Following the recent announcement of his appointment as president of Florida Coastal School of Law, Dennis Stone, formerly president at Charlotte School of Law, began his first week at the school.
“We are so pleased to welcome Dennis Stone back to the Florida Coastal community,” said Rick Inatome, CEO of the InfiLaw System of law schools. “President Stone helped found Florida Coastal. He has served in a variety of leadership positions in the InfiLaw consortium and has been a primary contributor to our success.”
President Stone has more than 30 years of experience in legal education, having served as director of the law library at the University of Connecticut School of Law and in a similar capacity at Gonzaga University School of Law.
Stone succeeds Rick Inatome, who continues to serve as CEO for InfiLaw.
More about Dennis Stone
Dennis Stone was a founding executive officer of the InfiLaw Consortium, serving as vice president for operations and new school development. He also was as a founding executive of Florida Coastal School of Law. Stone has been in legal education for over 30 years. He was a tenured professor of law and law librarian at the University of Connecticut and served in a similar capacity at Gonzaga University School of Law. He has taught in a number of areas and has helped found several law journals, including the Canadian-American Law Journal and the University of Connecticut Journal of International Law. Stone has served in a several capacities with the California and Florida Bar Associations, the American Association of Law Schools, the American Association of Law Libraries and is a former member of Westlaw Advisory Council. Stone has been active with the American Bar Association and, among other things, has served as a site evaluator of other law schools. He earned his JurisDoctor at McGeorge School of Law and earned a B.A. and M.L.S at the University of California, Berkeley.
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