Attorney Kenneth P. Gerber’s alma mater, Stetson University College of Law, has been recognized as the first in the nation in trial advocacy for the 17th time, according to U.S. News & World Report. In addition, the school’s ranking for legal writing jumped from sixth to second in the U.S.
“Advocacy is a significant strength at the College of Law,” remarked the university president Wendy Libby. “The school”, she went on, “invests graduates with the communication and legal skills required to represent their clients effectively in the courtroom.”
Dean Christopher Pietruszkiewicz was effusive, noting, “Our acclaimed programs in the areas of advocacy and legal writing distinguish Stetson Law graduates. Two of the most important skills for lawyers throughout their careers are advocating on behalf of their clients both orally and in writing and Stetson’s success in these areas demonstrates that our students are better prepared for practice.”
Since 1995, Stetson University College of Law has been ranked number one in the country 17 times and has placed in the top six legal writing programs since the inception of the legal writing rankings. Professor of excellence in trial advocacy at the school, Charles H. Rose III, stated that, “The Stetson Method of advocacy is sought by scholars at other law schools and legal practitioners around the world.”
To learn more about Stetson University’s renowned legal programs, visit the school online at www.law.stetson.edu/advocacy and www.law.stetson.edu/academics/lrw.
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