Twenty-seven students will compose the second cohort of juris doctor candidates at the Jacksonville University College of Law.
The 13 women and 14 men began their academic year with orientation Monday at JU’s urban campus at VyStar Tower Downtown. The inaugural class of 14 students will begin their second year next week.
“We are nearly twice the class size in our second year. We are slowly building this law school, brick by brick,” said Nick Allard, the law school’s founding dean.
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