Florida Coastal School of Law (Coastal Law) has a unique skills based program that is student-centered. Its programs are designed to advance students’ success in law school, on the bar exam, and in their careers. The school’s curriculum focuses on experiential education: the hands-on learning needed to equip graduates with the leadership, management, and interpersonal skills that are necessary for career success.
For the second year in a row, Florida Coastal School of Law was named a best law school for providing its students practical training by National Jurist Magazine, a leading news source in legal education. Coastal Law was listed in the top 20 of all law schools listed and received a grade of A+, up from an A- in 2014. Read the full article at bit.ly/NationalJuristAplus.
Fall classes begin August, 22, 2016 with new student orientation starting the week before. Coastal Law runs on rolling admissions. If you intend to graduate from your undergraduate institution in May, then a fall start date is likely the best option for you. Fall admits may choose from the traditional, three-year program or a four-year, part time program with classes offered in the day or evening.