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SLU LAW Celebrates December 2017 Graduates

Eleven students graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law this December and were honored at a special reception Wednesday, Dec. 20.

Legal Clinics Successfully Advocate for Freedom for Judy Henderson

Litigation Clinic supervisor John Ammann, joined by many of his students past and present, has been a longtime advocate for incarcerated women in Missouri.

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.

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Dean Emeritus Michael Wolff talked with the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the Missouri House of Representatives’ power to impeach Governor Eric Greitens.

 

Lee, Patricia H.

Professor Patricia Lee was quoted in a University of Chicago article about the significance of their Institute for Justice Clinic on Entrepreneurship which helps give no-cost legal services to the entrepreneurial community.

 

Professor Miriam Cherry was quoted by Atlantic in regards to a new form of labor law in order to provide protection for Mechanical Turk workers.

 

McGraugh, Susan W.

Professor Sue McGraugh was quoted by North Carolina Public Radio regarding a new alternative to monetary bail placed on incarcerated people.

 

McGraugh, Susan W.

Professor Sue McGraugh was quoted by North Carolina Public Radio regarding a new alternative to monetary bail placed on incarcerated people.

 

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