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Affirmative action in admissions to be discussed at Stetson University’s Annual National Conference on Law and Higher Education in Orlando

Stetson University College of Law presents the 34th Annual National Conference on Law and Higher Education on Feb. 14-20, 2013, in Orlando, Fla.
The weeklong program, led by national legal and higher education experts, will include sessions about helping students thrive in college, achieving drug free schools, compliance with Title IX and college safety.
The opening plenary session this year discusses “The Fate of Race… » Read more

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Impact of race and poverty on effective legal representation the topic of Oct. 24 talk at Stetson Law

Stephen Bright, the president and senior counsel of the Southern Human Rights Network, discussed “The Impact of Race and Poverty on Effective Assistance of Council” during a noontime lecture for Stetson Law students on Oct. 24.
Bright discussed the history of justice in the U.S. and inequalities in legal representation for the poor.
“The criminal justice system today is very much defined by the past,”… » Read more

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