I am a student at Florida Coastal and have to disagree with most on this board but also give a fair warning. Many will slam FCSL as an unknown law school or one that won't get you a job. While it is known outside of Florida very little, it is starting to become well known in Florida because of the decent bar passage rate and moot court/mock trial teams. I wouldn't listen to the people that talk about jobs too much though unless you plan on being in the top 10% of your class. You're going to need those grades from any school to get into the large firms, the smaller firms could care less where you graduated from (I worked in two). Additionally, anyone that knows absolutely anything about hiring knows that after about 4 years out, the school you went to means almost nothing at all. Could you imagine a hiring process where they disregard your actual work history and just focus on the school you went to 20 years ago? Of course you couldn't, because it doesn't happen. Again, disregard all of that if you plan on working in a huge firm and being top 10% because you will be at a disadvantage going to FCSL.
On to the warning...this is a for profit school and it shows at all times. The school's number one priority is having you pass the bar so they can just bring more students in. They will often treat you poorly and deny requests on the basis of money alone. Of course I would suggest going to a state school to save money, but if you have no other choice FCSL is a decent school if you can handle being treated poorly. I passed up on a state school and I wouldn't come here if I could do it all over again.