Read recent features published in our alumni magazine SLU LAW Brief, or download PDF versions of past issues.
Feature Story: The Community You Have Cultivated
07/23/20- When local medical residents on the frontlines fighting COVID-19 needed help preparing estate plans for their families, SLU LAW alumni responded to the call.
Alumni Feature: Cora Faith Walker
07/23/20- Cora Faith Walker ('09), policy director for St. Louis County, discusses the challenges of fighting COVID-19 at the local government level.
Spotlight: The Center for Health Law Studies
07/23/20- The School of Law's health law faculty has risen to the challenge to help craft the public health response to COVID-19.
Faculty View: Ana Santos Rutschman
07/23/20- Prof. Ana Santos Rutschman, who specializes in issues at the intersection of health law and intellectual property, weighs in on the legal issues at play in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Feature Story: Legal Education in a Pandemic II
07/23/20- Students in the new Human Rights at Home Litigation Clinic serve immigrant clients facing desperate circumstances.
Alumni Feature: Hon. Lisa Van Amburg
07/23/20- Just after the pandemic broke out, Judge Lisa Van Amburg received a call asking her to come out of retirement to co-chair the Missouri Bar's COVID-19 Task Force.
Feature Story: Legal Education in a Pandemic I
07/23/20- In Moot Court courses, students learn how to make virtual appellate arguments.
Feature Story: Life Lessons Learned in the Civil Litigation Clinic
11/01/19- Prof. John Ammann (’84) taught in and directed the Clinic for 25 years before retiring in 2019. This article features some of his former students, their memories of their time in the clinic under his mentorship, the lessons they learned and where they are now.
Alumni Reflection: Hon. Nicole Colbert-Botchway
11/01/19- Judge Colbert-Botchway says SLU LAW prepared her to achieve the professional success and personal satisfaction she now enjoys 23 years later, as the associate presiding judge for the 22nd Judicial Circuit of the City of St. Louis.
Alumni Feature: Jay Krupin
11/01/19- Jay Krupin, partner at BakerHostetler, was recently named a 2019 inductee of the Corporate Employment Lawyers Hall of Fame by Lawdragon. Here, he chats about his 40 years of practice in labor relations, his SLU LAW experience and his family.
Faculty View: Brendan Roediger
11/01/19- Prof. Brendan Roediger shares a reflection on the occasion of Prof. John Ammann’s retirement.
Spotlight: The Wefel Center for Employment Law
11/01/19- The Wefel Center has been receiving exciting national recognition this year.
Feature Story: Celebrating 175 Years
12/27/18- For this special issue, we reached out to some of our notable alumni in different areas of practice with a question: “What do you hope the future holds for SLU LAW, its graduates and its role in the legal landscape?”
Alumni Feature: Doreen Dodson
12/27/18- This employment lawyer made state history in 1990 by being elected the first woman president of the Missouri Bar.
Alumni Feature: Hon. Jimmie Edwards
12/27/18- The former circuit judge and current public safety director of the City of St. Louis has received accolades from the highest court in the land for his work helping at-risk youth get their education.
In My View: Marie Kenyon
12/27/18- Marie Kenyon ('86) describes how her education at Saint Louis University School of Law shaped not only her career but her life's purpose.
Faculty Spotlight: Dana M. Malkus
12/27/18- Today, Malkus is the associate dean for experiential education, an associate professor and the director of the Entrepreneurship and Community Development (ECD) Clinic.