Ediberto Roman

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Ediberto Roman is a Professor of Law in the Florida International University College of Law, and author of law review articles. He also authored The Other American Colonies: An International and Constitutional Law Examination of The United States' Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Island Conquests[1] (Carolina Academic Press, 2005), which was nominated for the Law & Society Association's James Willard Hurst Prize for Best Work in Legal History.

Roman graduated magna cum laude from Lehman College in 1985 with a B.A. in Business Management. He received his J.D. in 1988 from the University of Wisconsin Law School. After practicing in New York City law firms from 1988 to 1995, he entered legal academia as a professor at the St. Thomas University Law School. He became a founding member of the faculty of the Florida International University College of Law in 2002. In August 2006, he was selected to chair the Hispanic National Bar Association section on the Legal Academy.

In addition to his recognition as a legal authority and writer, he is a student of Martial Arts and member of the American Taekwondo Association.[2][3]

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  1. ^ Carolina Academic Press page on The Other American Colonies: An International and Constitutional Law Examination of The United States' Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Island Conquests
  2. ^ Ediberto Roman's CV
  3. ^ American Taekwondo Association New Membership September 2010

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