Business, Law & Policy

FSU Alumni Association inducts the classes of 1970 and 1971 into Emeritus Society

The Florida State University Alumni Association welcomed new members from the classes of 1970 and 1971 into the Emeritus Alumni Society during the annual Emeritus Brunch Sunday, Oct. 24. Unable to gather last fall, the association inducted two classes into the Emeritus Alumni Society this Homecoming. The FSU Alumni Association’s Emeritus Alumni Society Awards recognize worthy […]

FSU College of Law Trial Team wins National Civil Rights competition

The Florida State University College of Law Trial Team has won first place in the Fourth Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. National Civil Rights Competition. The competition took place virtually October 15-17 and was hosted by University of California Davis School of Law. The competition problem involved litigation of Eighth Amendment claims of cruel and […]

FSU College of Law professor elected to American Law Institute

Florida State University College of Law Associate Professor Michael Morley has been selected for membership in the American Law Institute (ALI). Election into ALI is an extremely prestigious honor, bestowed on the nation’s most prominent judges, lawyers, and law professors. The institute is the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to […]

Jim Moran College partners with Tallahassee Women Wednesdays for Women in Entrepreneurship Week

Florida State University’s Jim Moran College of Entrepreneurship (JMC) has partnered with Tallahassee Women Wednesdays to host an afternoon of networking and a robust panel discussion to celebrate National Women in Entrepreneurship Week. Students, faculty and members of the community are invited to gather at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 20, at the Jim Moran Building, at 111 […]

College of Criminology & Criminal Justice researchers awarded grant to study non-lethal gun violence

Three researchers from Florida State University’s College of Criminology & Criminal Justice have been awarded funding from the National Institutes of Health to investigate non-lethal gun crimes.  Assistant Professors Brendan Lantz, Marin Wenger and Emma Fridel of the college’s Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research were awarded nearly a half-million dollars to fund their […]

Institute of Politics speaker series kicks off new season Oct. 7

The Institute of Politics at Florida State University (IOP@FSU) will kick off its flagship speaker series Thursday, Oct. 7, with a talk by Christina Reynolds, the vice president of communications for EMILY’s List, a political action committee devoted to increasing the number of pro-choice women in elected office.  Reynolds’ talk will be the first in the Strengthening American Democracy speaker series. The series, which debuted last year as the “Celebrating […]

FSU College of Criminology and Criminal Justice launches new institute

The Florida State University College of Criminology & Criminal Justice has established a new institute seeking to bridge the gap between criminological scholarship, policing, and the use of technology. The Policing, Security Technology, and Private Security Research & Policy Institute is part of the College’s Center for Criminology and Public Policy Research. The institute will partner with police, […]

FSU College of Business academic programs score No. 1, No. 5 national rankings

The Florida State University College of Business kept its place among the top business schools in the country with a No. 1 ranking among all schools for its Dr. William T. Hold/The National Alliance Program in Risk Management and Insurance and a No. 5 ranking among public schools for its Real Estate program. That’s according […]

FSU Policy Pub returns with virtual ‘Pubinars’ for fall

The College of Social Sciences and Public Policy at Florida State University announced Wednesday a slate of three speakers for its Policy Pub speaker series this fall. The monthly public forum series brings together scholars and the general public for relaxed, interactive discussions about issues that affect everyone. The series will continue this fall as […]

FSU Law school alumnus takes helm as president of the National Bar Association

A Florida State University College of Law alumnus is now the president of the National Bar Association (NBA), the nation’s oldest and largest association of predominantly Black attorneys and judges.  Carlos Moore, who graduated from the FSU College of Law in 2002, was elected president by vote from the NBA’s 67,000 members earlier this year. […]

The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship hosts 10th annual Small Business Leadership Conference in Orlando

The Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship, part of the Florida State University College of Business, hosted its 10th Annual Small Business Leadership Conference June 9-11 at the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes. This year’s conference focused on business resiliency and sustainability in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Attendees were exposed to innovative strategies […]

FSU Law School launches cybersecurity, privacy and technology risk management program

Florida State University College of Law has launched a new online master’s program focused on cybersecurity and is currently accepting applications for the fall 2021 semester. The Juris Master in Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Technology Risk Management is part of the law school’s master’s in law program. It will enable working professionals and recent graduates to […]