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2013 Film: “Someday We’ll All Be Free: The Desegregation of Miami”
In this film students documented the struggles of integration. Film Chapbook: Read the biographies of the participants in the film and detailed information on this critical project: https://issuu.com/miamilaw/docs/ceps_hbcp_historyfilm_chapbook2013_

S6 E13 Energy Justice for All
The Biden Administration's $2.2 trillion infrastructure plan promises to prioritize longstanding and persistent racial injustices by transitioning to a more democratic energy system, including electrical grid and public transit. Miami Law's Fredman F...

Building a More Effective DEI Pipeline for Blacks in Law
The University of Miami School of Law co-hosted the event, "Building a More Effective DEI Pipeline for Blacks in Law: Existing Models of Excellence and Emerging Models" with The National Bar Association. More information at: https://www.law.miami.ed...

Police Reform Report Card: Where Are We?
The University of Miami School of Law co-hosted this webinar, "Police Reform Report Card: Where Are We After the Deaths of Jacob Blake, Breonna Taylor, Korryn Gaines, Ahmaud Arbery, Botham Jean, and George Floyd?" as part of the Diversity, Equity & ...

Diversity Equity and Inclusion Art Museums and Universities Similar Goals or Divergent Path
Part of The Hoffman Forum Civil Conversations Series at University of Miami Law. Participants included: Stephen K. Urice, Esq., Professor of Law, Dean’s Distinguished Scholar, and Director, Arts Track, LL.M. Program in Entertainment, Arts, & Spor...

S6 E14 What’s Next for Derek Chauvin?
As former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin awaits sentencing for the murder of George Floyd, Miami Law’s criminal law expert and former special assistant U.S. Attorney Scott Sundby explains the process. Recorded on April 23, 2021.

S6 E12 Inundated by Cancel Culture
Cancel culture is rapid-fire ostracization in the time of social media mob mentality. Stories of people drummed out of their organizations over positions sometimes taken decades earlier fill the headlines and chyrons of cable news. Compliance expert ...

S6 E11 The World v. Donald J. Trump
Not unexpectedly, federal and state courts are awash in suits versus former President Trump and his minions. Litigation and dispute resolution expert Sergio Campos guides us through the waves. Recorded on March 25, 2021.

S6 E10 Killing the Death Penalty
South Carolina recently introduced a bill to allow death by firing squad, while Virginia passed legislation to abolish the death penalty. Thirteen of the 17 federal executions carried out in the last 60 years were under the Trump presidency. Death pe...

S6 E9 The Trouble with Yemen
President Biden has cut off U.S. support for offensive operations in Yemen and related arms sales to Saudi Arabia, making good on a campaign promise. But relations in the region are complicated, at best. Miami Law international and comparative consti...

S6 E8 Amazon Won't Deliver Unionization
No other company in the world ramped up as exponentially as Amazon in the face of the pandemic, adding more than 400,000 workers globally between January and October 2020. With the explosive growth came a wave of efforts to organize by employees. Lab...

S6 E7 The State of the Woke Nation
Tragically, 2020 saw another year of killings of Black people by police and wannabes, including the murders of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, father of five George Floyd in Minneapolis, and 26-year-old Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. T...

S6 E5 Turning the Wheels of Justice Reform
In the new administration's opening days, President Biden took his first big swing at criminal justice reform with an executive order aimed at ending private prison contracts. Innocence Clinic Director Craig Trocino takes a comprehensive look at the ...

S6 E6 The Filibuster Back in Play
Democrats want to ax the filibuster to max accomplishments in the Biden era; Republicans need to save it to block the new administration's agenda. Constitutional expert Charlton Copeland brings us Filibuster 101. Recorded on February 22, 2021.

S4 E7 Just Juries and Jurists
Juries and judges have been very much in the news of late. Scott Sundby, author of "A Life and Death Decision," unscrolls the Roger Stone and Harvey Weinstein trials. Recorded on February 27, 2020.

S6 E4 The Power to Impeach and Convict
Based on a single charge of incitement of insurrection against the U.S. government and lawless action at the capitol, the historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump is underway. Constitutional scholar Caroline Mala Corbin lead...

S6 E3 The Financial Traders of Reddit
Retail traders took on Wall Street, kneecapping behemoth hedge funds, driving up the value of several low-performing stocks. International tax expert and longtime marker watcher Stanley Langbein reads the ticker. Recorded on February 4, 2021.

S6 E2 Parler Can't Catch a Break
Amazon's hosting server kicked Parler off following the January 6 attack on the capitol. Parler suffered another setback when it failed to convince a federal judge to force Amazon to reinstate the site. Antitrust expert John Mark Newman untangles the...

S6 E1 Could The Market Reform Campaign Finance?
Fallout from the attack on the capitol reverberated throughout the world, including swift reaction from corporate America in the form of political contributions. Frances Hill, a campaign finance reform expert, weighs in on the consequences. Recorded ...

We Robot Conference 2021
Founded at Miami Law, We Robot is the most exciting interdisciplinary conference on the legal and policy questions relating to robots. The conference is for those on the front lines of robot theory, design, and development. Learn more at https://wero...

S5 E4 Compliance Asleep at the Switch
From Kodak to McDonalds to wokewashing and cancel culture, compliance expert Marcia Weldon rounds up the summer of missteps and misdeeds in corporate America. Recorded on September 3, 2020.

S5 E5 Fire, Poachers, and Pandemic Spell Trouble in the Amazon
As wildfires -- both natural and manmade -- devastate the Amazon, COVID-19 is annihilating indigenous populations. International and comparative constitutional law and human rights expert Pablo Rueda-Saiz shines the light. Recorded on September 10, 2...

S5 E6 In Defense of the White Man's Bureaucracy
The Trump administration has used the bureaucracy to chip away at longstanding regulations aimed at equity and equality. Constitutional and administrative law expert Charlton Copeland tallies up a racist agenda. Recorded on September 17, 2020.

S5 E7 Viewing Trade Through a Bike Spoke
International trade expert Kathleen Claussen pedals through global supply chain interruptions colliding with tariff scuffles, or why we can't we buy bikes? Recorded on September 23, 2020.

S5 E2 The Epic Battle for Fortnite
Gamemaker Epic fires a shot across the bow at Apple over the big tech’s app store terms and conditions. Former DOJ antitrust attorney John Mark Newman takes over the controller. Recorded on August 20, 2020.

S5 E3 Gutting the Post Office
As Postmaster General Louis DeJoy moves to suppress mail-in voting, elections expert FRANCES HILL drops a letter of explanation. Recorded on August 27, 2020.

S5 E10 The Push for Humanity in Technology
Last month's release of Netflix's "The Social Dilemma" shown the light on the social media giants' manipulation of its users in the quest for monetization. Cyberlaw expert Mary Anne Franks examines the legal implications. Recorded on October 16, 2020...

S5 E11 Time for a Tax Tutorial
Last month, The New York Times released a series of stories on President Trump's taxes that were revelatory. Miami Law's tax expert Patricia Brown walks us through where U.S. law has come from, and where it's going. Recorded on October 22, 2020.

S5 E12 Jailers Gotta Jail
Over the more than nine months since the coronavirus began spreading in the United States, jails, prisons, and detention facilities have been hard hit. Miami Law's Innocence Director Craig Trocino opens the door. Recorded October 29, 2020.

S5 E13 The Gay Right to Foster
Last week the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a case of a Roman Catholic adoption agency's entitlement to discriminate against LGBTQ foster parents. Miami Law's Children and Youth Law Clinics Bernard Perlmutter and Robert Latham joined the frie...

S5 E14 The Eviction Explosion
COVID-19 has exposed the depth of this country’s rental housing crisis. Miami Law’s Tenants’ Rights Clinic Director Jeffrey Hearne joins us to talk about the quandary and the solutions. Recorded on November 12, 2020.

S5 E8 Too Late for Environmental Justice?
COVID-19 has given voice to disparities of class and privilege worldwide foreshadowing those same inequities navigating climate change mitigation. Abigail Fleming, Miami Law's Fredman Foundation Practitioner in Residence guides us through what needs ...

S5 E9 No Longer Scrappy, Big Tech in for a Trim
After a 16-month investigation, lawmakers condemned big tech's monopoly and recommended restructuring, in a 449-page Democratic-led report. Miami Law antitrust master John Mark Newman walks among the giants. Recorded on October 8, 2020.

Maritime Law LL.M., University of Miami School of Law
Interested in Admiralty Law? International Law of the Sea? Marine Environmental Law and Policy? Focus on your area of interest in Miami's unique setting surrounded by water, the cruise capital of the world, and the top cargo gateway of the Americas. ...

DEACCESSIONING IN AMERICAN MUSEUMS TODAY presented by Miami Law School's Hoffman Forum
The inaugural “Civil Conversations Program” of the University of Miami School of Law’s Hoffman Forum. Jill Deupi Beaux Arts Director & Chief Curator, Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami Martin Gammon Founder and President, Pergamon Art Group...

Miami Law's Robert Traurig - Greenberg Traurig Real Property Development LL.M. Program
Are you interested in expanding your knowledge of the real estate industry but do not know where to start? Here’s everything you need to know about Miami Law’s Robert Traurig – Greenberg Traurig Real Property Development LL.M. Program! Learn mo...

The Rooney Rule, Race, and Access in Athletics: A Fireside Chat with Jim Rooney & Jeremi Duru
This conversation examined the Rooney rule, access in athletics, and the legal and ethical obligations of lawyers and executives to consider diversity among employees as well as management and leadership positions. The Rooney Rule was a trailblazing ...

The 2020 University of Miami Faculty Senate Awards
The Faculty Senate awards—which recognize and foster excellence—honor outstanding faculty members who are nominated and selected by their peers based on significant contributions to the University of Miami. This virtual celebration took place on ...

Defending and Promoting Civil Rights in a Time of Coronavirus
Discussing civil rights challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, this virtual half-day symposium was hosted by University of Miami School of Law, in partnership with the civil rights section of the Association of American Law Schools, and the Uni...

S5 E1 TikTok on the Block
Business and technology law expert Daniel Ravicher, director of Miami Law’s Startup Practicum, unpacks the U.S. government’s real or imagined threat to the sale of TikTok. Recorded August 12, 2020.

Emely Sanchez and Guilherme Faviero Intern at Centers for Disease Control
Emely Sanchez, (2L), Class of 2021 and Guilherme Faviero, JD/MPH, (3L) Class of 2020. Originally from: Brazil (Faviero) Law School Activity: Heath Law Association Experience: Public Health Law Program at the Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA

S4 B2 If Not Now, Then When?
The civil rights call "If not us, then who? If not now, then when?" takes on renewed urgency in the wake of protests and rioting sparked by the death of George Floyd. Osamudia James tackles continued racial inequality. Recorded on June 4, 2020.

S4 E15 Breaking Down Barriers to Bar Admissions for Today's Law Students
The chaos that has accompanied the spread of COVID-19 has exacerbated mental health and substance abuse issues. Dean of Students Janet Stearns steps lively into her advocacy for student well-being. Recorded on April 22, 2020.

S4 E12 Teaching in the Time of COVID-19
As the global pandemic sweeps the globe and education go remote, Michele DeStefano adroitly navigates the fast-moving stream. Recorded on April 2, 2020.

S4 E13 Does a Pandemic Trump Freedom of Religion?
During the COVID-19 pandemonium, founding legal rights are taking a backseat. Constitution expert Caroline Mala Corbin wades into the morass. Recorded on April 9, 2020.

S4 E14 It Was Easter in Prison
Jails and prisons are a perfect storm for a deadly disease carried by close quarters and rapid spread by exhalation. Innocence Clinic Director Craig Trocino exposes the gaps in a flawed system that is constitutionally protected. Recorded April 16, 20...

S4 B1 Homeless in the Time of COVID-19
The homeless are low on the list of COVID-19 testing priorities yet a high-risk population. Homeless legal protections expert Stephen Schnably shares his thoughts. Recorded on May 14, 2020.

ESLS 2020: Innovation Talks with Brenda Schamy
From the 2020 Global Entertainment & Sports Law + Industry Conference: A 10-minute talk followed by 10-minute Q and A exploring innovations and change in the entertainment, arts and sports industries with: Brenda Schamy DiSchino & Schamy, PLLC, Found...

ESLS 2020: Innovation Talks with Horacio Gutierrez
From the 2020 Global Entertainment & Sports Law + Industry Conference: A 10-minute talk followed by 10-minute Q and A exploring innovations and change in the entertainment, arts and sports industries with: Horacio Gutierrez Spotify, Head of Global Af...

ESLS 2020: Presentation of Student Writing Prize and Scholarship Recipients
From the 2020 Global Entertainment & Sports Law + Industry Conference: Presentation of Student Writing Prize and Scholarship Recipients: Johnny Carver & C. Chandler Culwell DEAN'S WRITING PRIZE AWARD IN ENTERTAINMENT, ARTS & SPORTS LAW Funded by th...

ESLS 2020: Innovation Talks with Chris Demos-Brown
From the 2020 Global Entertainment & Sports Law + Industry Conference: A 10-minute talk followed by 10-minute Q and A exploring innovations and change in the entertainment, arts and sports industries with: Chris Demos-Brown, Broadway playwright (Ame...

ESLS 2020: Innovation Talks with Sam Gordon
From the 2020 Global Entertainment & Sports Law + Industry Conference: A 10-minute talk followed by 10-minute Q and A exploring innovations and change in the entertainment, arts and sports industries with: Sam Gordon 17-year old football star and cha...

HOPE Public Interest Recognition Ceremony 2020
The HOPE Public Interest Resource Center and the University of Miami Law School community came together on April 16, 2020 for an online ceremony to recognize exceptional student work in the public interest throughout the year.

S4 E11 Finding Quiet in a Noisy World
High anxiety is baked into learning and practicing law. Mindfulness expert Scott Rogers pitches the guide to conquer the stress wave. Recorded on February 20, 2020.

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