Stetson Law News

Professors Adams, Piccard and Scully lead Social Justice Advocacy Concentration

Starting in the fall semester, Kristen Adams and Ann Piccard will join Judith Scully as co-coordinators of the program.

Stetson students, faculty, staff kick off the fall with two days of community service

A total of 63 members of the Stetson community volunteered on Aug. 18-19.

Alumni named to Best Lawyers in America “Lawyer of the Year” list

The “Lawyer of the Year” list includes several Stetson University College of Law alumni working in the greater Tampa Bay, Florida area.

Top student advocate Natalie Yello named first Ms. JD Fellow from Stetson University

Stetson University College of Law third-year student Natalie Yello was awarded a fellowship by Ms. JD for 2016.

Darryl C. Wilson named associate dean

Attorneys’ Title Fund Professor of Law Darryl C. Wilson has been named associate dean for faculty and strategic initiatives at Stetson University College of Law.

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.