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3L Takes the Oath of Citizenship

Third-year law student Anelga Doumanian joined 42 other people from 28 countries as new Americans, taking part in a naturalization ceremony co-hosted by SLU LAW’s Public Interest Law Group.

SLU LAW Professors Teach Class on Ferguson

The most-publicized, scrutinized event in the recent history of the St. Louis region is providing a unique learning opportunity for students at SLU LAW.

USPTO Hears Update on SLU LAW Clinic

As it awaits word from the United States Patent and Trademark Office on the status of its first trademark application, SLU LAW’s newly formed Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic had a special visitor Wednesday.

Professor McCormick Explains Legal Process in Police-Related Deaths

Professor McCormick helps explain the legal processes that could follow an officer-involved death.

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SLU LAW Faculty in the news

 

Taylor, Aaron

Professor Aaron Taylor talked with St. Louis Public Radio about why recent low enrollment in law schools have led to more diverse classes.

3L Marie DeFer wrote a letter to the editor that was published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch's participation in the 2015 SLU LAW Public Law Review Symposium.

Watson, Sidney D.
Wilson, Molly J. Walker

Professor Molly J. Walker Wilson writes about Robert McCulloch, the protestors and her experience at the Thin Blue Line Symposium

The Saint Louis University School of Law Legal Clinics are being recognized by Super Lawyers for their dedication and outstanding legal efforts on behalf of those in need.

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