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Summer Reflections: 2L Michael Dowd-Nieto Shares Experience at Law Program in Madrid

Second-year law student Michael Dowd-Nieto experienced Madrid as a student and as an intern at a Spanish law firm.

Summer Reflections: 2L Melissa DeClue Interns with Aircraft Manufacturer Airbus in Toulouse, France

Second-year law student Melissa DeClue spent the first half of her summer taking classes in Madrid, Spain, and the second half interning for aircraft manufacturer Airbus in Toulouse, France.

Summer Reflections: James Callahan IV Interns at CDC

Third-year law student James Callahan IV fulfilled his dream of working for the CDC over the summer as a public health law intern.

Summer Reflections: 3L Aida Herenda Discusses Her Internship at St. Jude

Third-year health law student Aida Herenda spent the summer in Memphis, Tennessee, working as a legal intern in the Office of Legal Services at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.


SLU LAW in the news


Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt ('00) will be this year's John C. Shepherd Graduation speaker at Hooding on May 17 at 1:30 p.m. at Chaifetz Arena. 

Schmitt was sworn in as the 46th Treasurer of the state of Missouri on January 9, 2017.

As State Treasurer, Eric is focused on protecting Missouri taxpayers, supporting small businesses, and empowering individuals and families while overseeing the state’s $3.6 billion investment portfolio as its Chief Financial Officer.

McGraugh, Susan W.

Professor Susan McGraugh spoke with KSDK on prosecution's evidence in the invasion of privacy case against Governor Greitens.


McGraugh, Susan W.

Professor Susan McGraugh spoke with KSDK about a circuit attorney bringing forth new evidence in Gov. Greitens’ alleged invasion of privacy.


Dean Emeritus Michael Wolff  was quoted in an article by Associated Press about the prosecutor’s case in Gov. Eric Greitens’ alleged invasion of privacy.


Professor Roger Goldman was quoted in an article by the Coachella Valley Independent on California’s decentralized system for revoking a police officer’s certification.



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