Champions: Moot Court wins again.

Stetson’s Moot Court brought home multiple weekend wins at national competitions.

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Elder Law Inn honored at Supreme Court.
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Stetson again named military friendly school.
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“2016 may become 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, 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. So far, since Citizens United was decided in 2010, $600 million has been spent dark-and by dark I mean it’s been spent but we can’t tell what the original source of that money was.”- Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, author of a forthcoming new book on corporate money in elections.

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