Part-time student Aggie Kuzniar moved across the world to pursue law in the U.S.

Agata Kuzniar is a student in Stetson’s part-time program and editor with the Stetson Law Review. In 2003, Agata “Aggie” Kuzniar moved across the world from Poland to the U.S. to pursue an education in the American legal system. “In Poland, civil law is very different from the legal system in the U.S.,” said Kuzniar, who said she found learning about the law in the… » Read more


Tampa Bay Times – May 4, 2017 – Professor Charles Rose

Professor Charles Rose is quoted in the May 4 Tampa Bay Times article, “Judge rips USF player, Strong.”… » Read more


Bay News 9 – May 4, 2017 – Professor Charles Rose

Professor Charles Rose spoke with Bay News 9 for a story about judicial ethics and admonishing the new coach for USF players before the court.… » Read more


Ashley Krenelka Chase wins American Association of Law Libraries Emerging Leader Award for 2017

Ashley Krenelka Chase. Ashley Krenelka Chase is the recipient of the American Association of Law Libraries Emerging Leader Award for 2017. Chase is the associate director of Stetson University College of Law’s Dolly & Homer Hand Law Library, coordinator of legal practice technology, and an adjunct law professor. She holds both a J.D. degree from the University of Dayton School of Law and a master’s… » Read more


5 Minutes with … Christopher M. Pietruszkiewicz

Stetson law Dean Christopher M. Pietruszkiewicz. By Cory Lancaster Tell us about your job at Stetson. Fifteen years ago, a Dean’s job at the College of Law was very different than it is today. In the past, we made tweaks to the curriculum to help students get better prepared for practice. Today it is so much broader.  It is understanding our community, connecting with students,… » Read more


First-year student Matthew Ceriale awarded inaugural diversity scholarship from Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick

Matthew Ceriale, third from left, is a first-year student at Stetson law school. First-year law student Matthew Ceriale has been awarded the inaugural Shumaker Diversity Scholarship from the Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick LLP law firm. Ceriale will join Shumaker’s Tampa office as a summer associate. The Shumaker Diversity Scholarship is available to students who are members of minority groups. Applicants must have outstanding undergraduate and… » Read more


AALS News – May 1, 2017 – Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy is profiled in the Spring 2017 AALS News, “Spotlight on Sections: Election Law.” Professor Torres-Spelliscy is chair-elect of the section.  … » Read more


WMFE – April 27, 2017 – Professor Louis Virelli

Professor Louis Virelli spoke with WMFE Orlando for the story, “Rick Scott Defends Reassigning Aramis Ayala’s Cases in Court.”… » Read more


LL.M. student Riya Khan selected for U.N. graduate study program

LL.M. in International Law student Riya Khan has been accepted into the United Nations Graduate Study Programme starting this summer. The program provides an opportunity for outstanding graduate and postgraduate students from around the world to deepen their understanding of the principles, purposes and activities of the U.N. and its related agencies through first-hand observation and study at the U.N. Office in Geneva, Switzerland. “It’s… » Read more


Student Taylor Greenberg receives 2017 Pro Bono Service Award, Haley Coet and Reshma Pharsi receive honorable mention

(L-R): Chief Judge Anthony Rodolino, Taylor Greenberg and Judge Susan St. Peters. Student Taylor Greenberg received the 2017 Pro Bono Service Award for Outstanding Service by a Law Student from the Sixth Judicial Circuit at the Pinellas County Justice Center in Clearwater on April 21. Stetson Law students Haley Coet and Reshma Pharsi won honorable mention awards for pro bono service. Greenberg was honored for… » Read more