Our University of Miami Law Alumni receive constant recognition and praise for their exceptional achievements. In order to highlight these successes and to keep our alumni connected and informed, the Law School provides Alumni publications such as the University of Miami School of Law alumni magazine (the Barrister) and the alumni e-newsletter. We also provide an opportunity for alumni to participate in this information network by submitting class notes.
Please be sure to check out these publications and notes, as well as the news stories featured on the alumni homepage.
We provide the alumni e-newsletter as a quick and easy way to receive monthly updates about the Law School and its alumni, as well as obtain information regarding upcoming alumni events. If you would like to receive the alumni e-newsletter, please e-mail us at email@example.com.
If you've missed the previous edition of the alumni e-newsletter, check out the alumni e-newsletter archives.
Read the latest edition of class notes below:
International Class Notes
If you've missed the previous edition of class notes, check out the class notes archives.
Submit a class note:
Miami Law and your classmates want to hear about the exciting news taking place in your life. Share with us any:
You can complete the class notes form and your information may be featured on the alumni web page, monthly e-newsletter or the law school magazine. If you would like to include a photo with your class note submission, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Until 2012, the Barrister was the Law School's major publication for alumni and friends and provides news and feature articles about the School, its students and alumni. It was established as a student-produced newspaper some fifty years ago.
The Law School's new publication – Miami Law Magazine – features articles about alumni, scholarly thinking of eminent faculty members, and outreach efforts of students. The magazine is produced in-house by the law school's Office of Communications. For suggestions and contributions for future issues, please contact the Law School's Office of Communications.
Past editions of the Barrister:
Past editions of Miami Law Magazine: