Adjunct Faculty

The College of Law is proud to offer an unusually rich set of course offerings taught by adjunct professors. These instructors, though not on the regular faculty of the law school, bring a diversity of experiences and talents to the school and a very high degree of professional accomplishment and expertise.

Spring 2024

Luiz Alochio is teaching Comparative Health Law this semester.

Tim Bass is teaching Space Law this semester.

David Bedingfield teaches Family Law as well as Immigration Law this semester.

The Honorable Stephen T. Brown, a 1968 graduate of FSU with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, is a retired federal judge who is teaching Jury Selection this spring. 

Thomas Cloud is teaching Florida Local Government Law.

Dr. Jules Coleman is teaching Everyday Ethical Problems and Law.

Terence C. "Terry" Coonan teaches Human Trafficking.

Ralph Demeo teaches Animal Law Litigation, Legislation, & Policy this spring.

Marc Dunbar is teaching Gambling & Pari-Mutual Law this semester.

Charles Ehrhardt, author of Florida Evidence (West 2014), the leading treatise on the topic, and Florida Trial Objections (West 5th ed. 2012), Ehrhardt has been cited as an authority by appellate courts more than 500 times. He taught Torts, Evidence, Trial Practice and Trial Evidence Seminar, and was named Outstanding Professor seven times. After serving as the Ladd Professor of Evidence for 35 years, he earned emeritus status in 2007. He continues to teach Evidence at the law school.

Mark Ellis is teaching Introduction to International Criminal Law: War Crimes, Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity this spring.

Manuel Farach is co-teaching Advanced Real Estate this semester.

Sam Farkas is teaching Bar Review: MBE this semester.

The Honorable Martin Fitzpatrick is teaching Florida Civil Practice this semester.

Francine Folkes teaches Florida Administrative Law this spring.

Holly Goodman is teaching Employment Law this semester.

Christopher Griffin teaches Negotiation this semester.

Richard Harper is co-teaching AI & the Law.

Joe Jacquot is co-teaching Judicial Power: The Role of a Judge. 

Fred Karlinsky is teaching Law & Risk Management.

Melanie Kalmanson is teaching Florida Capital Punishment.

Alyssa Lathrop teaches the Judicial Externship Perspectives Seminar. 

Sherri Mallory is teaching Real Estate Transaction Skills this spring.

Preston McLane is teaching Clean Air Act.

Robert A. McNeely has reprised his popular Entertainment Law course this spring.

Justice Carlos Muñiz is teaching Florida Constitutional Law this spring. 

Brian Newman co-teaches Trial Practice alongside Martin Sipple.

Ryan Newman co-teaches Judicial Power: The Role of a Judge with Joe Jacquot.

Ben Odom is co-teaching AI & the Law with Richard Harper this spring.

R. Scott Palmer is teaching Antitrust this semester.

Robert A. Pierce is teaching Estate Planning this spring.

Amanda Rose teaches Securities Regulation.

Kyle Sill teaches International Sales and Arbitration this semester.

Martin B. Sipple co-teaches Trial Practice with Brian Newman.

Thomas Spulak is teaching Political Law this semester.

Judge Adam S. Tanenbaum is teaching Judicial Power: The Role of a Judge this semester.  

Fernando Tesón, is teaching Foreign Relations Law this spring. 

Melissa VanSickle is co-teaching Advanced Real Estate this semester.