Dire need for human rights advocates: Professor Nagle says after trip to Colombia

“There is a dire need for attorneys to be trained to be human rights advocates and to represent the human rights of indigenous groups, workers, displaced people, and individuals who are vulnerable to human trafficking, forced servitude, slavery, and other violations of fundamental human rights,” said Professor Luz Nagle, who faced the Medellin drug cartel during her tenure as a judge in Colombia. Professor Nagle… » Read more


LL.M. student advocates for children’s rights

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


Bringing the Law to Life: Professor Luz Nagle

“I want everyone to be engaged,” Professor Luz Nagle told a group of students gathered in the Mann Lounge in November at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport. Professor Luz Nagle specializes in international law and international criminal law. Professor Nagle was introducing Luis Argueta, a documentary filmmaker and lecturer from Guatemala, who was visiting to talk with students about the plight of undocumented… » Read more


Fox 13 News April 2011 Professor Luz Nagle

Professor Luz Nagle is quoted in a Fox 13 news piece about immigration issues and immigrants convicted of crimes.


Christian Science Monitor April 2011 Professor Luz Nagle

Professor Luz Nagle, a former judge in Colombia, talks with the Christian Science Monitor about the Colombian judicial system.


Students Honor International Women’s Day

Stetson Law students attended a special program marking the 100-year anniversary of International Women’s Day.


Panel Talk: Chocolate Industry Child Labor

On Feb. 8, students, faculty and experts discussed the issue of child labor in the international cocoa industry.


Faculty Pioneers and University President Honored



December 3- Stetson Law to honor first Hispanic full professor

Stetson Law to honor first Hispanic full professor2004 12 03Frank KlimExecutive Director of Communications(727) 562 7889Gulfport, Fla. Stetson University College of Law Professor Luz Nagle has a career marked with distinction, dedication and achievement. She has fought drug lords and