St. Thomas Lawyer Magazine

St. Thomas Lawyer is the flagship publication of the University of St. Thomas School of Law. Published twice a year, it is available in print at the School of Law. Individual stories also are published online in the St. Thomas Newsroom.

St. Thomas Lawyer

Patty Petersen   author
Kathleen Blatz, Minnesota's first female Supreme Court chief justice, says she never set out to accomplish the extraordinary.
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Patty Petersen   author
Nationwide studies show women are paid less, promoted less and are represented less in high-ranking positions compared to their male colleagues in the law profession.
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Patty Petersen   author
Mariana Vielma J.D. is only the fifth Latina woman appointed to the bench in Adams County, Colorado, where more than 21% of the population is Hispanic or Latino.
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Patty Petersen   author
Sandra Mercado Azurin, an LL.M. in U.S. Law student, is making a difference for future female Peruvian St. Thomas Law students.
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Patty Petersen   author
Lisa Brabbit from the School of Law remembers her mentor Judge Diana Murphy.
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Patty Petersen   author
Shana Tomenes 3L was chosen for the scholarship in recognition of her many achievements. Next year she will clerk on the Minnesota Supreme Court.
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Patty Petersen   author
School of Law Dean Robert Vischer comments on the difficult path that many women still experience in legal practice.
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Patty Petersen   author
Elizabeth Bakewicz '07 J.D. is a spokesperson in the fight against physician-assisted suicide.
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Jordan Osterman '11   author
Tom Alford '07 J.D. is one of the youngest judges in U.S. Military.
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Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
St. Thomas Law alumni strengthen their communities through advocacy and leadership
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