News & Noteworthy

Post-Graduate Public Interest Employment Program Enters Fourth Year

 

Florida Coastal School of Law’s Post Graduate Public Interest Employment (PGPIE) program is preparing for its launch into a fourth year of service. Given the pressing need for quality legal services, the program is designed to assist public service agencies in filling essential gaps in representing the under-served, underrepresented, or those with limited resources. 

Coastal Law provides grants to public service organizations that employ its graduates in the program. Graduates are employees of the agency and eligible to participate in the program for up to five months. During this time, they represent clients and gain practical experience working with seasoned attorneys.
 

Faculty Highlights November 2010


  • Professors Kirsten Clement & Karen Millard
 
Professors Kirsten Clement and Karen Millard presented at the LWI one-day workshop hosted by Stetson University College of Law on Friday, December 3, 2010. Professors Clement and Millard presented on two topics: essential syllabus tips, and infusing professionalism in the classroom. Professors Clement and Millard thank the following faculty members who graciously shared materials for their presentation on essential syllabus tips: Mary Margaret Giannini, Darren Latham, Jana McCreary, Cynthia Stroud, and David Simon.