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Why Minor in Law at Flagler?

Here's Our Top 3

Reason 1:

The right mix: The Law minor at Flagler College delivers a power shot of liberal arts education that will sharpen your skills in research, writing, reasoning, speaking, and problem-solving. These are valuable skills in any field and critical skills if you do pursue law as a career.

Reason 2:

The program gets results. Our students have gone on to earn law degrees at some of the top fifty law schools in the nation, including Columbia, New York University, Georgetown, Northwestern, Vanderbilt, Boston University, University of Florida, Florida State, Georgia, and many more.

Reason 3:

A space of our own: It’s something of a campus secret, but Flagler Law minors enjoy one of the best spots on campus. Our faculty offices are clustered together around a conference room and an informal lounge that are available to students for brainstorming, strategizing, and preparing for cases. Just like in a real law firm.

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Associate Professor of Law and History Tracy Upchurch is one of Flagler’s most active professors, on and off campus.

Why Minor in Law at Flagler?

Our Top 3 Reasons

About Frank D. Upchurch, Sr.

The Frank D. Upchurch, Sr., Endowed Law Program is named in honor of Frank D. Upchurch, Sr., by his family and friends as an enduring memorial to commemorate his contributions to the legal profession, St. Augustine, and the State of Florida. He served as City Commissioner and Mayor of St. Augustine, Representative to the Florida House of Representatives, and as a member of the Florida Senate. He was an ardent preservationist and helped establish the St. Augustine Restoration Commission to help preserve, restore, and interpret colonial St. Augustine for future generations.