Featured Events

Sep 23

The Future for In-House Counsel

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014; 5-6:30 p.m.

The Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions presents "The Future for In-House Counsel," the Fredrikson and Byron Law Firm Lecture in honor of John Byron and a Medtronic Business and Law Roundtable. Read More

Sep 24

Please join the UST Military Law Association in welcoming LTC Ryan Zipf and CPT John Allison to UST. LTC Zipf is providing a brief presentation on the Minnesota Bar Association's Military and Veterans Affairs Section where he will discuss the free networking opportunities available to law school veterans followed by CPT Allison's presentation and Q&A on becoming a member of Army JAG. Read More

Sep 26

UST Law Women - Coffee Meet-up

Thursday, September 25 2014 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

Join us for the quarterly UST Law Women's Coffee Meetup on Thursday, September 25 at 8:30 a.m. at People's Organic in the IDS IDS Crystal Court in downtown Minneapolis. Alumni and students are invited. Hosted by the Law Alumnae Committee. Read More

Oct 01

Over the course of this academic year, we will offer a series of programs on vocational discernment such topics as Recognizing my Gifts, What Brings Me Joy?, Prioritizing My Values, How I Approach Decisions, and What Happens When Things Don’t Go My Way. Read More

Oct 10

The University of St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy will host its fall 2014 symposium, "International Law, Sovereignty, and Ukraine: Legal and Policy Implications," on Friday, Oct. 10, 2014. Read More

Oct 16

Professional Services Marketing, LLC Founder and President, Terrie S. Wheeler, MBC, will partner with the University of St. Thomas School of Law to deliver a four-part CLE program designed to educate attendees on marketing best practices with a focus on the ethics of marketing a law practice. The programs will be offered in October 2014, January 2015, March 2015, and May 2015. Read More

Oct 23

UST Law Women Coffee Meet-Up (Saint Paul)

Thursday, October 23, 2014 8:30-9:30 a.m.

Alumni and students are invited. This is an opportunity for UST Law women graduates to connect with one another, as well as current women law students. Read More

Oct 24
University of St. Thomas School of Law Fall 2013 Open House

Fall Open House

Friday, Oct. 24; 1:30-4:15 p.m.

Learn more about the University of St. Thomas School of Law, and tour our beautiful downtown Minneapolis campus. Read More

Oct 28

Over the course of this academic year, we will offer a series of programs on vocational discernment such topics as Recognizing my Gifts, What Brings Me Joy?, Prioritizing My Values, How I Approach Decisions, and What Happens When Things Don’t Go My Way. Read More

Oct 28

Former CIA officer Michael Hurley was on year 18 of his 25-year career with the agency when terrorists attacked the United States on Sept. 11, 2001. He spent the next seven years of his CIA career on “the hunt” – searching for Osama bin Laden during three tours of duty in Afghanistan, as director of counterterrorism policy for the 9/11 Commission and co-author of The 9/11 Commission Report, and later through his work for the State Department. Read More

Nov 03

Kenneth Woodward, former Newsweek religions editor, defined a saint as “someone through whom we catch a glimpse of what God is like – and of what we are called to be”; in other words, a model and an inspiration to those of us seeking to lead lives of faith. Read More

Nov 06

Hans Joas Human Dignity Lecture

Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014 7-8:30 p.m.

Hans Joas, Permanent Fellow at the University of Freiburg in Germany and Professor of Sociology and a Member of the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago, will give the next lecture in the Murphy Institute’s Human Dignity series which brings together prominent thinkers in fields such as philosophy, theology, and law to rigorously explore just what it means for humans to possess dignity. Read More

Nov 19

Rabbi Norman Cohen is the senior (and founding) rabbi of Bet Shalom, a synagogue in Minnetonka. Among his scholarly interests, he has been working on a book on stereotypes and misconceptions that Christians and Jews hold about each other. Read More

Nov 24

Over the course of this academic year, we will offer a series of programs on vocational discernment such topics as Recognizing my Gifts, What Brings Me Joy?, Prioritizing My Values, How I Approach Decisions, and What Happens When Things Don’t Go My Way. Read More

Dec 03

This reflection series is designed to prepare ourselves to welcome the Christ child into our hearts and homes. Read More

Dec 03

It's time to celebrate the season with your classmates, and our faculty, staff and students! Read More

Dec 10

Advent Reflection Series: Incarnation

Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014

This reflection series is designed to prepare ourselves to welcome the Christ child into our hearts and homes. Read More

Dec 17

This reflection series is designed to prepare ourselves to welcome the Christ child into our hearts and homes. Read More

Jan 29

Over the course of this academic year, we will offer a series of programs on vocational discernment such topics as Recognizing my Gifts, What Brings Me Joy?, Prioritizing My Values, How I Approach Decisions, and What Happens When Things Don’t Go My Way. Read More

Feb 25

Over the course of this academic year, we will offer a series of programs on vocational discernment such topics as Recognizing my Gifts, What Brings Me Joy?, Prioritizing My Values, How I Approach Decisions, and What Happens When Things Don’t Go My Way. Read More

Mar 26

Over the course of this academic year, we will offer a series of programs on vocational discernment such topics as Recognizing my Gifts, What Brings Me Joy?, Prioritizing My Values, How I Approach Decisions, and What Happens When Things Don’t Go My Way. Read More

Apr 13

Over the course of this academic year, we will offer a series of programs on vocational discernment such topics as Recognizing my Gifts, What Brings Me Joy?, Prioritizing My Values, How I Approach Decisions, and What Happens When Things Don’t Go My Way. Read More