STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Tatum Carlson Stetson J.D. Graduate '24
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Student Spotlight: Rylie Pennell          J.D. Candidate '24
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3M ago
Hi Rylie. So first off, where are you from? I’m from Virginia. I was actually born in Florida, but we moved to Virginia when I was very young — I was seven — so I really don’t have much of a memory of living in Florida. I just came back by happenstance ..read more
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Student Spotlight: Cami DiGiacomo  Stetson J.D. Graduate ‘23
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4M ago
What year are you at Stetson? I officially graduated with my J.D. as of May 2023, but I just began my LL.M. this previous August. I’m getting my L.L.M. in Advocacy ..read more
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Social Justice Law and Advocacy at Stetson
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7M ago
How do lawyers envision a better world? The media hasn’t been particularly friendly to lawyers, historically or contemporarily speaking. Whether it’s Shakespeare’s Henry VI commanding his court to eradicate them altogether or the shady legal practitioners depicted in movies and television, lawyers are portrayed far too often as poor carriers of justice. These portraits fail to capture the integral role lawyers play in real life in the fight for social justice across the country and globally. From advocating for individuals who have had their rights violated to working in institutions dedicat ..read more
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LGBTQIA+ Law Students
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8M ago
Looking back at the changes to gay and transgender rights in the United States over the course of the past 10 years, there’s been a lot to celebrate and a lot to condemn. LGBTQIA+ people have achieved tremendous progress in the 21st century, but they’ve also seen a new backlash and a growing desire to reverse the gains that have been made ..read more
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Location, Location, Location: Going to Law School Out of State
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9M ago
When you’re choosing a law school — just like when you’re buying a home or starting a business — there’s a refrain you’ll hear over and over again: “Location, location, location ..read more
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Disability, Law, and Higher Education
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10M ago
As a category, disability is profoundly dynamic and fundamentally diverse: it comprises a myriad of unique experiences affecting different people in different ways, and, unlike the other protected classes in federal anti-discrimination law, people can move into and out of the group over the course of a lifetime ..read more
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Learning As You Go: An Introduction to Judicial Clerkships
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1y ago
Imagine being a newly minted law school graduate, just a few months out of school, when suddenly you’re called upon to play a key role in a case involving a death row inmate’s attempt to overturn a lost appeal ..read more
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Inclusivity and Discrimination in Law and the Legal Profession
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1y ago
When we say that a lawyer “represents” their client, we mean that they act on their client’s behalf as they navigate the complex requirements of the legal system. But there’s another sense of “representation” that we consider less frequently: how often do lawyers look like — and come from similar backgrounds as — the people who hire them ..read more
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Poetry, Art, and the Law at Stetson University
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1y ago
Law and literature make strange bedfellows — law and poetry even more so. When most people think about the law, their minds turn toward business contracts, taxes, criminal statutes, state and federal regulations: hard-headed, serious public pursuits that seem to have precious little to do with the feelings, emotions, aesthetics, or ambiguity of poetry ..read more
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