Jason Palmer

Professor Jason Palmer was elected to a director-at-large position on the 2016-20 Board of Directors of the Legal Writing Institute.  Professor Palmer will take office at the Board meeting during the 2016 Biennial Conference in Portland, Oregon this summer.… » Read more


Tammy Briant

Tammy Briant’s article, “Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services Knowledge Community” was recently published in the Annual Knowledge Community Conference Publication for the 2016 NASPA Annual Conference.… » Read more


Lou Virelli

Professor Lou Virelli is participating in an upcoming symposium hosted by the Georgia State Law Review on the Supreme Court and transparency at Georgia State.  The symposium will be live streamed here: https://t.co/B3R54B8pit.… » Read more


Kristen Moore

Kristen Moore recently co-authored an article, “Managing Disruptive Patron Behavior in Law Libraries: A Grey Paper,” with Nicole P. Dyszlewski and Genevieve B. Tung, that was published in the Fall 2015 issue of Law Library Journal.… » Read more


Catherine Cameron & Lance Long

A review of the book below was recently published in the Law Library Journal. http://www.stetson.edu/law/news/index.php/2015/01/30/professors-new-book-unveils-anatomy-legal-writing/ Carolina Academic Press has published The Science Behind the Art of Legal Writing by professors Catherine J. Cameron and Lance N. Long.  As a supplemental text for a first-year legal writing course, or as a primary text for an advanced legal writing course, this book provides the evidence — besides… » Read more


Ellen Podgor

Professor Ellen Podgor’s book, Peeling the Orange: White Collar Trial Advocacy Problem (http://www.cap-press.com/books/isbn/9781611638813/Peeling-the-Orange), co-authored with Professor Lucian Dervan, has recently been published.… » Read more


Ellen Podgor

Professor Ellen Podgor recently spoke on overcriminalization as part of George Mason’s Judicial Education Program in Miami, Florida. Professor Podgor served on a panel on Overcriminalization in the Judicial Symposium on Using the Law and Economics to Reform the System of Criminal Justice: Theory, Empirical Evidence, and Some Applications.… » Read more


Carol Henderson

Professor Carol Henderson, founding director of the Clearinghouse for Science Technology and the Law recently presented at the UTS Centre for Forensic Science in Australia on  “A View of U.S. Forensic Science: The Path Forward Since the NAS Report.”… » Read more


Luz Nagle

Professor Luz Nagle recently presented on International Sex Crimes at the Southwestern Law Review Symposium on Sex Offenses: Lessons from the Front Lines.… » Read more


Luz Nagle

Professor Luz Nagle recently spoke on “The role of lawyers in advancing development and the rule of law: working with social entrepreneurs” presented by the Poverty, Empowerment and the Rule of Law Working Group, with the support of the Rule of Law Working Group, the Human Rights Law Working Group, and the Pro Bono Committee of the IBA during the  2015 Annual Conference of the… » Read more