We are sensitive to the responsibilities faced by today’s students. That is why the FIU College of Law offers students the opportunity to meet those obligations as well as attend law school on either a full-time or part-time basis. Entering students will be expected to fully participate in an orientation program scheduled prior to the start of classes in the fall. The purpose of this orientation is to introduce students to the study of law and to help them make the transition into law school.
Policies & Regulations
The College of Law is committed to training lawyers capable of serving the high ideals of the profession in all areas of practice, from criminal courts, family court, and corporate boardrooms, to forums of litigation, mediation, legislation and regulation. Extensive programmatic offerings take our students out of the classroom and into the real world of legal practice both locally and internationally.
- International and Graduate Studies
- Legal Skills and Values Program
- Clinical Programs
- Legal Externships
- Community Service
- Trial Advocacy Program
- Appellate Advocacy Program
- Law Review
- Intellectual Property Certificate