Tag Archives: Spring 2013

Student gains U.S. Supreme Court litigation experience through D.C. internship

Second-year Coastal Law student and Moot Court Honor Board member Dino Perakis recently completed an 11-week summer internship with Safari Club International through the Legal Studies Institute (LSI) in Washington, D.C. For the past 40 years, LSI has been providing competitive internship programs, which enable students to receive college credit, hands-on experience, and access to […]

Professors win ABA award

Florida Coastal has received the ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Award for the pro bono representation of military servicemembers by Professors Laura Boeckman, Natalie Tuttle, and Sarah Sullivan. This award comes from the Standing Committee on Legal Assistance for Military Personnel (LAMP). National recognition by the ABA is a testament to the faculty of […]

Legal clinic assists alumna in win of decade-old case

A 2010 alumna, the Coastal Law Legal Clinic Fellow, and the school’s Immigrant Rights Clinic recently made headlines after receiving the decision that their client, a mother of six and U.S. resident for 25 years, had been granted permanent residency in the United States. The immigrant mother was detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) […]