By: Patrick Phelan Financial technology, otherwise known as FinTech, is revolutionizing the way through which individuals partake in financial engagements—without dealing with a traditional bank. “FinTech companies are businesses that leverage new technology to create new and better financial services for both consumers and businesses. It includes companies of all kinds that may operate in […]
By: Katrina Flores Hyperinflation, malnutrition, unprecedented corruption, hunger, and poverty comprise the grocery store list of cracks in the devastated foundation that has inevitably become Venezuela’s economic and humanitarian crisis. Amidst the turmoil, January 23, 2019 marked yet another crisis as Juan Guaidó, head of the Venezuelan National Assembly, declared himself interim president of the country. […]
The University of Miami Inter-American Law Review is proud to announce that Volume 49, Issue 2 is now available on our website. This issue features fascinating articles from John S. Baker Jr., PhD (Georgetown University Law Center) and Lindsey Keiser (Foundation for Self-Government), Jacob Dolinger, and four notes authored by members of the Inter-American Law Review.