Marc Anthony Consalo, J.D., LL.M.
Marc Consalo has been a practicing attorney in the Central Florida since 1999. In fact, he still serves as a conflict attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit handling felonies in both Orange and Osceola County in addition to serving as a Guardian Ad Litem in paternity and divorce actions. In 2007, he began teaching at the undergraduate level at his Alma Mater, Rollins College. In 2012, he became a Coach for UCF's Legal Studies Moot Court Team and then an adjunct in 2013. He became a full time faculty member for the Legal Studies Department on January 1, 2014. In the summer of 2017, he became the Coordinator for Experiential Learning and Online Education for the Department. In addition to his teaching duties, he oversees the internship program which places approximately seventy-five students each semester into the local community. Furthermore, he assists with connecting students with would be employers for paid positions. He also serves as a Teaching Fellow for the Office of Student Accessibility Services.
University of Florida College of Law
J.D. with Honors (May 1999)
Stetson University Law School
LL.M. in Trial Advocacy with Distinction (December 2016)
B.A. Summa Cum Laude (May 1996)
- Trial Advocacy
- Criminal Law
- Family Law
Recent Honors and Awards
- University of Central Florida Teaching Fellow for Office of Student Accessibilities
- Elizabeth Susan Khoury Award for Pro Bono Service
- MARTINDALE HUBBELL RATING, AV Rated Preeminent
“The Same Sex Marriage Debate For Dummies: A Breakdown Of The Twenty-First Century’s First Civil Rights Movement.” Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law Child and Family Law Journal. Vol. 3 No. 5 Fall 2015.
- Orange County Bar Association Foundation Member
- Scholarship and Grant Chair
- Florida Bar Member