Category Archives: Featured Article

Two UMLR Alumni Published in the Yale Journal of Law & Technology

   UMLR is a family. As such, we celebrate the accomplishments of all of our members. Please join us in congratulating UMLR alumni Alvin F. Lindsay and Paige Comparato for being published in the Yale Journal of Law & Technology. The article, titled Lola v. Skadden and the Automation of the Legal Profession, examines the advancement of artificial […]

Volume 71, Issue 4 Released

UMLR is proud to make Volume 71, Issue 4 (our Eleventh Circuit Edition) available on our website here. For their insightful contributions, we are very grateful to our authors, among them the late Ervin Gonzalez (UM Law Class of 1985), to whom this Edition is proudly dedicated. UMLR also recognizes the dedication of our Executive Board members, […]

UMLR Celebrates the Life of Jay Gayoso, J.D. ’90

The University of Miami Law Review would like to take a moment to celebrate the life of Jay Gayoso, who passed away peacefully on February 15, 2017, after a valiant battle with cancer. Jay attended the University of Miami School of Law and received a Juris Doctor degree cum laude in 1990. He served as […]

UMLR Alumni Advisory Board Member Featured in Daily Business Review

UMLR would like to highlight one of its Alumni Advisory Board members, Peter Prieto, for being featured in the August 29, 2016 edition of the Daily Business Review. The publication wrote a piece about Prieto in its “Profiles in Law” section. The article is titled, “Prieto Plays at Top of His Profession in High-Profile MDL […]

Griswold, Geduldig, and Hobby Lobby: The Sex Gap Continues

MAYA MANIAN,* 69 U. Miami L. Rev. Caveat 17 (2015). In response to Mary Ziegler, The (Non)-Right to Sex, 69 U. Miami L. Rev. 631 (2015). I. Introduction In her article, The (Non)-Right to Sex, Professor Mary Ziegler excavates the fascinating legal history of the “sex gap”—the historical failure to address sexual liberty—in the constitutional canon and offers an important cautionary tale for contemporary advocacy […]