Justice Grosshans Meets with FSU Law Students
On Monday, August 29, Florida Supreme Court Justice Jamie Grosshans spoke with FSU Law students on campus. Justice Grosshans discussed the new Florida Supreme Court Fellows Program and clerking with the court. She also answered a wide variety of student questions about the program and encouraged students to apply. Justice Alan Lawson ('87), who was the visionary for the fellowhip program, also attended the event. Because of the Florida Supreme Court’s proximity to FSU Law, justices often visit the law school to interact with students. Florida Supreme Court justices have a long history of teaching FSU Law classes, speaking about the legal profession and their careers during student events, judging Moot Court Final Four competitions, and networking with FSU Law community members during a wide variety of events. In addition, students have many opportunities to visit the court to witness oral arguments. Students also work part time at the court while taking classes.
Published on September 2, 2022