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The Washington Post – Nov. 4, 2014 – Professor Paul Boudreaux

Professor Paul Boudreaux wrote the opinion editorial, “the constitutional amendment that would finally end our endless voter ID battle” for the Washington Post.… » Read more
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Stetson Law’s Hall of Fame inducts three alumni

Stetson University College of Law inducted three extraordinary alumni into its Hall of Fame on Nov. 1 in Gulfport. Hall of Fame inductees are selected for having a profound and positive impact on Stetson Law and the legal profession. This year’s inductees included: (L-R): Joshua Magidson accepting his Hall of Fame honor from Dean Chris Pietruszkiewicz. Joshua Magidson JD ’80 has served as president of… » Read more
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Tampa Tribune – Nov. 2, 2014 – Dean Emeritus and Professor Bruce Jacob

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob spoke with the Tampa Tribune for the article, “Experts: Florida’s high court took high road on cell phones.”… » Read more
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Contemporary Pediatrics – Nov. 1, 2014 – Adjunct Professor Adam Levine

Adjunct Professor Adam Levine wrote the article, “Do You Own a Gun?”  Contemporary Pediatrics.… » Read more
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Rich McKay talks with students

Rich McKay ’84 visited Stetson University College of Law’s Gulfport campus on Oct. 31 for a luncheon program for students. McKay, president and CEO of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, talked with law students about how his Stetson education prepared him for a stellar career as a leader in the NFL. Alumnus Rich McKay spoke with students. McKay described how his foundation in property law and… » Read more
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Newschannel 8 – Oct. 31, 2014 – Adjunct Professor Adam Levine

Adjunct Professor Adam Levine spoke with Newschannel 8 for the story, “Shocking nursing home abuse caught on camera.”… » Read more
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Robert Levy talks on recent Supreme Court opinions

Robert Levy Ph.D., chair of the Cato Institute’s board of directors, spoke to Stetson Law students on Oct. 28 about recent Supreme Court opinions and his new book, co-authored with William Mellor, The Dirty Dozen: How Twelve Supreme Court Cases Radically Expanded Government and Eroded Freedom. A constitutional scholar and former CEO, Levy has written several articles on investments, law, and public policy for publications… » Read more
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Stetson Law’s free open house for prospective students is Nov. 8

Stetson University College of Law’s annual open house and information day for prospective students is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 8, this year on Stetson’s Gulfport campus. Complimentary lunch will be provided at the free event, starting at 9:30 a.m. WHAT: Prospective students will have an opportunity to meet Stetson Law students and faculty, attend a simulated law class and faculty-led seminars, tour campus, and learn… » Read more
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Florida Bar News – Oct. 29, 2014 – Librarian Kristen Moore

Stetson Law librarian Kristen Moore’s article is running in the Nov. 1 issue of  The Florida Bar News, titled “Florida statutory and legislative materials are online.”… » Read more
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Christian Science Monitor – Oct. 27, 2014 – Adjunct Professor Adam Levine

Adjunct Professor Adam Levine is quoted in the Christian Science Monitor story, “Should the Feds reclassify marijuana?”… » Read more
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