Artists in Residence: Stetson Law students volunteer with local nursing home to create Maturity in the Masterpiece program

When a group of students in Professor Rebecca Morgan’s Elder Law Seminar class visited a local nursing home in Gulfport, student Ashley Heino noticed that the walls were lacking artwork. Student Heather Woods volunteered for “Maturity in the Masterpiece.” Photo by Stan Arthur. She and fellow student Christine O’Shea discussed how Stetson Law students and the nursing home might work together to create artwork to… » Read more


Stetson’s elder law center director and husband presented with keys to the City of St. Petersburg

Stetson University College of Law professor Rebecca Morgan and her husband Jay were presented with the keys to the City of St. Petersburg during an evening fundraising program at the Sunshine Center in St. Petersburg on May 18. Professor Rebecca Morgan and Jay Morgan received the keys to the City of St. Petersburg for decades of service to the Sunshine Center. The Morgans were recognized… » 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


LL.M. in Elder Law gives 20-plus year attorney an edge in her practice

Stetson University College of Law’s LL.M. in Elder Law offers attorneys a convenient, online program where they can excel and become experts in elder law. Liz Allen, a partner in the Tampa law firm of Gibbons, Neuman, Bello, Segall, Allen and Halloran, P.A., who has been practicing for more than 20 years, recently graduated from the program at Stetson. “The LL.M. program was critical for… » Read more