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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 …

Lindsay B. Haber

There may be a chill in the air, but divorce rates in Florida are heating up. Here’s why.

By February 12, 2021

A combination of lifestyle factors and economic opportunities are enticing people from around the country to move to Florida. 2020 set new records for population growth, with almost a thousand people officially moving in every day. Real estate is booming, and new businesses are starting up. An increase in divorce …

Abbey L. Kaplan

Virtual Mediation: “People want to get their cases resolved, and they have the opportunity to do it now.”

By December 2, 2020

Amidst the pandemic, I have seen the legal industry adapt with ease to a technology-driven world, especially one area in particular: virtual mediation. In fact, outside of operating in a remote environment, the mediation process has not changed at all; the only difference is that attorneys are no longer sitting …