Technology of the Week- Underscore Notify & Extensive Notes Notepad

Academic Technology has launched a compaign for technology applications that are available to students. On a weekly basis, technology apps will be posted on suite 410’s door as well as the AT blog spot. Be on the look out for technology applications that are available to you. This week check out: “Underscore Notify” for iPhone […]

Infringed Benefits … Myths, Truths and Consequences of Health Care Reform for the Poor and Disabled

By Sarah Sullivan | Assistant Professor of Professional Skills Illustrations by Tony Rodrigues, Tact Designs When discussing the sweeping federal health care reform of today, we can’t help but hear the political pundits’ constitutional perspective, the political perspective, and even the corporate “health care as a business” perspective. Coverage of the health care reform debate is on every television news network, Internet blog, and print medium […]

Client development and relationship building: school hosts national expert

Nationally recognized legal consultant William J. “Bill” Flannery Jr. spoke during an April Lunch and Learn that is being described by many as one of the most well-received programs hosted by the school in years. The presentation was organized by the school’s Career Services Department, the Small Business Administration and the Corporate and Business Law Society. According to Ellen […]

Rock legend drums up panel discussion

Jacksonville native Bobby Ingram runs in some rockin’ circles. As lead guitarist of legendary southern rock band Molly Hatchet, Ingram counts people like Don Henley and Journey’s Neal Schon as longtime friends. When he tells stories of his music business beginnings, it’s impossible to do so without mentioning the rich context of his experience. Bands […]

Lt. Governor makes campus visit during Black History Month

Florida Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll was on campus in late February to address students during Black History Month. She spoke to an enthusiastic crowd of more than 100 students about ways they can learn from her political and personal experiences — and theirconnection to the legal profession. Second-year law student Chelsi P. Henry helped organize […]