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  • Stanislaw Frankowski | SLU LAW
    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 Stanislaw Frankowski Stanislaw Frankowski Professor Emeritus Faculty Emeritus Email frankos slu edu Education J S D University of Warsaw School of Law LL M New York University School of Law LL M Ph D University of Warsaw School of Law A well respected authority on comparative law Stanislaw Frankowski has authored and co authored numerous articles and books in English and in Polish on subjects ranging from abortion and protection of the human fetus to pre trial detention to the death penalty in post communist Europe His book Legal Responses to AIDS in Comparative Perspective with 10 chapters written by legal scholars from five continents is considered by many to be the most comprehensive review of legal responses to HIV AIDS to date Frankowski taught law at the University of Warsaw for nearly 20 years before martial law was

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  • Barbara J. Gilchrist | SLU LAW
    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 Barbara J Gilchrist Barbara J Gilchrist Faculty Emerita Faculty Faculty Emeritus Email gilchrbj slu edu Phone 314 977 3992 Room 922 Education B A Wichita State University 1971 J D Washington University in St Louis School of Law 1976 Ph D Saint Louis University School of Public Health 1999 Courses Civil Advocacy Civil Advocacy Clinic Elder Law Law Practice Management CV gilchrbj 0 1 pdf Barbara Gilchrist is not afraid to take on big government especially if it s in defense of the elderly My favorite bureaucracy used to be the Social Security Administration says Professor Gilchrist Now it s Medicaid Most recently Gilchrist and her colleagues successfully fought back attempts by Missouri s Division of Medical Services to eliminate funding for dental and eyeglass services in the 2002 Medicaid budget Medicaid is so important to people especially low income people says Professor Gilchrist When you start taking away their dental care and their ability to see you ve taken away a lot Professor Gilchrist has been advocating for the elderly since graduating from law school in 1976 She signed on with Volunteers In Service To America VISTA and was assigned to the elder law unit at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri While there she published the agency s first Senior Citizens Handbook a guide to the laws and programs affecting senior citizens in Missouri The handbook is in its 12th edition After five years at legal services helping older adults with wills and estate planning Gilchrist went into private practice for five years She was lured away by a newly created position at the School of Law to teach and practice elder

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  • Roger L. Goldman | SLU LAW
    Courts CV goldmanCV pdf SSRN http ssrn com author 25074 Roger L Goldman the Callis Family Professor of Law Emeritus at Saint Louis University School of Law is the nation s foremost expert on police licensing and license revocation laws For more than two decades he has been helping states write and adopt laws that provide for removing the license or certificate of an officer who engages in serious misconduct such as sexual assault and brutality When Professor Goldman began to address the problem of unfit police officers moving from one department to another within a state 15 states were without decertification revocation laws Today only six states remain without revocation authority he is now working with individuals in those states to enact such laws to keep bad officers off their streets Professor Goldman s ultimate goal is to help create a federally mandated national data bank of decertified police officers to prevent them from moving and being employed in a different state Educated at Harvard College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School Professor Goldman is also a leading expert on the U S Supreme Court and constitutional law In addition to his many articles on police licensing he is an author of three books on the U S Supreme Court The Role of the Supreme Court in Protecting Civil Rights and Liberties Justice William J Brennan Jr Freedom First and Thurgood Marshall Justice for All which was a finalist for the 1992 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work Both national and local media frequently seek Professor Goldman s professional commentary In The News Professor Roger Goldman was quoted by the Los Angeles Times about the Oklahoma cop that was found guilty of assaulting black women Professor Roger Goldman was quoted by the Los Angeles Times about the Oklahoma cop that was found guilty of assaulting black women Professor Roger Goldman was interviewed in a three part investigative piece by the Associated Press that also appeared in USA Today National Public Radio and the New York Times regarding the flaws in how agencies deal with police officers suspected of sexual misconduct Professor Emeritus Roger Goldman was quoted in a Denver Post article on how police officers fired throughout the country end up on the force in Colorado Professor Roger Goldman was interviewed by The Denver Post about the Colorado laws that allow officers to be hired in law enforcement after getting into trouble in jobs in other states Professor Roger Goldman was interviewed in an article by Vice News about the recommendations that the Ferguson Commission made in their recently published report on Ferguson Professor Emeritus Roger Goldman lent his expertise to USA Today for an info graphic explaining a person s rights during a police encounter Professor Emeritus Roger Goldman was quoted by The Denver Post about Colorado allowing rogue officers to stay in law enforcement Professor Roger Goldman wrote an Op Ed in The Guardian about the important role state police licenses could play in protecting

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  • Alan J. Howard | SLU LAW
    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 Alan J Howard Alan J Howard Professor Emeritus Faculty Faculty Emeritus Email howardaj slu edu Phone 314 977 2781 Room 830 Education B S Cornell University 1969 J D University of Chicago School of Law 1972 Expertise Constitutional Law First Amendment U S Supreme Court Courses Constitutional Law I Constitutional Law II Seminar Founders Constitution The First Amendment Professor Alan J Howard joined SLU LAW in 1977 as an assistant professor and has established himself as an expert on the First Amendment The bulk of Prof Howard s scholarship focuses on the First Amendment free speech in particular In fact his scholarly work has been cited twice by the United States Supreme Court Professor Howard is the author of SLU LAW s first course description and syllabus for the First Amendment and has been teaching the class ever since After graduating from the University of Chicago School of Law Prof Howard joined Sidley Austin in Chicago Later the University of Georgia Athens recruited Howard from private practice by hiring him to become the first director of the newly created Legislative Research Division in its Institute of Government He also had a joint appointment in the political science department teaching several

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  • Sandra H. Johnson | SLU LAW
    id 584355 Sandra H Johnson is Professor Emerita of Law and Health Care Ethics at Saint Louis University School of Law She is the co author of the casebook Health Law Cases Materials and Problems now in its seventh edition which has been used in more than 150 universities The casebook and its companion treatise have been cited more than 500 times in scholarly articles and judicial opinions including several times by the U S Supreme Court Johnson has also authored numerous articles in health law and bioethics She has been quoted on health policy issues by several national news outlets including the New York Times and USA Today She has twice been a guest on NPR s Talk of the Nation She received numerous awards for her work including being named Woman of the Year by Saint Louis University and by Missouri Lawyers Weekly Health Law Teacher of the Year by the American Society of Law Medicine Ethics and was selected as a Fellow of the Hastings Center In 2012 she received the President s Award from the Missouri Bar Association and in 2015 received the Fleur de Lis Award and was inducted into the inaugural class of the School of Law s Hall of Fame Johnson is committed to public service leadership She served for ten years as the Director of the Mayday Project on Legal and Regulatory Issues in Pain Management She currently serves as the first Chair of the Board of Ascension Health Senior Care AHSC was formed in July 2014 and brings together 34 senior care facilities in 11 states and the District of Columbia to form the second largest nonprofit senior care organization in the US She previously served for two terms as the first Chair of the Board of the Missouri Health Connection

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  • Donald B. King | SLU LAW
    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 Donald B King Donald B King Professor Emeritus Faculty Emeritus Email kingdb slu edu Phone 314 977 2785 Education B S Washington State University J D Harvard Law School LL M New York University School of Law M S W Saint Louis University Professor King is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a life member of the American Law Institute He is the founder and past president of the International Academy of Commercial and Consumer Law He co organized the first and second International Conferences of the Academy held in Mexico and Austria Professor King is the author of several books including Missouri Products and Liability and Secured Transactions Law and Consumer Protection Experiments in Sweden He is co author of Commercial Transactions

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  • Margaret H. McDermott | SLU LAW
    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 Margaret H McDermott Margaret H McDermott Assistant Professor Emerita of Legal Research Faculty Faculty Emeritus Email mcdermmh slu edu Phone 314 977 2739 Room 873 Education B A Barat College Lake Forest Illinois M S L S University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign J D Washington University in St Louis School of Law Courses Advanced Legal Research Research Methods in International and Foreign Legal Research Professor Margaret McDermott served as Head of Reference and Faculty Services in Vincent C Immel Law Library until she obtained emerita status She continues to teach a specialized upper division course in Research Methods in International and Foreign Legal Research Margaret McDermott received her B A from Barat College and her M S L S from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign She earned her J D degree from Washington University in St Louis while

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  • Francis M. Nevins | SLU LAW
    Emeritus Faculty Emeritus Email nevinsfm slu edu Phone 314 977 2787 Room 925 Education A B St Peter s College 1964 magna cum laude J D New York University School of Law 1967 cum laude Francis Nevins areas of expertise straddle the worlds of fact and fiction When he created the seminar on Law Lawyers and Justice in Popular Fiction and Film in 1979 it was considered a novel idea Today similar seminars and courses commonly are offered in law schools throughout the United States and abroad If there is a conference on law and film almost anywhere in the world chances are good that Professor Nevins will be invited as a guest speaker His paper When Celluloid Lawyers Started to Speak Exploring Juriscinema s First Golden Age presented in 2003 at a University College colloquium in London is scheduled to appear in a book of essays on law and popular culture published by Oxford University Press An expert in estate and copyright law Nevins was one of the first to explore in depth the legal problems that arise when an author dies He coined the term will bumping to describe how in certain circumstances the Copyright Act can turn an author s will into a worthless piece of paper A famous writer to whom this happened was Laura Ingalls Wilder author of the Little House on the Prairie books Professor Nevins served as a consultant in a federal lawsuit aimed at unbumping her will Nevins has also written about the interface between copyright and matrimonial law and has argued that a little known provision of the Copyright Act precludes state courts from treating copyrights as matrimonial or community property when an author divorces It s interesting to see courts squirming all over the place to avoid the plain language

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