Florida Coastal School Of Law

Florida Coastal School Of Law

Florida Coastal School of Law was established in 1996, and is owned by the InfiLaw Corp. This private law school in Jacksonville, Florida is popularly referred to as Coastal Law, and offers enrollment to students from more than 45 states and numerous countries worldwide.

Florida Coastal School of Law offers the Juris Doctor program as well as various certification courses. Students can choose from specialized areas of law like sports law, environmental law, family law, and international comparative law. In addition, the school operates six clinics giving students the opportunity to work through different legal issues. These clinics are:

  • Caribbean Law Clinic
  • Consumer Law Clinic
  • Family and Child Advocacy Clinic
  • Housing Rights Clinics
  • Immigration Law Clinic
  • Juvenile Law Clinic

Coastal Law sponsors a number of student clubs and organizations. Among those available on campus are the Animal Law Society, Black Law Students Association, American Bar Association - Law Student Division, CAPIL, the Christian Legal Society, the Federalist Society, the Italian American Law Students Association, Law Students Against Violence, Lambda Legal Society, Phi Delta Phi, and the Women Law Students' Association.

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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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