Topic: School of Law

Faculty Lecture Series: Professor David Abraham

The Faculty Lecture Series continues on Wednesday, April 13 with Professor David Abraham.

Faculty Lecture Series: Professor David Abraham

The Faculty Lecture Series continues on Wednesday, April 13 with Professor David Abraham.


Miami Law's Moot Court Ranked 13th in the Nation

The Charles C. Papy Moot Court Board is currently ranked No. 13 in the country among ABA-accredited school boards. This win is a three-rank improvement over last year, in which Miami Law ranked No. 16 in the nation.

Miami Law's Moot Court Ranked 13th in the Nation

The Charles C. Papy Moot Court Board is currently ranked No. 13 in the country among ABA-accredited school boards. This win is a three-rank improvement over last year, in which Miami Law ranked No. 16 in the nation.



Miami Law Celebrates the Appointment of Professor A. Michael Froomkin

Faculty, friends and colleagues gathered at the Lowe Art Museum on Monday evening to recognize Miami Law Professor A. Michael Froomkin who was awarded the Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein Endowed Distinguished Professorship for the 2010-2011 academic year. At the ceremony, Professor Froomkin lectured about "Lessons Learned Too Well: The Evolution of Internet Regulation," which provided an overview of his distinguished scholarship that spans more than 20 years.

Miami Law Celebrates the Appointment of Professor A. Michael Froomkin

Faculty, friends and colleagues gathered at the Lowe Art Museum on Monday evening to recognize Miami Law Professor A. Michael Froomkin who was awarded the Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein Endowed Distinguished Professorship for the 2010-2011 academic year. At the ceremony, Professor Froomkin lectured about "Lessons Learned Too Well: The Evolution of Internet Regulation," which provided an overview of his distinguished scholarship that spans more than 20 years.



JD/MBA Student Puts Interdisciplinary Studies to the Test and Wins ACG Cup

After a successful win at last week's ACG Cup competition, sponsored by the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Jarred Leibner knows his decision to pursue a JD/MBA was well played.

JD/MBA Student Puts Interdisciplinary Studies to the Test and Wins ACG Cup

After a successful win at last week's ACG Cup competition, sponsored by the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), Jarred Leibner knows his decision to pursue a JD/MBA was well played.




2011 UM Alumni Association Honors Outstanding Accomplishments

In recognition of their outstanding accomplishments, the UM Alumni Association will be hosting their Alumni Awards Ceremony for 2011 on April 14th at the Newman Alumni Center in Coral Gables to honor some of Miami Law's exemplary graduates.

2011 UM Alumni Association Honors Outstanding Accomplishments

In recognition of their outstanding accomplishments, the UM Alumni Association will be hosting their Alumni Awards Ceremony for 2011 on April 14th at the Newman Alumni Center in Coral Gables to honor some of Miami Law's exemplary graduates.


Spencer Aronfeld, JD '91

Spencer Aronfeld, JD '91 has enjoyed powerful courtroom victories over Walt Disney World, Wild Oats, P.A.C. Construction, Fedan Tire, and Todel Apartments and has gained international recognition as a lawyer for the people. Aronfeld is a Board Certified as a Civil Trial Lawyer by both the Florida Bar and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Board Certification was established in 1982 by the Supreme Court of Florida. It provides Clients with the assurance in the selection of legal counsel.

Spencer Aronfeld, JD '91

Spencer Aronfeld, JD '91 has enjoyed powerful courtroom victories over Walt Disney World, Wild Oats, P.A.C. Construction, Fedan Tire, and Todel Apartments and has gained international recognition as a lawyer for the people. Aronfeld is a Board Certified as a Civil Trial Lawyer by both the Florida Bar and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Board Certification was established in 1982 by the Supreme Court of Florida. It provides Clients with the assurance in the selection of legal counsel.




Miami Law Student Awarded Skadden Fellowship

Liam McGivern, a 27-year-old Miami Law student from Edmonds, Wash., is one of 28 third-year law students nationally to have been awarded a prestigious Skadden Fellowship, given to remarkable students who have proven their ability and desire to provide legal help to traditionally disenfranchised people.

Miami Law Student Awarded Skadden Fellowship

Liam McGivern, a 27-year-old Miami Law student from Edmonds, Wash., is one of 28 third-year law students nationally to have been awarded a prestigious Skadden Fellowship, given to remarkable students who have proven their ability and desire to provide legal help to traditionally disenfranchised people.


PREP Students Conduct Ethics Training for Florida Association of Women Lawyers

Students from Miami Law's Professional Responsibility and Ethics Program recently presented a CLE training to members of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers. Under the supervision of director Jan Jacobowitz, third-year law students Daniela Torrealba and Casey Dieck used hypothetical situations in order to encourage discussion of ethical issues.

PREP Students Conduct Ethics Training for Florida Association of Women Lawyers

Students from Miami Law's Professional Responsibility and Ethics Program recently presented a CLE training to members of the Florida Association of Women Lawyers. Under the supervision of director Jan Jacobowitz, third-year law students Daniela Torrealba and Casey Dieck used hypothetical situations in order to encourage discussion of ethical issues.




Miami Law Professors Ranked Top Two Commercial Arbitrators in the World

Miami Law professor Jan Paulsson has been ranked as one of the world's top two arbitrators in The International Who's Who of Commercial Arbitration.

Miami Law Professors Ranked Top Two Commercial Arbitrators in the World

Miami Law professor Jan Paulsson has been ranked as one of the world's top two arbitrators in The International Who's Who of Commercial Arbitration.



Domestic Violence Panel Discussion Held at Miami Law

A recent panel discussion organized by Professor Donna Coker and various student organizations brought together local attorneys and human service providers to talk with students about the impact of the economic crisis on domestic violence.

Domestic Violence Panel Discussion Held at Miami Law

A recent panel discussion organized by Professor Donna Coker and various student organizations brought together local attorneys and human service providers to talk with students about the impact of the economic crisis on domestic violence.



PREP Students Conduct Ethics Session for State Farm Attorneys

Jill Martignetti, Casey Dieck and Matan Scheier, students in Miami's Law's Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program, recently conducted an interactive CLE Ethics session over the Internet for hundreds of State Farm attorneys around the country. The two-hour seminar was beamed from the offices of Julie Taylor & Associates, a Miami State Farm Insurance in-house law firm.

PREP Students Conduct Ethics Session for State Farm Attorneys

Jill Martignetti, Casey Dieck and Matan Scheier, students in Miami's Law's Professional Responsibility & Ethics Program, recently conducted an interactive CLE Ethics session over the Internet for hundreds of State Farm attorneys around the country. The two-hour seminar was beamed from the offices of Julie Taylor & Associates, a Miami State Farm Insurance in-house law firm.


Miami Law Student Wins Statewide Mock Madness Competition

2L Miami Law student Nykeah Cohen recently won the champion title of Best Closer at the Mock Madness 2011 Closing Argument Competition, hosted by the Nova Trial Association at the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. Cohen beat out students from various law schools throughout Florida.

Miami Law Student Wins Statewide Mock Madness Competition

2L Miami Law student Nykeah Cohen recently won the champion title of Best Closer at the Mock Madness 2011 Closing Argument Competition, hosted by the Nova Trial Association at the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Florida. Cohen beat out students from various law schools throughout Florida.


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