1. Ave Maria School of Law
Ave Maria School of Law focuses on professional excellence, the moral foundations of the law, and the harmony of faith and reason. It is a national Catholic law school. Ave Maria is committed to producing highly competent graduates who are able to reflect critically on the law and its principles. The student-to-faculty ratio is of approximately 16 to 1. The experienced faculty members prepare students to practice at the highest level and to succeed on bar exams throughout the country.
2. Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
The University of Orlando School of Law was founded in early 1993. The School of Law became a part of Barry University, a Catholic international university in March of 1999. The School of Law facilities include a 9,000-square-foot classroom and and a 36,000-square-foot law library.
3. Florida A&M University College of Law
Florida A&M University (FAMU) was established in 1887. It is a comprehensive, public, coeducational, and fully accredited land-grant university. It offers a broad range of instruction, research, and service programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels. The FAMU College of Law reopened in downtown Orlando, Florida, in 2002, as the only public law school in Central Florida. The College of Law moved into its brand-new state-of-the-art permanent facility at 201 Beggs Avenue in 2006.
4. Florida Coastal School of Law
Florida Coastal School of Law is fully accredited by the ABA. It offers the finest legal education. It is led by exceptional and internationally accomplished faculty. Coastal Law offers mentorship and a realistic, experience-based approach.
5. University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law
It was founded in 1909. It has been a member of the AALS since 1920. It was approved by the ABA in 1925. The college’s faculty is highly accomplished scholars, educators, and practitioners. The University of Florida is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive universities. It is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities.
6. Florida International University College of Law
The college received full approval by the ABA in December 2006. The curriculum incorporates important developments in the globalization of both public and private law. The academic program incorporates new perspectives into all domestic law classes, taking a pervasive approach to both international and comparative law.
7. The Florida State University College of Law
The school encourages close working relationships among students and faculty. Florida State Law’s liberal arts orientation provides students have a strong sense of community. It integrates insights from such diverse disciplines as history, philosophy, psychology, sociology, economics, and finance into the study of law.
8. University of Miami School of Law
It was established in 1926 in Coral Gables, Florida. The University of Miami School of Law is part of one of the largest private research universities in the United States. Miami is accredited by the ABA. It is a member of the AALS also.
9. Nova Southeastern University—Shepard Broad Law Center
NSU Law is accredited by the ABA. It is also a member of the AALS. The Law Center is located in the suburbs of Fort Lauderdale.
10. St. Thomas University School of Law
St. Thomas University School of Law is a fully accredited law school by the ABA. It was founded in 1984. St. Thomas emphasizes professional ethics throughout its programs. It provides intensive academic support on an individual and small-group basis. The curriculum includes an array of clinical experiences.
11. Stetson University College of Law
Stetson University College of Law is Florida’s first law school. It was founded in 1900. Stetson is fully accredited by the ABA. It has been an AALS member since 1931. The college is an equal opportunity education institution.