James J. Woodruff

James J. Woodruff, II

Associate Professor of Lawyering Process, Florida Coastal School of Law

Topics: Administrative Law & Regulation

James J. Woodruff II, Esq. is currently an Associate Professor of Lawyering Process at Florida Coastal School of Law.  He has also been appointed to serve on the Florida Bar's Small Claims Rules Committee (2010-2013).

Professor Woodruff is a graduate of Texas A&M University and South Texas College of Law.  While at South Texas College of Law he served as Editor-in-Chief of Currents:  the International Trade Law Journal.  He also won the Chester James Taylor Memorial Award for Writing Excellence.  Professor Woodruff is a member of Phi Delta Phi (Legal Honors Fraternity).

He has accumulated years of experience in litigation (insurance, consumer, personal injury and commercial) and business law.  Professor Woodruff has handled cases at both the trial and appellate levels during his career.  His current legal practice focuses on Political law.

Professor Woodruff has published articles in various legal journals including the Tulane Maritime Law Journal and theCorporate Counsel Review.  His articles have examined constitutional law, maritime law and international litigation.  He is a member of the Florida Bar, the State Bar of Texas, the Jacksonville Bar Association,the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals of the United States.

  • South Texas College of Law, J.D.
  • Texas A&M University, B.S.


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