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Victory for the Legal Clinics

Legal Clinics Win Appeal for the Blind

After more than a decade of litigation, the Legal Clinics won a multimillion-dollar judgment for recipients of Missouri's Blind Pension Fund thanks to a recent ruling from the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District. 

Learning the Laws of Alcohol

SLU LAW's new course on alcohol regulations takes law students through the legal, social and political forces behind the complex industry.

Prof. Harrison Argues Before Missouri Supreme Court

Associate Patricia Harrison, supervisor of the Children and Youth Advocacy Clinic, argued before the Missouri Supreme Court on behalf of a juvenile who was ordered to be placed on the adult sex offender registry in Missouri. Clinic students assisted with the brief.

Non-Traditional Career Fair Shows Students Another Path

The Office of Career Services hosts its annual Non-Traditional Career and Information Fair, giving students a glimpse at how they can use their J.D. outside of a typical law firm setting. 


SLU LAW in the news


Ordower, Henry M.

Professor Henry Ordower was quoted in an article by St. Louis Public Radio about a study that shows big differences in the way residents in the St. Louis area experience municipal courts

Greaney, Thomas L.

Professor Tim Greaney was quoted in a MedPage Today article on the advantages and disadvantages of healthcare mergers. 

Ammann, John J.
Ammann, John J.

Professor John Ammann was interviewed by Missouri Lawyers Weekly about the public hearing urging for fewer St. Louis municipal courts

Roediger, Brendan


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