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Electronic Education

Stetson University College of Law offers two degree programs and several J.D. courses online. Many of the courses are provided through a system that combines video-on-demand lectures with PowerPoint presentations. All classes have discussion boards. The recorded lectures are high-quality productions, with the vast majority filmed in a studio with professional lighting.

Stetson's Overview of U.S. Law, a course that provides a basic understanding of the U.S. legal system, will be available for student participation starting in summer 2009. The course offers two hours of vodcasts on each of 17 different legal subjects.

In addition to online courses for students, Stetson Law offers the Advocacy Resource Center as an electronic education resource for students and attorneys across the nation.

Education Resources

» Advocacy Resource Center

» Resources for the Editors of the Legal Writing Journal

» Overview of U.S. Law


Programs

» LL.M. in Elder Law


J.D. Courses

  • Advanced Legal Research
  • Ethics and the Practice of Criminal Law
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • Legislation
  • Media Law Seminar
  • Reproductive Technology and the Law
  • Selected Topics in White Collar Crime
  • Scottish Law

References

» Stetson's Electronic Education Plan (PDF)

» Research Articles

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For more information about electronic education at Stetson University College of Law, please contact:

Rebecca Trammell
Professor of Law, Director of Electronic Education, Law Library Director

Julie Kitzmiller
Electronic Education Assistant

Blackboard

» Blackboard Login (password required)

» Creating an Electronic Education Course (password required)

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