The 2012 Legal Technology Survey Report reported that Lawyers spend an average of 19% of their time on legal research. Not surprisingly, a larger percentage of time is spent on research by solo and small firm practitioners. To help students, especially those new to law school, build a strong research foundation, the Library staff provides a […]
The number one attribute that employers are looking for on law graduates’ resumes is Practical Legal Experience. Make sure you student doesn’t miss out on the opportunity to become a Certified Legal Intern and get that valuable hands-on experience.
This has been a busy few weeks for the Coastal Mock Trial Team. After four weeks of practice and five days of competition, the Mock Trial Intramural Competition is complete. The finals were held Thursday evening on campus. The finalists … Continue reading →
Save the date! On Tuesday, October 2nd, the Career Services Department is hosting an Alternative Careers Panel from 12pm to 1:15pm in Room 550. If you are interested in learning about alternative legal careers, you don’t want to miss this opportunity to explore alternative career options and learn how to position yourself for an alternative career. Our […]
According to Rod Sullivan, a professor at Florida Coastal School of Law, Amendment 1 has become a non-issue. The Amendment would “prohibit laws or rules from compelling any person or employer to purchase, obtain, or otherwise provide for health care … Continue reading →