Eloisa C. Rodriguez-Dod

Professor of Law

Professor Eloisa C. Rodriguez-Dod joined the FIU College of Law faculty in 2012. She previously had been teaching at the College of Law since 2006, as a Visiting Professor and an Adjunct Professor. Prior to joining FIU, she was a Professor of Law at Nova Southeastern University Law Center, where she received tenure in 2005. She also served as the Academic Director of its NSU-University of Barcelona dual-degree program. In 2008, she was selected “Professor of the Year.” Before joining academia, Professor Rodriguez-Dod practiced law at White & Case. 

Professor Rodriguez-Dod’s scholarship focuses on the necessary balancing of autonomy versus societal goals. Her work includes books, monographs, book chapters, and law review articles. She has been cited, quoted, and excerpted in texts, scholarly books, articles, academic blogs, and leading treatises.

Professor Rodriguez-Dod teaches Property, Wills & Trusts, and Elder Law. She has also taught courses in Real Estate Transactions & Finance and Landlord/Tenant law. She has been a member of The Florida Bar since 1990. She also has been active in civic work, representing both La Liga Contra el Cancer and the Lawton Foundation.

J.D., University of Miami (1990)
M.B.A., Florida International University (1983)
B.B.A., University of Miami (1980)

Bloomberg BNA Tax Management Portfolios:
824 T.M., Testamentary Capacity, Undue Influence and Validity of Wills (co-author)