PreLaw - Spring 2013 - (Page Intro)
The Assured Outcomes Partnership at Florida Coastal School of Law
Coastal Law is committed to
enhancing the relationship with
our students and is proud to offer
a unique partnership that shares
accountability for their success.
We are the first law school in America to offer a program that
provides assurances of:
We offer challenging, accredited
curriculum taught by faculty and
practicing attorneys, combined with
generous supplemental support and
real-world experiences that prepare
our graduates for bar passage and
success in their chosen field.
• Bar passage
• First-year academic success
• Experiential learning opportunities
(internships, externships, pro bono projects, and more)
With reimbursements of up to $12,000 if we fail to deliver on our assurances.
It’s called the Assured Outcomes Partnership , a shared-accountability
program developed through years of evaluating the factors that contribute
to successful student outcomes. By following a set of best practices that are
incorporated into your program of study, you’ll be giving yourself a great chance
to achieve your goals.
The program is voluntary and there is no cost to participate.
You do your part. We do ours. Be assured.
Learn more about the Assured Outcomes Partnership at fcsl.edu/blogs/aop.
8787 Baypine Road• Jacksonville, Florida 32256 • www.fcsl.edu
Fully Accredited by the ABA
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of PreLaw - Spring 2013
PreLaw - Spring 2013
Table of Contents
What fewer applicants means for you
Law school news from around the nation
Will you be able to keep that scholarship?
Bar exam turnaround
Best schools for course offerings
Carolinas on my mind: profiles of North and South Carolina-area schools
Is part time for you?
Moving experiential learning into the curriculum
Best law schools
Business and Corporate Law; Health Law; Tax Law
Tips for negotiating scholarships and how to get off the waiting list
PreLaw - Spring 2013
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