In the U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 edition of Best Graduate Schools, FIU Law has risen to 105. In just four years, FIU Law has ascended from unranked (below 150) among top law schools, to 132, to 113, to their present ranking of 105. This represents an increase of more than 44 spots since 2009.
In the 2013 Moot Court Finals, students argued before a distinguished panel of judges. Senior Circuit Judges Douglas H. Ginsburg and A. Raymond Randolph, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, and Chief Judge Linda Ann Wells of the Florida Third District Court of Appeal, presided over the arguments.
The FIU Law Trial Team took Washington, D.C., by storm, winning first place at the 16th annual White Collar Crime Invitational, a three-day mock trial competition hosted by the Georgetown University Law Center Barristers’ Council. Read More…
The legal community came together Sept. 29 to celebrate 10 years of FIU Law. In the process, nearly $1 million was raised for fellowships and scholarships, ensuring that the college’s promise to educate a unique type of lawyer will be kept for generations.
Ten years ago, dreams became actions – and FIU finally had its College of Law. The next decade would see the birth and growth of a law school that would match – and eventually surpass – all expectations. Join us as we look back on a decade of outstanding legal education.