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Marc A. Consalo

Marc Consalo
Professor of Law
(954) 262-6241


  • J.D. with Honors, University of Florida College of Law, 1999
  • LL.M. with Distinction, Stetson University College of Law, 2016
  • B.A., Summa Cum Laude, Rollins College, 1996
  • Licensed to Practice Law in Florida (admitted September 1999)
  • Licensed to Practice Law in the United States of America Middle District of Florida (admitted July 2008)
  • Licensed Professional Guardian (April 2021)

Marc Consalo is an Assistant Professor of Law at Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Professor Consalo teaches in both the Undergraduate Program and at the Law School level.  He has taught classes such as Introduction to Law, Constitutional Law, and Professional Responsibility.  Marc also serves as the faculty adviser for the undergraduate Moot Court Team. 

Prior to joining NSU, Marc was with the UCF legal studies department from 2014-2022. During that time, he served many roles including Trial Team Adviser, Experiential Learning and Online Education Coordinator, Internship Coordinator, Director of the Center for Law and Policy, and Adjunct Faculty Coordinator. At the law school, he has created three new classes for the undergraduate program (appellate advocacy, trial advocacy, and alternative dispute resolution).  He also enjoys working with law students on the trial team and moot court teams.

In the past, Professor Consalo acted as conflict counsel for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for Orange County, Florida for over twenty years. There he represented indigent individuals accused of major crimes including homicides. Marc also has his professional guardian’s license and currently advocates for abused and neglected children as guardian ad litem in domestic relations cases. Currently, he sits on the Capacity Examination Committee for his circuit. Finally, he serves as a Special Magistrate for the Town of Oakland.

Believing students learn best through high impact teaching practices, Marc strives to demonstrate the value of a legal studies education in the academic world through merging his experiences in the courtroom with his lectures in the classroom. Whenever possible, he attempts to have his students engage in actual case work to demonstrate the value of their studies.


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