The University of Miami Inter-American Law Review (formerly Lawyer of the Americas) is a scholarly legal periodical published three times a year by law students at the University of Miami School of Law. The Review provides a forum in which major international and inter-American legal developments are discussed.
The University of Miami Inter-American Law Review contains articles, book reviews, casenotes, comments, current reports, and special features by distinguished authorities on international banking and finance, taxation, international trade and commerce, the oceans and aviation, immigration, and Latin American economic integration.
Lawyers, businessmen, professors, and students of inter-American and international law will find the University of Miami Inter-American Law Review an invaluable source of information regarding recent legal development in the Western Hemisphere.
Bradley Jarett Caleb Sugg Amanda Greenberg
Executive Editor Executive Editor Student Writing Editor
Mark Lindemann Alexandra Rattinger
Managing Editor Online Publications Editor
Articles & Comments Editors
Ian Bertschausen Brittany Dubins Maia Fleischman Isabel Jolicoeur
Conrad Clifton Dan Gross Justin Boyd Miguel Fernandez Evan Friedland
Michelle Perez Charles Short
Andrea de Ona Elizabeth Whiting Augustina Kloosterboer
Emmett Egger Jihan Jude Norka Lecca Niki Namazi Elaine Kussurelis
Megan Kilissanly Rachel Kratz Maria Camila Hernandez Adriana Valldejuly
Geoffrey Marcus Alex Meyer Janelle Rodriguez-Mena Robert Rust
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