Stetson University College of Law’s communications team in Gulfport, Florida, has been honored with multiple Hermes Creative Awards for its video features spotlighting students and alumni. Hermes Creative Awards is an international competition for creative professionals who work on concept, writing and design using traditional materials and emerging technologies. Stetson won a platinum and a gold Hermes Creative Award for its video series. Stetson’s video… » Read more
Professor Ellen S. Podgor, a nationally recognized legal expert in the area of white collar crime, was honored with the J. Ben Watkins Award at the Stetson Law Review banquet on Nov. 21 at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida. Professor Podgor is the Gary R. Trombley Family White-Collar Crime Research Professor at Stetson University, the co-author of numerous books on white collar… » Read more
Professor Ellen Podgor has co-authored the opinion article, "First Person: The DOJ Should Practice What It Preaches," for Law.com.
In August, just four months after the oil well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico, Stetson Law gathered a roundtable of legal experts on the Gulfport, Fla., campus to discuss how the law had responded to similar disasters in the past, what to expect this time, and what legal experts should be talking about to prevent this type of disaster from happening again in the future.
Professor Ellen Podgor spoke with the Law.com Corporate Counsel for the story, "Feds Re-Indict Former Glaxo In-House Lawyer."
Professor Ellen Podgor is quoted in the Business Insider March 28 and other outlets regarding a judge tossing the indictment of an in-house lawyer.
Professor Ellen Podgor is quoted in Law.com March 25 regarding the dismissal of the case against a Glaxo attorney.
Stetson Law has named Ellen S. Podgor the inaugural Gary R. Trombley Family White-Collar Crime Research Professor.
Professor Ellen Podgor spoke with the Sarasota Herald Tribune for the article, "UPDATE: Beau Diamond sentenced to 15.5 years."