Stetson and the American Bankruptcy Institute present the 42nd annual Judge Alexander L. Paskay Seminar in Tampa

The late distinguished jurist Judge Alexander L. Paskay is the seminar’s namesake. Judge Paskay is a member of the Stetson University College of Law Hall of Fame who served on the Stetson Law Board of Overseers, and was an adjunct professor at Stetson for decades. Stetson University College of Law and the American Bankruptcy Institute will co-host the 42nd annual Judge Alexander L. Paskay Seminar… » Read more

Stetson invites future law students to open houses in January and February

Stetson law school’s Gulfport campus. Stetson University College of Law invites future law students to attend a part-time J.D. open house in either January at the Tampa Law Center or February on the Gulfport campus. Sessions are offered on: Jan. 18 at the Tampa Law Center, 1700 N. Tampa St.: 12:15-1 p.m., Afternoon General Information Session 1:30-5 p.m., One-on-One Sessions 6-7 p.m., Evening General Information… » Read more

Chronicle of Higher Education – Dec. 10, 2017 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake is quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education article, “How Sexual-Harassment Charges at U. of Rochester Spiraled Out of Control.”… » Read more

Managed Healthcare Executive – Dec. 9, 2017 – Adjunct Professor Jay Wolfson

Adjunct Professor Jay Wolfson is quoted in the Managed Healthcare Executive article,”Five ways Trump’s tax reform will impact healthcare.”… » Read more

Seeking Pathways to Peace: Michal Homza LL.M. ’12

Michal Homza. Photo by Brian Vandervliet. “I’m trying to find pathways to peace,” Michal Homza, a 2012 graduate of Stetson University’s LL.M. in International Law program, explains of his research on the connection of international organizations to international peace and security. Homza returns as a visiting scholar working on research for his Ph.D. from Pavol Jozef Safarik University during the fall semester on Stetson’s Gulfport… » Read more

Stetson offers complimentary webinar for lawyers on the process behind forensic science certification, crime lab accreditation

Have you ever wondered about forensic science certification or crime lab accreditation? Stetson University College of Law is offering a complimentary webinar for prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys on Certification and Accreditation Essentials on Dec. 14, from 12-2 p.m. Prosecutors and defense attorneys will learn how to use certification and accreditation information to assist in their litigation preparation. The webinar, offered by Stetson’s National Clearinghouse… » Read more

Scholarship helps student advocate find balance in law school: Carolina Suazo encourages others to find opportunities

Carolina Suazo J.D. ’17 By Kai Su Carolina Suazo J.D. ’17 is dedicated to service. Entering law school with an undergraduate degree in psychology, Suazo wanted to utilize her education to affect change in the area of juvenile justice. Events such as the Andrea Yates trial and the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting were greatly impactful, motivating her to pursue law school. “I wanted to… » Read more

Elder Law Prof Blog – Dec. 6, 2017 – Professor Rebecca Morgan

Professor Rebecca Morgan wrote the Dec. 6 Elder Law Prof Blog, “When a Tatoo is an Advance Directive?” and the Elder Law Prof Blog “More on Nursing Home Issues.” She also wrote the Dec. 5 Elder Law Prof Blog “Your Digital Property.” She wrote the Dec. 4 Elder Law Prof Blog “Second Phase of Changes to Nursing Home Regs.”… » Read more

Gainesville Sun – Dec. 5, 2017 – Professor Paul Boudreaux

Professor Paul Boudreaux is quoted in the Gainesville Sun article, “Jim Tatum: It’s time to boot fracking from Florida for good.”… » Read more

Tampa Bay Times – Dec. 5, 2017 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake spoke with the Tampa Bay Times for the story, “Why do universities handle sexual assault cases anyway?”… » Read more