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SLU LAW Collaborative Inspires Law Students to Promote Racial Equity

A new SLU LAW student organization called the Justice Equity Collaborative (JEC) aims to involve legal students and alumni in its efforts to promote racial justice, equality and equity.

SLU LAW Addresses Legal Issues Surrounding Immigration Executive Order

Students and faculty have offered several presentations about the EO in the weeks since it was announced. Most notably, SLU LAW will co-sponsor a day-long conference on the topic on Monday, Feb. 27.

Professor Middleton Explains the Legal Issues Involved in the Executive Order on Immigration

Professor Richard Middleton teaches Immigration Law at SLU LAW. We asked him to weigh in on the recent executive orders and subsequent federal court stay on immigration. He is a practicing attorney who also teaches political science at University of Missouri – St. Louis.

Clinic Student Patricia Bailey Beckerle Wins Unemployment Compensation Case

Beckerle and clinic supervisor John Ammann, J.D., believe the win will advance workers’ rights in Missouri at a time when eligibility to receive unemployment benefits is tightening.


SLU LAW in the news


Ammann, John J.

Professor John Ammann and SLU LAW student Emily Bell were featured in Missouri Lawyers Weekly in an article that covered a press conference held at Scott Hall calling on Governor Nixon to enact clemency on those in prison.

Professor Tim Greaney was quoted for an article in The Connecticut Mirror that followed the ongoing legal issues facing the healthcare merger of Anthem and Cigna.

Taylor, Aaron

Professor Aaron Taylor was interviewed for an article in the Connecticut Law Tribune that discussed a controversial incident involving a law professor from the University of Oregon.

Dean Emeritus Michael Wolff was quoted in an article in the West Plains Daily Quill at the passing of former Supreme Court of Missouri Judge Richard B. Teitelman.


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