Stetson Law Now Offers Free Teletherapy for Students

Uwill is a free teletherapy program now available to all Stetson Law students. The curricula may be challenging, the schedule demanding, and the bar exam on the horizon, but law school is one of the most rewarding paths one can take. It’s not always easy, though, and finding time to manage stress in a heathy way can be tough. That’s why Stetson Law is thrilled… » Read more


Week 1 Recap: Campus to Career Kicks off with Compelling Events

What was previously a shorter event featuring tabling and panel discussions has evolved into a multi-month experience full of meaningful conversations and immersive exercises. Produced by Stetson Law’s Office of Career and Professional Development, Campus to Career aims to help law students map their transition from the classroom to professional life after graduation. The first week of programming showcased a broad range of speakers, from… » Read more


Year in Review: 10 Ways Stetson Law Triumphed in 2022

With 2023 on the horizon, it is safe to say 2022 was an incredible year for Stetson Law. It wasn’t just ranking near the top in key U.S. News & World Report areas, having one of Florida’s highest bar passage rates, or earning the college’s third INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine HEED Award in a row. 1. Prolific Writing & Publishing Law Student Michael Harrigan With… » Read more


Highlights from Stetson Law’s December Graduate Celebration

To celebrate Stetson Law students who successfully completed their law school journey over the Fall 2022 semester, officials held an intimate on-campus gathering in their honor (see the full video below). The event was held December 15 in the Great Hall and featured remarks from campus and university leadership. Kicking off the celebration, Stetson Law Interim Dean Theresa J. Pulley Radwan commended the students for… » Read more


Visiting Professor, Student Publish Paper on Dobbs Decision

Left: Flore Foulon. Right: Visiting Law Professor James Hart. A visiting professor and a recent alumna spent much of the summer developing a sharp piece of analysis on one of the biggest U.S. Supreme Court decisions in recent memory. The article’s title is A Comparative Law Guide to a post-Dobbs America and it is set to be published in the Cardozo Journal of Social Justice… » Read more


Student Francesca Little Aims to Give Back, Elevate Latinx Community

Law student Francesca Little Fresh from winning a prestigious award at the Tampa Hispanic Bar Association’s Scholarship Gala, Francesca Little isn’t resting on her laurels. The Stetson Law 3L is busy with events like a Thanksgiving GIVEBACK initiative to collect donations for refugees, a project on which she is collaborating with Gulf Coast Jewish & Family Community Services (GCJFCS). It is underway November 28 through… » Read more


Judges, FL Supreme Court Justice Talk Clerkships at Stetson Law

Law Student and Stetson Law Review Editor-in-Chief Kathryn Alkire introduces a distinguished panel of judges for a discussion about judicial clerkships. If all the intensive reading, research, writing, and analysis law school entails leaves a 3L wanting more, members of the federal and state judiciaries in Florida want to hear from them. That was the big takeaway from an engaging panel discussion at Stetson Law… » Read more


Talking Urban Sprawl & Florida Wildlife With Elise Bennett

The Center for Biological Diversity’s Elise Bennett As Florida’s growing population drives demand for more development, the state’s wild spaces are disappearing – and as they do, so are the many native species that live in them. As part of the Edward and Bonnie Foreman Biodiversity Lecture Series at Stetson Law, Elise Bennett, Florida director and senior attorney at the nonprofit Center for Biological Diversity,… » Read more


Here are Stetson Law’s 2022 Racial Justice Fellows

Left: Jessica King; Right, Zenea Johnson With a sharp focus on racial justice, two Stetson Law students will spend the next year building a more equitable community through collaboration with fellow students from a range of backgrounds. As part of the St. Petersburg Higher Education Racial Equity Consortium (SPHERE), the two will serve as Racial Justice Fellows alongside students from each of St. Petersburg’s higher-learning… » Read more


Enlightening Summer Study Abroad Programs Return to Stetson Law

Between their studies, students taking part in the study abroad program in Oxford, England had plenty of time to explore. After two years of COVID-19-related travel limitations, two popular summer study abroad programs returned to Stetson Law. The courses brought globe-trotting students and faculty to Oxford, England and The Hague, Netherlands for immersive experiences with a sharp focus on key aspects of international law. The… » Read more


Moot Team Achieves a “Double-Double” at Orseck

Left to right: Justice Ricky Polston, Justice Alan Lawson, Chief Justice Charles T. Canady, Tyler Brown, Hannah Klonowski, Justice John D. Couriel, Justice Jamie R. Grosshans, Justice Carlos G. Muñiz, and Justice Jorge Labargo. For the second year in a row, a Stetson Law team won the Robert Orseck Memorial Moot Court Competition at The Florida Bar annual conference in Orlando. Team members Tyler Brown,… » Read more


Stetson Law’s Lambda Branches Out With Pride

Lei-Lani Rogers, president of Stetson Law’s Lambda Legal Society (left), and Hunter Wolf, the group’s vice president With the spring semester having drawn to a close, it may be quiet around campus, but Lambda Legal Society, Stetson Law’s LGBTQ+ student organization, is busy sharing its message with the community. The group, which became a National LGBTQ+ Bar Association affiliate in 2021, will have a presence… » Read more