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  • Clinic Students, Professors Present at East St. Louis High School | SLU LAW
    Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Clinic Students Professors Present at East St Louis High School Clinic Students Professors Present at East St Louis High School May 8 2015 Bill Ford A group of students and professors from the SLU LAW Legal Clinics presented during East Saint Louis High School Vocational System s 2015 Applied Mathematics Day on April 21 The East Saint Louis High School and sponsors Mu Alpha Theta and C A R E S Creating Awareness Reaching Every Student created a morning event for students to illustrate how math drives careers Clinic Director Patricia Lee along with professor John Ammann and 2L Robert Maher 3L Tuynh Hoang and 3L Vincent Heitholt were on hand to share their expertise and how math can lead to careers in law banking intellectual property entrepreneurship and engineering Tags Legal Clinics Meet SBA President Alex Bowman Third year law student Alex Bowman works to enhance the student experience as SBA president Law Students Seek Change with the Ferguson Commission 2Ls Mark Timmerman and Jimmy Martin gained firsthand experience working with the Ferguson Commission as it forges a path to racial equity in the St Louis region Legal Clinics Win Appeal for the Blind After more than a decade of litigation the Legal Clinics won a multimillion dollar judgment for recipients of Missouri s Blind Pension Fund thanks to a recent

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  • Civil Advocacy Clinics | SLU LAW
    and child advocacy These practice areas are further described below Where applicable students are able to appear in court on cases under Missouri s Student Practice Rule A full time faculty member supervises each in house student Students must also enroll in the Civil Advocacy companion classroom course LAW 981 Appellate Advocacy Students meet with clients review records write briefs and argue cases in the Missouri Court of Appeals in unemployment compensation guardianship and juvenile cases Students appear in all three appellate districts which are located in St Louis Kansas City and Springfield This clinic counts towards the experiential requirement for the Civil Litigation Concentration Co Requisite Civil Advocacy Contact Professor Harrison T 314 977 7038 E pharris5 slu edu Office Hours By appointment only Contact Professor Ammann T 314 977 2796 E ammannjj slu edu Office Hours By appointment only Saint Louis University School of Law Legal Clinics 100 N Tucker Blvd Suite 704 St Louis MO 63101 1911 Children and Youth Advocacy Clinic Students provide holistic advocacy in a variety of matters affecting children youth and young adults who face homelessness discrimination education challenges criminal charges and health advocacy needs Students meet with clients at both The SPOT a free medical clinic for at risk youth and Epworth Older Youth Drop In Center which provides social service support to at risk youth in the community Students serve as lead counsel in all aspects of representation including juvenile and municipal court education advocacy civil advocacy and family law related matters These collaborations provide opportunities for strong client counseling and holistic advocacy related to health shelter and safety This clinic counts towards the experiential requirement for the Health Law Concentration Civil Litigation Concentration or Criminal Litigation Concentration Co requisite Civil Advocacy Contact Professor Harrison Saint Louis University School of Law

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/academics/clinics/civil-advocacy-clinics (2016-02-12)
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  • Criminal Defense Clinic | SLU LAW
    Services For Students For Employers For Alumni Symplicity Contact Us Communications Make an Announcement Design Request Web Update Request Style Guide Logo Downloads Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Academics Legal Clinics Criminal Defense Clinic Criminal Defense Clinic Students represent clients charged with criminal offenses The Criminal Defense Clinic specializes in representing people whose serious mental illness has caused them to come into contact with the criminal justice system Staffed by both an attorney and a social worker the Criminal Defense Clinic seeks to provide a holistic solution to a client s legal and social needs Students are active in all aspects of representation including obtaining records negotiating plea deals taking depositions and preparing for trial Students can also intern at various public defender offices in the greater

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/academics/clinics/criminal-defense-clinic (2016-02-12)
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  • Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic | SLU LAW
    Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Academics Legal Clinics Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic This Clinic provides transactional representation to entrepreneurs nonprofits community groups and small businesses Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic clients seek to positively impact the St Louis community in a variety of ways including neighborhood revitalization job creation producing and preserving affordable housing offering needed goods and services and working to generate solutions to common community problems Under the guidance and supervision of two full time faculty members law students provide transactional legal services to Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic clients on a range of matters in the following four areas Community Development Entrepreneurship Intellectual Property and Policy Students enrolled in the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic must enroll concurrently in one of the two sections of the Entrepreneurship and Community Development which consists of a companion class and a clinical practice One section of the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic is supervised by Professor Patricia H Lee with a companion class focused on Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property related matters The other section of the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic is supervised by Professor Dana Malkus with the companion class focused on Community Development related matters The Clinic is open to students who have completed at least 31 credit hours Prof Malkus section and 46 credit hours Prof Lee s section Opportunities for students interested in

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/entrepreneurship-and-community-development-clinic (2016-02-12)
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  • Externship Clinic | SLU LAW
    Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Academics Legal Clinics Externship Clinic Externship Clinic Students have the opportunity to work under the supervision of practicing attorneys in settings outside of the law school Specific locations vary from one semester to another but every effort is made to match each student with an office that addresses that student s primary interest For example Students interested in health law can work in the general counsel offices of several local health systems or hospitals like BJC or SSM or be placed in the United States Attorney s Office to prosecute health care systems and providers Students interested in trial work and criminal law can be placed in a number of local state prosecutor offices like St Louis City St Louis County and the United States Attorneys Offices in Missouri and Illinois Students interested in civil litigation or public interest opportunities can work at the local offices of a number of organizations or agencies like the ACLU the St Louis City and County Counselor s offices the EEOC and the Attorney General s Office Students interested in tax or transactional work can work with the IRS or the IRS Office of Appeals Students interested in employment law taxation nonprofit law or animal regulation can work at the world renowned Saint Louis Zoo a major nonprofit organization and a leader in animal conservation and management Students interested in family law can work with attorneys from the Catholic Legal Assistance Ministry CLAM a project of

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/academics/clinics/externship-clinic (2016-02-12)
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  • Judicial Process Externship Clinic | SLU LAW
    Services For Students For Employers For Alumni Symplicity Contact Us Communications Make an Announcement Design Request Web Update Request Style Guide Logo Downloads Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Academics Legal Clinics Judicial Process Externship Clinic Judicial Process Externship Clinic Students are placed with judges in state and federal trial and appellate courts where they work as part time law clerks Depending on the chambers students engage in extensive legal research draft a series of legal memoranda relevant to cases under submission by the courts as well as observe hearings trials and other court proceedings from the unique perspective of the judge and his or her chambers In the spring semester students also have the opportunity to work at the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Eastern District Students assist the judges in preparing bench briefs and final opinions and observe oral arguments Students work 9 or 12 hours per week to earn 3 or 4 credit hours respectively During the summer students may clerk for a Missouri Supreme Court Judge a state trial court judge or federal district court judge in Missouri or Illinois Students work 18 or 24 hours per week during the seven week session to earn 3 or 4 credit hours respectively General Requirements To be eligible for this Clinic students must have completed one half of their law school credit hours Legal Profession

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  • Legal Clinics Application | SLU LAW
    Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Academics Legal Clinics Legal Clinics Application Legal Clinics Application The following registration information applies to the Civil Advocacy Criminal Defense Entrepreneurship and Community Development Externship Judicial Process Externship and Mediation Clinics Note that each Clinic has a required companion classroom course Hours earned in the classroom component do not count toward the cap on clinic P F hours Generally to be eligible for a Clinic a student must have completed 46 credit hours prior to the beginning of the semester in which the student is taking a Clinic Legal Profession is a prerequisite for all Clinics except the Judicial Process Externship Clinic for which it is a pre or co requisite Each Clinic may have additional prerequisites Clinic registration date and time is announced in each semester s registration materials Clinic faculty

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  • Mediation Clinic | SLU LAW
    Magazine Support the School Update My Informaton Contact Us Career Services For Students For Employers For Alumni Symplicity Contact Us Communications Make an Announcement Design Request Web Update Request Style Guide Logo Downloads Press Releases Information Technology Services Legal Clinics Student Services Financial Services Student Organizations Disability Services Multicultural Affairs and Outreach Contact Us Vincent C Immel Law Library FACULTY STAFF Faculty Adjunct Faculty Emeritus Faculty Full time Faculty Library Faculty Staff Faculty and Staff Resources STUDENTS Current Students Prospective Students Student Organizations Student Life SLU Zone Planet Sub Papa John s Mississippi Mud Coffee Medina Flamingo Bowl Drunken Fish Caruso s Deli Bella s Frozen Yogurt Cafe Smoothie King Home Academics Legal Clinics Mediation Clinic Mediation Clinic Students enrolled in the new in house Mediation Clinic begin by completing the 40 hour Missouri Supreme Court approved mediation training Students then have the opportunity to observe mediation in federal court litigation and to serve as primary mediator in family law cases landlord tenant matters and other cases pending in Associate Circuit Court The companion course emphasizes reflection on mediation experiences instruction in the substantive areas being mediated and further development of mediation skills Interested students are encouraged to contact the

    Original URL path: http://law.slu.edu/academics/clinics/mediation-clinic (2016-02-12)
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