Stephanie A. Vaughan
Professor of Legal Skills
Associate Director of the Center for Excellence in Advocacy
Faculty Liaison of International Programs
B.A., University of Alabama
J.D., Stetson University
Moot Court Board, Research and Writing II
Professor Vaughan graduated from Stetson in 1991, with honors, which included her receipt of the Outstanding Woman Law Graduate and Cecil and Augusta Bailey Scholarship Awards. While attending Stetson, Professor Vaughan served as comments editor of the Stetson Law Review and had a case note published in Volume 19-3, Municipal Immunity: A Historical and Modern Perspective. After graduating, Professor Vaughan practiced law in the Tampa Bay area for almost five years. Her practice consisted mainly of local government representation and employment discrimination litigation. Professor Vaughan was active in the Clearwater Bar Association, serving as President of the Young Lawyers Division, 1993-95. Additionally, she currently serves on the Barney Masterson Inn of Court Board of Directors. Before joining the Stetson law faculty as a full-time Legal Research and Writing Instructor, Professor Vaughan served as an Adjunct Professor for three semesters.