Posts tagged with: "College of Law"

FIU Law Dean Acosta nominated for U.S. labor secretary post

FIU Law Dean Acosta nominated for U.S. labor secretary post

President Donald Trump on Thursday nominated FIU Law Dean R. Alexander Acosta for the position of secretary of the U.S. […]

2016 Cuba experts list

2016 Cuba experts list

FIU, located in the heart of Miami’s Cuban-American community, has a wide array of experts on Cuba and the U.S.-Cuba […]

Domestic violence prosecutor seeks to repair families, inspire students

Domestic violence prosecutor seeks to repair families, inspire students

Inside a courtroom of the Broward County Courthouse, Sharonda Lebrun ’06, JD ’10 leans on a desk, sifts through piles […]

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FIU law graduates earn highest Florida Bar passage rate for third time in a row

FIU law graduates earn highest Florida Bar passage rate for third time in a row

For the third time in a row, FIU College of Law graduates have earned the top bar passage rate in […]

Law alumni give back through scholarship

Law alumni give back through scholarship

Nicole Fundora’s days are jam-packed, and that’s the way she likes it. She works full-time as a paralegal at Broad […]

FIU law graduates earn highest Florida Bar passage rate for second straight year

FIU law graduates earn highest Florida Bar passage rate for second straight year

For the second time in a row, FIU College of Law graduates have earned the top bar passage rate in […]

FIU's Cuban Research Institute and Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center hosted a community conversation on President Obama's historic visit to Cuba.

Obama’s Cuba visit sparks intense debate at community forum

Pedro Freyre remembers well the Havana of his childhood – a time before Castro when the capital of the island […]

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Why we should care about the United Nations’ COP21

Why we should care about the United Nations’ COP21

From Nov. 30 — Dec. 11, delegates from 194 countries throughout the world will convene in France for the 21st […]

Moot Court teams argue before the Florida Supreme Court

Moot Court teams argue before the Florida Supreme Court

For the first time in its 13 year history, the final round of FIU Law’s Intramural Moot Court Competition was […]

Faculty convocation recognizes outstanding professors

Faculty convocation recognizes outstanding professors

For the first time ever, two faculty members were awarded the top prize at FIU’s Faculty Convocation, a yearly award […]

Educating, enrolling students in health insurance plans

Educating, enrolling students in health insurance plans

South Florida is known to have some of the nation’s highest rates of residents without health insurance. According to the […]

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From left to right: Attorney Karim Batista, FIU Law students: Anthony Monico; Claudia Cobreiro; Alexis Gonzalez; Krystin Montersil, Senior Associate Dean Michelle Mason, attorney Carlos Gonzalez and FIU Law student Michael Lowe.

New program honors student’s memory with legal help for domestic violence victims

On the morning of April 1, 2011, FIU Law student Dannette Willory was shot and killed by her longtime boyfriend. […]

Photograph of a U.S. Department of Homeland Security logo.

The Hope Clinic: Law students help young people in immigration limbo

An army of volunteers helps thousands find a future through DACA By Eric Barton The first people started lining up outside […]

FIU Law graduates its 11th class and its first group of LL.M. candidates

FIU Law graduates its 11th class and its first group of LL.M. candidates

U.S. Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen delivers keynote speech For most of the 147 juris doctorate candidates, today’s commencement ceremony from the FIU […]

Outstanding Student Life Award winners announced

Outstanding Student Life Award winners announced

On Thursday, Apr. 2, the annual Outstanding Student Life Awards recognized three student organizations and 21 student leaders who serve […]

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