Come hear Scott Rosenblum talk about some of the unique challenges that come with representing celebrity clients. Sponsored by SELA. Food will be provided.
Noted civil rights activist and scholar Angela Davis will be the keynote speaker for SLU’s Black History Month celebrations at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Davis will speak in the Wool Ballroom, Busch Student Center.
Other Black History Month events at SLU include:
Saint Louis University School of Law has partnered with the below undergraduate institutions to provide a 3+3 program to students interested in pursuing their law degree. Through this program, students are eligible to apply to law school in their junior year. They will complete three years of undergraduate course work and three years of law courses, with the first year of law courses satisfying the requirements for the bachelor’s degree.
We welcome John Inazu, professor of law and religion at Washington University in St. Louis, to present on “Confident Pluralism and the University.” His discussion will take the form of an interview conducted by our own Professor Chad Flanders. Food will be provided. Sponsored by the Federalist Society.
The Asian American Law Student Association will be discussing upcoming events and opportunities in the 2018 spring semester. Lunch will be provided.