1. Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law – also known as Barry Law.
It’s an academic college of Barry University in Orlando. The school offers several programs for both full-time and part-time students, including a 3-year daytime program and a 4-year extended program in the evening for the working class. This school offers the Juris Doctor (J.D) degree. The degree program consists of 90 semester hours in areas that are important to understanding law.
2. University of Miami School of Law Located in Coral Gables, Florida
The college has a collection of more than 600,000 volumes in print & microform, and also subscribes to the large and the ever-expanding list of electronic resources. Due to the size of faculty, this college is capable of providing an extensive curriculum selection for 2nd and 3rd year students. Law students get the opportunity to combine their J.D degrees with master’s degrees in communications, business, music business, marine affairs and public health. There is also a joint J.D/LL.M program where the students can complete both degrees in 7 semesters in areas of international law, taxation, coastal law and real property development
This is a private law school in Florida. The school was established in 1996. In the year 2013, it was ranked by The National Jurist among the top innovative law schools. The school offers several certification programs in some specialized areas of law; it offers environmental law certificate, international comparative law certificate, sports law certificate, advanced legal research & writing certificate and family law certificate.
This is one of the top personal injury law schools in Florida. It’s located in Miami and is accredited by American Bar Association. It’s the only public school in Southern Florida. 4 times in the school’s history, FIU has been ranked 1st in Florida with the state’s highest bar-passing rates (2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011).
Also called NSU law and Nova Law, this is a law school of Nova southeastern University. This school offers both full-time and part-time evening classes. This is a private school with a student/faculty ratio of 14:1:1 requiring 90 credit hours to graduate. This college offers J.D degree in the normal 3-year program, or in a 4-year, part-time evening program for the working class students. Apart from this, the school offers other joint-degree programs; health law, international law, criminal law, business practice and personal injury litigation.
This is accredited by American Bar Association and is also a member of the Association of American law schools. The school is located on main campus of St. Thomas University in Miami. The U.S and World Report Diversity index have placed this school in a tie 4th position among all ABE-accredited law schools in its Diversity. This is also the first school in the nation to confer J.D degrees upon Hispanic students.
The law school is accredited by American Bar Association and is a member of Association of American Law schools. Programs offered include J.D certificates of concentration in Advocacy, Environmental Law, Elder law, International law, Personal injury and social justice.
8. Florida State University College of Law
The school offers joint degree programs that allow students to earn other degrees in conjunction with J.D, including Master of Science, Master of Arts, Master of Business Administration and Ph.D degrees. In 2005, The U.S News and World Report ranked this college 45th best laws school in the nations and first in Florida.
The school offers a 3-year, full time J.D degree program. The college also offers advanced law degrees including degree programs in international taxation, taxation, environmental law and Personal Injury law. In 2005, U.S News and World Report law school rankings ranked this college 49th best law schools in America and 26th among the public law schools.
This an ABA-accredited school of law. It’s part of Florida A&M University.