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South Florida Firms Largely Lead the Nation in Diversity, But Still Lag Behind in Black Representation | Daily Business Review

Bilzin Sumberg Baena Price & Axelrod effectively tripled its minority partner count; while Akerman, Carlton Fields, and Greenberg Traurig all exceeded the national average for Black partner and Black attorney representation. Most large South Florida firms beat national averages for minority representation.
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Orlando attorneys launch scholarship for FAMU law students

The $1,500 scholarships could help first-year law students make ends meet.
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Legally, Bill Cosby’s release shouldn’t be a surprise | Commentary

The anger in the Bill Cosby sexual-assault case should be focused on the failure of the state of Pennsylvania, which made a promise of non-prosecution, a Florida A&M law professor writes.
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Florida A&M law professor speaks with WESH 2 about Chauvin verdict

Florida A & M law professor Dr. Jeremy Levitt tells WESH 2's Gail Paschall-Brown that 22.5 years for Derek Chauvin is not enough.
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Frederick S. Humphries, former FAMU president, dies at 85

Former Florida A&M University president Frederick S
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Dozens expected to attend George Floyd vigil in downtown Orlando

Dozens of people are expected to turn out at a vigil Tuesday night in downtown Orlando to honor the life of George Floyd, one year later.
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The Future Of Diversity And Inclusion In Intellectual Property

Scholars are beginning to examine intellectual property in the lens of critical race theory and considering how to make classrooms more inclusive spaces.
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Volusia County shooting highlights issues with Florida juvenile justice, foster care systems

A shooting in Volusia County involving two children who ran away from a group home is highlighting issues with Florida’s patchwork of services for kids in need.
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