New Undergraduate Social Work and the Law Certificate Provides Insight into How Two Disciplines Support Mutual Goals

New Undergraduate Social Work and the Law Certificate Provides Insight into How Two Disciplines Support Mutual Goals

The certificate will provide undergraduate students an understanding of the intersection between social work and the law in order to ...
UCF Moot Court Sends Four Teams to American Moot Court Association’s National Championship Tournament

UCF Moot Court Sends Four Teams to American Moot Court Association’s National Championship Tournament

Four two-person teams competed at the national tournament, with one of them placing in the top 16 in the nation ...
UCF Moot Court Dominates in University of Chicago’s Invitational Tournament

UCF Moot Court Dominates in University of Chicago’s Invitational Tournament

UCF’s two teams ousted 26 others to force an all-UCF final round and take first and second place ...
UCF Mediation Team Takes Home Multiple Awards in Brenau University Invitational Tournament

UCF Mediation Team Takes Home Multiple Awards in Brenau University Invitational Tournament

Members won first-place team of mediators and team of advocates/clients, along with other individual and pair awards ...
Knights at Work Downtown: Legal Studies Students Share Insights from Internships

Knights at Work Downtown: Legal Studies Students Share Insights from Internships

UCF Downtown had the opportunity to speak to three students that were able to gain internships even throughout the COVID-19 ...
From Army Veteran to UCF Graduate

From Army Veteran to UCF Graduate

The hardest thing Shannon Waiters faced in the classroom wasn't the content: It was the transition from being an Army ...
UCF Lecturer Takes on Diversity and Inclusion

UCF Lecturer Takes on Diversity and Inclusion

Legal studies faculty member, Irene Pons, talks about her work with immigration law and how she provides learning opportunities for ...
UCF Legal Studies Students Help State Attorney Educate Youth on Effects of Underage Drinking

UCF Legal Studies Students Help State Attorney Educate Youth on Effects of Underage Drinking

Working with the state attorney’s office, students gained real-world experience while strengthening their skills in speaking to the public, interviewing ...
Forged in Fire

Forged in Fire

After enduring childhood abuse, Anthony Daniels spent years in the court system and social services. That experience has inspired him ...
UCF Docuseries on Border Immigration Nominated for 3 Emmys

UCF Docuseries on Border Immigration Nominated for 3 Emmys

A documentary version of the docuseries, which captures reality at the Texas-Mexico border, also premieres at the Orlando Film Festival ...
UCF Faculty Member Appointed to Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals

UCF Faculty Member Appointed to Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals

In his new role as an appellate judge, Eric Merriam is part of a panel of judges that reviews appeals ...
From Food Insecurity to Food Manager: Graduating Senior Works to Combat Hunger

From Food Insecurity to Food Manager: Graduating Senior Works to Combat Hunger

Naseeka Dixon, who will graduate May 2, has spent much of her time at UCF helping food-insecure students because she ...
New Legal Studies Certificate to Begin This Fall

New Legal Studies Certificate to Begin This Fall

The Conflict Resolution and Analysis Certificate is offered at both undergraduate and graduate levels ...
From Central Florida to Harvard Law

From Central Florida to Harvard Law

While at UCF as a dual major in legal studies and economics, Julienne Miranda became involved in every opportunity presented ...
New Study Offers Clues to Origin of Laws

New Study Offers Clues to Origin of Laws

The study found that despite living in separate countries and legal codes separated by thousands of years, people have a ...
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