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Q&A with H.T. Smith and Alan Kluger: Creating a Diverse Workforce in the South Florida Legal Community

By May 4, 2021

Earlier this year, Kluger Kaplan launched its inaugural H.T. Smith Legal Studies Scholarship to support minority law school students who have a strong connection with the South Florida community. The scholarship is named after H.T. Smith, founding Director of the Trial Advocacy Program at Florida International University College of Law – who …

Fox Chronicle – Top 5 Celebrity Splits: Bill & Melinda Gates, Jeff & MacKenzie Bezos, Kim Kardashian & Kanye West, Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez, Saweetie & Quavo (May 4, 2021)

By May 4, 2021

Download this article – PDF Top 5 Celebrity Splits: Bill & Melinda Gates, Jeff & MacKenzie Bezos, Kim Kardashian & Kanye West, Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez, Saweetie & Quavo By Mac Venucci Not all celebrity couples get the fairy tale ending they were hoping for. I always heard that …

The Real Deal – Seller of industrial property to Blackstone sues ex-partners for $5M (April 27, 2021)

By April 27, 2021

Download this article – PDF Seller of industrial property to Blackstone sues ex-partners for $5M Blackstone bought the three-building complex near Miami International Airport for $56M in 2019 By Lidia Dinkova Blackstone’s $56 million purchase of an industrial property near Miami International Airport closed nearly two years ago, but the legal …

Fox Chronicle – Top 5 Marital and Family Law Attorneys of South Florida: Deborah Chames (April 22, 2021)

By April 27, 2021

Download this article – PDF Top 5 Marital and Family Law Attorneys of South Florida: Dori Foster-Morales, Andrew M. Leinoff, Robert D. Orshan, Deborah Chames, Catherine M. Rodriguez By Mac Venucci Deborah Chames Deborah Chames is a seasoned family attorney known for handling complex and high conflict divorces. She has …

Miami Herald BUSINESS MONDAY – In Miami’s legal community, many Black attorneys still feel like ‘fish out of water’ (April 19, 2021)

By April 19, 2021

Download this article – PDF In Miami’s legal community, many Black attorneys still feel like ‘fish out of water’ BY ROB WILE “We’re not doing enough.”  When it comes to the legal profession’s progress on racial inequities, Alan Kluger doesn’t mince words.  “It’s not intentional,” Kluger, the co-namesake of well-regarded …