VIRTUAL TOUR: MIAMI LAW

South Florida stands at the crossroads of the Americas, a location and exciting environment that lends students at the School of Law an international perspective and exceptional career-building opportunities.

EXPLORE MIAMI LAW

South Florida stands at the crossroads of the Americas, a location and exciting environment that lends students at the School of Law an international perspective and exceptional career-building opportunities.

ON CAMPUS

Study law on the 260-acre University of Miami campus and access everything one of the largest private research universities in the U.S. offers.

CAMPUS LIFE

Study law on the 260-acre University of Miami campus and access everything one of the largest private research universities in the U.S. offers.

U Sculpture

One of the first things you'll see is University of Miami's iconic symbol-the green and orange split U-found on one of the most popular locations on campus, the Foote University Green.

U Sculpture

One of the first things you'll see is University of Miami's iconic symbol‐the green and orange split U‐found on one of the most popular locations on campus, the Foote University Green.

The Lake

Walk around Lake Osceola in the center of campus where you can see Ibis birds, our mascot, up close.

The Lake

Walk around Lake Osceola in the center of campus where you can see Ibis birds, our mascot, up close.

Wellness Center

At UM's premier gym ‐ The Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center ‐ you can take all types of classes or visit the pilates studio, yoga rooms and a juice bar.

Wellness Center

At UM's premier gym ‐ The Patti and Allan Herbert Wellness Center ‐ you can take all types of classes or visit the pilates studio, yoga rooms and a juice bar.

Gym Facilities

Work out with state-of-the-art facilities: cardio/weight equipment, courts for basketball or volleyball, indoor soccer, a jogging track, an indoor pool, saunas, racquetball and squash courts, a cycling studio, and tennis courts.

Gym Facilities

Work out with state-of-the-art facilities: cardio/weight equipment, courts for basketball or volleyball, indoor soccer, a jogging track, an indoor pool, saunas, racquetball and squash courts, a cycling studio, and tennis courts.

Intramural Sports

Take advantage of the Wellness Center’s intramurals department and play competitively or recreationally in a variety of sports such as flag football, soccer, basketball, softball, golf among others. Join a team and compete within the UM community.

Intramural Sports

Take advantage of the Wellness Center’s intramurals department and play competitively or recreationally in a variety of sports such as flag football, soccer, basketball, softball, golf among others. Join a team and compete within the UM community.

Bookstore

Purchase or rent law books at UM's Bookstore. Or, if you want to buy a novel, school supplies or Hurricane shirts or hats, this is the place to go.

Bookstore

Purchase or rent law books at UM's Bookstore. Or, if you want to buy a novel, school supplies or Hurricane shirts or hats, this is the place to go.

Bank United Center

The largest venue on campus is an 8,000-seat facility where you can go to see concerts, lecture series, and university and sporting events such as UM’s men's and women’s basketball teams. Commencement is also held here.

Bank United Center

The largest venue on campus is an 8,000-seat facility where you can go to see concerts, lecture series, and university and sporting events such as UM’s men's and women’s basketball teams. Commencement is also held here.

Alumni Center

Gather for events at the Robert and Judi Prokop Newman Alumni Center. Situated on campus, and down the street from the law school, you will attend lectures and events here during your three years.

Alumni Center

Gather for events at the Robert and Judi Prokop Newman Alumni Center. Situated on campus, and down the street from the law school, you will attend lectures and events here during your three years.

Farmers Market

Every Wednesday from 9‐3 you can walk to the main green next to the law school for some local/organic produce.

Farmers Market

Every Wednesday from 9‐3 you can walk to the main green next to the law school for some local/organic produce.

Campus Hangout

As a law student, you will hang out at The Rathskeller known as "The Rat," an indoor/outdoor restaurant and lounge that is a 3‐minute walk from Miami Law.

Campus Hangout

As a law student, you will hang out at The Rathskeller known as "The Rat," an indoor/outdoor restaurant and lounge that is a 3‐minute walk from Miami Law.

School Spirit

Be a part of fall homecoming when every year the University welcomes back alumni and celebrates with a series of spirited events including a homecoming parade, block party, boat-burning ceremony, and fireworks show.

School Spirit

Be a part of fall homecoming when every year the University of Miami welcomes back alumni and celebrates with a series of spirited events including a homecoming parade, block party, boat-burning ceremony, and fireworks show.

Hurricane Baseball

Walking distance from the law school is Mark Light Field - home to Miami Hurricane baseball. As a great way to relax, you can watch a game after a day of classes and studying.

Hurricane Baseball

Walking distance from the law school is Mark Light Field - home to Miami Hurricane baseball. As a great way to relax, you can watch a game after a day of classes and studying.

Art Museum

Right on campus is the University of Miami Lowe Art Museum where you can go anytime to see the 19,000-object collection - one of the most important in the Southeast.

Art Museum

Right on campus is the University of Miami Lowe Art Museum where you can go anytime to see the 19,000-object collection - one of the most important in the Southeast.

Food Trucks

You can choose to eat at different food trucks that are sprinkled around campus on different days of the week.

Food Trucks

You can choose to eat at different food trucks that are sprinkled around campus on different days of the week.

Rocking Tables

All around campus you’ll find these wooden, rocking tables where you can study, have lunch, or just relax.

Rocking Tables

All around campus you’ll find these wooden, rocking tables where you can study, have lunch, or just relax.

Starbucks

Yes, you can get your favorite coffee at one of two Starbucks on campus.

Starbucks

Yes, you can get your favorite coffee at one of two Starbucks on campus.

Main Library

If you decide to do one of our many interdisciplinary degrees, Richter Library stands just next to the law school and has collections in Marine Science, Music, Business Architecture, Math and Art.

Main Library

If you decide to do one of our many interdisciplinary degrees, Richter Library stands just next to the law school and has collections in Marine Science, Music, Business Architecture, Math and Art.

The Pool

You can study, swim laps, sun or listen to music next to UM’s double-Olympic sized outdoor pool heated year-round to 80-82 degrees.

The Pool

You can study, swim laps, sun or listen to music next to UM’s double-Olympic sized outdoor pool heated year-round to 80-82 degrees.

Art Festival

If you love art or just walking through an outdoor fair in 70s weather, every January the Beaux Art Festival takes place on UM’s campus and is Miami’s oldest juried fine arts festival.

Art Festival

If you love art or just walking through an outdoor fair in 70s weather, every January the Beaux Art Festival takes place on UM’s campus and is Miami’s oldest juried fine arts festival.

Hammocks

During final exams, UM ties green and orange hammocks to the palm trees on the central green for you to use to study or take a break.

Hammocks

During final exams, UM ties green and orange hammocks to the palm trees on the central green for you to use to study or take a break.

THE LAW SCHOOL

Miami Law resides on the University of Miami campus in Coral Gables, FL. It is on the north side of the school and you can easily access it by car, bike, campus shuttle or Miami’s Metrorail train.

THE LAW SCHOOL

Miami Law resides on the University of Miami campus in Coral Gables, FL. It is on the north side of the school and you can easily access it by car, bike, campus shuttle or Miami’s Metrorail train.

LAW COURTYARD

At the center of the law school is The Bass Bricks, an open air courtyard where as a law student you go to study, network, and relax—365 days a year, in year-round T-shirt weather.

LAW COURTYARD

At the center of the law school is The Bass Bricks, an open air courtyard where as a law student you go to study, network, and relax—365 days a year, in year-round T-shirt weather.

Recruitment Office

If you are interested in visiting campus or in learning more about Miami Law, the Office of Student Recruitment is right on the 2nd floor facing the law school’s central courtyard.

Recruitment Office

If you are interested in visiting campus or in learning more about Miami Law, the Office of Student Recruitment is right on the 2nd floor facing the law school’s central courtyard.

Student Center

At the Shalala Student Center, directly across from Miami Law, you can grab a coffee, eat, or use the law school’s designated room for student-sponsored activities and additional study space.

Student Center

At the Shalala Student Center, directly across from Miami Law, you can grab a coffee, eat, or use the law school’s designated room for student-sponsored activities and additional study space.

Law Library

Use the law library, a center of the law school, to meet with faculty in their offices, study, or access the more than 25 librarians and 670,000 volumes, making it one of the largest legal research libraries in the Southeast.

Law Library

Use the law library, a center of the law school, to meet with faculty in their offices, study, or access the more than 25 librarians and 670,000 volumes, making it one of the largest legal research libraries in the Southeast.

Student Organizations

Attend our Student Organization fair in the fall to see the 55+ student orgs, meet members, and decide which ones match your interests.

Student Organizations

Attend our Student Organization fair in the fall to see the 55+ student orgs, meet members, and decide which ones match your interests.

Music & Theater

The renowned Frost School of Music is directly across the street from the law school. Study one of the joint degree offered in Music Business or Live Entertainment Management or enjoy concerts and plays throughout the year.

Music & Theater

The renowned Frost School of Music is directly across the street from the law school. Study one of the joint degree offered in Music Business or Live Entertainment Management or enjoy concerts and plays throughout the year.

Law in Action

Observe the judicial process in action when judges from the Third District Court of Appeal come to campus to hold oral arguments. Events like this (pictured here in Storer Auditorium) give you first-hand exposure to seasoned lawyers arguing before a panel of prominent judges.

Law in Action

Observe the judicial process in action when judges from the Third District Court of Appeal come to campus to hold oral arguments. Events like this (pictured here in Storer Auditorium) give you first-hand exposure to seasoned lawyers arguing before a panel of prominent judges.

Preeminent Visitors

See major political figures and legal scholars when The University of Miami brings prominent figures to campus such as Supreme Court Justices Kennedy, Stevens and Sotomayor to speak with students. (Pictured Clinton Global Initiative held at UM in 2015.)

Preeminent Visitors

See major political figures and legal scholars when The University of Miami brings prominent figures to campus such as Supreme Court Justices Kennedy, Stevens and Sotomayor to speak with students. (Pictured Clinton Global Initiative held at UM in 2015.)

Clinic Offices

Participate in one of 10 clinics and serve the public while exploring career possibilities and acquiring valuable legal skills. (Above students involved in our Human Rights and Immigration Clinics work in the clinic office space.)

Clinic Offices

Participate in one of 10 clinics and serve the public while exploring career possibilities and acquiring valuable legal skills. (Above students involved in our Human Rights and Immigration Clinics work in the clinic office space.)

Environmental Law

You can combine your law studies with degrees in ocean law or even in marine affairs with UM’s prestigious Rosenstiel School of Marine Science.

Environmental Law

You can combine your law studies with degrees in ocean law or even in marine affairs with UM’s prestigious Rosenstiel School of Marine Science.

Food Court

Just across the way from the law school is the entrance to University of Miami’s Food Court which offers you sandwiches, salads, Chinese food, Japanese food, Latin food, pizza, burgers and more.

Food Court

Just across the way from the law school is the entrance to University of Miami’s Food Court which offers you sandwiches, salads, Chinese food, Japanese food, Latin food, pizza, burgers and more.

Health Law

You can participate in our Health Rights Clinic or focus on public health or medicine through a joint program we offer with UM’s School of Medicine, and Graduate Programs in Public Health.

Health Law

You can participate in our Health Rights Clinic or focus on public health or medicine through a joint program we offer with UM’s School of Medicine, and Graduate Programs in Public Health.

Mock Courtroom

There are many opportunities to develop your litigation skills in our mock courtroom. This courtroom allows you to practice trial skills such as giving opening statements, doing direct and cross examination, offering objections, presenting exhibits, using trial technology and making closing arguments

Mock Courtroom

There are many opportunities to develop your litigation skills in our mock courtroom. This courtroom allows you to practice trial skills such as giving opening statements, doing direct and cross examination, offering objections, presenting exhibits, using trial technology and making closing arguments.

Law Student Lounge

The windows around our Alma Jennings Student Lounge look out onto The Bass Bricks and courtyard fountain. Here you can relax, study, chat or watch TV.

Law Student Lounge

The windows around our Alma Jennings Student Lounge look out onto The Bass Bricks and courtyard fountain. Here you can relax, study, chat or watch TV.

Wellness Programs

Our Mindfulness in Law Program offers stress reduction and development of focus and concentration and integrates mindfulness into the law school experience, course material and the classroom.

Wellness Programs

Our Mindfulness in Law Program offers stress reduction and development of focus and concentration and integrates mindfulness into the law school experience, course material and the classroom.

Business School

A 5-minute walk from the law school, you can join the many law students who study joint degrees – a JD/MBA - with University of Miami School of Business.

Business School

A 5-minute walk from the law school, you can join the many law students who study joint degrees – a JD/MBA - with University of Miami School of Business.

School of Comm

You have the option to combine law with communications through a joint program with UM’s School of Communication which is just a few minutes’ walk from the law school.

School of Comm

You have the option to combine law with communications through a joint program with UM’s School of Communication which is just a few minutes’ walk from the law school.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Scenic Coral Gables is known for its wide boulevards, fountains, tropical trees, and palms. Giant trees like banyans, oaks (pictured), palms, and royal Poincianas create tunnels of green canopies to shade your way when you drive near campus.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Scenic Coral Gables is known for its wide boulevards, fountains, tropical trees, and palms. Giant trees like banyans, oaks (pictured), palms, and royal Poincianas create tunnels of green canopies to shade your way when you drive near campus.

THE GABLES

George Merrick created Coral Gables and founded the University of Miami. He established building codes for the neighborhood to ensure beautiful surroundings with Mediterranean homes, tropical foliage, and quiet streets. Downtown Coral Gables is minutes from campus. (Pictured is Gables city hall).

THE GABLES

George Merrick created Coral Gables and founded the University of Miami. He established building codes for the neighborhood to ensure beautiful surroundings with Mediterranean homes, tropical foliage, and quiet streets. Downtown Coral Gables is minutes from campus. (Pictured is Gables city hall).

MIRACLE MILE

The main road in the Coral Gables business district, “Miracle Mile,” is replete with shops, great restaurants, art galleries and live theater. It is easy to break up your studying and head to this area to relax, eat and shop.

MIRACLE MILE

The main road in the Coral Gables business district, “Miracle Mile,” is replete with shops, great restaurants, art galleries and live theater. It is easy to break up your studying and head to this area to relax, eat and shop.

GOLF

There are many courses in the area that range from public ones for beginners to a few top 18-hole high-handicappers. Or if you are just looking to walk nine holes after studying, there are courses in the neighborhood.

GOLF

There are many courses in the area that range from public ones for beginners to a few top 18-hole high-handicappers. Or if you are just looking to walk nine holes after studying, there are courses in the neighborhood.

THE BILTMORE

Just minutes from campus is the beautiful Biltmore Hotel. As a Miami Law student you will not only attend receptions held here, but you are close to the hotel’s 18-hole, championship golf course.

THE BILTMORE

Just minutes from campus is the beautiful Biltmore Hotel. As a Miami Law student you will not only attend receptions held here, but you are close to the hotel’s 18-hole, championship golf course.

AIRPORT

You can get to or visit campus quickly as Miami International Airport – MIA - is only 20 minutes from campus (and Fort Lauderdale Airport is only 50 minutes away).

AIRPORT

You can get to or visit campus quickly as Miami International Airport – MIA - is only 20 minutes from campus (and Fort Lauderdale Airport is only 50 minutes away).

GARDENS

When you’re looking to be surrounded by nature, Fairchild Tropical Garden (pictured) is about 10 minutes from campus. This unique place offers a Tropical Flowering Tree Arboretum, a Tropical Fruit Pavilion, and a Rare Plant House. The gardens also host festivals and concerts.

GARDENS

When you’re looking to be surrounded by nature, Fairchild Tropical Garden (pictured) is about 10 minutes from campus. This unique place offers a Tropical Flowering Tree Arboretum, a Tropical Fruit Pavilion, and a Rare Plant House. The gardens also host festivals and concerts.

GABLES LIVING

You can rent and live in apartments in the Coral Gables area, or there are homes all around Coral Gables that share the Mediterranean style typical of the neighborhood.

GABLES LIVING

You can rent and live in apartments in the Coral Gables area, or there are homes all around Coral Gables that share the Mediterranean style typical of the neighborhood.

OUTDOOR MALL

Head over to the Village of Merrick Park, a mall known for its outdoor cafes, bars and stores just 5 minutes from the law school.

OUTDOOR MALL

Head over to the Village of Merrick Park, a mall known for its outdoor cafes, bars and stores just 5 minutes from the law school.

TROPICAL BIRDS

It’s not uncommon when you walk near campus to hear the squawking of parrots and peacocks or see ibis flying around. Pictured above is a macaw resting in a palm tree right near the law school.

TROPICAL BIRDS

It’s not uncommon when you walk near campus to hear the squawking of parrots and peacocks or see ibis flying around. Pictured above is a macaw resting in a palm tree right near the law school.

SOUTH MIAMI

This small city borders the University of Miami’s Gables campus and is a popular area to live in for law students. You can go to the town center filled with vibrant shopping and dining and enjoy entertainment with a hometown ambiance.

SOUTH MIAMI

This small city borders the University of Miami’s Gables campus and is a popular area to live in for law students. You can go to the town center filled with vibrant shopping and dining and enjoy entertainment with a hometown ambiance.

VENETIAN POOL

Just a few blocks from the law school is this Venetian-style lagoon carved out of coral rock. The swimming pool features caves, waterfalls, stone bridges and waterfalls for when you want to relax in yet another beautiful setting.

VENETIAN POOL

Just a few blocks from the law school is this Venetian-style lagoon carved out of coral rock. The swimming pool features caves, waterfalls, stone bridges and waterfalls for when you want to relax in yet another beautiful setting.

VIZCAYA

When you think of a museum, you probably don’t picture the outdoors. But the greatest part of Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, a mansion built by America’s wealthiest industrialist in 1916, is its 10 acres of landscaped gardens, bay views, and historical architecture.

VIZCAYA

When you think of a museum, you probably don’t picture the outdoors. But the greatest part of Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, a mansion built by America’s wealthiest industrialist in 1916, is its 10 acres of landscaped gardens, bay views, and historical architecture.

WATERWAYS

Driving around campus you will come across some of the more than 40 miles of waterways throughout the "Miami Riviera," weaving inland from Biscayne Bay through the Coral Gables neighborhood.

WATERWAYS

Driving around campus you will come across some of the more than 40 miles of waterways throughout the "Miami Riviera," weaving inland from Biscayne Bay through the Coral Gables neighborhood.

DADELAND

Dadeland Mall shops are easily accessible by Metrorail and you can head there on a rainy afternoon or for a weekend dinner outing with friends.

DADELAND

Dadeland Mall shops are easily accessible by Metrorail and you can head there on a rainy afternoon or for a weekend dinner outing with friends.

COCONUT GROVE

The Grove is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami and it still an urban, bayside village. Walk around the pedestrian friendly center filled with sidewalk cafes, galleries and boutiques.

COCONUT GROVE

The Grove is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami and it still an urban, bayside village. Walk around the pedestrian friendly center filled with sidewalk cafes, galleries and boutiques.

GROVE PARKS & MARINAS

For a day outside, head to one of Coconut Grove’s marinas for boating or one of its bay front parks including Peacock Park, Kennedy Park or The Barnacle.

GROVE PARKS & MARINAS

For a day outside, head to one of Coconut Grove’s marinas for boating or one of its bay front parks including Peacock Park, Kennedy Park or The Barnacle.

MATHESON HAMMOCK PARK

You can paddleboard, kiteboard, walk nature trails, or rent kayaks at this 600-acre park. There is also a nearby restaurant built into a historic coral rock building with a full service marina, snack bar, and picnic pavilions.

MATHESON HAMMOCK PARK

You can paddleboard, kiteboard, walk nature trails, or rent kayaks at this 600-acre park. There is also a nearby restaurant built into a historic coral rock building with a full service marina, snack bar, and picnic pavilions.

SOUTH FLORIDA

You are centrally located when you study at University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables –just 20 minutes from Downton Miami, 30 minutes from Miami Beach (pictured), 50 minutes to Fort Lauderdale and about an hour from Key Largo.

SOUTH FLORIDA

You are centrally located when you study at University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables –just 20 minutes from Downton Miami, 30 minutes from Miami Beach (pictured), 50 minutes to Fort Lauderdale and about an hour from Key Largo.

DOWNTOWN

About 20 minutes from campus, Downtown Miami is home to the majority of law firms in South Florida and you can take advantage of this proximity to do externships, clerkships and fellowships.

DOWNTOWN

About 20 minutes from campus, Downtown Miami is home to the majority of law firms in South Florida and you can take advantage of this proximity to do externships, clerkships and fellowships.

SOUTH BEACH

At the southernmost part of Miami Beach, South Beach is not only known for its beauty but also for its amazing nightlife and shopping. You can enjoy its sidewalk cafes or spend some time on Ocean Drive or Lincoln Road (pictured).

SOUTH BEACH

At the southernmost part of Miami Beach, South Beach is not only known for its beauty but also for its amazing nightlife and shopping. You can enjoy its sidewalk cafes or spend some time on Ocean Drive or Lincoln Road (pictured).

ART DECO

You will see this unique style of architecture marked chiefly by geometric motifs, curved forms, and often bold colors all over Miami Beach.

ART DECO

You will see this unique style of architecture marked chiefly by geometric motifs, curved forms, and often bold colors all over Miami Beach.

BRICKELL

Filled with restaurants and conveniently located in between campus and Miami Beach, you may decide to live on Brickell Avenue. This area also has the highest concentration of international banks in the nation and is ideal if you are looking to specialize in taxation of cross-border investment

BRICKELL

Filled with restaurants and conveniently located in between campus and Miami Beach, you may decide to live on Brickell Avenue. This area also has the highest concentration of international banks in the nation and is ideal if you are looking to specialize in taxation of cross-border investment.

METRORAIL

Use this elevated transit system, which connects our campus to downtown Miami and other stops in Miami-Dade County including Miami International Airport (MIA), Brickell and downtown Miami.

METRORAIL

Use this elevated transit system, which connects our campus to downtown Miami and other stops in Miami-Dade County including Miami International Airport (MIA), Brickell and downtown Miami.

BEACHES

If you love the beach, Greater Miami offers miles of sand and ocean at nearly 20 beaches. Miami enjoys a true tropical climate with summers almost identical to those of the Caribbean, and winters with mild, mostly dry weather and temperatures in the 60s.

BEACHES

If you love the beach, Greater Miami offers miles of sand and ocean at nearly 20 beaches. Miami enjoys a true tropical climate with summers almost identical to those of the Caribbean, and winters with mild, mostly dry weather and temperatures in the 60s.

THE EVERGLADES

If you have an interest in environmental law or just want to enjoy one of the most unique ecosystems in the world, the Florida Everglades National Park is only about 20 minutes from campus. As a visitor you can walk or bike on one of its many nature trails or take a kayak or an airboat ride to soak in the unusual vegetation.

THE EVERGLADES

If you have an interest in environmental law or just want to enjoy one of the most unique ecosystems in the world, the Florida Everglades National Park is only about 20 minutes from campus. As a visitor you can walk or bike on one of its many nature trails or take a kayak or an airboat ride to soak in the unusual vegetation.

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS

South Florida is home to professional teams for all of the major sports. Take advantage and study Entertainment and Sports Law or go to American Airlines Arena (pictured) where The Miami Heat play. Be sure to grab dinner at Bayside Marketplace just next door before heading over to a basketball game.

PROFESSIONAL SPORTS

South Florida is home to professional teams for all of the major sports. Take advantage and study Entertainment and Sports Law or go to American Airlines Arena (pictured) where The Miami Heat play. Be sure to grab dinner at Bayside Marketplace just next door before heading over to a basketball game.

SCUBA DIVING

Take a weekend getaway down to Key Largo or Key West for scuba diving as South Florida is home to the only living tropical reef within the continental U.S. We even have a Dive Bar student organization.

SCUBA DIVING

Take a weekend getaway down to Key Largo or Key West for scuba diving as South Florida is home to the only living tropical reef within the continental U.S. We even have a Dive Bar student organization.

TRADE

It is easy to specialize in Ocean & Coastal Law or International Law as the Port of Miami (pictured) is the top cargo gateway of the Americas and Miami is one of the world's largest privately owned and operated free trade zones. Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale also has a reputation as one of the best cruise ports in the world.

TRADE

It is easy to specialize in Ocean & Coastal Law or International Law as the Port of Miami (pictured) is the top cargo gateway of the Americas and Miami is one of the world's largest privately owned and operated free trade zones. Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale also has a reputation as one of the best cruise ports in the world.

COURTS

Hone your litigation skills with hands-on programs that take you numerous S. Florida courts (pictured is Miami-Dade County Courthouse). We also have Immigration Court and the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals which has courtrooms for Circuit, Civil and Family Court, and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

COURTS

Hone your litigation skills with hands-on programs that take you numerous S. Florida courts (pictured is Miami-Dade County Courthouse). We also have Immigration Court and the U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals which has courtrooms for Circuit, Civil and Family Court, and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

WYNWOOD

Best known for street art murals and Art Walk tours, this is a haven if you are an art lover. Its proximity is ideal for practicum training in our Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law program. You can also enjoy the neighborhood’s selection of galleries, shops, clubs and restaurants.

WYNWOOD

Best known for street art murals and Art Walk tours, this is a haven if you are an art lover. Its proximity is ideal for practicum training in our Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law program. You can also enjoy the neighborhood’s selection of galleries, shops, clubs and restaurants.

ART

As a key city in today’s art world, you can visit small galleries, Miami Design District and the annual Art Basel—the most important art show in the nation. Or take in the Perez Art Museum Miami (pictured) – its exterior draping vines lead into a sleek interior of modern art exhibits.

ART

As a key city in today’s art world, you can visit small galleries, Miami Design District and the annual Art Basel—the most important art show in the nation. Or take in the Perez Art Museum Miami (pictured) – its exterior draping vines lead into a sleek interior of modern art exhibits.

CAFÉ CUBANO

There’s no better place to get your fix for authentic Cuban coffee and food than 8TH Street - “Calle Ocho.” Just a 10-minute drive from campus, this street runs through the Little Havana neighborhood which is home to many Cuban immigrant residents.

CAFÉ CUBANO

There’s no better place to get your fix for authentic Cuban coffee and food than 8TH Street - “Calle Ocho.” Just a 10-minute drive from campus, this street runs through the Little Havana neighborhood which is home to many Cuban immigrant residents.

REAL ESTATE

If you are interested in real estate development, the South Florida area is a major hub.

REAL ESTATE

If you are interested in real estate development, the South Florida area is a major hub.

KEY BISCAYNE

Take the bridge to this island off Miami to visit its beautiful beaches, Miami Seaquarium or the Cape Florida Lighthouse (pictured) that resides on the 500-acre Bill Baggs State Park. If the beach is not for you, go to the Sony Ericsson Open that comes to the Key every winter.

KEY BISCAYNE

Take the bridge to this island off Miami to visit its beautiful beaches, Miami Seaquarium or the Cape Florida Lighthouse (pictured) that resides on the 500-acre Bill Baggs State Park. If the beach is not for you, go to the Sony Ericsson Open that comes to the Key every winter.