Foundation names first scholarship recipient

Out of the dozens of exceptional entries, Caitlin Milo was named the first recipient of the Martha Sonnenschein Memorial Scholarship by the Florida Coastal School of Law Foundation in a ceremony in November. Milo, a Pennsylvania native and student in the class of 2013, was selected for the $5,000 scholarship award for her outstanding academics and […]

New scholarship connects incoming class with alumni

The Florida Coastal Offices of Admissions and Alumni Relations are proud to announce a new $2,000 alumni scholarship program for incoming Florida Coastal students. The Alumni Admissions Referral Scholarship invites alumni to nominate prospective and incoming students to the Admissions Office who they believe will be a valuable and successful addition to Florida Coastal’s incoming […]

Maurice Jones-Drew investigation close to concluding

Nick Martino, a defense attorney and adjunct professor at Florida Coastal School of Law, cautioned that the videotape doesn’t guarantee an easy understanding of what happened. “I can tell you that the picture quality of these tapes is very poor,” Martino said. “They may not even be able to tell if it’s Maurice Jones-Drew.” Read […]

Alimony Reform Bill is Vetoed

Okay, this news is a few weeks old, but it is big news.  Family law attorneys can, for at least a short while, rest easy knowing that old cases are not going to be reopened with a new law that would apply retroactively nor will equal timesharing (50/50) become the presumed norm.  I suspect, however, this reprieve will be […]