Stetson University College of Law
Roberta K. Flowers, Fellow

1401 61st St S
Gulfport, FL 33707-3246

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Ethical Issues in Elder Law AELR 2022Ethical issues can appear suddenly like a spider. This session will address how to avoid getting bitten by the ethical spider of an elder law practice with the help of NAELA's Aspirational Standards, a cornerstone of NAELA membership
2022 Clifton Kruse Ethics Lecture: Perceptions Of LawThis year’s Clifton Kruse Ethics Presentation is a dramatic guided tour of the perceptions of law as shown in the plays of William Shakespeare. Through Shakespeare’s lens, come “see” how ethical and professional conduct can (and will) improve those perceptions. More importantly, you will leave this session reminded of the noble calling that the law can be.
Commentary on Do Elder Law Practitioners and the American Legal Profession Need an Ethical ConfidenCommentary on article by Garth A. Molander
Featured Member: A Voice for Those With No Voice Stu Zimring, CAP, Fellow and NAELA Past PresidentOn a cool autumn Saturday in 2008, I sat beside Stuart Zimring, CAP, Fellow, and NAELA Past President, (Stu to everyone who knows him) at Adat Ari El Synagogue in Valley Village, California.
Ethical Issues in Elder Law 2019This session will address how to navigate the ethical issues of an elder law practice with the help of NAELA's Aspirational Standards, a cornerstone of NAELA membership.

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About the Practice
Professional Biography
Roberta K. Flowers is a Professor at Stetson University, Director of the Center for Excellence in Elder Law and Director of the LLM in Elder Law. She has served as the Director of the Center for Excellence in Advocacy Center and as the William Reece Smith, Jr. Distinguished Professor in Professionalism. In 2005 she was awarded the Faculty Professionalism Award by the Florida Supreme Court.
Previously, Professor Flowers worked as a prosecutor in the state and federal system, ultimately being appointed assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida
She has lectured throughout the U.S. and internationally on ethics, also producing a series of educational videos. Along with Professor Rebecca Morgan, she created a set of award-winning videos depicting ethical dilemmas faced by elder law attorneys and designed the first “elder friendly courtroom” in the nation.
She earned her BA from Baylor and JD from the University of Colorado.

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