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Stetson hosts medical marijuana debate Oct. 23

Amendment 2 is the topic of debate between former Florida Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Bell and attorney John Morgan at a free noontime event Oct. 23 on the Gulfport campus of Stetson University College of Law. Justice Bell and Morgan will debate the detriments and merits of legalizing medical marijuana during a public lunchtime event. Seating is limited. WHAT: Stetson Law’s debate is designed to… » Read more
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Tampa Bay Times – Sept. 21, 2014 – Professor Mark Bauer

Professor Mark Bauer is the subject of the human interest feature, “43 times a minute, sound of progress just makes people furious,” in the Tampa Bay Times.… » Read more
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Talk with L.A. filmmaker brings crowd to Stetson

A talk with Los Angeles-based filmmaker John Wellington Ennis and showing of his new film “PAY 2 PLAY” brought a crowd of more than 70 law students and members of the public to Stetson University College of Law on Saturday night, Sept. 20. John Ennis spoke at Stetson on Sept. 20. Ennis answered questions from the audience on topics ranging from the impact of Supreme… » Read more
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Tampa Bay Times – Sept. 20, 2014 – Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob spoke with the Tampa Bay Times for the story, “Clearwater man serving life in child sex case gets new trial.”… » Read more
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The Florida Times-Union – Sept. 20, 2014 – Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Bruce Jacob spoke with the Florida Times-Union for the story, “Second Michael Dunn murder trial begins Monday.”… » Read more
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Adlin Tuya: advocating for immigrant justice

by Alexandria Nicodemi, 2L “My passions in life aren’t put on hold when I go into the office,” says spring 2013 Stetson University College of Law alumna Adlin Tuya. “Every day I am working toward something that is important to me. And when you are working in an environment that you are passionate about, productivity skyrockets.” Tuya says she has found that when balanced with… » Read more
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Judges lecture at Constitution Day celebration in Gulfport, Tampa

Judge James Whittemore J.D. ’77, a member of Stetson Law’s Hall of Fame, provided the keynote lecture at Stetson’s Gulfport campus and Judge James S. Moody provided the keynote at the Tampa Law Center during a celebration of the U.S. Constitution at Stetson Law on Sept. 17. Judge James Whittemore spoke at Stetson Law in Gulfport. More than 200 local high school students attended this… » Read more
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Stetson celebrates Values Day

Stetson University College of Law students celebrated Values Day on Sept. 16 by volunteering to clean up Clam Bayou Nature Park in Gulfport and attending a presentation on “The Moral Premise of the Law,” presented by Stetson University Professor of Religious Studies Gregory Sapp. (L-R): Students Mitchell Levine, Lydia Greiner, Student Life director Tammy Briant, Lauren Eliopoulos and Patrick Iyampillai participated in Values Day. The… » Read more
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International women leaders visiting Stetson advocate for peace

A group of women leaders from nine countries around the world visited Stetson University College of Law’s Gulfport campus on Sept. 15 to speak on advocating for peace, stability and security. Women leaders gathered at Stetson Law to discuss promoting peace and security. The group gathered at Stetson from Bangladesh, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Tajikistan as part of a special… » Read more
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10News – Sept. 14, 2014 – Adjunct Professor Adam Levine

Adjunct Professor Adam Levine spoke with 10News for the story, “Do you know what Florida’s Amendment 2 really says about medicinal pot?”  … » Read more
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