Law Professor Thomas Berg speaks during a School of Law book discussion group at Professor Julie Oseid's house in south Minneapolis on February 20, 2017. School of Law Professors Julie Oseid and Tom Berg led the discussion of Ta-Nehisi Coates book "Between the World and Me."

Professor Tom Berg Joins Constitutional Law Scholars in Amicus Briefs Opposing Trump Travel Ban

University of St. Thomas law school Professor Tom Berg joined amicus briefs in the Fourth and Ninth circuits to oppose the Trump Administration’s travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries, citing the Establishment, Free Exercise and Equal Protection clauses of the U.S. Constitution, which prohibit governmental action based on animus toward religions.
University of St. Thomas School of Law professor Mark Osler poses for a studio portrait on December 6, 2012. Osler was photographed for graduate education promotional materials.

105 Inmates Freed Through Clemency Work by St. Thomas Professor, Clinic, Alumni

As the presidency of Barack Obama wrapped up last week, so too did the largest federal clemency initiative in United States history. But not before the sentences of 105 federal inmates were cut short thanks to the work of University of St. Thomas School of Law Professor Mark Osler and his former students.
Professor Gregory Sisk

Sisk Files Amicus Brief in SCOTUS Case Considering Bivens Claim

In a case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court raising the question of whether a border patrol agent may be held responsible under the U.S. Constitution for shooting a playing child who was hit and killed outside the United States border, Professor Gregory Sisk has filed an amicus brief emphasizing the absence of any other remedy for this wrongful killing.
Newly appointed Dean of the University of St. Thomas School of Law Robert Vischer poses for a portrait in front of the Law School at dusk on November 20, 2012, in downtown Minneapolis. Vischer was photographed for St. Thomas Lawyer Magazine.

Vischer Tapped for National Leaders Council to Address Crisis in Legal Aid

The nonprofit organization that funds legal aid programs nationwide is calling on high-profile and influential leaders from various American industries to raise public awareness of the current crisis in legal aid, and University of St. Thomas School of Law Dean Robert Vischer was asked to be a part of the effort.