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Quick hits on the ins and outs of the SLU LAW community

 

Ferguson

Clinic Students Find Justice for Their Clients in Post-Ferguson Cases

Rising 3Ls Katie Landfried and Mark Timmerman share their takeaways after successfully representing two defendants charged by the City of Ferguson with failure-to-comply during demonstrations.

Scott Hall Will Reopen Friday June 17

Power has been restored and the building is scheduled to reopen at 6 a.m.

Grassroots Health Law and Policy students help pass healthcare legislation in Missouri

Grace Flash and Dorothy Rodriguez were among the Grassroots Health Law and Policy students that helped pass meaningful healthcare legislation in Missouri.

Summer at SLU Coming to SLU LAW

Law and Advocacy, a new Summer at SLU program, will bring high school students to Scott Hall for a weeklong immersion in the legal profession.

Newsfeed

SLU LAW in the news

 

Professor Miriam Cherry was quoted by The American Prospect in an article about Gig workers in the Uber economy that are organizing to have a bigger voice on their jobs

Goldstein, Joel

Professor Joel Goldstein was interviewed by the Philadelphia Inquirer in an article about the possibility of Senator Elizabeth Warren and Governor Nikki Haley as the VP selections of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Goldstein, Joel

Professor Joel Goldstein was interviewed in an article by The Des Moines Register about the possibility of Hillary Clinton selecting former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack as her running mate. 

Greaney, Thomas L.

Professor Tim Greaney was interviewed in an article by FTC Watch about the Federal Trade Commission's loss in two hospital merger challenges

Goldstein, Joel

Professor Joel Goldstein was quoted by The Baltimore Sun in an article about Obama official Tom Perez in talks as a possible VP selection for Hillary Clinton

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Events

Exciting functions at the School of Law