You have likely seen the commercials asking if you or a loved one has been a victim of nursing home abuse or neglect. Unfortunately, the reality is that our nation’s elderly are frequently the victims of scams, fraud, abuse, exploitation and neglect.
If you are an established attorney looking for a change in your career or specialty, or a newly-minted attorney hoping to specialize in a particular area of the law, you may want to consider the Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree to help you achieve your professional goals.
by Julius Ott, International Law LL.M. student
Entering the journey of a year in an unknown country was quite a leap in the dark. The excitement of exploring a new culture was at first exhilarating, but as my flight date crept closer the anxiety of uncertainty became greater and greater. What would it be like to study in a foreign language? Was my English good enough to follow in class? What would the other students be like? Would I be able to integrate myself? How would the American culture influence me? What would it be like to experience the US election? And so on...
My name is Juliette and I am a French student studying at Stetson Law from Toulouse Capitole 1 University. I have been studying (and living) at Stetson College of Law for 6 weeks now and I am really having the time of my life.
For the purpose of this essay, I have listed the five main reasons that makes it so special to study law at Stetson University College of Law.