Professor John Ammann and law student Allison Simmonds was mentioned in Missouri Lawyers Weekly for successfully representing a claimant's appeal to the Missouri Court on the denial of unemployment benefits, because he failed to show good cause for his fa

May 10, 2016

Professor John Ammann and law student Allison Simmonds was mentioned in Missouri Lawyers Weekly for successfully representing a claimant's appeal to the Missouri Court on the denial of unemployment benefits, because he failed to show good cause for his failure to participate in a telephone hearing after a dropped call

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.

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. 

Author Richard Rothstein Explores ‘The Biggest Segregation of All’

In a book talk on April 25, historian Richard Rothstein discussed the role of the law in creating residential segregation in every major metropolitan area of the U.S.

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