Project No One Leaves, Miami was created in 2010 by students at the University of Miami Law School, as part of the Community Justice Project at Florida Legal Services.  The program is modeled after, and in partnership with, Project No One Leaves, founded by the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau.

No One Leaves recognizes that many people impacted by the foreclosure crisis are unable to take advantage of new legal protections due to the lack of representation. Volunteers from surrounding universities and community organizations participate in door-to-door canvassing, as well as the creation and facilitation of pro se workshops with limited representation.  

These efforts provide an immediate and direct benefit to the residents in need of legal representation. Participants gain knowledge of landlord-tenant law, the foreclosure process, financial regulation, and different methods of legal services delivery to the poor.