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Florida Coastal School of Law

Florida Coastal School of Law is fully accredited by the American Bar Association.

About evenly divided by gender, Coastal Law students come from approximately 46 states and numerous countries, representing approximately 254 colleges and universities.

Our full-time faculty members represent more than 50 ABA-accredited law schools from across the country, including Harvard University, George Washington University, Duke University, Georgetown University, Columbia University, and New York University.

Coastal Law competitive teams regularly earn team wins and take individual honors at statewide, regional, national and international competitions, including Florida's oldest and most prestigious moot court competition in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Currently our Moot Court Honor Board is ranked 4th across the country among all ABA-Accredited Law Schools.

Recipient of the 2010 ABA Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Award.

The Davis College of Business at Jacksonville University and Florida Coastal School of Law recently created a joint degree program through which qualified individuals may enroll in the Coastal Law J.D. and the Davis MBA programs simultaneously. By allowing a number of courses to satisfy requirements in both programs at the same time, the time required to earn both degrees is shortened.

Coastal Law is one of only a handful of ABA accredited law schools to offer a spring start date.

Coastal Law operates on a rolling admission basis.


William Kirilloff is a final semester, third year law student at Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville Florida. Mr. Kirilloff is a graduate of Auburn University where he studied…
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Ms. Yarling has a B.A. cum laude in Political Science and Minors in Environmental Studies and Honors from Northern Kentucky University. Currently she is a second year law student at Florida…
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