Stacey Supina, J.D., LL.M., a faculty member in the Ethics and Business Law Department at the Opus College of Business, wrote about reducing compliance risk in this Star Tribune "Outside Consultant" column.
In this letter from the summer 2021 issue of St. Thomas Lawyer, School of Law Dean Robert Vischer addresses how the community has brought a distinctive perspective to debates about the law and legal education.
When St. Thomas students return to campus this fall, they’ll notice the first floor of Murray-Herrick Campus Center looks quite different. But the change is more than cosmetic – it represents a new approach to helping students prepare for successful careers, and a more engaged role that alumni and corporate partners can play in that process.
As we reflect upon 20 years of educating St. Thomas lawyers, success can be defined in many ways. One keen example is seeing our graduates apply skills cultivated during law school for the benefit of society through public service.
The redesigned Master of Science in Business Analytics and the Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics programs at Opus College of Business emphasize experiential learning to prepare graduates to serve in analytics translator roles.