[One] reading of the Religious Freedom Restoration Acts, in favor of religious group rights even to the point of covering for-profit organizations, has generated criticism that the Court has gone too far protecting religion.
We all can name a politician or leader who has acted unethically. Each is evidence that one misstep can snowball into a legal problem. So why don't leaders know how to avoid stepping over the line?
Dean Vischer discusses how the School of Law's mission propels it to lead the way in identifying and exploring issues that warrant sustained public attention.
Daryl Atkinson '07, a senior attorney at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, received a White House Champions for Change award for his work on criminal justice reform.
People with disabilities, their families and the lawyers who represent them now have a website to help them navigate disability law.
Servant leadership and the "trusted adviser model" are what business clients expect and deserve, and ultimately, those concepts contribute to a fulfilling law practice.
As UST School of Law expands beyond the J.D., new students are driven by their passion to make the world a better place.