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Bloomberg Law Insights: Improving Diversity in South Florida Legal Industry And Elsewhere (April 18, 2022)

By April 19, 2022

Download this article – PDF Improving Diversity in South Florida Legal Industry—And Elsewhere  By: Alan Kluger & H.T. Smith  VIEW ARTICLE ONLINE  To incentivize minority law students to stay and practice in South Florida, Alan Kluger, a partner at Kluger Kaplan in Miami, and H.T. Smith, the founding director of …

South Florida Times – Prestigious Law Firm Creates A 2nd H.T. Smith Scholarship (March 31, 2022)

By April 5, 2022

  Download this article – PDF Prestigious Law Firm Creates A 2nd H.T. Smith Scholarship Miami – Miami-based law firm Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine, P.L has launched its second annual H.T. Smith Legal Studies Scholarship to support minority law school students who have a strong connection with the …

FIU Law – Kluger Kaplan Launches Second Annual H.T. Smith Legal Studies Scholarship (March 30, 2022)

By April 5, 2022

Download this article – PDF Kluger Kaplan Launches Second Annual H.T. Smith Legal Studies Scholarship  Mar 30, 2022 | Faculty News, FIU Law, Trial Ad News  The Miami-based law firm Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine has launched its second annual H.T. Smith Legal Studies Scholarship.  Named after Professor Smith, the $10,000 scholarship — and summer clerkship …

The Florida Bar News – KLUGER KAPLAN TO AWARD H.T. SMITH LEGAL STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP FOR MINORITY STUDENTS (March 28, 2022)

By April 5, 2022

Download this article – PDF KLUGER KAPLAN TO AWARD H.T. SMITH LEGAL STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP FOR MINORITY STUDENTS One student will receive $10,000 in financial assistance to attend a Florida law school and will receive a summer clerkship Miami-based Kluger, Kaplan, Silverman, Katzen & Levine has launched its second annual H.T. Smith Legal Studies …

Miami Today – Charter Schools to Share Referendum Funding, Court Rules (March 23, 2022)

By March 23, 2022

Download this article – PDF Charter Schools to Share Referendum Funding, Court Rules Written by Abraham Galvan Florida’s 3rd District Court of Appeals ruled last week that Miami-Dade County charter schools are indeed eligible for funding approved through a 2018 voter-approved public school system referendum. This ruling reverses a lower …