Stetson Law professor speaks in Korea on worldwide growing elderly population

Professor Roberta Flowers presented in Korea on issues impacting the elderly. The world’s elderly population is increasing dramatically in size. Stetson University College of Law Professor Roberta Flowers, an expert in ethics and elder law practice, recently traveled to Korea to speak to officials in that country about how the law can be used to protect the elderly. Professor Flowers presented “Challenges Faced by Elder… » Read more


Stetson College of Law builds model courtroom for the elderly and disabled

Stetson College of Law builds model courtroom for the elderly and disabled2005 09 23Brandi PalmerCommunications Specialist727 562 7381Tampa Bay, Fla. National advocates for the rights of seniors and the disabled gathered at Stetson University College of Law on Sept. 16


Stetson Law programs alert elderly Florida consumers to the dangers of fraud

 Stetson University College of Law’s Elder Consumer Protection Program presents a series of consumer fraud seminars for the elderly this month throughout Florida at the following events: