Why choose Stetson Law's LL.M. in Advocacy?
Advocacy isn’t an afterthought at Stetson; it’s our core mission, and it shows. In the 18 years that U.S. News and World Report has ranked trial advocacy programs, Stetson has been ranked first in the nation 14 times. No other school even comes close.
We not only train advocates, we also train those who teach advocacy during our annual Educating Advocates: Teaching Advocacy Skills conference. Each year, advocacy instructors and practitioners from across the U.S. and as far away as Australia and Scotland gather in Gulfport to learn how Stetson teaches advocacy and to share ideas for advancing the art of advocacy.
Stetson’s leadership role in advocacy education is no accident. Rather, it’s the direct consequence of the attention and resources we devote to the study and practice of advocacy. Stetson has experienced advocates on its faculty, a Center for the Excellence in Advocacy, an online Advocacy Resource Center, and no fewer than seven on-campus courtrooms that bear witness to our commitment to advocacy education.
Therefore, as you consider the best place to earn an LL.M. in Advocacy, ask yourself this: Would you rather learn from an institution where advocacy is its core mission or an afterthought?