Tag Archives: Tiffany-Ashley Disney

Failures of the Current H1-B Visa Program

By Tiffany-Ashley Disney – The first step in being granted an H1-B Visa is obtaining a spot in the lottery of submitted applications. After surviving the lottery, the petition is reviewed by an immigration officer who makes the determination whether the worker is highly skilled and qualifies for the awarding of an H1-B Visa. There […]

NSAC Feature: Professor Tunku Alina Alias, PhD

By Tiffany-Ashley Disney – This author had the opportunity to meet with with Professor Tunku Alina Alias, who teaches Islamic Finance Law at the University of Miami School of Law.  The following is summary of this meeting. Tell me about your career: In 1992 my law partner and I co-founded a firm in Malaysia.  It’s a […]

The Virtual War against Cybercrimes in America

By Tiffany-Ashley Disney – “[C]yber threats are some of the most serious national security and economic challenges facing the United States,” stated Michael Daniel, Special Assistant to the President and Cybersecurity Coordinator, during an On-the-Record Press Call regarding the President’s Executive Order, “Blocking the Property of Certain Persons Engaging in Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities.” On […]

Candidates from the 2015 Law Review Write-On Competition Announced!

It is with great pleasure that the University of Miami National Security and Armed Conflict Law Review announces the addition of eight new candidates to our ranks. These highly qualified individuals were chosen through their participation of the University of Miami 2015 Law Review Write-On competition, where they were tasked with reading hundreds of pages […]