Stetson Law News

Alumni, student, professor help draft climate change complaint

Stetson Law alumni, student, professor, assist in drafting complaint against governor on behalf of climate activists, Florida youth.

Stetson wins award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service by an Organization

Stetson receives Award for Outstanding Pro Bono Service by an Organization by the 13th Judicial Circuit and Hillsborough County Bar Association.

Deputy Commander for USCYBERCOM to speak at Stetson Law commencement on May 19

Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart, the Deputy Commander for U.S. Cyber Command, will present the commencement address.

Growing in the field: Third-year law student Vanessa Moore to join Environment and Natural Resources Division at DOJ

Moore will join the Attorney General’s Honors Program, working in the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.

Stetson’s Dispute Resolution Board takes home award for best video from the Vis Moot in Austria

Stetson Law’s DR Board team was recognized as the winner of the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot video contest.

Faculty Quotable

I just finished a cyberlaw course. I would say that at least two-thirds of my students in that course had been employed as externs, law firms. Almost every one of the firms that they talked about were completely paperless. That didn't mean that there was less work.

Associate Dean Darryl Wilson hosts this Faculty Quotable interview with Professor Rebecca Trammell, speaking on the impact of technology on the future of legal practice.