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Professor Goldstein Interviewed on Sen. Muskie
October 30, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein spoke to David M. Shribman on one of Sen. Edmund S. Muskie's most important speeches for a nationally syndicated column. The interview appeared in a variety of publications, including the Salem News.

Professor Wagner on Bank Fraud Case
October 27, 2010

Professor Constance Wagner was interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on bank fraud charges against developer John Steffen.

Professor Howard on Political Yard Signs
October 24, 2010

Professor Alan Howard spoke to Missouri Lawyers Weekly about the free speech issues related to political yard signs.

Interim Dean Johnson on Judge Wolff's Return to Teaching at SLU LAW
October 20, 2010

Read the statement from Interim Dean Sandra Johnson on Judge Michael Wolff's return to full-time teaching at Saint Louis University School of Law in the fall of 2011. Click here to read Wolff's press release.

Public Law Review Publishes Immigration Focused Issue
October 20, 2010

Debates about immigration issues continue to wage in the legislatures, courtrooms, classrooms and dinner tables across the country. Capturing various perspectives and interpretations on the legal issues surrounding immigration reform in the United States, The Saint Louis University Public Law Review has published “The Future of Immigration Law and the New Administration.”

School of Law Establishes St. Louis' First Inn of Court
October 18, 2010

The Saint Louis University School of Law, in partnership with area legal professionals, has established a local chapter of the American Inns of Court. The Theodore McMillian American Inn of Court will bring together more than 80 members of the St. Louis legal community, including attorneys, judges and law school students to focus on sharing best trial practices, enhancing their commitment to professional skills and ethics and engaging in fellowship.

New SLU LAW Program Hires Attorneys for Professional Service Positions
October 15, 2010

Saint Louis University School of Law has created an innovative new program that will employ recent SLU LAW graduates to provide the St. Louis community with important legal and professional services.

Law School Kicks off Inaugural Semester in D.C. Program
October 14, 2010

The Center for Health Law Studies at Saint Louis University School of Law has launched its first Health Law Semester in Washington, D.C. program. During the 2011 spring semester, four law students will clerk in health-related government agencies, working on cases with licensed practitioners dealing with health care regulations. With health care reform issues continuing to dominate United States policy and news, well-trained legal health experts are needed more than ever.

Professor Flanders' Op-Ed on Missouri's Self-Defense Law
October 12, 2010

Professor Chad Flanders and second-year student Sarah Pohlman wrote an op-ed on Missouri's modified self-defense law appearing in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch .

Professor Goldstein Op-Ed on Senator Kaufman
October 9, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein's op-ed on Senator Ted Kaufman appeared in the Kansas City Star.

Professor Goldstein on Vice President Biden
October 7, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein was interviewed by Deleware's WDEL 1150 AM about rumors Vice President Biden could be replaced by Hillary Clinton on the Democratic ticket in 2012.

Professor Parasidis Interviewed about Illegal Promotion of Anti-Depressant
October 4, 2010

Professor Ethimisios Pardisos was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Professor Salsich on Missouri's Amendment 3
October 1, 2010

Professor Peter Salsich was interviewed by the Webster-Kirkwood Times on Missouri's Amendment 3, which would forbid the levying of transfer taxes by Missouri governments at the state, county and local levels if passed.

Professor McCormick Interviewed on Employees' Sick Leave Rights
September 29, 2010

Professor Marcia McCormick spoke to KMOX-AM about workers' right to sick leave.

Professor McCormick on Workers' Right to Time Off
September 27, 2010

Professor Marcia McCormick was interviewed by MSNBC.com about how the economic downturn is affecting workers ability to take sick leave.

Dean Johnson on Military Tests to ID Drug Abusers
September 23, 2010

Interim Dean Sandra Johnson spoke to the San Antonio-Express News about the military's interest in testing patients who may succumb to drug addictions.

Professor Flanders Writes on the Cost of Justice
September 17, 2010

Professor Chad Flanders' op-ed on the cost of justice appeared in the St. Louis Beacon.

"Legally Speaking" and SLU LAW Partner for ADA Episode
September 15, 2010

In recognition of the 20th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA),"Legally Speaking" will film live at the Missouri History Museum on Monday, Sept. 20 from 7-8 p.m. The museum is home to one of the nation’s only ADA exhibits and a fitting backdrop for exploring the historical significance of the ADA law and progress over the past two decades.

Professor McGraugh Interviewed on Early Release of Convicted Robber
September 15, 2010

Professor Susan McGraugh was interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on a request from a prison inmate for early release following a robbery conviction.

SLU LAW Leads Constitution Day Seminar
September 10, 2010

Judge Michael Wolff will educate students on "The Constitution in the State Courts" from 12-12:50 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 17 in the William H. Kniep Courtroom at the Saint Louis University School of Law.

Professor Bodie on HP's Lawsuit Against Former CEO
September 8, 2010

Professor Matthew Bodie was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times about Hewlett Packard's lawsuit against its former CEO who went to work for the competitor Oracle.

Professors Ammann and Middleton on Immigration in Missouri
September 6, 2010

Professor John Ammann and Adjunct Professor Richard Middleton were interviewed by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for a special feature on immigration. Part 1, Part 2.

Professor McCormick Interviewed about Illinois Sex Offender Registry
September 1, 2010

Professor Marcia McCormick was interviewed byKMOV-TV about the Illinois Sex Offender Registry.

Professor Goldstein's Op-Ed on the Vice Presidency in The Washington Post
August 28, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein wrote an op-ed on rumors about the status of Joe Biden's role as vice president in The Washington Post.

C-SPAN 3 Airs Professor Goldstein Commentary
August 21, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein's participation in a seminar at Fordham Law School on presidential succession and inability aired on C-SPAN 3.

Professor McCormick Interviewed on Blagojevich Verdict
August 18, 2010

Professor Marcia McCormick spoke with KTVI-TV FOX 2 about the outcome in former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich's criminal trial.

Professor Howard Interviewed About 1st Amendment
August 16, 2010

KTRS-AM interviewed Professor Alan Howard about how the 1st Amendment may impact the development of a mosque at Ground Zero in New York City.

Professor Scarlett on Tennis Star Jimmy Connors Legal Battle
August 15, 2010

Professor Ann Scarlett was interviewed by Missouri Lawyers Weekly about tennis great Jimmy Connors' legal battle with his attorneys.

Professor Goldstein's Op-Ed on Judges' Empathy Published
August 9, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein penned an op-ed for the History News Network on how empathy makes superior judges.

Professor Ammann on the Push to Repeal the 14th Amendment
August 9, 2010

Professor John Ammann was interviewed by KMOX-AM about the push to repeal the 14th Amendment allowing illegal immigrants to have children in the U.S. who will automatically be considered U.S. citizens.

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