UMLR is so proud of Emily Horowitz, our former Editor-in-Chief of Volume 66! After graduating Miami Law in 2012, Emily became the Assistant Director of Academic & Student Affairs and Special Advisor to the Law Reviews. She has been the face of Miami Law’s AskUs program and a shining light for our students on the Bricks for almost 7 years. Yesterday, February 15, 2019, was Emily’s last day at Miami Law as she prepares for her new journey as the Director of Experiential Learning at the University of Denver Law School in Boulder, Colorado. While we will miss her terribly, we are so proud of her, wish her all the best, and cannot wait to see what she does next!
It is with profound sadness that we inform the passing of Gail D. Serota, JD ’79. Gail was an esteemed partner at the law firm Weiss Serota Helfman Cole & Bierman, onetime councilwoman for the Village of Pinecrest and president of the Sisterhood at the Bet Shira Synagogue, as well as a Reid Scholar, and a […]
This article was originally published on the Harvard Civil Rights–Civil Liberties Law Review website, and features an interview with UMLR candidate Angel Sanchez. We would like to thank Ms. Fate and the Harvard CR-CL Law Review for allowing us to share this post. REBECCA FATE* (guest writer)—In the upcoming November election, Floridians will have the opportunity […]
We are pleased to announce that UMLR Alumna Nicole K. Chipi has been named as one of the five finalists for the 2018 Brown Award for Excellence in Legal Writing. Ms. Chipi’s paper, Eat Your Vitamins and Say Your Prayers: Bollea v. Gawker, Revenge Litigation Funding, and the Fate of the Fourth Estate, which was featured on Volume […]
Please join us in congratulating Keelin Bielski, Executive Editor, and Filip Grzelak, Senior Writing Editor, for being selected to represent the University of Miami and the Review, at the Israel study tour organized by the America-Israel Friendship League and the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Following the success of the 2017 program, this year’s goal […]