Stetson Law News

Stetson among nation's most diverse law schools according to preLaw

Stetson is listed among the top 20 most diverse law schools in the U.S.

Filling a need: Student to help Tampa Bay homeless veterans after graduation

Student Cherilyn Hansen received a fellowship from Equal Justice Works to help veterans starting in the fall.

Jewish Law Student Association honored for historical exhibit

Stetson's Jewish Law Student Association was honored for hosting a historical exhibit.

Students from the Philippines win International Environmental Moot Court Competition at Stetson Law

Students from the University of San Carlos, Cebu, in the Philippines, won the 20th Annual International Environmental Moot Court Competition on April 16.

Stetson alumni lead the nation's top elder law associations

LL.M. in Elder Law alumni to lead National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, National Elder Law Foundation.

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 the reforms 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; they could take the form of small donor public financing; or they 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 speaking on the 2016 presidential election.