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Stetson professor calls for policymakers to protect the world’s wetlands

Take immediate action to conserve and restore the world’s wetlands, the director of Stetson University’s Institute for Biodiversity Law and Policy, professor Royal Gardner, urges in a briefing note he recently co-authored with scientists from around the world. Professor Royal Gardner directs the Institute for Biodiversity Law and Policy at Stetson. The “State of the World’s Wetlands and their Services to People: A compilation of… » Read more
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Chronicle of Higher Education – April 12, 2015 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake is quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education article, “Should Colleges Be Judging Rape?”… » Read more
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The Guardian – April 11, 2015 – Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob spoke with the Guardian for the story, “Stingray spying: FBI’s secret deal with police hides phone dragnet from courts.”… » Read more
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Tampa Bay Times – April 10, 2015 – Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob spoke with the Tampa Bay Times about his work on the historic Gideon v. Wainwright case.… » Read more
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Students, librarians, volunteer for Fun in the Sun

Stetson Law students volunteered for Fun in the Sun, Gulfport’s annual springtime celebration, at the Gulfport Recreation Center on April 4. The City of Gulfport and Stetson’s Public Service Fellows co-presented this year’s event, sponsored by local businesses and associations. The Stetson Law volunteers take a break for a photo with the trolley and Fun in the Sun in Gulfport. Photo by Brittany Brochard. The… » Read more
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Law 360 – April 8, 2015 – Professor Ellen Podgor

Professor Ellen Podgor is quoted in the Law360 article, “Why Utah’s ‘White Collar Crime Registry’ is Unnecessary.”… » Read more
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Contemporary OB/GYN – April 6, 2015 – Adjunct Professor Adam Levine

Adjunct professor Adam Levine has written the article, “The best and worst states for ob/gyn practice: a professional liability perspective,” for the April 6 Contemporary OB/GYN.… » Read more
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Four faculty members celebrate books

On March 27, four faculty members celebrated the publication of their books. (L-R): Professors Catherine Cameron, Carol Henderson, Lance Long and Luz Nagle. Photo by Professor Jason Palmer. Professor Catherine Cameron and Lance Long are the authors of The Science Behind the Art of Legal Writing. Professor Luz Nagle has most recently authored “The Rule of Law in Latin America,” in Latin American Democracy: Emerging… » Read more
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Federalist Society sponsors talk on marijuana and federalism

Former Colorado Assistant Solicitor Michael Francisco spoke at Stetson Law. Photo by Brittany Brochard. The Stetson Law student Federalist Society recently sponsored a talk on March 31 by former Colorado Assistant Solicitor Michael Francisco on “Marijuana & Federalism.” Francisco discussed the Colorado citizens ballot initiative to legalize medical marijuana that passed in 2012 and the aftermath of the amendment. Francisco explained that marijuana is still… » Read more
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HuffPostBlackVoices – April 7, 2015 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake is quoted in the HuffPostBlackVoices story, “30 Frats Shut Down In The Past Month As Colleges Respond To Misconduct More Aggressively.”… » Read more
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