Professor Caussade-Garcia teaches and directs the Housing and Homelessness and Legal Advocacy Clinics. Before entering law teaching, she was a staff attorney with Greater Orlando Area Legal Services and an associate with the firms Leon, Gillespie & Associates, P.A. and Checchio & Stone, P.A., focusing mainly on family law and bankruptcy. Professor Caussade-Garcia holds a J.D. degree from Interamerican University of Puerto Rico School of Law and a B.A. degree from the University of Puerto Rico.
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Courses taught by Professor Eunice Caussade-Garcia:
- Interviewing Counseling and Negotiations
On Easter Sunday, March 27, 2016, Professors Patricia Broussard, Ann Marie Cavazos, Eunice Caussade-Garcia, and Robert Minarcin, as well as several students from the FAMU Law Clinics, volunteered to serve the homeless community in an event entitled “HE GOT UP!” Approximately 5,000 homeless citizens were transported to the Citrus Bowl where they received meals and a wide range of services after having had the opportunity to participate in a church service.
“HE GOT UP!” was a result of two years of planning by Pastor Timothy Johnson. Services included medical and dental, showers and haircuts, and legal assistance which FAMU Law, as well as other legal volunteers from the community, provided. The event started at 7:30 a.m. and ended around 4 p.m. It was a spectacular event and the professors and students were all grateful to give back to the community.