Stetson Law News

Stetson University hosts Legal Writing Academy for lawyers in August

Lawyers can attend Persuasive Legal Writing: What Every Lawyer Should Know on Aug. 19 in Tampa.
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Earn your law degree at Stetson while keeping your day job

Stetson hosts two open houses for future students in the part-time law program in July and repeating in August.
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Stetson launches new project at Legal Writing Institute conference

Stetson's Institute for the Advancement of Legal Communication launches "The Box. "
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Class of 1966 alumni join Florida Bar 50-year member celebration

More than a dozen Stetson Law school alumni were honored at the Florida Bar luncheon.
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More than 100 Stetson grads listed among Florida’s Legal Elite

A total of 111 Stetson Law graduates were selected for inclusion among Florida’s Legal Elite in the July 2016 Florida Trend magazine.
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Faculty Quotable

2016 may be the election where campaign finance reform finally becomes an issue for the average voter. Already, three presidential campaigns have made campaign finance reform a focus of their reforms that they would enact if they win the presidency. These reforms could take the form of trying to reverse the Citizens United decision, which is a 2010 decision from the Supreme Court; it could take the form of small donor public financing; or it could take the form of better disclosure so that we end the dark money problem that we have in our elections.

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, author of the new book, Corporate Citizen, and election law expert.