Students learn financial planning from investment expert

Steve Renault, author of Mid-Life Crisis Retirement, was a guest speaker in Professor Joe Morrissey’s Business Entities class in the fall. Renault, who helped build one of the most successful brokerage firms in Canada, took time to share ideas on investing and personal finances with Professor Morrissey’s students. Author Steve Renault. “As a 20-something, the idea of retirement seems far removed,” said student Stephanie Pletcher.… » Read more

Students learn the Documents of the Deal: New law class invites alumni back to the classroom

In a course launched this semester by Professor of Law Joseph Morrissey, students are studying more than case law from text books, and alumni are sharing their tools of the trade. Professor Joseph Morrissey teaches, among other classes, Business Entities, Constitutional Law, Contracts, Corporations, and International Sales & Arbitration at Stetson. Professor Morrissey’s new course, “Documents of the Deal,” is a business law boot camp… » Read more

Passion for writing: two student papers accepted in respected journals

Two students in professor Clark Furlow’s Advanced Corporate Law seminar at Stetson University have recently written papers accepted for publication in respected journals. Clara Arrington, a native of Tampa, has written on the topic of enabling benefit corporations in Florida. Her paper was accepted for publication in the Hillsborough County Bar Association’s monthly magazine, The Lawyer. Clara Arrington The paper, “Florida considers enabling benefits corporations,”… » Read more