Hogshead-Makar reflects on 40 years of Title IX

In April, Olympic gold medalist and Coastal Law Professor Nancy Hogshead-Makar moderated a panel of industry experts who discussed the Patsy T. Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act — more widely known as Title IX. Now in its 40th year, the legislation generated conversation on several related topics, including the commercialization of intercollegiate athletics and athletes’ publicity […]

Professor Roederer named Fulbright Scholar

Florida Coastal School of Law Professor of Law Christopher J. Roederer is headed to South Africa on a Fulbright Scholarship, bringing his family — including wife and Coastal Law associate professor Ericka Curran and their children — with him on the fall semester program. The title of his Fulbright project is Democracy and Delict Reform; Legal Theory That […]

A Conversation with Linsay Warren, Coastal Law Class of 2007

Between her full time job as assistant general counsel for the Wounded Warrior Project and serving as a coach for Coastal Law’s perennial top ranked moot court team, Linsay Warren ’07 serves on the Florida Coastal School of Law Foundation board, encouraging alumni to support the Foundation and helping award scholarships to Coastal Law students. […]

Coastal Law Library & Technology Center receives makover

With a portion of the Library’s first floor blocked off by CAUTION tape or plastic sheeting, and construction sounds emanating from behind the barriers, many of our patrons probably wondered what we were up to during the summer of 2011. All was revealed when the new space reopened early last year. The renovation added 10 […]