Campus attends event on preparing for and recovering from serious weather

Students gathered in the Great Hall on Aug. 30. Photo by Merve Ozcan. Human Resources, Residential Life and the Student Affairs Office facilitated a lunchtime program for Stetson University College of Law on how to prepare for and recover from a serious weather situation. Sandra Pittman, a volunteer for Pinellas County Emergency Management, presented in the Great Hall on the Gulfport campus on Aug. 30.… » Read more


Stetson Law hosts Diversity and Inclusion in the U.S.: A Discussion Post-Charlottesville

(L-R): Professor Lance Long, Professor James Fox, Professor Luz Nagle, Associate Dean Darryl Wilson, Professor Ellen Podgor, and Professor Ann Piccard. Stetson University College of Law hosted a panel on “Diversity and Inclusion in the U.S.: A Discussion Post-Charlottesville,” on Aug. 24. “The goal was to begin a campus-wide discussion as the year begins and join in community to support one another,” said Assistant Dean… » Read more


Mohamed Mohamed: Egyptian Fulbright Scholar and humanitarian advocates for people in crisis

Mohamed Mohamed (left) at a welcome event for refugees with Diakonie in Germany. Photo Courtesy Mohamed. By Kai Su Mohamed Mohamed became involved with humanitarian causes from a young age. In 2008, while in high school and living in North Sinai near the Gaza Strip, he helped the Red Crescent provide relief to people injured during the war in Gaza. He continued to be involved… » Read more


Nathan Bruemmer J.D. ’17: Advocating for Equality

By Kai Su Nathan Bruemmer spent 20 years advocating for equality and social justice before coming to law school. After graduating from Stetson University College of Law in May, he is preparing for his next role as an advocate. Nathan Bruemmer. On Aug. 7, Bruemmer will begin his position as executive director of the local nonprofit Advocacy Leadership Support and Outreach Youth. ALSO Youth is… » Read more


Lisa Diliberto joins Stetson Law as director of communications and marketing

Lisa Diliberto joins Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida, as director of communications and marketing.  For the past 25 years, Diliberto has held senior leadership roles in global brand marketing for two Fortune 500 companies including Hertz Corporation and Sony Electronics where she led strategic planning, brand communications and creative development. While at Hertz, Diliberto was responsible for enhancing existing brands and launching… » Read more


Visiting professor from Ukraine returns to teach comparative criminal law

Professor Dmitriy Kamensky. Photo by Kai Su. By Kai Su Professor Dmitriy Kamensky from Ukraine has returned to Stetson University College of Law as a visiting professor this summer to teach a course on the Introduction to Comparative Criminal Law. The one-credit course, which runs for two weeks, compares the criminal law frameworks of America to the codified criminal law systems of Europe—mainly Ukraine and… » Read more


Earn your law degree part-time from the law school ranked best in advocacy: attend a summer open house in July, August

Stetson University College of Law, ranked the best law school in the nation in trial advocacy, will host two open house and information sessions in July and August about the admissions process for part-time law school applicants. Future law students interested in attending Stetson should RSVP for one of the afternoon or evening sessions: Wednesday, July 26, General Session from 12:15-1 p.m., One-on-one Session from… » Read more


National security leader speaks at Stetson Law commencement on evolving global challenges

Visit Graduation Events for more photo galleries and videos.   Retired Army Lieutenant General Ronald L. Burgess Jr. is Stetson University College of Law’s spring commencement speaker. Lieutenant General Burgess is presently serving as the senior counsel for national security programs, cyber programs and military affairs at Auburn University. Burgess addressed more than 200 students during Stetson law school’s commencement on Saturday, May 13, in… » Read more


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


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