Jerry Organ, who was named No. 19 in a list of Most Influential People in Legal Education, discusses helping law students succeed.
'The most challenging issues facing compliance professionals today are not black and white, but shades of gray,' according to School of Law Dean Robert Vischer. Several alumni working in the field give voice to this issue.
Women have reached the highest levels of the legal profession, but bias still affects job application processes and performance evaluations at law firms.
Law professor Teresa Collett , director of the St. Thomas Prolife Center, talks to an alumna about family and the law profession.
School of Law Dean Robert Vischer: "Our commitment to 'learning by doing' cannot only inspire a passion for service and instill a deeper understanding of how the law works, it also can, put simply, help our students get jobs."
As assistant general counsel for St. Paul Public Schools, Bryan Huffman '11 J.D. advises district administration on intellectual property law, lease agreements, data requests, and labor and employment.
Law professor Mark Osler and nine former clinical students worked on cases that freed six clients from federal prison.
[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?