On Feb. 8, students, faculty and experts discussed the issue of child labor in the international cocoa industry.
Professor Dorothea Beane and her law
class discussed human rights issues with sixth-graders.
This spring, a dozen students from Professor Dorothea Beane’s law class addressed 278 eighth-graders at middle school assemblies designed to get students thinking about the value of protecting human rights.
Eighteen of Professor Beane’s international human rights law students met with nine Thurgood Marshall middle-schoolers to share ideas about how lawyers can do the important work of helping people around the globe protect themselves from being victims of discrimination.
A team of three Stetson Law students defeated teams from across the U.K., India, and the U.S. to win the International Criminal Court Moot Court Competition in White Plains, N.Y., on Oct. 28. Add to their victory—this is the first time that a Stetson team has entered the competition.
Students from Lakewood High School and Stetson University College of Law will debate international human rights policies Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. in the Great Hall at the Stetson University College of Law Gulfport campus, 1401 61st St. S.
The National Clearinghouse for Science Technology and the Law and the Office of International Programs at Stetson University College of Law will present the Impact of DNA Evidence in Addressing Human Rights in the Philippines and Other Uses of DNA Worldwide on Jan. 23 at noon in Stetson’s Great Hall. The program is free and open to the public at Stetson’s Gulfport campus, 1401 61st St. S.
War crimes investigator to speak Thursday at Stetson Law2004 02 11Frank KlimExecutive Director of Communications(727) 562 7889Gulfport, Fla. Dr. Helena Ranta is internationally known for her human rights work and investigative work with the United Nations, including testimony at the