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The Center for Law Practice Technology courses open this Spring

Coastal Weekly | October 13 – October 19 The recently announced Coastal Center for Law Practice Technology will be offering the following courses this spring: Law Practice Technology and Management:  3 credits- Professors Granat and Kimbro Ethics of Online Legal Services:   1 credit- Professors Hornsby and Kimbro Social Media in Law Practice: 1 credit-  Professor […]

Still time to apply for scholarships and another Moot Court win

Coastal Weekly | October 6 – October 12 Foundation Update Scholarships – there is still time to apply for the Dan Bradley Scholarship of $2,500 and four Coastal Law Foundation Scholarships of $2,000 each.  Deadline is October 10, 2013.  For more information contact: Kirsten Oliver at Koliver@fcsl.edu Foundation Board – the Foundation Board is currently […]

Opportunities and scholarships

Coastal Weekly | September 29 – October 5, 2013 Career Services Drop-In Day for 2Ls & 3Ls The CSD will be hosting any 2Ls and 3Ls who wish to DROP-IN to the Career Services Office, ROOM 180, on Tuesday, October 1st between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. for help completing Spring 2014 Externship Applications and […]

Congrats to our ABOTA scholarship recipients

Coastal Weekly | September 22-28 Florida Character & Fitness Clearance Onsite Fingerprinting Opportunity for Students Take advantage of this fantastic opportunity! The company who does all fingerprinting for the Florida Bar will be in the Library on Wednesday, October 2nd. Avoid the drive to their offices, off-site appointments, and get your fingerprinting done. Students must […]

Coastal Law Foundation awards scholarships

Coastal Weekly | September 15-21 Coastal Law Foundation awards scholarships This September, two Coastal Law students were awarded scholarships from the The Coastal Law Foundation. We are grateful to the faculty members who contributed their time and expertise in the area of clinical and pro bono work, and participated in the selection process. Leah S. […]