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  • Tawia Baidoe Ansah - Law
    hot topics Hear what he has to say Professor Howard M Wasserman on the Supreme Court s decision on congressional districting December 9 2015 Read Professor Wasserman s recent SCOTUSblog Professor Ryan Stoa participating in COP 21 climate change talks in Paris December 7 2015 Professor Stoa is representing FIU at the ongoing climate change talks in Paris Tawia Baidoe Ansah Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Professor of Law 305 348 1118 tansah fiu edu SSRN B A Columbia University M A M Phil Columbia University LL B University of Toronto Faculty of Law Ph D Columbia University Professor Ansah teaches Conflict of Laws Contracts International Business Transactions Professional Responsibility and Jurisprudence Legal Theory He joined the New England Law Boston faculty in 2002 and received tenure there in 2007 Before joining the New England faculty he was a visiting assistant professor at Syracuse University College of Law Previously he was a legal consultant with JPMorgan Chase a contract attorney for Cravath Swaine Moore and an assistant prosecutor for the Ministry of the Attorney General in Toronto Canada His international legal experience includes service with the Council of Europe Kosovo in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia the Organization for Security

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  • Elisa Quesada - Law
    Week in South Florida December 15 2015 H T Smith joins several other local leaders in a roundtable discussion on this week s hot topics Hear what he has to say Professor Howard M Wasserman on the Supreme Court s decision on congressional districting December 9 2015 Read Professor Wasserman s recent SCOTUSblog Professor Ryan Stoa participating in COP 21 climate change talks in Paris December 7 2015 Professor Stoa is representing FIU at the ongoing climate change talks in Paris Elisa Quesada Visiting Clinical Professor Mitigation Specialist Florida Center for Capital Representation 305 348 3175 equesada fiu edu B A College of Saint Rose M S W Barry University J D University of Miami School of Law L C S W Elisa Quesada is an attorney and licensed clinical social worker She has more than 15 years experience working with children families and adults in a variety of clinical and legal settings Ms Quesada has consulted on both civil and criminal cases involving intellectual clinical and medical issues as they relate to sentencing Ms Quesada is a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor in FIU Law s Death Penalty Clinic She consults with attorneys and mitigation specialists on death penalty cases across Florida and provides statewide trainings on mitigation development and presentation Ms Quesada has held numerous positions at the Miami Dade Public Defender s Office She has served as a mitigation specialist for both adults and juveniles within the felony system Ms Quesada worked as a mitigation specialist exclusively with capital clients for more than six years She was a member of the team that created the nationally recognized Juvenile Sentencing Advocacy Program JSAP which outlined juvenile advocacy and sentencing techniques for direct filed juveniles She has served as both the Coordinator of the Mitigation and Placement Unit and as

    Original URL path: https://law.fiu.edu/faculty/elisa-quesada/ (2016-01-02)
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  • Thomas E. Baker - Law
    Dictionary 9th Edition After graduating from law school Professor Baker clerked for a judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit His law school recognitions included U S Department of Justice Honors Program Moot Court Board Law Review Board High Honors Order of the Coif Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Society Selected Books First Amendment Law Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion LexisNexis 3d ed 2014 with Arthur D Hellman William D Araiza Skills Values Constitutional Law LexisNexis 2013 with William D Araiza Olympia R Duhart Steven I Friedland A Primer on the Jurisdiction of the U S Courts of Appeals Federal Judicial Center 2d ed 2009 Appellate Courts Structures Functions Processes and Personnel LexisNexis 2d ed 2006 with Daniel J Meador Joan E Steinman At War with Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Rowman Littlefield Publishers 2006 editor with John F Stack Jr Amicus Humoriae An Anthology of Legal Humor Carolina Academic Press 2003 with Robert M Jarvis Andrew J McClurg Constitutional Analysis in a Nutshell West Academic Publ g 2d ed 2003 with the late Jerre S Williams Can a Good Christian be a Good Lawyer Homilies Witnesses and Reflections Univ of Notre Dame Press 1998 editor with Timothy W Floyd The Most Wonderful Work Our Constitution Interpreted West Publ g Co 1996 Rationing Justice on Appeal The Problems of the U S Courts of Appeals West Publ g Co 1994 Selected Articles The Constitutionality of Saying a Prayer at a City Council Meeting May America Bless God Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases at 56 Nov 4 2013 Town of Greece v Galloway 134 S Ct 1811 2014 Book Review John Paul Stevens Five Chiefs a Supreme Court Memoir 62 J Legal Educ 647 2013 Can Congress Make it a Crime to Lie About Military Medals or Is the First Amendment a Get out of Jail Free Speech Card Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases at 182 Feb 20 2012 United States v Alvarez 132 S Ct 2537 2012 A Modest Experiment in Pedagogy Lessons on Comparative Constitutional Law 6 FIU L Rev 99 2012 Are Dog Fight Videos Protected by the First Amendment Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases at 11 Oct 5 2009 U S v Stevens 559 U S 460 2010 Book Review Jack M Balkin Reva B Siegel eds The Constitution in 2020 50 Am J Legal Hist 104 2010 Applied Freakonomics Explaining the Crisis of Volume 8 J App Prac Proc 101 2007 Reflections on Law Schools and the Idea of the University 1 FIU L Rev 1 2006 Constitutional Theory in a Nutshell 13 Wm Mary Bill Rts J 1 2005 Storm Center The Year Ahead in the Supreme Court Slate com Oct 4 2004 A Primer on Supreme Court Procedures Preview of United States Supreme Court Cases at 475 Aug 9 2004 Federal Courts Funding Crisis Looms National Law Journal August 9 2004 at A55 Bush v

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  • Harry M. Rhea - Law
    305 348 4892 Curriculum Vitae Ph D Law National University of Ireland Galway M A La Salle University M S Saint Joseph s University B A Rutgers University Harry M Rhea is Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the School of International and Public Affairs and Assistant Professor of Law in the College of Law at Florida International University He teaches international criminal justice international human rights comparative criminal justice criminal law and international law and global security Dr Rhea holds B A and M S degrees in criminal justice from Rutgers University and Saint Joseph s University He holds a M A in Theology from La Salle University Dr Rhea earned his Ph D from the Irish Centre for Human Rights National University of Ireland Galway School of Law He has studied international criminal law and human rights at Oxford University Salzburg Law School International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at the University of Leiden The Hague He studied international war crimes investigations and the prevention of mass atrocities at the Institute for International Criminal Investigations and the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies He is the author of the book The United States and International Criminal Tribunals Intersentia 2012 and several articles on war crimes investigative commissions and international criminal courts In 2013 he was awarded the Roslyn Muraskin Emerging Scholar Award from the Northeastern Association of Criminal Justice Sciences In 2005 he was inducted into the Golden Key International Honor Society as an honorary faculty member In 2007 Dr Rhea was Executive Director of the Council for American Students in International Negotiations an NGO that strives to deepen the commitment of American students to multinational discourse through scholarship and engagement with international institutions Also in

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  • Eric R. Carpenter - Law
    Ryan Stoa participating in COP 21 climate change talks in Paris December 7 2015 Professor Stoa is representing FIU at the ongoing climate change talks in Paris Eric R Carpenter Assistant Professor of Law 305 348 4560 ercarpen fiu edu Curriculum Vitae SSRN Author Page B A University of California Berkeley MMAS Command and General Staff College U S Army J D University of California Los Angeles LL M The Judge Advocate General s School U S Army Professor Carpenter joined FIU Law in 2013 He served as a helicopter pilot in the Army for five years before attending law school under the Army s Funded Legal Education Program Following law school he served as a legal aid attorney international law attorney prosecutor and supervising defense counsel in the Army JAG Corps He deployed to Afghanistan in 2003 and served as the lead defense attorney on a capital murder case from 2007 2009 From 2010 to 2013 he helped develop training and policy to address the sexual assault issue in the military while teaching at the Army s law school in Charlottesville Virginia where he was the Chair of the Criminal Law Department His research interests are in military justice sexual violence against women and capital litigation He was elected to the American Law Institute in 2013 is a member of the ABA s Military Justice Committee and is an affiliated faculty member with the FIU Center for Women s and Gender Studies Away from work Professor Carpenter likes to ski surf play tennis and hang out with his kids In the News Professor Eric R Carpenter presents his current research project to faculty at Texas Tech School of Law Professor Eric Carpenter participates in ALI meeting on sexual assault provisions Professor Eric R Carpenter quoted by the Associated Press

    Original URL path: https://law.fiu.edu/faculty/directory/eric-r-carpenter/ (2016-01-02)
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  • Kalyani Robbins - Law
    Kalyani Robbins completed her undergraduate work at the University of California at Berkeley before going on to receive her J D from Stanford Law School where she was an Articles Editor for the Stanford Law Review and her LL M in Environmental and Natural Resources Law cum laude from Lewis Clark Law School the top program in the field She has been admitted to the California and New York bars Prior to joining the FIU Law faculty in 2014 Professor Robbins spent six years on the law faculty at the University of Akron In her years before academia she served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Manhattan District Attorney s Office and was Legal Director for Sequoia ForestKeeper an environmental nonprofit She also clerked for The Honorable Norman H Stahl of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and The Honorable Faith S Hochberg of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey Professor Robbins teaches Environmental Law Natural Resources Law Property and seminars in Biodiversity and Climate Change Her areas of expertise include Biodiversity Ecosystem Management Environmental Federalism Environmental Policy Agricultural Land Conservation Climate Change Hydraulic Fracturing and Renewable Energy She also has background expertise in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure which she occasionally taps into when called upon to do so Her work has been published in the legal academic journals at Stanford UCLA University of Minnesota University of Oregon Lewis Clark SUNY Buffalo McGeorge Case Western Reserve University of Akron Fordham and Pace University as well as in periodicals not housed in universities Professor Robbins travels frequently for speaking engagements serves or has served in leadership roles within both the ABA and the AALS and is presently working on her fourth and fifth books Her first two books both published

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  • Cyra Akila Choudhury - Law
    in Paris Cyra Akila Choudhury Professor of Law 305 348 1153 Cyra Choudhury fiu edu Curriculum Vitae SSRN Bibliography B A with Honors The College of Wooster M A Columbia University J D cum laude LL M Georgetown University Law Center Professor Cyra Akila Choudhury graduated with a J D cum laude and and LL M from Georgetown University Law Center She received an MA in Comparative Politics from Columbia University focusing on women religion and South Asia She earned her Bachelors in Political Science from The College of Wooster where she won the Frank Miller Prize in Comparative Politics was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and graduated second in her class Prior to joining the FIU faculty Professor Choudhury worked for The National Academies advising the federal government on international labor standards and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer one of the largest international law firms in the world in their corporate finance practice She returned to Georgetown Law Center in 2005 as the Future Law Professor Fellow for the 2005 2007 term focusing her research on comparative family law and critical legal theory Professor Choudhury s expertise is in international and comparative family law gender and postcolonial theory subjectivity and legal theory and international labor law and labor migration In addition she has written and lectured on Islamic law and Muslims as minorities and national security law In 2012 Professor Choudhury was awarded a grant from the Institute for Global Law and Policy IGLP at Harvard Law School to study domestic migrant workers from South Asia to the Gulf She has served as a docent for the IGLP workshops for the past three years She is part of a number of research groups including the Ottoman Legacies in Post conflict societies an initiative started at the School of Oriental and African

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  • Eloisa C. Rodriguez-Dod - Law
    M Wasserman on the Supreme Court s decision on congressional districting December 9 2015 Read Professor Wasserman s recent SCOTUSblog Professor Ryan Stoa participating in COP 21 climate change talks in Paris December 7 2015 Professor Stoa is representing FIU at the ongoing climate change talks in Paris Eloisa C Rodriguez Dod Professor of Law 305 348 3245 elrodrig fiu edu Curriculum Vitae SSRN B B A University of Miami M B A Florida International University J D University of Miami Law School Professor Eloisa C Rodriguez Dod joined the FIU College of Law faculty in 2012 Prior to joining FIU she was a Professor of Law at NSU College of Law where she also served as the Academic Director of its University of Barcelona dual degree program She has been selected Professor of the Year at both law schools Before joining academia she practiced law at White Case She graduated cum laude from University of Miami Law School in 1990 where she was elected Special Features and Reports Editor of the Inter American Law Review and was inducted into Order of the Coif She holds a B A in International Marketing Finance from the University of Miami where she graduated magna cum laude and an M B A from Florida International University Her scholarship focuses on the necessary balancing of autonomy versus societal goals Her work includes books monographs book chapters and law review articles She has been cited quoted and excerpted in texts scholarly books articles academic blogs and leading treatises She is frequently invited to speak at panels and legal conferences One of her recent papers The Intersection of Law Religion and Infectious Disease on the Handling and Disposition of Human Remains was selected by the Petrie Flom Center for Heath Law Policy Biotechnology and Bioethics at

    Original URL path: https://law.fiu.edu/faculty/directory/eloisa-c-rodriguez-dod/ (2016-01-02)
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