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Ave Maria School of Law

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The Ave Maria School of Law, founded in 1999, is a fully ABA-accredited Roman Catholic law school, located in Naples, Florida. In the 2009-2010 academic year, there were over 375 students enrolled from a variety of states, countries, and undergraduate institutions. Classes commenced in the fall semester of 2000.

Ave Maria School of Law offers a full-time three year Juris Doctor (J.D.) program that complements a traditional legal education based on the Socratic Method with an emphasis on how the law intersects with the Catholic intellectual tradition and natural law philosophy. The curriculum of Ave Maria School of Law includes a three-semester Research, Writing and Advocacy Program as well as several required courses that focus on law and ethics.

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  • Private not for profit, Four or more years
  • students

1025 Commons Circle
Naples, FL 34119
(239) 687-5300

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Scholarships for Students in Florida

Name Amount Deadline
St. Thomas More Full-Tuition Scholarship 100% of tuition Varies
Dean's Scholarship Up to $35,000 Varies
Board of Governors' Scholarship Up to $18,000 Varies
Advocate for Life Award Up to $10,000 Varies
Armed Services Scholarship Up to $10,000 Varies
Catholic Student Leadership Award Up to $10,000 Varies
Knights of Columbus Fr. Michael J. McGivney Award Varies Varies
Salt and Light Award Up to $10,000 Varies