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Panel discusses achieving justice in black communities

A distinguished panel gathered on Monday night on Stetson’s Gulfport campus to discuss ways to achieve equal justice in black communities. The panel of Saint Louis University School of Law Professor Justin Hansford, Suffolk Law School Professor Emeritus Michael Avery, and Berny Jacques J.D. ’12,  addressed how public perceptions impact policing and crime in black neighborhoods. Stetson’s Black Law Students Association sponsored the event, “Disparate… » Read more
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Social Justice Luncheon: What is Equal Justice?

Stetson University College of Law’s Social Justice Luncheon Feb. 4 on the Gulfport campus asked “What is Equal Justice?” Judge Michelle T. Morley J.D. ’86, circuit judge for the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida, led a discussion for Stetson Law students about the meaning of equal justice within the modern judiciary. (L-R): Professor Judith Scully, Judge Michelle T. Morley and Professor Robert Bickel. Photo by… » Read more
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