Congratulations, Class of 2018!

May 21, 2018


On Thursday, May 17, the School of Law held its annual Hooding Ceremony recognizing the 155 graduates of the Class of 2018 (December '17, May & August '18) at Chaifetz Arena. Watch the full ceremony here.

The class was addressed by the Faculty Member of the Year, Associate Dean and Lillie Myers Professor of Law Anders Walker; the valedictorian Maureen Hanlon; and guest speaker Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt ('00).

View our Facebook photo gallery of the Hooding Ceremony.

Graduates also took part in the University Bicentennial Commencement Ceremony on May 19, including law grad Sarah Tomlinson, who was selected as the student speaker representing the entire SLU student body. Watch Sarah's speech here.

This year, eight law graduates shared reflections on their time at SLU LAW. View the video below:

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Congratulations, Class of 2018!

On May 17, the School of Law held its annual Hooding Ceremony recognizing the 155 graduates of the Class of 2018. VIDEO: Eight graduates reflect on their years at SLU LAW.

Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt to Speak at Hooding

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. 

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