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Tampa Bay Times – June 13, 2015 – Professor Roberta Flowers

Professor Roberta Flowers spoke with the Tampa Bay Times about a case of alleged elder neglect, death: “Family says woman begged to die at home; prosecutors say they neglected her.”… » Read more
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Think law school is for you? Two sessions at Stetson help you decide

Have you always wondered if law school is for you? Stetson University College of Law is hosting an open house in July and repeating in August about the admissions process for part-time law school applicants. Students interested in the full-time law program at Stetson are also invited to attend. Prospective law students interested in attending should RSVP for one of the open house sessions: Thursday,… » Read more
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Health News Florida – June 9, 2015 – Adjunct Professor Adam Levine

Adjunct Professor Adam Levine is quoted in the Health News Florida story, “Florida Abortion Clinic Appeals Injunction.”… » Read more
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Chronicle of Higher Education – June 3, 2015 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake is quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education story, “Kipnis Case Highlights Perilous Clash of Title IX and Academic Freedom.”… » Read more
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Dire need for human rights advocates: Professor Nagle says after trip to Colombia

“There is a dire need for attorneys to be trained to be human rights advocates and to represent the human rights of indigenous groups, workers, displaced people, and individuals who are vulnerable to human trafficking, forced servitude, slavery, and other violations of fundamental human rights,” said Professor Luz Nagle, who faced the Medellin drug cartel during her tenure as a judge in Colombia. Professor Nagle… » Read more
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WUSF NPR – June 2, 2015 – Professor Rebecca Morgan

Professor Rebecca Morgan spoke on elder law issues for a report that featured her remarks at the regional White House Conference on Aging that aired on WUSF NPR.… » Read more
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Texas Tribune – June 1, 2015 – Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy

Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy’s article is quoted in the Texas Tribune story, “Abbott Opposes Curbs on Dark Money.”… » Read more
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The Harvard Crimson – May 29, 2015 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake spoke with the Harvard Crimson newspaper for an article about Harvard’s internal Office of the General Counsel and the increasing workload for in house counsel.… » Read more
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The Chronicle of Higher Education – May 28, 2015 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake was quoted in today’s Chronicle of Higher Education article, “Fraternities’ Ranks Swell at a Time of Intense Public Scrutiny.”… » Read more
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Kansas City Star – May 26, 2015 – Professor Peter Lake

Professor Peter Lake was interviewed by the Kansas City Star regarding Title IX questions concerning Missouri Southern State University responsibilities involving a scandal surrounding a Missouri legislator and a Missouri Southern State University student who served as a capitol intern.  … » Read more
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Stetson Law

Stetson University College of Law, Florida's first law school, has prepared lawyers and leaders since 1900. Today, Stetson leads the nation in blending legal doctrine with practical training, evidenced by its top-ranked programs in advocacy and legal writing. Through our academically rigorous curriculum and commitment to social responsibility, Stetson lawyers are ethical advocates ready to succeed in the legal profession.

Stetson University

Stetson University’s historic campus, founded in 1883 in DeLand, is home to the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business Administration and School of Music. Stetson also has a satellite center in Celebration that offers advanced degrees.