Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University's (FAMU) College of Law was recently recognized as one of “America’s 10 Most Valuable Law Schools."https://myemail.constantcontact.com/FAMU-s-College-of-Law-Recognized-as-one-of-USA-s-10-Most-Valuable-Law-Schools.html?soid=1132945987595&aid=Hk6O874AE1A
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University's (FAMU) College of Law was recently recognized as one of “America’s 10 Most Valuable Law Schools."
"The Knowledge Review" noted FAMU's College of Law for its rigorous curriculum in its traditional and evening programs. Students in both programs receive extensive writing skills, clinical and practical experiences and participate in community service activities benefitting the Orlando area.
As quoted by the publication, '"It is of the opinion that abroad study programs can be valuable additions to the law school educational process.'"
Representatives from FAMU's College of Law agree and discussed the honor on its website.
"During Black History Month, it is most appropriate to reflect on FAMU Law’s rich and meaningful history here in Florida. It is a story of great excitement to be established in 1949 with the first law class entering in 1951, heartfelt devastation to be closed and sweet triumph to be reestablished years later and located in Orlando."
FAMU's College of Law is the only HBCU law school to be closed and reopened. Located in downtown Orlando, it continues its legacy as a beacon of hope and catalyst for change serving the needs of traditionally underserved people and communities locally, nationally and internationally.
"The K nowledge Review" provides data relevant to every individual connected to education and has created a domain which aims to provide the latest trends, news, technology development and new techniques used by different institutes, which will eventually facilitate the procedures of development. You may click here to read the full article about FAMU's College of Law.