Many students choose to focus their elective courses to earn a Certificate of Concentration in Advocacy. To earn a certificate, students must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher in their advocacy course work and must complete at least 21 credit hours of prescribed core courses and electives.


Advanced Legal Research
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Appellate Practice
Civil Poverty Clinic
Client Skills Board
Complex Litigation
Conflict of Laws
Constitutional Litigation
Criminal Procedure
Elder Law Clinic
Employee Benefit Litigation Skills
Family Law Litigation
Famous Trials Seminar
Federal Courts and the
Federal System
Federal Litigation Internship
Florida Civil Procedure
Florida Criminal Procedure
Interviewing, Counseling
and Negotiation
Judicial Internships
Labor Law Clinic
Legal Drafting
Local Government Clinic
Mediation Skills Training
Moot Court Board
Nonlitigation Drafting
Pre-Trial Practice
Prosecution Clinic
Public Defender Clinic
Real Property Litigation
Stetson Law Review
Supreme Court Advocacy & Process
Technology in Litigation
Trial Advocacy
Trial Competition Team
White Collar Crime

Rose Named Professor of Excellence in Trial Advocacy

Charles H. Rose IIIProfessor Charles H. Rose III has been named Stetson Law's first Professor of Excellence in Trial Advocacy. Rose directs Stetson Law's Center for Excellence in Advocacy. He joined Stetson's faculty after retiring from the U.S. Army in December of 2004. Since joining Stetson, Rose has written Fundamental Trial Advocacy and co-authored the well-received Military Crimes & Defenses and Fundamental Pretrial Advocacy.
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2010 National Champions

Stetson Law won the National Trial Competition in March 2010, beating Stanford Law School in the final round of competition in Dallas, Texas. This is the fifth time Stetson Law has been named the national champion of this prestigious competition.

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