Live Q&A: Stetson Law’s M.J. in Aging, Law and Policy
Stetson Law’s M.J. Aging, Law and Policy is a unique, online program designed to give non-lawyer students and working professionals an advanced understanding of elder law, policies, and ethics.
This free online Q&A will include the following:
- An insider perspective on Stetson Law's M.J. in Aging, Law and Policy from the admissions team
- Insight into the admissions process and curriculum
- What it’s like to learn in an online classroom
Join us on Thursday, March 14th, at 12:00 p.m. EST to gain valuable insight on what it's like to earn your M.J. in Aging, Law Policy at Stetson Law. Our knowledgeable admissions leaders are looking forward to answering any questions you have!
Assistant Dean of International and Graduate Programs
JR Swanegan is the Assistant Dean of International and Graduate Programs at Stetson University College of Law. His office manages the marketing and recruitment efforts for the International LLM program and three new Master of Jurisprudence programs. He also oversees the administration of six faculty led short-term study abroad programs that provide international experiences for close to 200 students annually. He earned his BA in political science and JD from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Assistant Director of International and Graduate Admissions
Katie is a double hatter receiving both her J.D. and B.A. from Stetson University. Katie does marketing and recruiting for the International Law LL.M. and the Master of Jurisprudence programs, providing a wealth of knowledge to prospective students. Prior to joining the College of Law, Katie worked as a Staff Attorney in Portland, Ore. for an environmental non-profit group where she worked on various international ocean issues.