The Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions, now in its tenth year, continues to focus on its mission of helping the next generation of leaders form their professional identities with a moral core of responsibility and service to others. In support of that mission, the Center promotes groundbreaking research by University of St. Thomas School of Law professors, fellows, and students. It also encourages new and innovative courses and materials that address and integrate ethical issues related to the professions and business. Finally, the Center offers lectures, panels, conferences, and continuing education programs that connect ethical theory into practice and policies that touch the professions, businesses, governments, and communities. The 2014-2015 annual report outlines all of the Center’s contributions this past academic year. Check out the 2014-2015 Annual Report here.
William Sullivan, co-director of all five of the Carnegie Foundation's studies of higher education for the professions and co-author of EDUCATING LAWYERS: PREPARATION FOR THE PROFESSION OF LAW (2007), recently emphasized in an article that:
"The Holloran Center, long a thought leader on the critical role of professional formation in the development of effective, service oriented lawyers, has responded to this disruption [of the markets for legal services] through several ground-breaking empirical studies that lay out the goals for positive innovation. They detail the competencies beginning lawyers need (including a foundation of an ethical professional identity) in order to succeed in this changing, much less stable professional environment."
William Sullivan, Professional Formation as Social Movement, 23 The Professional Lawyer, no. 1, 27 (2015).
News from the Holloran Center
Neil Hamilton Featured In January 2016 NALP Bulletin
Neil Hamilton's article "Half of 1L Students Are Still at Early Stages of Taking Ownership Over Their Professional Development" is featured in the January 2016 NALP Bulletin.
Professor Neil Hamilton named the inaugural holder of the Holloran Endowed Professorship
The University of St. Thomas recently named Professor Neil Hamilton as the inaugural holder of the Holloran Endowed Professorship - an endowment made possible by a generous $1 million pledge by Medtronic in honor of Tom Holloman's longtime leadership of the company.
Professor Jerry Organ named one of National Jurist's "Most Influential People in Legal Education"
In the Winter 2016 edition of National Jurist, Professor Jerry Organ has been named one of the nation's most influential people in legal education. Check out the issue on stands today!
New Article by Professor Jerry Organ is cover story for Dec. 2015 issue of The Bar Examiner
Professor Jerry Organ's recent article regarding a survey of law students' well-being is the feature cover story for this month's issue of The Bar Examiner.
New blog post by Professor Neil Hamilton now available at ABA for Law Students website
The Holloran Center Director, Professor Neil Hamilton, has released a new blog post at the ABA for Law Students website regarding The Roadmap as the key to success in a law student's employment and career advancement.
MPR posts the Kirk Hanson rebroadcast online!
Missed the Kirk Hanson rebroadcast by MPR? Check it out here!
MPR airing the Kirk Hanson lecture at noon and 9 P.M. Friday!!
MPR is airing the Kirk Hanson talk on ethics at noon and 9 p.m Friday, October 23.
Order the ROADMAP now!
The ROADMAP is now available to order online from ABA Books and Amazon!
NALP Publishes Review of Prof. Neil Hamilton's ROADMAP Book.
The National Association for Law Placement publishes a review of Prof. Neil Hamilton's book, ROADMAP: The Law Student's Guide to Preparing and Implementing a successful Plan for Meaningful Employment.
Louis Bilionis, Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law at University of Cincinnati College of Law, Appointed New Holloran Center Fellow
The University of St. Thomas School of Law's Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions is pleased to announce the appointment of Louis Bilionis, Professor of Law and Dean Emeritus at the University of Cincinnati College of Law as a Fellow of the Holloran Center.
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