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Professor Bodie Talks to about NBA Lockout
August 3, 2011

Professor Matt Bodie spoke to about the NBA lockout and ongoing labor disputes in professional sports.

Professor Goldstein Interviewed on VP Biden's role in Debt Talks
August 2, 2011

Professor Joel Goldstein spoke to WDEL-AM (Wilmington, Del.)about Vice President Joel Biden's role in debt talks.

Professor Watson in Roundtable with Secretary of U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
August 1, 2011

On Aug. 1, Professor Sidney Watson participated in a Rural Roundtable hosted by Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to discuss key rural health issues and to help inform the work of the White House Rural Council. Professor Watson was identified as a key rural health stakeholder in Missouri because of her membership in the Rural Policy Research Institute Health Panel. The Round Table was held in Aurora, Mo. at the St. John’s Aurora Critical Access Hospital.

Professor Goldstein Op-Ed on Texas Gov. Rick Perry and the Vice Presidency
August 1, 2011

Professor Joel Goldstein's piece on Texas Governor Rick Perry's comments on the Vice Presidency ran on the History News Network.

SLU LAW Legal Clinics Director John Ammann Honored for Civil Legal Services
July 27, 2011

Director of the SLU LAW Legal Clinics and Professor of Law John Ammann will be recognized by Legal Services of Eastern Missouri on Aug. 30 during the annual "For the Common Good " annual awards event. Professor Ammann is being honored for providing civil legal services and equal access to justice for the low-income community through the work of the SLU Legal Clinics. Read the press release.

Professor Goldman's Contributions to Law Enforcement Guide Recognized
July 19, 2011

Professor Roger Goldman contributed to the development of the "Addressing Sexual Offenses and Misconduct by Law Enforcement: Executive Guide," which addressed criminal offenses as well as non-criminal sexual conduct that is inappropriate, unprofessional and damaging to the public confidence in a department. The guide was developed with support from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women and will be used by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

Professor Greaney talks Health Reform, Anti-Trust on Minnesota Public Radio
July 18, 2011

Professor Tim Greaney spoke to Minnesota Public Radio about health reform and anti-trust issues.

SLU LAW Students Assist in Joplin, MO After the Tornado
July 6, 2011

Law students Chelsea Harris, Rachel Ruopp, and Courtney Sappington, of the Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry, clear debris caused by a devastating tornado in Joplin, Mo. On June 3, 19 law students and Legal Clinics faculty members joined staff from Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry to provide legal assistance, storage bins, gift cards and help with debris clean up to victims of the tornado.

Professor Ammann Speaks to KMOX-AM about the Area Homeless
July 6, 2011

Professor John Ammann spoke to KMOX-AM (St. Louis) about local homeless squatters on the St. Louis Riverfront.

SpearIt's Op-Ed on Radical Islam in Prison in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
June 30, 2011

SpearIt's op-ed on radical Islam in prisons appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Professor Flanders on the Roberts' Court and Free Speech in The Beacon
June 29, 2011

Professor Chad Flanders spoke to The Beacon about freedom of speech in the Roberts' court.

Professor Roediger Appointed to Legal Services of Eastern Missouri Board
June 29, 2011

Professor Brendan Roediger was appointed to Legal Services of Eastern Missouri's Board of Directors. Read the press release.

Professor Howard on U.S. Supreme Court's Ruling on Video Games
June 28, 2011

Professor Alan Howard spoke to Mark Reardon on KMOX-AM about the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on violent video games.

SpearIt Op-Ed on Radical Islam in Prison Appears in the Huffington Post
June 21, 2011

SpearIt's op-ed "Radical Islam in Prison: Made in the USA" appeared on the Huffington Post.

Professors McCormick and Bodie Analysis on Wal-Mart Case in The Beacon
June 21, 2011

Professors Marcia McCormick and Matt Bodie's analysis of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in the Wal-Mart discrimination case were included in The Beacon.

Professor Bodie's Op-Ed on Wal-Mart Case in The New York Times
June 20, 2011

Professor Matt Bodie's op-ed on Wal-Mart's discrimination lawsuit and the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling appeared in The New York Times.

Professor Watson on Support for Medicare
June 13, 2011

Professor Sidney Watson was interviewed by the St. Louis Beacon on support for Medicare.

Professor Joe Custer to Present at Conference on Legal Information
May 31, 2011

Professor Joe Custer has been invited to the Third Summer Conference on Legal Information: Scholarship and Teaching (the “Boulder Conference”) July 21-23, 2011. The conference is limited to twenty participants and the purpose of the conference is two-fold: to provide attendees with a forum to present works-in-progress and to brainstorm the articulation of a “signature pedagogy” for teaching legal research, as suggested by the 2007 Carnegie Report Educating Lawyers: Preparation for the Profession of Law and articulated in the Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education and the Boulder Statement on Legal Research Education: Signature Pedagogy Statement.

Professor Liebesman Interviewed by CBS News
May 29, 2011

Professor Yvette Liebesman spoke to CBS News about how copyright issues could have affected the release of the film Hangover II.

Professor Goldstein on The Huffington Post
May 26, 2011

Professor Joel Goldstein writes about "The Legacy of a Liberal" on The Huffington Post.

Professor Liebesman Interviewed on Copyright Issues Facing Hangover II
May 24, 2011

Professor Yvette Liebesman was interviewed by FOX-TV(Ch. 2 St. Louis) about copyright issues that could impact the release of the film Hangover II.

Professor Williams on Federal Government's Decision to Flood Farmland
May 8, 2011

Professor Doug Williams was interviewed by Missouri Lawyers Weekly on the federal government's decision to flood farmland.

Professor Annette Clark Named SLU LAW Dean
April 27, 2011

Following a national search, Professor Annette Clark has been selected as the new dean for Saint Louis University School of Law, effective July 1, 2011. Clark brings an impressive list of credentials to the position and will help guide the law school through the changing landscape of legal education. Read the press release.

Professor McCormick Interviewed by The Boston Globe
April 24, 2011

Professor Marcia McCormick was interviewed by The Boston Globe on gag orders in employee severance agreements.

Professor Needham Gives Keynote Speech for Taiwanese Women's Association
April 23, 2011

Professor Carol Needham gave the keynote speech for the North America Taiwanese Women's Association's annual convention. Her talk was titled "Listening and Acting with Integrity: Elements of Empowerment."

Professor Watson Testifies before Missouri House of Representatives
April 20, 2011

Professor Sidney Watson testified in Jefferson City, Mo. this week before the Health Insurance Committee of the Missouri House of Representatives on the requirement that states establish procedures under the Health reform law to review "unreasonable increases in premiums."

Professor Flanders on Voter Identification
April 17, 2011

Professor Chad Flanders and recent alum Jamie Rodriguez wrote an article on voter identification for the St. Louis Beacon.

Professor Walker's Article Honored by the Law & Society Association
April 7, 2011

Professor Anders Walker's article "Blackboard Jungle: Delinquency, Desegregation and the Cultural Politics of Brown" was chosen for an Honorable Mention in the Law & Society Association's inaugural John Hope Franklin Prize Committee.

SLU LAW Hosts Conference on Offender Reentry
April 5, 2011

Saint Louis University School of Law, in collaboration with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), the United States Probation Office for the Eastern District of Missouri and the Saint Louis University School of Law Black Law Students’ Association, will host the conference “Offender Reentry: The Challenges for Law Enforcement and the Community” from 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20. Read the press release.

Professor McCormick Interviewed by Reuters on the WARN Act
April 5, 2011

Professor Marcia McCormick was interviewed by Reuters on the WARN Act. Employees of failed law firm Howrey LLP have filed a suit against their former firm, saying it failed to give them 60 days notice that they were being laid off.

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