Saint Louis University School of Law faculty have provided thoughtful presentations on their timely scholarship. Recordings of these presentations are available for viewing.*
Law in the Time of Pandemic Webinar Series
Labor and Employment Issues
September 1, 2020
Saint Louis University School of Law Professors Matthew Bodie, Miriam Cherry, and Ruqaiijah Yearby take a look at employment law issues that have arisen during the pandemic including workplace surveillance, essential worker protections and the gig economy’s growing presence.
Health Law and Policy
September 8, 2020
Saint Louis University School of Law Center for Health Law Studies Professors Rob Gatter, Ana Santos Rutschman and Sidney D. Watson examine the issues facing health law and policymakers during the COVID-19 pandemic. This panel is moderated by Dr. Brent Ibata (Grad PH '00, Law '07, Grad PH '08).
Social Justice Issues
September 15, 2020
Law in the Time of Pandemic: Social Justice Issues, presented by Professor Chad Flanders, Professor Monica Eppinger, Dean Dana Malkus ('04), and moderated by Kevin Curran ('78), Assistant Federal Public Defender in the Eastern District of Missouri.
The Legacy of RBG: A Scholarly Reflection
September 25, 2020
Saint Louis University School of Law and the Wefel Center for Employment Law present a scholarly reflection and personal insight into the life and legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. This webinar features SLU LAW professor Marcia McCormick; the Hon. Lisa Van Amburg (Law '75), former appellate judge for the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Eastern District; Jamille Fields Allsbrook (Law '13), director of women's health and rights at the Center for American Progress. SLU LAW Professor Chad Flanders serves as a moderator.
Also included is a video reflection by Margo Schlanger, the Wade H. and Dores M. McCree Collegiate Professor of Law at University of Michigan Law School, who served as Justice Ginsburg's law clerk during the 1993-95 Supreme Court terms.
Vice Presidential Debate Debrief
October 8, 2020
A question and answer session with Saint Louis University School of Law Professor Emeritus Joel K. Goldstein, the nation's foremost expert on the role of the vice presidency, moderated by 3L Chioma Chukwu-Smith, Editor in Chief of the Saint Louis University Law Journal.
*CLE credit is not available for online viewing of webinars unless approved by the Missouri Bar.