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SLU LAW Students Gain Experience in International Humanitarian Law

2L Katie Burke and 1Ls Ryan Alban and Ryan Reed spent months studying international law, diplomacy and conflict resolution as they prepared for and participated in the American Red Cross’ Clara Barton International Humanitarian Law Competition in Chicago.

SLU LAW Celebrates Investitures


Nixon Highlights SLU LAW Visit, Clinic Work

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 Faculty in the news


Flanders, Chad W.

Professor Chad Flanders wrote a column in The Cleveland Plain Dealer about the complications of the First Amendment rights with the Unversity of Oklahoma frat case

Ammann, John J.

Professor John Ammann was quoted by St. Louis American about the municipal violations in St. Louis County

Roediger, Brendan

Professor Brendan Roediger was mentioned in The Huffington Post about his involvement in the effort to reform St. Louis County's municipal courts

Cherry, Miriam A.

Professor Miriam Cherry was quoted in Ars Technica about the labor lawsuits workers filed against the cleaning service Homejoy in attempt to be recognized as employees instead of contractors

Greaney, Thomas L.

Professor Tim Greaney was interviewed by the St. Louis Post Dispatch about the concerns of  the deal that will strengthen Tenet Healthcare's presence in St. Louis


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