Welcome to the FAMU College of Law Online Newsroom

Welcome to the FAMU College of Law Online Newsroom

 

The Office of Advancement and Alumni Affairs fields requests from the media for interviews with FAMU College of Law subject matter experts.

 

The FAMU College of Law has subject matter experts to discuss a wide range of legal topics including Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Entertainment Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, FAMU College of Law History, Gender Law, Immigration Law, International Law, Juvenile Law, Race and the Law, Sports Law, Water Law and more.

 

To request a media interview with a FAMU College of Law subject matter expert, please contact one of the following staff members:

 

Stephanie Strong, Information and Media Services Coordinator, stephanie.strong@famu.edu

Mildred Graham, Director, Advancement and Alumni Affairs, mildred.graham@famu.edu

 

Email requests are preferred, even on urgent deadlines. Please include:

  • a brief description of the subject to be discussed
  • the deadline
  • the name of your media organization
  • your contact information

 

Every effort will be made to process your media request as soon as possible.

MEDIA NOTE: It is the policy of FAMU to escort members of the media while on campus. Please stop at our security desk in the main lobby and identify yourself as a member of the news media. We are happy to assist you.

 

Video News Releases

The 15th Annual Florida A&M University (FAMU) College of Law Hooding Ceremony took place at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, May 11, 2019, where more than 120 candidates ceremoniously received the doctoral hood for the juris doctor degree.

Take a stroll down memory lane as FAMU Law Professor Reginald Mitchell, Sr. discusses the rich history of the FAMU College of Law.

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