Stetson University College of Law is committed to professionalism, community and access to justice. Our faculty and students strive to have a meaningful and far-reaching impact on the law, the profession and society. Stetson offers a number of programs and resources for the greater legal community, including access to cutting-edge conferences, extensive library resources, and employer services.
- Do you wish to attend a Stetson conference?
See Conferences and Events for detailed information on upcoming activities.
- Are you interested in hiring a Stetson student or graduate?
See Career Services for information on how employers can find qualified applicants.
- Would you like to read one of Stetson's four academic publications?
See Journal for International Aging Law and Policy, Journal for International Wildlife Law and Policy, Stetson Law Review or Stetson Journal of Advocacy and the Law.
- Would you like to use one of Stetson's law libraries?
Stetson has libraries at both the Gulfport campus and Tampa Law Center that are available for use by the legal community.
- Are you a member of the media looking for a legal expert?
Visit our Journalist's Guide to Legal Experts and give the Communications Office a call at 727-562-7381 (office) or 727-430-1580 (cell).
- Would you like to work for Stetson Law?
Please see Human Resources and Employment.
Florida's First Law School
Stetson University College of Law has educated outstanding lawyers, judges and community leaders for more than a century. Stetson Law is ranked first for trial advocacy and third for legal writing.
The law school's main campus is in Gulfport, a beachfront community adjacent to St. Petersburg, and the Tampa Law Center satellite campus is located less than one mile from downtown Tampa.