Students at Stetson University College of Law can spend either a semester or a full academic year in new foreign exchange programs with Dublin, Ireland, or Norwich, England. Stetson students selected for the program may earn an LL.M. degree from the University College Dublin’s Sutherland School of Law or University of East Anglia Law School by successfully completing a year of academic work, including a… » Read more
LL.M. in International Law student Gulayat Hajiyeva is an advocate for childcare reform who is originally from Azerbaijan. Hajiyeva practiced law in her native Azerbaijan and Turkey as an advocate for children’s rights before coming to Stetson University to study for her advanced degree in law. She joins Stetson Law’s commencement on May 16. (L-R) Professor Luz Nagle with Gulayat Hajiyeva on Stetson’s Gulfport campus.… » Read more
Stetson Professor of Law Roberta Flowers elected to the NAELA board: LL.M. in Elder Law alumni, faculty distinguish themselves as NAELA leaders
Professor Roberta Flowers, a member of the Center for Excellence in Elder Law at Stetson University College of Law, has been elected to the board of directors of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Professor Roberta Flowers. Professor Flowers is nationally recognized as an expert in the field of ethics in elder law and elder abuse. Flowers teaches courses on ethics in an elder… » Read more
Stetson’s LL.M. in Advocacy program is led by Charles Rose III, director of the Center for Excellence in Advocacy and Professor of Excellence in Trial Advocacy. Stetson University College of Law, home to the top-ranked trial advocacy program in the country, is launching an online LL.M. in Advocacy, starting in August 2013. Courses leading to the advanced degree will be offered through a part-time, distance-learning… » Read more
Stetson University College of Law begins offering the nation’s first online LL.M. degree in elder law in fall 2007.