Diana Jordan Zamora

Lecturer

Phone:
(305) 284-4102
Locator Code:
6532

 
About

Biography

Diana Jordan Zamora teaches Business Law and Ethics, Critical Thinking, Legal Aspects of Business Regulation, and International Business Law. She has also taught First Amendment and Media Law as an adjunct law professor.She also collaborates with professors from Latin America to teach Intellectual Property and Business Law in Spanish through the Inter-American Development Bank's Women in STEM Entrepreneurship program. She is currently partnered with the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra in the Dominican Republic.Diana has appeared on CNN Dinero to discuss proposed changes to the Communications Decency Act and has presented at conferences through the Media Law Resource Center and the Universidad Pablo de Olavide in Spain.Before attending law school, she wrote for Condé Nast Mexico & Latin America and interned for Fox Latin American Channel's Business and Legal Affairs Department.Currently, she serves as the secretary of WLRN Public Media's Community Advisory Board and is a member of the Florida Bar's Media & Communications Law Committee.
Career

Education

2015J.D. , University of Miami School of Law
2011M.A. , University of Miami School of Communication
2010B.A. , Florida International University Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs

Professional Experience

2022 - Adjunct Professor, University of Miami School of Communication
2022 - Adjunct Professor, University of Miami School of Law
2017 - Lecturer, Business Law, University of Miami Herbert Business School
2016 - 2017Law Clerk to the Honorable Federico A. Moreno, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida
2015 - 2016Law Clerk to the Honorable Edwin G. Torres,, United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Honors & Acknowledgements

Engaged Faculty Fellow
University of Miami Office of Civic & Community Engagement, 2019-2020
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: International Business Law | Media Law | Intellectual Property

Publications

Diana Jordan Zamora Havana Rights: How Lifting the Cuban Embargo Could Affect Trademark Rights to the Cohiba Brand