Stetson, U.S. Attorney’s Office host Caribbean Law Clinic

On Nov. 13, Stetson University College of Law welcomed law students and faculty from the Bahamas, Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, and U.S. law schools to campus for the American and Caribbean Law Initiative’s Caribbean Law Clinic. The American and Caribbean Law Initiative’s Caribbean Law Clinic brought students and faculty from the U.S. and Caribbean to Stetson. Clinic participants collaborated on researching and presenting solutions to… » Read more


Course at Stetson explores sea turtle conservation

Stetson University College of Law students are participating in a special course from May 27-June 6 to learn about the threats facing endangered sea turtles and the legal and policy initiatives in place to protect them. Sea turtle experts from Latin America and the Caribbean gathered at Stetson Law in Gulfport. Students enrolled in the course are invited to join sea turtle experts on campus… » Read more


Stetson Law alumni, professors making a difference in the Caribbean

Story by third-year student Valeria Obi and Brandi Palmer For most people, the Caribbean is a tropical paradise, a getaway destination where reef fish dart among sunken pirate gold in a boundless turquoise sea. For the people who live and work for equality and human rights in the Caribbean, a different picture emerges, one focused on the struggle for social justice. Professors Dorothea Beane and… » Read more


ASIL Academic Bulletin – Aug. 10, 2012 – Professor Dorothea Beane and Professor Darryl Wilson

Professor Dorothea Beane and Professor Darryl Wilson’s work in the Caribbean along with alumni was the subject of the ASIL Academic Bulletin article, “Stetson University College of Law alumni, professors advocate for human rights in the Caribbean.”… » Read more


Stetson creates new institute to build relationships with Caribbean legal community

Stetson University College of Law has created the Institute on Caribbean Law and Policy to foster academic, scholarly and professional exchanges with the Caribbean legal community.