Confronting society’s biggest challenges

Miami Law is dedicated to serving as a force for positive change through its clinics and programs, which give students hands-on practical experience while serving individuals and communities most in need of legal assistance.

Our moot court program—ranked 21st in the country—teaches advocacy skills. Our clinics directly engage students in a wide range of issues, from bankruptcy to child welfare, environmental justice to health rights, investor rights to immigration, and human rights to landlord-tenant disputes. Immersing students in the realities of practice under the supervision of attorneys offers them a firsthand understanding of the law’s role in addressing the most pressing 21st-century challenges and gives them the lawyering skills essential to a successful career. Because our clinics serve underrepresented communities, they enhance Miami Law’s impact as a force for positive change.

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Join us in supporting Miami Law as a force for positive change through educating tomorrow’s leaders, illuminating the law through scholarly inquiry, and engaging with the South Florida community, the nation, and the world.

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To learn more, please contact Georgie Angones, development, School of Law, 305-284-6470.