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Missouri Court of Appeals to Hear Cases at School of Law
February 14, 2011

The Saint Louis University School of Law will host Missouri Court of Appeals judges as they hear cases beginning at 10 a.m. on March 23 in the William H. Kniep Courtroom. The panel of judges includes the Honorable Kathianne Knaup Crane, Robert G. Dowd Jr. and Lawrence E. Mooney. Read the press release here.

Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad to Lecture at SLU LAW
February 14, 2011

The Saint Louis University School of Law Black Law Students’ Association (BLSA) in collaboration with the Saint Louis University Cross Cultural Center and African-American Studies program will host a lecture titled ―Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime and the Making of Modern Urban America‖ at 4 p.m. March 2 in room 4 at the School of Law. Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad, a scholar of African-American history from Indiana University at Bloomington and the recently selected director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (effective July 2011) will give the lecture. Read the press release here.

Former New York Times Reporter to Speak at SLU School of Law
February 11, 2011

The Saint Louis University School of Law and the St. Louis Beacon will welcome Linda Greenhouse, former U.S. Supreme Court correspondent for The New York Times, currently a scholar and lecturer at Yale Law School to Saint Louis University April 6-7. Greenhouse is this year’s James C. Millstone Lecturer. For the full details on Greenhouse's visit, click here.

Professor Pendo Submits Comments on Acccessibility Issues
February 10, 2011

Professor Elizabeth Pendo recently submitted two public comments on the importance of accessible medical and diagnostic equipment for people with disabilities. The first was a public comment by letter dated January 24, 2011, supporting the Department of Justice’s adoption of standards and scoping requirements for accessible medical equipment in its proposed revisions to Titles II and III of the AD., The second was invited testimony to the United States Access Board by letter dated February 10, 2011, addressing the effect of inaccessible medical equipment on access to health care for people with disabilities, legal background, and recommended sources of reference for specification and scoping standards.

SLU LAW Places Nationally in Moot Court Competition
February 9, 2011

The Saint Louis University School of Law Moot Court Team placed in the top four of the 61st Annual National Moot Court Competition for the second year in a row. This year, 180 teams participated in the competition in New York City and SLU LAW was represented by students Lindsey Hammitt, Adam Johnson and Meghan Zenker who also took home honors for the second-best brief award in the competition. This is the highest placement in this category in the School of Law’s history. Read the full press release here.

Professor Hacking Op-Ed on Revolution in Egypt
February 3, 2011

Professor Amany Ragab Hacking wrote an op-ed for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on the revolution in Egypt.

Professor Flanders Op-Ed on Death Penalty in the St. Louis Beacon
January 31, 2011

Professor Chad Flanders' op-ed on the death penalty appeared in the St. Louis Beacon.

Professor Williams on "Conversations with Lee Presser"
January 27, 2011

Professor Doug Williams spoke to Lee Presser about environmental issues and the U.S. Supreme Court on "Conversations with Lee Presser"

Professor Goldstein Interviewed by on V.P. Biden
January 14, 2011

Professor Joel Goldstein spoke to Politico.comabout Vice President Joe Biden's evolving role as envoy to Afghanistan.

Professor Greaney Op-Ed on Possible Health Reform Repeal
January 12, 2011

Professor Tim Greaney wrote an op-ed in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on the possible repeal of the health care reform law.

SLU LAW Hosts Cutting Edge Panel on Slavery Reparations
January 6, 2011

The Saint Louis University School of Law Black Law Students’ Association (BLSA) is bringing together renowned legal scholars to discuss slavery reparations at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 26 in room 04 at the law school. Speakers include Adjoa Aiyetoro, associate professor of law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law and Saint Louis University School of Law alumna; Adrienne Davis, the William M. Van Cleve professor of law at Washington University School of Law; and Carlton Mark Waterhouse, associate professor of law at Indiana University-Indianapolis School of Law. Eric Miller, professor of law at Saint Louis University School of Law, will moderate the discussion. Read the full press release here.

Professor Goldstein on Departure of Biden's Chief of Staff
January 5, 2011

Professor Joel Goldstein spoke to the Los Angeles Times about the departure of Vice President Biden's Chief of Staff, Ron Klain. Professor Goldstein also discussed the matter on WDEL-AM (1150) in Wilmington, Del.

Professor Howard on the 10th Amendment
January 2, 2011

Professor Alan Howard spoke to Missouri Lawyers Weekly about a movement to reassert state sovereignty rights laid out in the 10th Amendment.

Professor Watson on Provisions in New Health Care Law
December 31, 2010

Professor Sidney Watson was quoted in the Columbia Daily Tribune on Missouri insurance companies contesting a provision of the new federal health care law.

Professor Goldstein's Review of Mondale's Memoir on Huffington Post
December 30, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein wrote a piece for the Huffington Post website on Walter Mondale’s recent memoir.

Professor Flanders Op-Ed on Juvenile Parole
December 29, 2010

Professor Chad Flanders' op-ed on the future for juveniles denied parole appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Professor Watson Testimony to the Missouri Department of Insurance
December 28, 2010

Professor Sidney Watson provided testimony to the Missouri Department of Insurance on whether Missouri insurers should obtain an exception to the medical loss ratio rules. Read the full testimony here.

Professor Salsich on Homeowners' Responsibility to Shovel Snow
December 25, 2010

Professor Peter Salsich was quoted in the St. Louis Post-Dispatchon homeowners’ legal responsibility for shoveling snow.

Professor Greaney Article Appearing in The New England Journal of Medicine
December 22, 2010

Professor Tim Greaney's article on Accountable Care Organizations appeared in the Perspective section of The New England Journal of Medicinewebsite.

Professor Walker on the Commerce Clause
December 20, 2010

Professor Anders Walker provided commentary on the constitutionality of the health care law for the History News Network.

SLU Schools of Law and Public Health Awarded $150,000 Grant
December 14, 2010

Saint Louis University School of Public Health Professor Jason Turner, Ph.D., and School of Law Professor Jesse Goldner, J.D. have received a $150,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) Public Health Law Research Program (PHLR) to study community benefit activities conducted by non-profit hospitals. Such activities are required to maintain their tax-exempt status. The study will focus on how these resources can best be used to improve the health of the public. Click here to read the full press release.

Professor McCormick on Wal-Mart's Gender Discrimination Lawsuit
December 9, 2010

Professor Marcia McCormick participated in podcast discussing the largest discrimination lawsuit in U.S history on the Legal Talk Network.

Professor Goldner Interviewed about Evidence in Illinois Murder Case
December 9, 2010

Professor Jesse Goldner spoke to KSDK-TV (St. Louis) about hearsay in an Illinois murder case.

Professor Greaney Interviewed by The New York Times
November 20, 2010

Professor Tim Greaney spoke to The New York Times about mergers in the health care industry resulting from new health reform laws.

Professor Salsich Interviewed on St. Louis Municipality Issues
November 19, 2010

Professor Peter Salsich was interviewed by St. Louis Public Radio on regional planning and growth issues in St. Louis.

Professor Branham Op-Ed on Locally Grown Foods and Criminal Sentences
November 19, 2010

Visiting Professor Lynn Branham wrote an op-ed appearing in the Chicago Tribune on how criminals can work in the locally grown food movement to make food more accessible to the poor as part of their sentences.

Professor Watson Interviewed on Health Care Reform
November 18, 2010

Professor Sidney Watson was interviewed on St. Louis Public Radio about health care reform.

School of Law to Receive $500,000 Endowment for Professorship
November 9, 2010

Saint Louis University School of Law alumnus Bruce Robert and his wife Jane will donate $500,000 to the law school to advance legal scholarship through support of a specially designated professorship. A Saint Louis University School of Law professor will be named the Jane and Bruce Robert Professor of Law, and the endowment will provide, in perpetuity, a professorship for one of the law school's most productive and accomplished scholars and teachers. Read the press release.

Professor Goldstein Interviewed About Delaware's Political Season
November 2, 2010

Professor Joel Goldstein was interviewed by the Delaware News Journal on the state's unique political season.

Professor Salsich on Amendment 3
November 1, 2010

Professor Peter Salsich was interviewed by St. Louis' KMOV-TV on Amendment 3, which would impose real estate sales tax on transferring real estate.

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