Student, University of Miami School of Law
Kyle Marshall is a second year law student at the University of Miami School of Law. He currently serves as secretary of the Intellectual Property Law Society and as an intern with the Professional Responsibility and Ethics Program.
As a member of the Psychology, Public Policy & Law Journal, he is currently researching the legal and aesthetic circumstances of fa’afafines in American Samoa. During the fall semester of 2010, he was an extern of Vital Pharmaceutical’s General Counsel. This past summer, Kyle interned with the honorable Scott J. Silverman of the Eleventh Circuit of Florida. He is particularly interested in legal issues involving the arts, copyrights, cultural property, and trademarks.
Kyle earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture and a concentration in European history from Rhode Island School of Design. Prior to enrolling at the University of Miami School of Law, he volunteered as a WorldTeach high school instructor in American Samoa. He has also interned with the Rhode Island School of Design Museum and Gallery Z of Providence, RI. Kyle is originally from Bayville, NY and currently resides in Miami, FL.