Louis J. Virelli III co-authors 8th edition of administrative law tome

Professor Louis J. Virelli III Louis J. Virelli, III, with co-authors Charles H. Koch, Jr. (William and Mary Law School), William S. Jordan, III (The University of Akron School of Law), and Richard W. Murphy (Texas Tech University School of Law), published the eighth edition of Administrative Law: Cases and Materials and accompanying teacher’s manual, through Carolina Academic Press this year. From the publisher This… » Read more

Judith Scully offers insight on Black Lives Matter protests and recent Supreme Court rulings

By Sean KinaneWMNF 88.5June 15, 2020 Professor Judith Scully Excerpt Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren announced Monday that his office will not file charges against the 67 protestors arrested for unlawful assembly in Tampa on the night of Tuesday, June 2. Warren says in each of those arrests, “the evidence shows that the individuals arrested were peacefully protesting; there was no violence, no vandalism, and… » Read more

Theresa Pulley Radwan explains bankruptcy process and what consumers can do to protect themselves

By Courtney RobinsonWTSP Channel 10June 5, 2020 Excerpt Professor Theresa Pulley Radwan Stetson University College of Law professor Theresa Pulley Radwan specializes in bankruptcy. She went through the documents. “The unfortunate reality is people are going to get paid some percentage presumably of what they’ve put down but certainly not all of it,” she said. She says the court appointed trustee will have to figure… » Read more

Linda S. Anderson publishes book on Florida Bar Exam essay prep

Linda S. Anderson, professor of law, wrote Florida Bar Exam Essay Prep: Strategies and Study Materials published by Cognella Academic Publishing. The book is a combination of substantive rules important for the Florida Bar Exam essays and specific study techniques and tools.

Luz Nagle discusses how Covid-19 has led to increase in domestic abuse and need for government action

By Jennifer VenisInternational Bar AssociationMay 26, 2020 Excerpt Professor of Law Luz Nagle. Domestic abuse has increased exponentially since lockdowns were introduced to combat Covid-19, with some countries reporting a 25-50 per cent increase. These statistics look set to worsen – at the end of April, the United Nations Population Fund predicted at least 15 million more cases of domestic violence globally in 2020 as… » Read more

Louis J. Virelli III publishes report on recusal standards for agency adjudicators

Professor of Law Louis Virelli. Law Professor Louis J. Virelli’s commissioned report for the Administrative Conference of the United States was published in early May. The report, Administrative Recusal Rules: A Taxonomy and Study of Existing Recusal Standards for Agency Adjudicators,  is the second part of a project Virelli created for the ACUS. The initial report, Recusal Rules for Administrative Adjudicators was published in November… » Read more

Ciara Torres-Spelliscy weighs in on DOJ dropping the Michael Flynn case

By Sean IllingVoxMay 8, 2020 Excerpt Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy On the same day that the Supreme Court decided the Kelly v. US case, better known as the Bridgegate case, the Department of Justice’s dropping charges against Michael Flynn makes this a banner day for corruption. In Kelly v. US, the US Supreme Court decided unanimously that Bridget Anne Kelly would not go to jail for her role in… » Read more

Royal Gardner says Clean Water Act ruling shows ‘science still matters’

By Philip Brasher, Steve Davies and Bill TomsonAgri-PulseMay 4, 2020 Excerpt Professor Royal Gardner Environmental groups suing over the Trump administration’s new WOTUS rule have found some support for their court challenges in a recent Supreme Court decision. That’s according to Royal Gardner, a law professor at Stetson University, who was the lead attorney for aquatic scientists and scientific societies who filed an amicus brief … » Read more

Peter F. Lake says class actions and pending rules could change colleges’ sex assault procedures

By Wendy DavisABA JournalApril 1, 2020 Excerpt Professor Peter F. Lake After the Department of Education finalizes new rules, the groups are expected to bring new lawsuits. Numerous others—ranging from men’s rights groups to colleges to individual states—may well bring their own legal challenges, predicts Peter Lake, a professor at Stetson University College of Law and expert in Title IX compliance. Groups representing accused students… » Read more

Louis J. Virelli III quoted in story about arrest of pastor for violating the ‘safer-at-home’ order

By Chelsea Chatham and Eric GlasserWTSP Channel 10March 30, 2020 Excerpt Professor Louis J. Virelli III Lou Virelli, a constitutional law professor at Stetson University, says a U.S. Supreme Court case from 30 years ago – Employment Division v. Smith, essentially says that as long as the government isn’t asking the church to do something it isn’t asking everyone else to do, it’s on solid… » Read more