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SLU LAW Adds Two Internationally Recognized Scholars to Faculty

Health law scholar Ruqaiijah Yearby and biotech expert Ana Santos Rutschman will join the Center for Health Law Studies in July 2018.

SLU LAW Celebrates December 2017 Graduates

Eleven students graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law this December and were honored at a special reception Wednesday, Dec. 20.

Legal Clinics Successfully Advocate for Freedom for Judy Henderson

Litigation Clinic supervisor John Ammann, joined by many of his students past and present, has been a longtime advocate for incarcerated women in Missouri.

SLU LAW Student Leads Effort to Negotiate Wage Increase for St. Louis County Corrections Officers

Part-time, fourth-year law student Katie Doherty, a full-time corrections officer at the St. Louis County Jail, recounts her two-year journey culminating in successful negotiations for higher wages.


SLU LAW in the news


Wilson, Molly J. Walker

Professor Molly Wilson was quoted in an article by KCUR concerning Kansas’ public offender registry requirements.


Watson, Sidney D.

Professor Sidney Watson was quoted in an article by KCUR on the cost of Medicaid versus private insurance.

Professor Roger Goldman was quoted by Honolulu Civil Beat in reference to Hawaii’s new bill that would improve their police accountability.


Professor Miriam Cherry was quoted by Ars Technica on the Dulberg v. Uber case which accuses Uber of underpaying its drivers.

Dean Emeritus Michael Wolff was quoted in a story by The Intercept regarding past thoughts on juvenile criminals.



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