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The state’s 12 law schools form Florida Law Schools’ Consortium for Racial Justice

Stetson College of Law Dean Michèle Alexandre says law schools have "a moral imperative" to fight for racial justice

Freedom Riders

Current events put a timely focus on Stetson’s travel experience and exploration of the civil rights movement

Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation

A series of virtual panel discussions began with the focus on “racism that has occurred on our DeLand campus — and what we can do as a community to heal, learn and grow”

Stetson Law ranks No. 1 for Trial Advocacy in the U.S. for 22nd time

U.S. News & World Report also ranks College of Law as No. 3 in legal writing

Stetson Law celebrates 3 new inductees to Hall of Fame

2019 Inductees include a college dean, a circuit judge and a civil trial lawyer

Story about Desegregating Stetson Wins Award of Excellence

Stetson University Magazine story about Jim Johnson ’68 receives Feature Writing award from CASE

Trying to End Homelessness and Poverty

Professor Rajni Shankar-Brown, PhD, gives keynote address for The Neighborhood Center

Stetson again ranks No. 1 in national trial competition performance

Fordham University School of Law ranks schools based on student trial team competitions

Surviving Injustice

Falsely convicted and sentenced, Anthony Ray Hinton spoke to Stetson about his 30 years in prison — and life now

Law Professor Luz Nagle Receives Fulbright Award

Nagle to teach and conduct research on trade-based money laundering at a university in the Canary Islands

Protecting Free Expression on Campus

Stetson adopts Statement of Principles from task force, supporting open debate and dialogue

Introducing: Michèle Alexandre, New Dean of Stetson Law

A leading civil rights scholar, Alexandre becomes the College of Law's first African-American dean

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Deputy Sarah Merriman ’13 praised for bravery in standoff with armed man

Alumna de-escalated situation involving a man with a gun, without ever pulling her weapon

‘Orphaned and Vulnerable’: Working to lift lives in AIDS-ravaged Kenya

The work of Associate Professor Judy Burnett, PhD, and a graduate student lifts lives in AIDS-ravaged Kenya

Reporting During Winter Break and Gateway Testing Verification

Students and employees can register for rapid antigen testing on Dec. 8 and Dec. 15

Irving Stover and The Stover Theatre Collection

Beloved professor introduced countless students, local residents to theater during his 55-year career