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Quick hits on the ins and outs of the SLU LAW community

 

Law Students Seek Change with the Ferguson Commission

2Ls Mark Timmerman and Jimmy Martin gained firsthand experience working with the Ferguson Commission as it forges a path to racial equity in the St. Louis region. 

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.

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SLU LAW in the news

 

Lee, Patricia H.

Professor Patricia Lee was quoted by St. Louis Public Radio in an article about the court hearings for a possible spy agency in St. Louis

Roediger, Brendan

Professor Brendan Roediger was quoted in an article by Missouri Lawyers Weekly about the debate titled "Proving Racial Discrimination" that was hosted by the Federalist Society at SLU LAW

Legal Clinics receive a grant to work with the John Cook School of Business for a program supporting businesses in north St. Louis city and county. 

Hansford, Justin

Professor Justin Hansford sat down with St. Louis Public Radio answering legal questions about lawsuits filed against the Rams after their move to Los Angeles

Watson, Sidney D.

Professor Sidney Watson was quoted in an article by the St. Louis Post Dispatch about a bill written by Missouri legislators that could allow many health insurance plans to limit consumers’ access to specialty physicians

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