Can Bitcoin technology promote equality around the world? Visiting professor speaks in Mexico, Africa

Professor Reyes spoke in Mexico. Stetson University Visiting Assistant Professor of Law Carla L. Reyes had the opportunity to speak in Mexico and Africa in December on topics related to cutting-edge technologies like Bitcoin. Professor Reyes participated in discussions about how these technologies can be used to promote economic, social and cultural rights, and how they might reshape the law. Reyes was asked to speak… » Read more

Stetson Law’s Moot Court Board among the best in the nation

Stetson Law’s Moot Court Board. The fall 2016 Best Value Law Schools issue of preLaw magazine lists Stetson University College of Law’s Moot Court Board among the best in the nation. Stetson’s Board is ranked third in the list of the top 16 moot court programs of 2015-2016 and is ranked sixth among the 20 best moot courts of the decade. The preLaw magazine analyzed… » Read more

What changes will the new administration bring to education? Stetson’s National Conference on Law and Higher Education is Feb. 9-13

Stetson University’s annual National Conference on Law and Higher Education celebrates 38 years in February, with leading higher education scholars, thinkers and practitioners in the U.S. discussing the challenges and opportunities facing higher education in an era of legal, social and political change. This year’s conference, themed on “Accountability and Regulation of American Colleges and Universities in Times of Legal, Social and Political Upheaval,” takes… » Read more

National champions: Stetson law school students win National Civil Trial Competition

Stetson University College of Law competed with 15 other top advocacy teams from around the U.S. to win the National Civil Trial Competition in Los Angeles, California, on Nov. 20. Stetson’s Trial Team won the National Civil Trial Competition. (L-R): coaches Patrick McArdle, Erika McArdle, student Kaitlyn Dugas, Professor Charles Rose, students Anna Pardun, Joseph Sise and Colby Connell. The Stetson student trial team of… » Read more

Stetson helps to create National Law School Veterans Clinic Consortium

Stetson University College of Law has joined a consortium of veterans clinics at law schools across the country working together to improve legal representation for military veterans. Stetson’s Veterans Law Institute and Veterans Advocacy Clinic was dedicated in 2012. The National Law School Veterans Clinic Consortium formed two years ago as an informal resource for the country’s law school veterans programs. Last month, the resource… » Read more

Stetson law school again named military friendly school

Stetson University College of Law has again been named a Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, a designation awarded a small percentage of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to help military students to succeed in the classroom and after graduation. Effective 2016-2017, Stetson will award all eligible veterans a Yellow Ribbon scholarship to help offset the cost… » Read more

East coast champions: Stetson law school advocacy teams win weekend competitions

Stetson University College of Law advocacy teams representing the Dispute Resolution, Moot Court and Trial Team won several competitions over the Nov. 5-6 weekend across the east coast of the U.S. Stetson’s Dispute Resolution team at the William & Mary Law School Negotiation Tournament (L-R): Professor James Sheehan, students Christina Huckfeldt, Kira Ramirez, Mary Wold, Brigette Perl, Allison Belanger, Samantha Grizzle, and coach Bill Greiner.… » Read more

Student Pamela Cordova receives scholarship at Tampa Hispanic Bar Association gala

Stetson Law student Pamela Cordova received this year’s Cruz-Garcia Law Student Scholarship at the Tampa Hispanic Bar Association’s 10th Annual Scholarship Gala Dinner at the Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club on Nov. 3. (L-R): Oscar Sugrañes, Linett San Juan, Beatriz Sanchez, Natalia Reyna-Forero, Yarelis Llerena, Dean Christopher Pietruskiewicz, Kathryn Lopez, Pamela Cordova and David Barrera. The gala, this year themed Celebrando Nuestro Pasado, Presente,… » Read more

Election 2016: Stetson law experts available for media interviews

The following legal experts are available for election-related interviews. Call Brandi Palmer in the communications office to schedule/ for times available at 727-562-7381 (office) or 727-430-1580 (cell). Professor Paul Boudreaux, topic: Electoral College and the Election Outcome Paul Boudreaux. Boudreaux wrote on the history and present/future of presidential debates and on how the electoral college impacts the presidential election. Professor Lance Long, topic: Amendment 1… » Read more

Stetson inducts three into Hall of Fame

Stetson University College of Law inducted three new members of its prestigious Hall of Fame at a special evening event on Oct. 22. (L-R): Dean Christopher Pietruszkiewicz, Professor Robert Bickel, President Wendy Libby. Professor of Law Robert D. Bickel, Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy A. Quince, and Matt Towery J.D. ’87 are the newest members of the Stetson University College of Law Hall of Fame.… » Read more