1. About Stetson Law Review

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  2. 2018-19 Stetson Law Viewbook by Stetson University College of Law

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  3. Stetson: First law school in Florida, #1 in advocacy nationwide

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  4. Stetson Law’s Moot Court Board among the best in the nation

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  5. Stetson Law Webinar Series Includes Presentations from Two CSAFE

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  6. What's it like to study at Stetson Law as an international student?

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  1. Faculty Support Services

    Janice Strawn. Legal Assistant/Paralegal. [email protected]. 727-562-7905. Office directory page for Stetson Law's Faculty Support department.

  2. Stetson University College of Law

    Visit Stetson. There's no better way to learn about us than to visit in person. Founded in 1900 as Florida's first law school, Stetson University's College of Law has educated outstanding lawyers, judges and other leaders.

  3. Stetson Law Review

    A student-run journal publishing legal scholarship on contemporary topics that are relevant both nationally and to Florida practitioners. Stetson Law Review is Stetson University College of Law's premier academic journal. Founded in 1970 as the "Stetson Intramural Law Review," the publication has grown from a small group of students ...

  4. Stetson University

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  5. PDF Class Cancellation

    cancellations on the Electronic Assignment Board, on the student e-mail, and on the class cancellation hotline (727-562-7816). When cancellations occur within a few hours of the class time, a notice also will be posted on the classroom door. Administrative policy enacted February 20, 2003. Revised May 20, 2014.

  6. Academic Success

    To become licensed to practice law in most jurisdictions, a law-school graduate must sit for and pass a bar examination. Bar Preparation Services assists students with every aspect of bar admission. We serve as a source of information for all bar exam and bar admission related questions. It is our belief that with proper preparation, every ...

  7. Admissions

    In this episode we're joined by Professor Peter Lake, an internationally recognized expert on higher education law and policy. He discusses the history of race-conscious college admissions, "litigation bait" for many more lawsuits to come. discusses the importance of legal career development — as a student and after.

  8. Law & Legal Resources

    Includes full-text Law Journal Library, the Federal Register Library, the Treaties and Agreements Library, and the U.S. Supreme Court Library, court and trial documents, and more. Provided by the Stetson University College of Law. Access a collection of news and business information and law-related resources (legal documents, cases, statutes ...

  9. Start Here

    Welcome to the Law and Legal Research Guide. Each page contains helpful databases, journals, and books for that topic. This homepage contains information to support students doing research. Remember, librarians can help you with your research. Ask a Librarian. 386-747-9028 (call or text) [email protected]; Stop by the library and ask for a ...

  10. PDF Exams and Grades

    Exams and Grades 1 Exams and Grades • Class Rank for J.D. Students (https:// docid=248&public=true)

  11. Stetson University College of Law

    Stetson University College of Law (Stetson Law), founded in 1900 and part of Stetson University, is Florida's first law school. Originally located near the university's main campus in DeLand, Florida, the law school moved in 1954 to Gulfport, Florida.The law school occupies a historic 1920s resort hotel, the Rolyat Hotel, designed by Richard Kiehnel.


    2: Go to myStetson, Registration, and Add or Drop Classes. Step 3: Select the term by clicking on the drop down box and then select submit. Note: You might need to type in your Registration PIN Number. You would have received that in a prior email. 4: Click on the Action box of the course you would like to add and select "Registered Web ...

  13. An Insider's Guide to Stetson Law's Concentrations

    An Insider's Guide to Stetson Law's Concentrations. June 14, 2021. Whether you go into law school knowing which area of law you want to pursue or you would like to explore a variety of potential career paths, earning a concentration in an area of interest could be a great way to find new learning and mentorship opportunities, and also impress ...

  14. PDF Stetson Law Review Bylaws

    Stetson Law Review Bylaws I. PRELIMINARY MATTERS Preamble The Stetson Law Review is a student-governed organization that comprises full-time and part-time J.D. students of the Stetson University College of Law. These students work together with faculty and administration to publish scholarly articles and other materials for the following purposes:

  15. PDF Law (LAW)

    A survey of the procedural law applicable to civil lawsuits in the United States, with particular emphasis on the federal courts. Topics covered include personal and subject matter jurisdiction, the Erie doctrine, pleading, discovery, motions, trials, post-trial motions, and issue and claim preclusion. LAW 1181.

  16. Stetson University College of Law

    Admission. Stetson's Office of Admissions counsels prospective students through the admission process—from determining the likelihood of admission to deciding whether Stetson Law is the best fit for a candidate. Stetson Law admits new full- and part-time students each fall and also accepts transfer applications year-round on a case-by-case ...

  17. College of Law

    Stetson University College of Law is ranked #1 in trial advocacy and #3 in legal writing education by U.S. News. Stetson leads the nation in blending legal doctrine with practical training. Since being founded in 1900 as Florida's first law school, Stetson has prepared students to become highly skilled, ethical lawyers and leaders.Our graduates include prominent attorneys, judges, CEOs and ...

  18. Meet the Editors

    Jessica Faucher is a second-year student and an Articles and Symposium editor. She is from Lake City, Florida and graduated from the University of North Florida with a history. Prior to law school, Jessica worked as a bartender in Lake City. She is currently a member of Stetson's moot court board and an intern at the Second District ...

  19. Dispute Resolution

    The Dispute Resolution (DR) Board is the umbrella organization for the arbitration, international arbitration, client counseling, tax challenge, transactional drafting, negotiation, and mediation teams. Both through participation in the DR class, and by participating in practice teams, scrimmage sessions, and competition experiences, members of ...

  20. Honors & Awards Ceremony Celebrates Exceptional Grads

    Citing such achievements as receiving the highest grade in 11 classes, serving as editor-in-chief of the Stetson Law Review, working as a federal judicial extern to the Honorable Charlene Honeywell, and acting in theatre productions such as freeFall's God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, past recipients Andrew Chiang and Aleks Jagiella-Litts presented the award to Kubly.

  21. PDF Study Abroad Frequently Asked Questions

    A Stetson transcript with these grades will be sent to the home schools of all non-Stetson students. The home schools policies will apply to transferring grades to the transcripts. Exam Process The Registrar's Office will send an email to your Stetson email account by noon 12:00 p.m. (EST) on the last day of your program.


    SCHEDULE AND ROOM ASSIGNMENTS: First Ceremony will include Fall 2021 and May/August 2022 LLM Advocacy, LLM Elder Law, LLM International Law, Master of Jurisprudence and May/August 2022 JD Graduates who were in the Fall 2018 Part-Time cohort, Fall 2019 Part-Time cohort and Fall 2019 Full-Time Section 3 JD cohort.

  23. PDF Constitution

    2 (8) Editor-Elect: An elected Editor whose term in office has not yet commenced. (9) Executive Board: The decisionmaking body composed of all Editors. (10) Good Cause: A substantial and convincing reason. (11) Member: Any student currently participating on Law Review or on an approved leave of absence whether as an Associate, Senior Associate, Assistant Editor, or Editor.