State Judicial Selection Series: The Case for Partisan Elections

Chris Bonneau, professor of political science at the University of Pittsburgh, is being hosted by the SLU LAW Federalist Society to present his argument for partisan judicial elections as the preferred method for selecting state judges. He will also compare and contrast the various other methods for state judicial selection including our own Missouri Plan. Please join us in Scott Hall room 1130 at Noon on 3/29. Lunch provided. 

How Can the Dream Survive? by Dr. Alveda King

This compelling question "How Can the Dream Survive?" impacts nations and generations of human beings, many of whom have experienced physical, emotional and spiritual oppression spanning the course of many lifetimes.

Dr. Alveda King will bring hope, light and life to those who have pondered the issue of abortion and these unanswered questions: Is abortion a civil right? Is abortion good for women? What would Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. say about abortion? Who are the survivors? What about life, liberty and justice for all?

Speaker from St. Louis Food Policy Coalition

Melissa Vatterott will be speaking on her experience directing the St. Louis Food Policy Coalition.

The St. Louis Food Policy Coalition seeks to bridge efforts to form a coordinated, local food system. Specifically, it works to shape public policy and influence decision-makers about local food systems and their connections to concerns of health equity, environmental conservation and restoration, social justice, community development, and economic development.

Criminal Law Society Cornhole Tournament

On Saturday, March 24 at 1 p.m., CLS and SBA Philanthropy Committee are co-hosting a cornhole (aka bags) tournament in Tower Grove Park, and all the proceeds will be donated to Arch City Defenders. In addition to the warm fuzzy feeling you get from donating to a good cause, there will be prizes for the first, second, and third place winners. First place team will get $100 Amazon gift card, second place team will get a $40 Amazon gift card, and third place team will get a $20 Amazon gift card. Lunch will be provided by St.

CICL Distinguished International Speaker Series: Newest Developments in Criminal Law in China

Join the Center for International and Comparative Law Visiting International Scholar, Prof. Miao Zhang for his talk on the newest developments in criminal law in China. Prof. Miao Zhang is an associate professor at the NanJing University School of Law and serves as the director for the Center for Criminal Law in NanJing University. 

Food will be provided.

SLU LAW Atlas Week Event: 'When International Investment Law, Indigenous Rights, & Environmental Law Collide'

Join the Center for International and Comparative Law in welcoming our Atlas Week speaker, Prof. Marcin Kaldunski for his talk, "When International Investment Law, Indigenous Rights, and Environmental Law collide: Remarks on the Glamis Gold Ltd. v. United States of America Case."