Coastal students earn legal services fellowships

Florida Coastal School of Law was honored to see two students receive prestigious Florida Bar Association Legal Aid Summer Fellowships this summer. Travis Sumpter and Annie Kwon were two students of more than 40 across the state chosen for the fellowships. More than 400 students applied. The opportunity gives students interested in public law the […]

Students provide legal support to military community

Florida Coastal School of Law students Rolando Rodriquez and Mike Cintron could best be described as men on a mission. Their goal? To help military reservists at Naval Air Station Jacksonville get their legal needs squared away before deployment. The program is helping bridge the gap between the city’s legal community and the military in Jacksonville, […]

Professor returns to Bosnia for Fulbright Scholarship

Professor David Pimentel is working in Bosnia and Herzegovina this year on a Fulbright Scholarship. Pimentel, who has extensive experience studying judicial systems and reforms around the world, is analyzing the effectiveness of those efforts in developing nations – many of which he helped initiate more than eight years ago. His work will give the […]

Law Review Symposium draws interest, spring event in works

In the spring, approximately 100 guests attended the Florida Coastal Law Review’s annual Symposium, “Family, Life, and Legacy: Planning Issues for the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, and Transgender Communities.” The day-long event featured a standout panel of speakers and has given new momentum to the upcoming 2011 event. Florida Coastal Law Review Submissions Editor Nathan R. […]