Previous Adjunct Faculty

The lists below contain course and contact information for recent adjunct faculty at the College of Law. For information on adjunct faculty and/or courses from previous semesters, please contact Colleen Mayo, Administrative Associate. 

Fall 2020

Eric Abrahamsen taught Florida Criminal Procedure: Pre-Trial. A former prosecutor and county court division chief, Abrahamsen is a partner at the Law Offices of Friedman & Abrahamsen, where he practices criminal defense. He also coaches the College of Law Trial Team and is an adjunct professor at Tallahassee Community College. Abrahamsen received his J.D. from Florida State University College of Law.

Solicitor General Amit Agarwal was appointed as Florida’s Solicitor General in June 2016. Agarwal served as Deputy Chief to the Appellate Division of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida before being named Solicitor General. Previously, Agarwal clerked in the Supreme Court of the United States for Justice Samuel Alito and served as an attorney advisor in the Office of Legal Counsel of the United States Department of Justice. Additionally, Agarwal served as a law clerk for the Honorable Brett Kavanaugh in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit and the Honorable Edward Becker in the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in Philadelphia. Agarwal graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Duke University. The Florida Solicitor General is the state government's principal appellate counsel, representing the interests of the state throughout Florida's appellate courts and in the United States Supreme Court. The Solicitor General also serves as the Richard W. Ervin Eminent Scholar Chair and a visiting professor of law at the Florida State University College of Law. He taught Separation of Powers Seminar.

Jamie Braun co-taught the COVID-19 Veterans Legal Clinic.

The Honorable Stephen T. Brown, a 1968 graduate of FSU with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, is a retired federal judge. He attended law school at the University of Miami while teaching at Dade County Public Schools. Judge Brown served 21 years on the federal bench before his retirement and was chief U.S. magistrate judge for the Southern District of Florida. Prior to that, he was a law firm partner and admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Courts, Trial Bar for the Southern District of Florida and the Florida Supreme Court. A former Seminole Boosters board member, he also served on the FSU Alumni Association National Board of Directors several years ago, before his most recent appointment to the board by former FSU Board of Trustees Chair Allan Bense on June 22, 2013. He is also a current board member of the Leadership Council of the FSU College of Arts and Sciences.

Gio Bush taught Regional Human Rights Systems.

Sarah Butters, a summa cum laude graduate of Florida State Law, taught Gratuitous Transfers. Butters is a shareholder at Ausley & McMullen, and she has extensive experience in wills, trusts and probate law. She serves on the executive council for the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar. For more information, email sbutters@ausley.com

Georgia Cappleman taught Juvenile Justice: Skills Practice. She is a 2001 graduate of Florida State University College of Law and has been an assistant state attorney for over 17 years. Currently, she serves as the chief of Felony Division D. From November of 2009–January of 2017, she served under the Honorable Willie Meggs as chief assistant state attorney. She has handled over 150 jury trials, including death penalty cases and many cases involving violence against women and children. She has lectured on multiple topics including the death penalty, sexual assault and domestic violence. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Refuge House, which is an organization that provides emergency shelter, counseling and other resources to survivors of domestic and sexual violence in the Big Bend area. She chairs the local Regional Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Group. She has also coached the FSU College of Law Trial Teams for several years and was proud for her team to bring home the CAJC National Championship in 2015. 

Robert N. Clarke, Jr., a shareholder with the Ausley & McMullen firm in Tallahassee, co-taught Civil Discovery & Depositions with his colleague Martin Sipple. He also taught Florida Civil Practice. He is a 1986 honors graduate of the law school and now practices complex commercial litigation and administrative law in a variety of federal, state and administrative fora. For more information, email rclarke@ausley.com

Terence C. "Terry" Coonan is the executive director of Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights as well as an associate professor of criminology at Florida State University. He leads the multidisciplinary center's efforts to educate and train a new generation of human rights advocates, track human rights issues, and serve as an advocate for human rights nationally and internationally. Coonan has served as the managing editor of the Human Rights Quarterly. He also has worked at the Department of Justice in the Executive Office of Immigration Review, litigated asylum and immigration cases nationwide, and has worked on various United Nations human rights projects.

Nancy Daniels taught Juvenile Justice: Skills Practice.

Mark Ellis spoke in the International Human Rights class. A graduate of the Florida State University College of Law, he served as executive director of the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (CEELI) before becoming executive director of the International Bar Association in 2000.

Matthew Foster taught Trial Practice for the Florida State Law Trial Team, and is a partner at Brooks, LeBoeuf, Bennett, Foster & Gwartney. A 1994 graduate of Florida State Law, he has practiced civil and criminal litigation and served as a special prosecutor for the Florida Department of Education. For more information, email matt@tallahasseeatorneys.com.

Tor Friedman has been serving as the co-director of the FSU Trial Team and has served as a coach of the Trial Team since 2007. He is the managing partner of Friedman & Abrahamsen Law Firm in Tallahassee, which specializes in DUI & criminal defense, personal injury and wrongful death litigation, and employment discrimination sexual harassment cases. He is a former felony prosecutor at the Leon County State Attorney’s Office and has handled over 100 trials. He has been named to Florida Trend's Legal Elite in the categories of Criminal Defense and Government Attorneys from his time at the State Attorney’s Office. He has been quoted in The New York Times and The Washington Post for his legal experience. You can learn more about him at torfriedman.com

Joe Jacquot is general counsel for the Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Jacquot oversees all litigation and legal matters of state executive agencies from health to environment to elections. He has briefed cases on behalf of the governor and his administration before state and federal courts and has argued before the Florida Supreme Court. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Jacquot has been responsible for drafting and implementing the governor’s executive orders. Additionally, Jacquot conducts the process for judicial appointments by the governor including five appointments to the Florida Supreme Court. Previously, Jacquot was a litigation partner at a national law firm, leading the firm’s national State Attorneys General practice. His work consisted of complex federal and state issues including litigation and regulatory matters. Prior to that, he was a senior executive and legal counsel for a publicly traded mortgage company in Jacksonville, Florida.

Todd. G. Kocourek taught Introduction to American Law: Comparative Perspective. Kocourek is a practicing attorney in Florida and a Florida civil-law notary. Kocourek focuses his practice on international commercial law and Florida governmental relations. He also serves as CEO of Florida First Capital Finance Corporation, the SBA statewide Certified Development Corporation for the State of Florida, and is of counsel to Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. in Miami, Customs and International Trade Law counselors. He served as committee counsel to the Commerce Committee of the Florida House of Representatives, where he oversaw commercial legislative projects including the revision of Florida's domestic and international banking codes and the revision of Florida’s Limited Liability Company statute. He also served in the Office of the Governor as general counsel for the Florida International Affairs Commission, which set international policy for the State of Florida. Kocourek has studied EC law in Brussels and public international law at the International Court of Justice at The Hague, and serves as consular correspondent for the Consulate General of Italy in Miami. He is a past chair of the International Law Section of The Florida Bar, the Florida International Volunteer Corps (FAVACA) and the Florida Export Finance Corporation, for which he currently serves as vice-chairman. He speaks Spanish and Italian and has basic knowledge of Japanese and Arabic.

Alyssa Lathrop taught Judicial Externship Perspectives Seminar. She graduated with highest honors from the Florida State University College of Law in 2009, where she served as editor-in-chief of the Florida State University Law Review. After graduation, she worked as a staff attorney for Justice Barbara Pariente at the Florida Supreme Court and then joined the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation as an assistant general counsel. She is currently a hearing officer at the Public Employees Relations Commission.

John Lazzara served as judge of compensation claims in Tampa and then Tallahassee, Florida, for more than 28 years. Lazzara is a certified mediator with extensive knowledge and experience with helping parties reach resolution of complex and challenging issues. He has served the workers' compensation community in organizations such as the National Association of Workers' Compensation Judiciary, the College of Workers' Compensation Lawyers, and the American Bar Association. Lazzara has lectured extensively on the law, professionalism and mediation.

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Seth Miller is the executive director of the Innocence Project of Florida and taught Postconviction Remedies. He earned his J.D. with honors from Florida State University in 2004 and was the executive editor of the Florida State University Law Review. For more information, email smiller@floridainnocence.org.

Justice Carlos Muñiz was appointed to the Florida Supreme Court by Governor Ron DeSantis on January 22, 2019, becoming the 89th justice since statehood was granted in 1845. Prior to joining the court, he served on the staff of Secretary Betsy DeVos as the presidentially-appointed, Senate-confirmed general counsel of the United States Department of Education. In addition to working as an attorney in the federal government and in private practice, Justice Muñiz had an extensive career in Florida state government. He served as the deputy attorney general and chief of staff to Attorney General Pam Bondi; as deputy chief of staff and counsel in the Office of the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives; as general counsel of the Department of Financial Services; and as deputy general counsel to Governor Jeb Bush.

R. Scott Palmer taught Antitrust. An employee of the Florida Department of Legal Affairs, Palmer holds board certifications in Antitrust and Trade Regulation law. From 1997–2007, he headed the Antitrust Practice at Berman DeValerio; from 1988–1997, he served in the Economic Crimes Division of the Attorney General’s Office, where he oversaw its complex litigation; and from 1982–1986, he was the chief prosecutor of the Statewide Grand Jury, responsible for the prosecution of multi-circuit organized crime cases. Palmer earned his J.D. with honors from the University of Miami and his B.A. from the University of Michigan. For more information, contact Palmer at scott.palmer@myfloridalegal.com.

James Parker-Flynn focuses on appellate advocacy, land use litigation and environmental law. Parker-Flynn handles all aspects of appeals, from initial case assessment through oral argument and beyond. Licensed in Florida and Georgia, he has worked on appeals in all of the state appellate courts in both states. His appellate experience includes complex commercial litigation, insurance coverage disputes, and landowner liability. He is also the editor of the firm's I Object! A Blog on Preservation of Error. In addition, Parker-Flynn has extensive experience in environmental and land use law. He has helped clients in challenging environmental litigation and with a variety of unique regulatory issues involving, among other things, the Clean Water Act, CERCLA and the Clean Air Act. He was a member of Florida’s trial team in Florida v. Georgia, a unique case brought under the U.S. Supreme Court’s original jurisdiction to address the interstate dispute over water use in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin.

The Honorable Ricky Polston of the Florida Supreme Court taught Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution. Justice Polston, an alumnus of Florida State Law, is a certified public accountant and was previously a certified circuit court mediator and judge on the First District Court of Appeal. Prior to becoming a judge, he practiced public accounting for seven years as audit manager with Deloitte Haskins & Sells, C.P.A.s, and law for 14 years (commercial litigation in federal and state courts throughout Florida). For more information, email Justice Polston at PolstonR@flcourts.org.

Judge Clay Roberts was a staff attorney for the Committee on Executive Business, Ethics & Elections on the Florida Senate from 1995–1997. He then became the staff director of the Committee on Election Reform. In 1998, he moved to the House of Representatives, working as a council attorney on the Public Responsibility Council. From 1999–2002, he was the director of the Florida Division of Elections. After this, he worked as general counsel for the Florida Department of State. He became an executive deputy attorney general in 2003 and a deputy attorney general in 2006. He held this position until his appointment to the Court of Appeals.

Mark Schlakman serves as senior program director for the Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights (CAHR) and taught Executive Clemency in Florida. He received his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center. Schlakman has held several senior positions in state and federal government, including serving as a senior advisor to a number of Florida governors. While living in Washington, D.C., he held the position of foreign affairs officer for the U.S. Department of State where he was awarded its Superior Honor Award. In addition to his work with CAHR, Schlakman is the longest serving board chair of The Innocence Project of Florida.

Fernando Tesón, the Eminent Scholar Emeritus at FSU College of Law, is the leading authority on humanitarian intervention and the philosophy of international law. In addition, he has written on diverse topics such as immigration and political rhetoric. Originally from Buenos Aires, Tesón has dual U.S. and Argentine citizenship. He has authored several books, including Debating Humanitarian Intervention: Should We Try to Save Strangers? (Oxford University Press, 2017) (with Bas van Der Vossen); Justice at a Distance: Extending Freedom Globally (Cambridge University Press, 2015) (with Loren Lomasky); Rational Choice and Political Deliberation (Cambridge University Press, 2006) (with Guido Pincione), and Humanitarian Intervention: An Inquiry into Law and Morality (Transnational, 2005), considered the classic treatise in the field. He has also published dozens of articles in law, philosophy and international relations journals and collections of essays. Tesón has presented his scholarship around the world.

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Nathan Wadlinger currently works as an assistant lecturer at Florida State University. He teaches tax courses in the bachelor’s and master’s of accountancy program. He also works part-time in the tax services group of Thomas Howell Ferguson P.A. CPAs in Tallahassee, Florida. He received his Bachelors of Science in Accounting, Masters of Accounting and Juris Doctor from the University of Florida. He also received his LL.M. in taxation from Boston University. In addition, he has a certified public accountant license issued by the State of Florida and is a member of The Florida Bar.

JoLen Rawls Wolf, a former legal writing professor at FSU College of Law, taught Florida Family Law, a course she taught for seven years before retiring from the law school and returning to private practice. When previously taught Florida Dissolution of Marriage, Wolf created a “text” for students and is updating those materials for this class. Wolf is presently with Duggar and Duggar, P.A., a nationally recognized firm specializing in family law. Although she handles a variety of appeals, she focuses on family law, an area in which she practiced before joining the law school faculty. For more information, please email Wolf at jolen@duggarandduggar.com.

Summer 2020

Mark Schlakman: Executive Clemency in Florida – Pardon Power 
Marshall Kapp: Medical Malpractice
Nate Wadlinger: Financial Statements Interpretations

Spring 2020

Yen Bailey: Professional Responsibility
Tim Bass: Space Law
David Bedingfield: Immigration Law and Comparative Family Law
The Honorable Stephen Brown: Jury Selection
Terence C. "Terry" Coonan: Human Trafficking
Bruce Culpepper: co-taught Trial Practice with Martin Sipple
Jeffrey P. Dambly: Surveillance & Intelligence Law
Marc Dunbar: taught Gambling & Pari-Mutual Law
Colleen Ernst: co-taught Judicial Power: Role of a Judge with Joe Jacquot
Manual Farach: The Life Cycle of a Real Estate Deal
The Honorable Martin Fitzpatrick: Florida Civil Practice 
Doug Helling: Drug Regulation
Joe Jacquot: co-taught Judicial Power: Role of a Judge with Colleen Ernst
Tor J. Friedman: co-director of the FSU Trial Team
Ruth Jackson: co-taught Consumer Protection Law with Jared Lee
Doug Kahn: Corporate Tax 
Fred Karlinsky: Law & Risk Management
Patrick T. Kinnicoach of the Florida State Law Trial Team
Alyssa Lathrop: Judicial Externship Perspectives Seminar
Jared Lee: co-taught Consumer Protection Law with Jared Lee
Michael Markham: Bankruptcy Skills Lab
Robert A. McNeely: Entertainment Law 
R. Scott Palmer: Antitrust
Michael Pierce: Advanced Legal Analysis 
Robert A. Pierce: Estate Planning 
The Honorable Ricky PolstonFlorida Constitutional Law 
Bob Rice: The Law & Business of Investment 
Capt. Alan S. Richard: Admiralty Law
Maria Santoro: Trial Strategy: Complaints, Answers, & Motions
Kyle Sill: International Sales and Arbitration
Martin B. Sipple: co-taught Trial Practice with Bruce Culpepper
Thomas Spulak: Political Law
The Honorable Adam Tanenbaum: Legislative Power
Cynthia Tunnicliff: Florida Administrative Litigation

Fall 2019 

Eric Abrahamsen: Florida Criminal Procedure: Pre-Trial 
Solicitor General Amit Agarwal: Separation of Powers Seminar
Sarah Butters: Gratuitous Transfers 
Georgia Cappleman: Juvenile Justice: Skills Practice
Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: Civil Discovery & Depositions
Terence C. "Terry" Coonan: Human Trafficking 
Nancy Daniels: Juvenile Justice: Skills Practice.
Mark Ellis: Guest speaker in the International Human Rights class
Manuel Farach: Real Estate Law Foundations
Matthew Foster: Trial Practice for the Florida State Law Trial Team
Tor Friedman: co-director of the FSU Trial Team
Dean Debra Henley: Florida Legislation Practice: From Bill Drafting to the Governor’s Desk
Joe Jacquot: Executive Power
Marshall Kapp: Public Health Law 
Fred Karlinsky: Law & Risk Management 
Todd. G. Kocourek: Introduction to American Law: Comparative Perspective
Alyssa Lathrop: Judicial Externship Perspectives Seminar 
John Lazzara: Workers Compensation Skills
Seth Miller: Post-Conviction Remedies
R. Scott Palmer: Antitrust
The Honorable Ricky PolstonFlorida Alternative Dispute Resolution
Clay Roberts: Florida Constitutional Law
Mark Schlakman: Executive Clemency in Florida
Martin B. SippleCivil Discovery & Depositions
Nathan Wadlinger: tax courses in the bachelor’s and master’s of accountancy programs
JoLen Rawls Wolf: Florida Family Law

Spring 2019

Solicitor General Amit Agarwal: Separation of Powers Seminar
Tim Bass: Space Law
Honorable Stephen Brown: Jury Selection
Gerald Bryant: Health Care Fraud and Abuse
Andrew Carrabis: Professional Responsibility; Legal Ethics
The Honorable Nikki Clark: Effective Communications for Litigators
Jake Cremer: Legislation and Regulation
Terin Cremer: HR Documentation; Employee Policies and Procedures
Jeffrey P. Dambly: Law Enforcement & Privacy
Jim Donohue: Bankruptcy Fundamentals
Marc Dunbar: Gambling & Pari-Mutual Law
Peter Dunbar: Condominium & Community Housing Law
The Honorable Martin Fitzpatrick: Florida Civil Practice
Tor J. Friedman: Trial Team
Germaine Gurr: Economic Sanctions
Kim Hains: Consumer Compliance: Deposits, New Products, and Operations
Debra Henley: Florida Legislation Practice: From Bill Drafting to the Governor’s Desk
Ruth Jackson: Workplace Privacy and Cybersecurity
Doug Kahn: Taxation I
Marshall Kapp: Public Health Law
Fred Karlinsky: Law & Risk Management
Patrick T. Kinni: Civil Pre-Trial Practice
Barbara Kornblau: Disability Law 
The Honorable Jeffery Kottkamp: Professional Responsibility
Alyssa Lathrop: Judicial Externship Perspectives Seminar
Jared Lee: Workplace Privacy and Cybersecurity
Robert A. McNeely: Entertainment Law
Murray Moore: Health Care Fraud and Abuse
Catherine Nash: Risk Management for Financial Compliance
Mark Olive: The Death Penalty and The Supreme Court
R. Scott Palmer: Antitrust
Robert A. Pierce: Estate Planning
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Insurance Law 
Mike Redondo: Healthcare Payer-Provider Relationships 
Capt. Alan S. Richard: Admiralty Law
Mark R. Schlakman: Immigration Law
Paul Schriefer: Insurance Contracts
Kyle Sill: International Sales and Arbitration
Martin B. Sipple: Trial Practice
Herbert Thiele: Local Government Law
Cynthia Tunnicliff: Florida Administrative Litigation 
Chuck Vernon: Risk Management for Financial Compliance
Brittany Woodruff: Contract Drafting

Fall 2018

Eric Abrahamsen: Florida Constitutional Law
Lorence Bielby: Class Action & Multi-Party Litigation Practice
Janet Bowman: Environmental Law
Courtney Brewer: Appellate Advocacy
Sarah Butters: Gratuitous Transfers
Georgia Cappleman: Juvenile Justice: Skills Practice
Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: Civil Discovery & Depositions; Florida Civil Practice
Nancy Daniels: Juvenile Justice: Skills Practice
Bill Dillon: Health Care, Privacy, and Cybersecurity 
Mark Ellis: International Human Rights: Special Topics
Manuel Farach: Real Estate Law Foundations
Matthew Foster: Trial Practice
Tor J. Friedman: FSU Trial Team
Ruth Jackson: Consumer Protection Law
Todd Kocourek: Introduction to American Law: Comparative Perspective
Jared Lee: Consumer Protection Law
The Honorable Terry P. Lewis: Evidence
Jason Lichtstein: Practicing Environmental Law in Florida
Andrew Manko: Appellate Advocacy
Seth Miller: Postconviction Remedies
R. Scott Palmer: White Collar Crime
Peter Papagianakis: Doing Deals: Mergers and Acquisitions
James Parker-Flynn: Environmental Law
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Honorable Stephanie Ray: Judicial Externship Perspectives Seminar
Maria A. Santoro: Trial Strategy: Complaints, Answers, & Motions
Mark R. Schlakman: Executive Clemency in Florida
Martin B. Sipple: Civil Discovery & Depositions
Nathan Wadlinger: Financial Statements Interpretations
JoLen Rawls Wolf: Florida Family Law

Spring 2018

Solicitor General Amit Agarwal: Separation of Powers Seminar
The Honorable Stephen Brown: Jury Selection
Sarah Butters: Gratuitous Transfers
David Coburn: Florida Legislative Practice: The Budget & Appropriations Process
Terence C. "Terry" Coonan: Human Trafficking 
Jeffrey P. Dambly: Law Enforcement & Privacy
Rachel Davidson: Doing Deals: Due Diligence 
Peter M. Dunbar: Condominium & Community Housing Law
Charles Ehrhardt: Evidence
Mark Ellis: International Human Rights: Special Topics
Tor J. Friedman: Trial Practice
Richard Herring: Florida Legislative Practice: The Budget & Appropriations Process
Steven Hogan: Estate Planning
Laurie D. Jones: Professional Responsibility
Fred Karlinsky: Law & Risk Management
Patrick Kinni: Civil Pre-Trial Practice
The Honorable Terry P. Lewis: Florida Civil Practice
Robert A. McNeely: Entertainment Law
R. Scott Palmer: Antitrust 
Robert A. Pierce: Estate Planning
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Insurance Law
The Honorable Stephanie Ray: Judicial Externship Perspectives Seminar
Captain Alan S. Richard: Admiralty Law
Mark R. Schlakman: Immigration Law 
Kyle Sill: International Sales and Arbitration
Richard Tanner: Trial Practice
Herbert Thiele: Local Government Law
Stephen Turner: Current Legal Topics Colloquium
Melissa VanSickle: Florida Real Estate Practice: Beyond the Fundamentals
Matus Varga: Immigration Enforcement & Procedures
John F. Yetter: Sports Law 

Fall 2017

Eric Abrahamsen: Florida Criminal Procedure: Pre-Trial
Lorence Bielby: Class Action & Multi-Party Litigation Practice
Courtney Brewer: Appellate Advocacy
Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: Florida Civil Practice
Marc Dunbar: Gambling and Pari-Mutuel Law
Mark Ellis: International Human Rights Law
Manuel Farach: Real Estate Law Foundations
Matthew Foster: Trial Practice
Debra Henley: Florida Legislative Practice: From Bill Drafting to the Governor’s Desk
Tor Jensen-Friedman: Trial Practice
Laurie D. Jones: Professional Responsibility
Todd G. Kocourek: Introduction to American Law: Comparative Perspective
The Honorable Terry P. Lewis: Trial Objections
Andrew Manko: Appellate Advocacy
Seth Miller: Postconviction Remedies
R. Scott Palmer: White Collar Crime
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Honorable Stephanie Ray: Judicial Externship Perspectives
Philip Sandon: Topics in Florida Practice; Topics in Real Property, Torts & Commercial Law
JoLen Rawls Wolf: Florida Family Law
Brittany Woodruff: Contract Drafting

Spring 2017

Solicitor General Amit Agarwal: Separation of Powers Seminar
Tim Bass: U.S. Space Law
Joe Bodiford: Cross Examination
Patricia Born: Health Insurance: Markets & Regulation Seminar
The Honorable Steve Brown: Jury Selection
Sarah Butters: Gratuitous Transfers
Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: E-Discovery
David Coburn: Florida Legislative Practice: The Budget & Appropriations Process
Terence C. "Terry" Coonan: Human Trafficking
Jeffrey P. Dambly: Counterterrorism Law
Rachel Davidson: Commercial Real Estate Transactions 
Charles Ehrhardt: Evidence
Mark Ellis: Human Rights Law 
Loula Fuller: Civil Discovery
Germaine Gurr: Financial Statements Interpretation
Debra Henley: Florida Legislative Practice: From Bill Drafting to the Governor’s Desk 
Richard Herring: Florida Legislative Practice: The Budget & Appropriations Process
Steven Hogan: Estate Planning
Tor Jensen-Friedman: Trial Practice
Fred Karlinsky: Law & Risk Management 
Patrick Kinni: Civil Pre-Trial Practice
The Honorable Terry P. Lewis: Florida Civil Practice 
Jose Lorenzo, Jr.: Cybersecurity Law
Robert A. McNeely: Entertainment Law
R. Scott Palmer: Antitrust
Mary L. Pankowski: Juvenile Law: Florida Practice
Robert A. Pierce: Estate Planning Workshop
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Insurance Law
The Honorable Stephanie Ray: Florida Constitutional Law
Captain Alan S. Richard: Admiralty Law
Philip Sandon: Topics in Florida Practice
Mark R. Schlakman: Immigration Law
Amy W. Schrader: Florida Administrative Practice
Kyle Sill: International Sales and Arbitration
Tamara St. Hilaire: Judicial Externship Perspectives
Richard Tanner: Trial Practice
Matus Varga: Immigration Enforcement & Procedures
Carol Weissert: Seminar on Constitution Revision
The Honorable Allen Winsor: Appellate Practice: The Florida Solicitor General’s Perspective
John F. Yetter: Sports Law

Fall 2016

Eric Abrahamsen: Florida Criminal Procedure: Pre-Trial   
Courtney Brewer: Appellate Advocacy
The Honorable Steve Brown: Trial Practice
Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: Florida Civil Practice
Mark Ellis: International Human Rights Law
Matthew Foster: Trial Practice
Germaine Gurr: Financial Statements Interpretation
Todd G. Kocourek: Introduction to American Law 
The Honorable Terry Lewis: Evidence
Andrew Manko: Appellate Advocacy
Seth Miller: Postconviction Remedies
R. Scott Palmer: White Collar Crime
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution
Colin Mark Roopnarine: Depositions
Philip Sandon: Remedies and Topics in Florida Practice
Maria A. Santoro: Trial Practice
The Honorable J. Layne Smith: Depositions
Tamara St. Hilaire: Judicial Externship Perspectives
JoLen Rawls Wolf: Florida Dissolution of Marriage

Summer 2016

Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: Trial Practice  
Laurie D. Jones: Sales & Leases and Professional Responsibility
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Constitutional Law
Martin B. Sipple: Trial Practice

Spring 2016

The Honorable Steve Brown: Trial Practice 
Sarah S. Butters: Gratuitous Transfers
Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: Florida Civil Practice
Jeffrey P. Dambly: Jessup International Law Moot Court
Peter M. Dunbar: Condominium & Community Housing Law
Mark Ellis: International Human Rights Law
Loula Fuller: Civil Discovery
Steve Hogan: Estate Planning
Tor Jensen-Friedman: Trial Practice
Patrick T. Kinni: Civil Pre-Trial Practice
The Honorable Terry P. Lewis: Florida Civil Practice
Mary L. Pankowski: Juvenile Law: Florida Practice
Robert A. Pierce: Estate Planning Workshop
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution
Capt. Alan S. Richard: Admiralty Law
Colin Mark Roopnarine: Florida Administrative Litigation
Philip Sandon: Topics in Florida Practice
Mark R. Schlakman: Immigration Law
Kyle Sill: International Trades and Arbitration
The Honorable J. Layne Smith: Florida Administrative Litigation
Tamara St. Hilaire: Judicial Externship Perspectives
Richard Tanner: Trial Practice

Fall 2015

Eric Abrahamsen: Florida Criminal Procedure: Pre-Trial
Joe Bodiford: Cross Examination
The Honorable Steve Brown: Trial Practice
Robert N. Clarke: Florida Civil Practice
Jeffrey P. Dambly: Jessup International Law Moot Court
Marc Dunbar: Gambling and Pari-Mutuel Law
Matthew Foster: Trial Practice
Fred Gray: Civil Rights Litigation
Germaine Gurr: Financial Statements Interpretation 
Todd G. Kocourek: Introduction to American Law
Mark Kruse: Introduction to American Law
The Honorable Terry Lewis: Evidence
Seth Miller: Postconviction Remedies
R. Scott Palmer: White Collar Crime
Elizabeth Peskin: Legal Negotiations
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Honorable Stephanie Ray: Florida Constitutional Law
Colin Mark Roopnarine: Depositions
Philip Sandon: Topics in Florida Practice
Maria A. Santoro: Trial Practice
Amy W. Schrader: Florida Administrative Practice
Kyle Sill: International Sales and Arbitration
The Honorable J. Layne Smith: Depositions
Dan Soloway: Civil Rights Litigation
Tamara St. Hilaire: Judicial Externship Perspectives
Herb Thiele: Local Government
Melissa VanSickle: Land Transfer
The Honorable James Wolf: Florida Constitutional Law
JoLen Rawls Wolf: Florida Dissolution of Marriage

Summer 2015

Robert N. Clarke, Jr.: Trial Practice (co-taught)
Laurie D. Jones: Professional Responsibility and Sales & Leases
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Constitutional Law
Martin B. Sipple: Trial Practice (co-taught)

Spring 2015

Eric Abrahamsen: Florida Criminal Procedure: Pre-Trial
Steve Brown: Jury Selection
Neil Cohen: Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure: Adjudication
Marc Dunbar: Gambling and Pari-Mutuel Law
Peter Dunbar: Condominium and Community Housing Law
Mark Ellis: International Human Rights
Janice Fleisher: Mediation
Germaine Gurr: Mergers and Acquisitions
Steve Hogan: Estate Planning
Tor Jensen-Friedman: Trial Practice
Laurie D. Jones: Professional Responsibility and Sales & Leases
Fred Karlinsky: Law and Risk Management
Patrick T. Kinni: Civil Pre-Trial Practice
The Honorable Terry Lewis: Florida Civil Practice
David Logan: Products Liability
The Honorable Simone Marstiller: Writing for the Court
Robert A. McNeely: Entertainment Law
Teresa Milla: Judicial Externship Perspectives
Shannon Novey: Florida Family Law
Robert A. Pierce: Estate Planning Workshop
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Insurance Law
David F. Powell: Practical Skills
Capt. Alan S. Richard: Admiralty Law
Colin Roopnarine: Florida Administrative Litigation
Philip Sandon: Topics in Florida Practice
J. Layne Smith: Florida Administrative Litigation
Richard Tanner: Trial Practice
Jake Varn: Water Law
JoLen Rawls Wolf: Florida Dissolution of Marriage

Fall 2014

Eric Abrahamsen: Florida Criminal Procedure: Pre-Trial
The Honorable Steve Brown: Trial Practice
Robert N. Clarke: Florida Civil Practice
Jeffrey P. Dambly: Jessup International Law Moot Court
Mark Ellis: International Human Rights with Sandy D'Alemberte
Matthew Foster: Trial Practice
Germaine Gurr: Transactional Drafting
Todd G. Kocourek: Introduction to American Law
The Honorable Terry Lewis: Evidence
Preston McLane: Clean Air Act
Teresa M. Milla: Judicial Externship Perspectives
Seth Miller: Postconviction Remedies
Jesse Panuccio: Advanced Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers in Theory & Practice
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution
Colin Roopnarine: Depositions with Layne Smith
Philip Sandon: Topics in Florida Practice
Maria Santoro: Trial Practice
Amy Schrader: Florida Administrative Practice
J. Layne Smith: Depositions with Colin Roopnarine
M. Stephen Turner: Legal Negotiations
Melissa VanSickle: Land Transfer
William Wallis: Federal Courts Practicum

Summer 2014

Laura D. Jones: Professional Responsibility and Sales & Leases
Thomas Kirwin: Trial Practice
The Honorable Ricky Polston: Florida Constitutional Law

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