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


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 Professors Receive Honors

Associate Professor Brendan Roediger and Assistant Professor Justin Hansford recognized for their outstanding contributions to the community.

Postcards from Ireland - An Introduction

3L Brendan Ketchum checks in from his study abroad semester in Cork, Ireland, which has already included a trip to U.S. Ambassador Kevin O’Malley's (’73) home. 


SLU LAW in the news


Goldman, Roger L.

Professor Emeritus Roger Goldman was quoted in a Denver Post article on how police officers fired throughout the country end up on the force in Colorado. 

Harrison, Patricia

Professor Trish Harrison was featured in the Kansas City Star and in a St. Louis Public Radio piece on her argument to the Missouri Supreme Court about the systematic issues in Missouri's juvenile justice system.

Dean Michael Wolff was interviewed by St. Louis Public Radio about the funding of Missouri's public schools.


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