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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 Litigation Clears the Way for Hepatitis C Cure for Missouri Medicaid Residents

In a joint effort by Saint Louis University Legal Clinics and School of Medicine, thousands of Missouri residents affected by hepatitis C are closer to a cure after litigation challenges restrictive state Medicaid policy.

Advocating for Our Immigrant Neighbors

Through education, advocacy and legal action, law students, faculty and alumni are responding to the needs of immigrants and asylum-seekers in the St. Louis region.

SLU LAW Wins Missouri Attorney General’s Cup Trial Competition

2L Dashawn Cason, 3L Brandon Rahimi and 2L Bridget Boyle took home the trophy from Jefferson City, Mo., this year, beating six teams from the three other Missouri law schools.


SLU LAW in the news


Roediger, Brendan

Professor Brendan Roediger was quoted in a Riverfront Times article on the ArchCity Defenders' new executive director.

Professor Steve Hanlon was quoted in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article on the increasing workloads of public defenders.


Ammann, John J.

Professor John Ammann was quoted in Missouri Net on a new Medicaid-covered hepatitis C drug.

Flanders, Chad W.

Professor Chad Flanders was quoted in an article by Bloomberg BNA concerning the future of the death penalty.


The Legal Clinics were mentioned in an article by KDSK on the new rule allowing Medicaid coverage of a hepatitis C drug that will cure the patients of the disease. 



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