Tag Archives: Miami Law Review Alumni

In Memoriam – Donald Klein (’65)

BY LEAH AARONSON — It is with both sadness and celebration that I write this memoriam for Donald “Donny” Martin Klein, a cherished friend and family member who was also a beloved classmate, scholar, professor, attorney, and devout Miami Hurricanes fan.  On August 14, 2013, Donny’s heart of gold failed to survive intensive open-heart surgery. […]

11th Circuit Judge Adalberto Jordan Discusses His Remarkable Career and Memories of UM Law Review

BY JC ZAMORA — Judge Adalberto José Jordan left Havana with his family in the late 1960s, and began one of the most remarkable Cuban-American success stories in Miami history. In the course of a few decades, Judge Jordan went from an immigrant child to top-of-his-class student at Miami Law (and a UMLR member) to […]

Former Law Review Articles and Comments Editor Sara Fain Works To Protect the Everglades

BY MELISSA COATES — Sara Fain, a former Miami Law Review ACE, followed an unusual path to her current position as senior staff counsel with the Everglades Law Center, where she works  as an advocate for Everglades protection and restoration. Fain earned her J.D. from UM in 2005, along with a master’s in marine affairs from […]

The Honorable Paul C. Huck Examines Recent Developments in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Since the publication of last year’s Eleventh Circuit issue, the court has welcomed its newest member, Judge Adalberto J. Jordan. He was appointed to fill the seat vacated by Judge Susan H. Black in 2011 upon her decision to take senior status after nearly two decades of distinguished service. As Judge Jordan’s colleague on the Southern District of Florida bench […]