Florida Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Florida in Alphabetical Order


Florida Law Schools

  • Coral Gables - University of Miami School of Law
    1311 Miller Rd., Coral Gables 33146, Phone: (305) 284-2339

    Founded in 1996, the School of Lawís Center for Ethics and Public Service is an interdisciplinary clinical program devoted to the values of ethical judgment, professional responsibility, and public service in law and society. The Centerís in-house clinics and educational programs provide legal representation to low-income communities in the fields of childrenís rights, public health entitlements, and nonprofit economic development, as well as legal ethics education and professional training to the Law School, University, and Florida business, civic, and legal communities. The Center observes three guiding principles: interdisciplinary collaboration, public-private partnership, and student mentoring and leadership training. Our goal is to educate law students to serve their communities as citizen lawyers.

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  • Fort Lauderdale - NShephard Broad Law Center Nova Southeastern University
    3305 College Ave, Fort Lauderdale 33315, Phone: (305) 760-5766

    NSU Law Centerís mission is to provide our students with the skills they need to practice effectively in our vibrant South Florida community or elsewhere in the global community. The faculty, a diverse group of teacher-scholars with a wide range of backgrounds, is committed to producing highly qualified and compassionate practicing attorneys who reflect the diversity of the communities they serve. Our curriculum stresses practical skills and the integration of technology with the law, so that our students embark on their law careers prepared for the real-world challenges of modern legal practice.

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  • Gainesville - Levin College of Law - University of Florida
    PO Box 117621, Gainesville 32611-7621, Phone: (352) 273-0890

    The law school offers courses of study leading to the Juris Doctor degree, including Certificate Programs in Environmental and Land Use Law, Estates and Trusts Practice, Family Law, Intellectual Property Law or International and Comparative Law. Joint J.D./M.A. and J.D./Ph.D. degrees in a variety of disciplines are available, too. The college also offers one of the leading LL.M. in Taxation programs in the United States.

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  • Gulfport - Stetson University College of Law
    1401 61st Street South, Gulfport 33707-3299, Phone: (727) 562-7800

    Stetson University College of Law provides a dynamic and supportive scholarly community in which students learn, in and outside the classroom and by example, to become outstanding lawyers and leaders who serve the profession and society.

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  • Jacksonville - Florida Coastal School of Law
    8787 Baypine Road, Jacksonville 32256, Phone: (904) 680-7700

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  • Miami - Florida International University College of Law
    University Park Campus, Rafael Diaz-Balart Hall (RDB) Suite 1055, Miami 33199, Phone: (305) 348-8006

    The mission of the Florida International University College of Law is to serve the citizens of the State of Florida, particularly South Florida, by providing access to the legal profession through a contemporary, high-quality educational program. Like the University and metropolitan communities of which they are a part, the student body, faculty and administration reflect a wide variety of backgrounds and interests. Out of this diversity, the College of Law seeks to create a scholarly community in which students and faculty discuss issues freely and with respect for differing perspectives.

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  • Miami Gardens - St. Thomas University School of Law
    16401 NW 37th Avenue, Miami Gardens, Phone: (305) 623-2310

    St. Thomas University is an urban, student-centered, Catholic university with rich cultural and international diversity, dedicated to educating leaders who contribute to the economic and cultural vitality of the regions they serve.

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  • Orlando - Barry University - Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
    6441 East Colonial Drive, Orlando 32807, Phone: (321) 206-5600

    Barry University School of Law seeks to offer a quality legal education in a caring environment that will enable its graduates to apply the skills and knowledge they have acquired to their own personal development and to the good of society through the competent and ethical practice of law or through pursuits other than traditional legal practice. The School of Law seeks to provide a learning environment which challenges students to accept intellectual, personal, ethical, spiritual, and social responsibilities. The School commits itself to assuring a religious dimension in an atmosphere of religious freedom and to providing community service.

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  • Orlando - Florida A&M University College of Law
    201 Beggs Avenue, Orlando 32801, Phone: (407) 254-3628

    To provide a law program with high academic standards that produce excellent legal professionals who demonstrate professionalism, provide public service, enhance justice and promote scholarship; to provide a program that offers both full-time and part-time learning opportunities to students; and, consistent with the enabling legislation, to provide opportunities for minorities to attain representation within the legal profession.

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  • Tallahassee - Florida State University College of Law
    425 W. Jefferson Street, Tallahassee 32306-1601, Phone: (850) 644-3400

    To provide forum for contemporary legal discourse, we must: Adhere to the highest standards of analysis, accuracy, andtimeliness in publishing the law review; Distinguish the college of law as a leading institution, known for its support of scholarship and academic pursuit; Attract the college of law's finest legal communicators by encouraging independent legal thought, offering positions of responsibility, and maintaining a tradition of service to our college; Inform our profession about the compelling issues of our time by providing a forum for student scholars, practitioners, and legal educators; Offer our profession a selection of articles balanced between the theoretical and the practical; Uphold the honor and decorum of our profession by championing the highest standards of conduct; Stand together as advocates of quality legal education and strive to improve the reputation of our law review and of our school; Inspire cooperation, commitment, and camaraderie among our membership and the college of law at large; and Safeguard an institutional memory and tradition so that those who follow will benefit from our experience.

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