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Law Program

As one of our professors puts it, “Flagler’s Law program gives you the keys to the kingdom.” When you minor in the Flagler College Law program, you’re enabling yourself to take on pretty much any future challenge, including (but not limited to) law school.

What you’ll study

Flagler’s rigorous law classes simulate those at law schools, preparing you for post-graduate study. Plus, you can expect attentive advising from professors who are also practicing attorneys. They'll help you navigate admission to law school, LSAT preparation, and financial considerations.

Practical Experience

The Law program's generous endowment allows to develop valuable experiences for you. For example, you might compete against other schools in the American Mock Trial Association. You’ll also intern with the courts, the State Attorney’s office, and local law firms.

What's Next?

There are plenty of opportunities for Law minors at Flagler College, both inside and outside the classroom.

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Minor Requirements

Required Courses
6 Credit Hours
PHI
223
Logic I - Critical Thinking
LAW
470
Senior Seminar in Law
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Substantive Law Electives (Select Two)
6 Credit Hours
LAW
307
American Legal History
LAW
310
Legal Environment of Business
LAW
311
Advanced Business Law
LAW
341
American Constitutional Law: The Federal System
LAW
342
American Constitutional Law: Civil Rights and Liberties
LAW
371
Criminal Court System and Process
LAW
372
Criminal Law
LAW
373
Constitutional Criminal Procedure
LAW
380
Civil Law and Procedure
LAW
375
International Law
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Professional Skills Electives (Select Two)
6 Credit Hours
LAW
405
Legal Argumentation
LAW
419
Legal Method and Process (Must Take)
LAW
425
Trial Tactics
LAW
430
Legal Strategies
LAW
435
Legal Ethics and Professionalism
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Additional Requirements
3 Credit Hours
One or more additional course with a LAW prefix.
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