Category: Law & Justice

Flowers to Bloom in New/Old Advocacy Role

From director of the Center for Excellence in Elder Law to interim director of the Center for Excellence in Advocacy, where she had been in the past. That’s the path Roberta Kemp Flowers, J.D., has taken, as recently announced by Stetson University College of Law.  Flowers, a professor of law, began her new/old role June 1. In turn, Rebecca C. […]

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Summer Study

Whether students want — or need — to study online, on campus or away, Summer Study @ Stetson is available for them to “Go Further Faster.” Students can catch up on classes and make sure they graduate on time. Or, they can accelerate their academic studies. And they can take classes from almost anywhere, even while […]

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Stetson Law’s Veterans Advocacy Clinic secures disability benefits for vet exposed to radiation in 1950s

Stetson University College of Law’s Veterans Advocacy Clinic recently helped secure long-denied benefits for an 80-year-old Tampa Bay area Navy veteran who was exposed to radiation during atomic bomb testing in the 1950s. The veteran is now eligible to receive disability benefits retroactive to April 2012, when he filed his claim. Stetson Law student Brian Paul presented […]

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