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Areas of Study

Academic Excellence in the heart of the Gator Nation

The University of Florida Levin College of Law faculty is renown both nationally and internationally and is the most highly regarded faculty in Florida. With an array of degree programs and opportunities for real-world experience, the Faculty is dedicated to preparing students to be outstanding lawyers, leaders, innovators and decision-makers throughout the nation and the world.

Degree Programs

Degree Programs

At UF Law, we prepare you for the future you want. We offer six different degrees ranging from the three-year J.D. to a variety of post-J.D. offerings, including Tax, Environmental Law, Comparative Law and the nation’s first S.J.D. in Taxation. Learn More

Curriculum Roadmaps

Curriculum Roadmaps

UF Law’s curriculum roadmaps are a handy guide to assist you along the way in your legal education, helping you identify key courses to consider taking in order to reach the destination you desire. Learn More

Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning

Your law school experience is not just about what you learn in a traditional setting. At UF Law, we believe some of the most valuable educational experiences happen beyond the classroom, which is why we offer a broad range of experiential learning opportunities, including clinics, externships, study abroad opportunities and a semester away program. Learn More

Concentration Areas & Certificate Programs

Concentration Areas & Certificate Programs

We want you to customize your legal education. That’s why second- and third-year students can tailor studies to specific interests through special areas of concentration or one of UF Law’s certificate programs. Learn More

Centers

Centers

Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations The CSRRR is committed to de-stigmatizing race in America. With the objective of fostering communities of dialogue, the Center embraces historically and empirically based thinking, talking, teaching, and writing on race. To this end, the Center creates and supports programs designed…... Learn More

Institutes & Related Programs

Institutes & Related Programs

Institutes Institute for Dispute Resolution The Institute houses the college's courses, research and services related to alternative dispute resolution, including the UF Mediation Clinic. Initiative on Mindfulness in Law & Dispute Resolution The Initiative on Mindfulness in Law & Dispute Resolution (IMLDR) serves as a resource for lawyers, law students,…... Learn More

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Study abroad destinations

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Full-time faculty here to guide students toward success

300

Students enrolled in externships, annually

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