Tag Archives: Fall 2011

A conversation with Coastal Law’s Daniel Cohn

Third-year Coastal Law student Daniel Cohn was born in Greenville, South Carolina, and grew up in Atlanta. After graduating from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, he worked in three local law enforcement agencies and the Federal Bureau of Investigation before ultimately deciding to attend law school. While at Coastal Law he has externed […]

Homepage named among country’s top 10 for law schools

Florida Coastal School of Law’s website has earned rave reviews from staff and students over the years, and now results from a national study confirm its excellence. A comprehensive report compiled by law librarians from Yale Law School and Georgetown University Law Center – Jason Eiseman and Roger V. Skalbeck, respectively – identified the best […]

After successful first year, Skills Lab offerings to expand

Florida Coastal School of Law’s Skills Lab program recently celebrated its first year of course offerings, with plans to increase the number and scope of its classes. Skills Lab courses emphasize practical skills and have become increasingly popular with Coastal Law students. “The main thing we heard from law offices is that they wanted candidates with […]

Citizenship Day provides opportunities for immigrant community

Florida Coastal School of Law, supported by the American Immigration Lawyers and the Jacksonville Bar Association, hosted a day long outreach event in April for the local immigrant community. More than 25 local attorneys providing pro bono expertise helped make the Second Annual Citizenship Day an effective workshop for those in need. Participating attorneys helped […]