Civil Litigation Pathway
Civil Litigation is a legal dispute between two or more parties that seek damages and other remedies beyond criminal sanctions. Lawyers who practice civil litigation represent parties in trials, hearings, arbitrations and mediations before administrative agencies, foreign tribunals and federal, state and local courts.
There are a number of courses devoted to subjects within the broad area of Civil Litigation as well courses to help you prepare to take the bar examination. Students who want to pursue legal practice in this area should consider the courses below. Other courses, besides those listed, are offered under the FIU College of Law curriculum.
Please view the Schedule of Classes to determine which courses will be offered during the current school year.
Foundation Courses related to this pathway include: Civil Procedure.
- Administrative Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Appellate Procedure I (Moot Court)
- Appellate Procedure II
- Complex Litigation
- Federal Courts
- Florida Civil Practice
- Florida Constitutional Law
- Medical Malpractice
- Products Liability