In 2014, FSU Law adopted 3+3 accelerated law programs with Florida State University, Eckerd College, the University of Central Florida and the University of West Florida. Under these programs, students who meet certain admission requirements can complete a bachelor’s degree and a law degree in six years rather than the traditional seven, saving a year of time and costs. In the years since 2014, FSU Law has expanded the 3+3 programs to include the University of North Florida and Saint Leo University. Also in 2014, a documentary telling the story of Kenneth Young, who was represented by Professor Paolo Annino and his students at the Public Interest Law Center, was screened in film festivals across the country. The film, 15 to Life , was broadcast on PBS that August. In September 2014, the FSU Law community gathered to honor Professor Dan Markel’s life as a lawyer, scholar, teacher and person during a memorial service. Former colleagues and students shared their memories about Markel at the service. For the fall 2014 term, the law school introduced a new Juris Master program. The J.M. program was designed to be flexible for professionals who do not wish to practice law, but want to advance their careers with legal studies and training, including compliance officers and professionals in financial services, health care, agriculture, real estate and other businesses. This fall semester, the law school began a new online J.M. program. The fall 2014 semester also launched the College of Law’s Business Law Clinic. Headed by FSU Law alum Richard Benham (’05), Entrepreneur in Residence, students earn academic credit for advising business and social entrepreneurs at FSU. Also in 2014, FSU Law reached a high once again as #45 in the U.S. News & World Report rankings of best law schools.