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  • Greaney | SLU LAW
    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

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  • Lee | SLU LAW
    Contact Us Alumni Alumni Events Saint Louis Brief 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

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  • SLU LAW Professors Teach Class on Ferguson | SLU LAW
    Wednesday Jan 28 Professor Roger Goldman Police Departments Regulation and Reform Wednesday Feb 4 Jane Darst Beth Orwick The Grand Jury Wednesday Feb 11 Professor Chad Flanders Law Enforcement Officer Use of Force Wednesday March 18 Professor Marcia McCormick Civil Rights Suits Wednesday March 25 Professor Justin Hansford Ferguson and Human Rights Wednesday April 1 Professor Steve Hanlon Race and Criminal Law Wednesday April 8 Bill Freivogel The Media and Ferguson Wednesday April 15 Professor Molly Wilson Ferguson and Social Science Wednesday April 22 Concluding Roundtable Discussion Students were also required to attend the Jan 12 Millstone Lecture and the Feb 20 Public Law Review Symposium Chad W Flanders cflande2 slu edu Susan W McGraugh mcgraugh slu edu Tags Ferguson classes Courses Most Read SLU LAW Professors Teach Class on Ferguson 3L Takes the Oath of Citizenship SLU LAW Celebrates Investitures SLU LAW Professors Give Expertise on Ferguson Professor Wilson on Social Identity and Ethics in Ferguson USPTO Hears Update on SLU LAW Clinic Professor McCormick Explains Legal Process in Police Related Deaths SLU LAW Students Gain Experience in International Humanitarian Law Remembering Joe Simeone Postcards from Madrid 2014 ALL SIDEBAR FEATURES Tagcloud 19th Amendment 2016 Presidential Election 2016 Presidential Race 3 3 program Aaron Taylor ABC News Radio Abroad ACA Admissions Admissions Advice Advocacy aenta Aetna Affordable Care Act Agence France Presse Al Jazeera Alan Howard Alben Barkley All Digitocracy All Things Considered Alumni Alumni Alumni News Amicus brief Ammann Amnesty Amy Sanders Anders Walker Animal Law Conference Animal Research Animal Testing Ann Scarlett Anthem Antitrust Antitrust Lawsuit antitrust review Arch City Defenders Arch Grants Ars Technica Ashley Madison ASLME Associated Press Attorney General Audobon Society Auto Financing Autopsy awards Baltimore Sun BAMSL Bankruptcy Barb Gilchrist Beau Biden Belleville News Democrat Berkeley Better Together STL Bill BJC Healthcare Blind Pension Fund Bloomberg Bloomberg BNA Bloomberg Business Blue Cross Blue Shield Blumenthal Bob McCulloch Bodie Body Cameras Bond of Friendship Boston Globe Boston marathon Bradley Fogel Breese Brendan Roediger Budgeting Burger Business Business Insurance Business Insurance Magazine BuzzFeed News California Call A Ride Capital Punishment Car Career Advice Career Counseling Career Fair Career Services Career Services Carol Needham CBS Sports Radio Cell Phones Center for Employment Law Center for Health Law Studies Center for International and Comparative Law Chad Flanders Chad Flanders Marcia McCormick Charity Cherry Children and Youth Advocacy Children and Youth Advocacy Clinic Childress Lecture Chillicothe Chris Kyle Christian Science Monitor Chronicle of Higher Education CICL Cigna Cinga civil rights Clara Barton classes CLE CLEA Award clemency Clerkships Cleveland Plain Dealer Clinic News Clinic News Clinics CNBC CNN CNN Money College Democrats Colorado Columbia Daily Tribune Columbia Missourian Commencement Address Communications Community Coalition for Clemency Community Development Competition Concentration Contraception Contractors Cora Walker Cork Courses Court current events Current Students cwalker Dagen Daily O Dana Malkus Darren Wilson David Grant Award David Lander Dawn Porter Deadly Force Dean Michael Wolff Dean s Office Death Row Defense Delware News Journal Denied Dental Denver Post Department of Justice Development and

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  • 3L Takes the Oath of Citizenship | SLU LAW
    United States when Anelga s mother a doctor switched specialties and began a residency program in psychiatry at Vanderbilt University After four years in Nashville Tennessee the family was once again on the move this time to Cedar Falls Iowa where she completed high school In 2008 she packed her bags and headed for St Louis to attend Saint Louis University where the school s engagement with the Jesuit mission intrigued her I visited SLU and I really liked it she said I grew up in a very secular home so I didn t know what the Jesuit mission was I loved the hands on experience in classes As a SLU Presidential Scholar she also regularly participated in service projects When it came time for her next move Anelga did something she hadn t really done before she stayed put Growing up as an avid watcher of injustice documentaries she always knew she wanted to be a lawyer A combination of wanting to practice in St Louis and continue the Jesuit mission experience led her to SLU LAW As a lawyer she sees the opportunity to involve herself in a cause I always felt a very clear sense of this is right and this is wrong and I want to do work where I can pinpoint and conceptualize an actual wrong she said I don t know if I can make a change or not I hope I can but I think there s a lot to do Anelga has interned for the past year with plaintiffs firm Chackes Carlson LLP in downtown St Louis She s also continuing this semester in the Criminal Defense Clinic I love it We re in and out of court almost every day She hopes to continue working as an advocate for people with

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  • SLU LAW Celebrates Investitures | SLU LAW
    Animal Law Conference Animal Research Animal Testing Ann Scarlett Anthem Antitrust Antitrust Lawsuit antitrust review Arch City Defenders Arch Grants Ars Technica Ashley Madison ASLME Associated Press Attorney General Audobon Society Auto Financing Autopsy awards Baltimore Sun BAMSL Bankruptcy Barb Gilchrist Beau Biden Belleville News Democrat Berkeley Better Together STL Bill BJC Healthcare Blind Pension Fund Bloomberg Bloomberg BNA Bloomberg Business Blue Cross Blue Shield Blumenthal Bob McCulloch Bodie Body Cameras Bond of Friendship Boston Globe Boston marathon Bradley Fogel Breese Brendan Roediger Budgeting Burger Business Business Insurance Business Insurance Magazine BuzzFeed News California Call A Ride Capital Punishment Car Career Advice Career Counseling Career Fair Career Services Career Services Carol Needham CBS Sports Radio Cell Phones Center for Employment Law Center for Health Law Studies Center for International and Comparative Law Chad Flanders Chad Flanders Marcia McCormick Charity Cherry Children and Youth Advocacy Children and Youth Advocacy Clinic Childress Lecture Chillicothe Chris Kyle Christian Science Monitor Chronicle of Higher Education CICL Cigna Cinga civil rights Clara Barton classes CLE CLEA Award clemency Clerkships Cleveland Plain Dealer Clinic News Clinic News Clinics CNBC CNN CNN Money College Democrats Colorado Columbia Daily Tribune Columbia Missourian Commencement Address Communications Community Coalition for Clemency Community Development Competition Concentration Contraception Contractors Cora Walker Cork Courses Court current events Current Students cwalker Dagen Daily O Dana Malkus Darren Wilson David Grant Award David Lander Dawn Porter Deadly Force Dean Michael Wolff Dean s Office Death Row Defense Delware News Journal Denied Dental Denver Post Department of Justice Development and Alumni Relations Digital Media Discrimination Diversity Division Of Youth Services divorce Documents DOJ dual degree Ebola Edmund S Muskie Education malpractice Edwards Jones Dome EEO EEOC El Paso Elizabeth Pendo eminent domain Employment Employment Law Employment Law Employment Privacy Empolyment Endowments Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship and Community Development Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic Environmental Law Society EPO Eric Garner Europe Expansion Facebook Faculty Faculty and Staff Faculty News faculty scholarship Fair Housing FDA Federal Health Law Federal Spy Agency Federal Trade Commission Felons Female Sports Reporters Ferguson Ferguson commission Ferguson Forward Ferguson Police Film Screening Financial Fitness financial services Financial Services First Amendment Flanders Flordell Hills Fortune France freedom of speech FTC Fulbright Fusion gambling Gary Rutledge Gatter Gay Marriage geriatric prisoners Gideon s Army Global Competition Review Go Set A Watchmen Goldman Grand Jury Grassroots Advocacy Greaney Greaney Casinos Gregory Guarantee Games Gun Ban Gun Control Gun laws Gun rights Hall of Fame Hansford Harper Lee Harry Truman Harvard Hate Crime HBCU athletics Health Insurance Health Insurance Marketplace Health Insurance merger health insurance plan Health Law Health Law Association health law conference Health Law Studies Health Reform Healthcare healthcare merger Hearing Henry Ordower Here and Now Hit and run HLP15 hobby lobby Homejoy Homeless Homeowner shooting Hospital Houston Public Media Howard HR Program Huffington Post Human Resource Program Humana Idaho Inaugural Inaugural Year Events Insider Louisville Instacart insurance cost Insurance law insurance mergers International and Comparative Law International Business Times internship Internships Investiture Investitures Ireland Irvin and

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  • SLU LAW Professors Give Expertise on Ferguson | SLU LAW
    Brown killing St Louis Post Dispatch Grand jury starts on Michael Brown case What you need to know LA Times Going Inside the grand jury process KSDK TV 5 What Is A Grand Jury Anyway KMOX 1120 AM Ferguson Investigation Expected to Take Weeks The Wall Street Journal Assistant Professor Justin Hansford Expertise Civil Rights Critical Race Theory Legal Ethics Professor Hansford s research incorporates legal history legal ethics critical race theory human rights and the Global Justice Movement He spoke with Missouri Lawyers Weekly about civil rights in relation to the ongoing situation in Ferguson Press clippings Law experts argue against police worn body cams St Louis American Justice Department says Ferguson violated rights local reaction disheartened but not surprised St Louis Public Radio How can Ferguson law enforecement break a pattern of bias PBS Newshour Police body cameras promote transparency but horrific footage leaves families shaken and questioning why standards have not been adopted New York Daily News Where Does Ferguson Fit In Stay Tuned KETC TV 9 How Body Cams on Cops Brought a Murder Charge in New Mexico TIME Botched grand jury instructions call Ferguson ruling into question The Rachel Maddow Show MSNBC Problems with Ferguson grand jury MSNBC Charlie Brennan 10 15 14 Kyle McClellan Mike Shannon Justin Hansford KMOX 1120 AM SLU Law Offers free legal rights education to Ferguson protestors St Louis American SLU law professors urge action over Michael Brown killing St Louis Post Dispatch BrotherSpeak Hurt anger and hope in Ferguson The Washington Post s Post TV Brown attorney using familiar media strategy Missouri Lawyers Weekly Ferguson grand jury could take months CNN Professor Marcia McCormick Expertise Constitutional Law Federal Courts Civil Rights Professor McCormick spoke with local media to explain the legal process by which any charges could be brought up against the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown She also spoke about a timetable for such proceedings Press clippings Teaching Ferguson Missouri law schools delve into the issue Missouri Lawyers Media The next steps in teh Ferguson DOJ case KSDK TV 5 Steps to a sensible use of force law St Louis Post Dispatch Flawed Bills Won t Fix Confusion About Deadly Force St Louis Public Radio Should There Be New Ferguson Grand Jury Can There Be St Louis Public Radio Police Use Of Force How Did We Get Here And Where Can We Go St Louis Public Radio Why It s So Hard To Hold Police Accountable For Excessive Force St Louis Public Radio Ferguson grand jury documents withheld KSDK TV 5 Will Michael Brown s Family Sue Darren Wilson Why A Civil Suit Faces Hurdles International Business Times Was The Grand Jury Procedure In The Wilson Case Fair St Louis Public Radio SLU LAW professor talks Ferguson decision KSDK TV 5 What s Different About The Grand Jury Process In The Darren Wilson Case St Louis Public Radio What Could Happen if There s Not Indictment Or Conviction In Michael Brown s Death St Louis Public Radio What s A Grand Jury How Will It Work In The Ferguson Case St Louis Public Radio Why Michael Brown s Legal Team Is Winning the PR War as Prosecutor Accused Cop Sit Out Riverfront Times So Why Wasn t Officer Wilson Arrested Plus Answers To Other Questions About The Law St Louis Public Radio What Are The Legal Issues Pertaining To The Ferguson Shooting Aftermath St Louis On The Air Dean Michael Wolff Expertise Civil Procedure Dean Wolff served 13 years on the Missouri Supreme Court and held the title of Chief Justice from 2005 2007 He is an expert on civil procedure in Missouri and has spoken to several media outlets about the judicial process in Ferguson Press clippings Flawed Bills Won t Fix Confusion About Deadly Force St Louis Public Radio Should There Be New Ferguson Grand Jury Can There Be St Louis Public Radio Grand Juror Doe May Have A Case Say Legal Experts St Louis Public Radio Grand Jury Wrangled With Confusing Instructions St Louis Public Radio Protester There s A Lot Of Chaos Going On After Grand Jury Decision Announced St Louis On The Air What s Different About The Grand Jury Process In The Darren Wilson Case St Louis Public Radio Missouri Governor Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Grand Jury Decision TIME Wilson Could Go Free Even If Convicted Legal Experts Say St Louis Public Radio Editorial Time for Missouri s Supreme Court to enter the Ferguson fray St Louis Post Dispatch For people living under threat of arrest around St Louis a constant stress St Louis Post Dispatch If Officer Wilson Is Not Indicted McCulloch Vows To Release Grand Jury Transcripts Recordings St Louis Public Radio Editorial Mission matters pursuing social justice St Louis Business Journal What s A Grand Jury How Will It Work In The Ferguson Case St Louis Public Radio Police Force And First Amendment Trespasses In The Ferguson Protests St Louis Public Radio So Why Wasn t Officer Wilson Arrested Plus Answers To Other Questions About The Law St Louis Public Radio Assistant Professor Kelly Dineen Expertise Health Law Professor Dineen has extensive experience practicing teaching and researching in the field of health law She spoke with the St Louis Post Dispatch regarding HIPAA regulations in relation to media inquiries about the condition of a hospitalized shooting victim in the days following the Michael Brown shooting Press clippings Why we don t know more about shooting victims St Louis Post Dispatch Professor Anders Walker Expertise Constitutional Law Criminal Law Professor Walker researches intersections between constitutional law criminal law and legal history especially in relation to Missouri and the St Louis region He spoke with St Louis Public Radio about First Amendment rights in relation to the protests in Ferguson and with the Associated Press about what potential charges the officer who shot Michael Brown could face Press clippings Ferguson no fly zone aimed at media Associated Press SLU law professors urge action over Michael Brown

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  • Professor Wilson on Social Identity and Ethics in Ferguson | SLU LAW
    the most prevalent group is the minority group This fact creates a situation in which the members of the community because of their greater numbers have the ability to stage a resistance In Ferguson recent resistance involved a small number of individuals committing acts of violence and destruction and a majority engaged in peaceful protesting What accounts for the difference is in the reactions of these individuals to oppressive police practices There are questions about the extent to which the aggressive protesters were community members at all At least a handful of looters reportedly came from as far away as Texas Some suggest that the looting and vandalism was opportunistic rather than being an outgrowth of anger at past treatment by police We may never know which individuals were instrumental in inciting violence and what their motivations were To me more interesting than the motivations of these few is the question of why the peaceful majority remained so The nonviolent protesters were from the community They had been victims of the discriminatory police practices When they took to the streets they faced police whose appearance and actions seemed disproportionately hostile They were tear gassed and reportedly treated as a threat even when they were not Why did the majority of protesters remain peaceful even in the face of what many deemed unnecessary aggression and violence It is unlikely that the underlying rationale for the behavior occurred spontaneously Very likely the peaceful protesters identified themselves with a group of community members that behaved according to a certain moral and ethical code In refraining from escalating the situation and threatening the health of local businesses these community members manifested an allegiance with those whose homes and businesses were in proximity to the protests Social science psychology helps to explain how social connection and belonging resulted in peaceful protesters differentiating themselves from those who were destructive Psychologists John Levine and Richard Moreland developed the theory of group socialization or the way in which individuals welcomed into a group Two important phases of this group socialization process 1 entry and initiation and 2 socialization In order for an individual to be able to enter a group and become initiated the group must determine that the individual will bring value to the group Individuals who are seen as to the dissimilar in terms of values or who are threatening in some way will not be welcomed into the group During the socialization phase individuals who have recently joined the group learn the norms and expectations of the group Social identity is the knowledge of group membership and the value and emotional significance attached to this group membership For many Ferguson residents their status as members of that community became particularly salient during the events following the shooting Several features of the situation contributed to this phenomenon As if they could forget community members were repeatedly reminded of their status as Ferguson residents by virtue of the intense media attention surrounding Brown s death and the

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  • USPTO Hears Update on SLU LAW Clinic | SLU LAW
    students who are continuing on and participating this year said SLU LAW Legal Clinics Director Patricia Lee We look forward to continued talks with the USPTO and working with the examiners SLU LAW is one of 42 law schools nationwide that were selected to participate in the USPTO s Law School Clinic Certification Pilot Program Griffin s visit to SLU LAW was one of many he is paying to schools that were admitted to the program in 2014 In addition to meeting informally with students and faculty and sitting in on a class Griffin also gave an overview of the USPTO s pilot program during a luncheon Griffin said the clinics in the program provide a mutually beneficial arrangement offering students the opportunity to get hands on experience while giving a pro bono service to entrepreneurs non profits and inventors that might not be able to afford an attorney The fact you have experience actually speaking to a client is huge You guys have a leg up on that and that s a good thing Griffin told the SLU LAW clinic students When I was in practice I can tell you no independent inventor could have ever afforded to come to me It s really a good public service Dean Michael Wolff said SLU LAW s inclusion in the USPTO program comes at an opportune time in St Louis Popular Mechanics recently ranked St Louis the No 1 startup city in the United States In case you haven t noticed St Louis has become a center of startup and entrepreneurship Wolff said I m very excited about this program with the clinic and this set of experiences we can offer Toward the end of the luncheon 3L Jeff Allen shared his experience from last semester of filing the first trademark

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