As schools opened their doors this fall and students entered their classrooms, many brought generative artificial intelligence (AI) with them. Generative AI has sparked debates about its role in different settings, including in the education context. This Editorial Note will explore the debate about using generative AI in legal education. Its goal is to stimulate… Read more »
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Recently, in Indiana, a white woman stabbed an Asian woman because, according to the white woman, “she was doing the world a favor.” That woman is now in custody and charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery, and battery using a deadly weapon. It is not surprising, yet still frustrating, that, as a society, we have… Read more »
Yale, Harvard, UC Berkeley, Colombia, Georgetown, Stanford, Michigan, Duke, Northwestern, and UC Irvine have pulled out of the U.S. News & World Report rankings, a highly influential and controversial tool used by prospective students, employers, and Law School Deans and Council. One central message from Law School is that the rank disincentives programs that support… Read more »
Let’s talk about Hurricane Fiona—how a storm that caused significant damage to Puerto Rico revealed the island’s broken system. As the Editor-in-Chief of the Maurer Global Forum and a born and raised Puerto Rican, I would like to discuss Hurricane Fiona from a legal perspective to invite discussions on this forum. Some of you may… Read more »
“The glitches are there to help you to adjust your plans for success.” Unknown Author This story is about a “glitch” in my plan that led me to the success that I have now. It’s also related to the people around you who can contribute to glitches or success. This “glitch” is a grade I… Read more »
I am a Puerto Rican, U.S. attorney, and food blogger. I would describe myself as fun, funny, intelligent, and a “Jack of all trades, master of none” (a one-woman band).