Stetson University College of Law won The Florida Bar Law Student Professionalism YouTube contest for the third year in a row.
The contest is designed to promote professionalism among law students.
Student Shaheen Nouri wrote and acted in this year’s video, “Law & Order: Ethical Victims Unit,” along with students Eva Seif, Christian Anderson, Katie Holland, Natalie Yello, and Colby Connell, with a special appearance by City of Gulfport Police Officer Raymond Marshall. The video was filmed and edited by Stetson law school’s manager of video production, Stan Arthur.
Law students and student organizations across the state are encouraged by The Florida Bar to participate in producing an educational video skit that addresses expectations of legal professionalism in Florida. The videos are posted on the Bar’s Henry Latimer Center for Professionalism website and may be used in continuing legal education programs.
The Center for Professionalism and Standing Committee on Professionalism select the contest winners who will receive their award in June during The Florida Bar’s Annual Convention in Boca Raton.
See the video at www.floridabar.org/prof/pawards/pawards004.