Law firms, state and local governmental agencies, courts and public interest employers all recruit our graduates. More of our graduates work in the private sector than anything else, and 10 percent work in business and industry versus a traditional law job.
10. Can you describe the archetypal student for your school?
At Florida State University College of Law, our students come from a spectrum of majors and a variety of cultural and experiential backgrounds. Our current students represent 34 states, 16 countries, and 181 colleges and universities. We have students with extensive backgrounds in the arts, social sciences, and hard sciences, including a classically trained pianist, professional ballerina, fashion designer, engineers, political advisors, accountants, teachers, and service men and women. The archetypal student at Florida State University College of Law will appreciate and help to continue our collegial, supportive environment where students are competitive without being cutthroat and will be a strong and enthusiastic supporter of our school.