News and updates from the Holloran Center
The Holloran Center and the University of St Thomas School of Law joins National Consortium
In 2012, the Holloran Center was selected to join the leading consortium of law schools devoted to collaboration and innovation in implementing the changes recommended by the 2007 Carnegie Foundation report.
ANNOUNCING: Law Firm Competency Models and Student Professional Success: Building on a Foundation of Professional Formation/ Professionalism
Professor Neil Hamilton, director of the Holloran Center, recently published "Law Firm Competency Models and Student Professional Success: Building on a Foundation of Professional Formation/ Professionalism"
Professor Jerry Organ on Admissions and Enrollment Trends and Projections
Professor Jerry Organ posted two new blog articles on the "Legal Whiteboard Blog" providing analysis and insights into national law school admissions trends for Fall 2013, and trends from 2010 to 2012.
On the Road
On the Road: Professor Neil Hamilton, director of the Holloran Center, is visiting six states across the nation this spring giving guest presentations based on the topic of "Legal Education's Ethical Challenge: Empirical Research on How Most Effectively to Foster Each Student's Professional Formation (Professionalism)." Law schools include Mercer University (Georgia), Santa Clara (California), Pepperdine (California), New Mexico, and Hofstra and Fordham (New York).
National Jurist Magazine Selects Jerry Organ to Top 25 List
Organ in top 25 of most influential people in legal education
Michaelson Named Holloran Center Fellow
The Holloran Center is honored to announce the appointment of Professor Christopher Michaelson from the Opus College of Business as a Fellow. According to Professor Neil Hamilton, Director of the Holloran Center, "Professor Michaelson will make a great contribution to the Center's mission of interdisciplinary research and curriculum development focusing on the formation of business and law students into ethical leaders. We are all looking forward a great deal to working with him to strengthen our ties to the Opus College of Business faculty and to do more outreach to foster professional formation for business managers.