of Miami on Thursday to explore shifting tendencies in international relocation and the implications for global social change.


Support, events engage students in the election season

Early voting in Florida began this week and will last through Nov. 1. Here’s a rundown of everything students need to know about upcoming campus events, from the final debate watch party to transportation to the polls.

Support, events engage students in the election season

Early voting in Florida began this week and will last through Nov. 1. Here’s a rundown of everything students need to know about upcoming campus events, from the final debate watch party to transportation to the polls.



Internet’s immediacy gives political advertising a boost

Social media and microtargeting have changed the name of the game for modern campaigns, University of Miami experts say.

Internet’s immediacy gives political advertising a boost

Social media and microtargeting have changed the name of the game for modern campaigns, University of Miami experts say.



What you should know about the DOJ’s antitrust lawsuit against Google

John Mark Newman, associate professor at the University of Miami School of Law and an expert on these issues, breaks down the biggest antitrust case against a tech company in two decades, including what it means for consumers.

What you should know about the DOJ’s antitrust lawsuit against Google

John Mark Newman, associate professor at the University of Miami School of Law and an expert on these issues, breaks down the biggest antitrust case against a tech company in two decades, including what it means for consumers.




Alumna elected to lead Cuban American Bar Association

Miriam Soler Ramos, the city attorney for Coral Gables, who earned both her bachelor’s and juris doctor degrees from the University of Miami, will head the largest minority bar association in Florida.

Alumna elected to lead Cuban American Bar Association

Miriam Soler Ramos, the city attorney for Coral Gables, who earned both her bachelor’s and juris doctor degrees from the University of Miami, will head the largest minority bar association in Florida.


Early end to census may have implications for Florida

The Supreme Court’s ruling that effectively ends the 2020 Census may jeopardize federal funds to Florida and other states and shift key legislative apportionment, according to a constitutional law expert.

Early end to census may have implications for Florida

The Supreme Court’s ruling that effectively ends the 2020 Census may jeopardize federal funds to Florida and other states and shift key legislative apportionment, according to a constitutional law expert.