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Trial Team Defeats Harvard, Georgetown to Win National Championship

Barry University School of Law's Trial Team won first place at the Puerto Rico Trial Advocacy Competition (PRTAC), held October 30 - November 1 at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Student advocates Amanda Dunn, Luis Herrera, James Smeriglio III, and Christina Figueroa represented Barry Law in the...  read more

"Admission to Oath" Program Available to New Enrollees

Barry University School of Law is committed to providing you with the skills to successfully practice law and the tools to make the most of those skills. Our latest such offering is Admission to Oath, an innovative, exclusive program designed to prepare new Barry Law students for law school and the bar exam. From the day you enroll until the day...  read more

Barry Law School Open House October 24

Barry School of Law Open House October 24 Join us Friday, October 24, for an Open House on the Barry University School of Law campus in Orlando. This event, open to students interested in Spring or Fall 2015 admission, is from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and includes hors'doeuvres. During the Open House, you will have the opportunity to speak with Barry Law...  read more

"Barry Boot Camp" LSAT Prep Starts November 1

Barry University School of Law is pleased to once again offer “Barry Boot Camp," an intensive series of LSAT prep workshops offered over the course of four weekends. The workshops have been designed to complement your preparation for the December LSAT exam. Barry Boot Camp is being offered exclusively to students who have applied to Barry...  read more

Applications open for Fanjeaux, France Summer Program

The Office of Mission Engagement invites students, faculty, and staff to apply for the Fanjeaux Scholarship. Each year one student and one faculty or staff member are selected to represent Barry University at an amazing program open only to Dominican colleges and universities. Students receive three credit hours upon completion of the course....  read more

Another ABA honor for Law School's VITA program

The American Bar Association has honored Barry University School of Law with its ninth consecutive National Achievement Award for the VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program. The award was announced August 10, 2014, during the Law Student Division Assembly at the ABA Annual Meeting in Boston. VITA is an IRS-funded tax preparation service...  read more

Major Upgrades for Law School's Moot Courtroom

Barry Law's Moot Courtroom went through a major transformation over the summer, resulting in a vibrant, new look and several upgrades that are intended to enhance the academic experience for students and faculty. Among the improvements now in place: All-new lecture hall seating. The new seats feature padded cushions and an adjustable, ergonomic...  read more

Law School Welcomes Library Fellow

Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law is proud to welcome Jonathan Germann, the inaugural recipient of our Trammell/Ahlers/Studwell Law Library Fellowship. Jonathan completed his MLIS at the University of Washington in mid-July upon finishing directed fieldwork at the Cornell Legal Information Institute in Ithaca, NY. He began his Barry...  read more

Barry’s Moot Court Team Makes Final Four

For the first time in school history, the Barry Law Moot Court team advanced to the Final Four at the Robert Orseck Memorial Moot Court Competition held in Orlando. The Orseck Competition is a major event at the Florida Bar's Annual Convention, culminating in the final round before all the Florida Supreme Court justices. Because Florida boasts...  read more

Collaborative Practice Basic Training at Barry Law

Barry University School of Law will host a two-day Collaborative Law Continuing Education program, “Basic Training in the Interdisciplinary Team Model Of Collaborative Practice,” August 15-16, 2014. This basic training program is appropriate for lawyers, mental health professionals, financial professionals, and students interested in...  read more

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