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Legal Clinics, St. Louis Housing Authority Receive $100K HUD Grant

The Legal Clinics will help to create a youth re-entry program in St. Louis. The grant is part of a national effort to provide pro bono services with the goal of giving youth a second chance.

SLU LAW Welcomes Distinguished Visiting International Jurist Lech Garlicki

Judge Lech Garlicki will visit SLU LAW from March 21- April 1 and will speak on March 29 as a preview to his visiting professorship in 2017.

SLU LAW Legal Clinic Advocates for Voting Accessibility

In advance of Tuesday’s presidential primary election, all persons with disabilities, including the blind and visually impaired, are encouraged to participate.

President, Legal Services Corporation

Legal Services President Jim Sandman visits SLU LAW

Calls for closing the justice gap were heard loud and clear when Legal Services Corporation President Jim Sandman visited SLU LAW on March 1.


SLU LAW in the news


Dean Michael Wolff sat down with KWMU's Legal Roundtable to discuss his intentions to retire and other current legal news in the St. Louis Area

Professor Malcolm Harkins was quoted in an article by Bloomberg BNA about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's short list for potential nominees to the Supreme Court

Dean Michael Wolff was interviewed by Stay Tuned about St. Louis Public Schools seeking to recover more than $42 million in local sales tax revenue paid to charter schools over the past decade

Goldstein, Joel

Professor Joel Goldstein wrote a guest column to Sabato's Crystal Ball about how Donald Trump's process for a vice president unsuprisingly looks a lot less conventional that Hillary Clinton's

Dineen, Kelly

Professor Kelly Dineen was quoted in an article by VICE about how the politics of abortion could affect women who want to be tested for the Zika virus


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