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Better Together Panel Discussion

Join members of the Better Together task force to discuss the business, health care, policing and other governmental effects of the City/County divide on St. Louis and the region as a whole. Speakers also will be looking for feedback from the young professionals who attend about what issues have influenced their decision to stay in St. Louis when they begin working, or conversely, to leave the region and work elsewhere. 

Sponsored by LSVA, SBA, BLA, BLSA, OUTLaws, HLA, PDP and PAD. Lunch will be provided.

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. Lunch provided. 

Students for Life Event

UPDATE: Due to unanticipated circumstances, Ms. Alveda King is no longer able to make the trip for the "How Can the Dream Survive?" discussion. Instead, LSFL plans to hold a general body meeting at noon on April 5, in room 1166. Everyone is welcome.

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.

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