Professor Caroline Mala Corbin recently participated in a symposium on “Advancing a New Jurisprudence for American Self-Government and Democracy” at Harvard Law School. At the symposium, she argued that there was no principled basis for extending religious liberty rights to for-profit corporations. Professor Corbin teaches U.S. Constitutional Law I, U.S. Constitutional Law II, First Amendment, and Feminism and the First Amendment. Professor Corbin's articles have appeared in the New York University Law Review, UCLA Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review and Boston University Law Review, among others.
Professor Leigh Osofsky presented a paper recently titled “Tax Law Nonenforcement” at the National Tax Association annual meeting in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The paper deals with whether and to what extent the IRS can legitimately engage in categorical tax law nonenforcement. Professor Osofsky teaches courses addressing various aspects of taxation and policy. Before joining the University of Miami faculty, Professor Osofsky was an Acting Assistant Professor of Tax Law at New York University from 2009-2011.
Professor of Legal Writing Alyssa Dragnich published an article in the fall issue of The Law Teacher, the biannual publication of the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning. Her article, “Beyond the Water Cooler: Reflections on a Junior Faculty Development Program,” describes Miami Law’s innovative program designed to foster collegiality and professional development among junior faculty members. Professor Dragnich teaches Miami Law’s first-year Legal Communication & Research Skills course, as well as several upper-level writing courses.