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
'The most challenging issues facing compliance professionals today are not black and white, but shades of gray,' according to School of Law Dean Robert Vischer. Several alumni working in the field give voice to this issue.
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St. Thomas Newsroom   author
School of Law adjunct professor Santo Cruz shares his thoughts on Cuba.
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St. Thomas Newsroom   author
School of Law professor Robert Delahunty brings expertise from far and wide to our university.
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Kate Norlander '07 M.B.C.   author
Alumni help promote the School of Law's commitment to solidarity.
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Jamie Bernard '17   author
Several law graduates have worked with tribes as they struggle with sovereignty and U.S. government legal issues.
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St. Thomas Newsroom   author
School of Law Dean and Mengler Chair in Law Robert Vischer discusses the importance of solidarity.
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Mark Brown   author
Law students share their stories about working with the immigration clients of the University of St. Thomas Legal Services Clinic.
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Jamie Bernard '17   author
Amanda Mortwedt Oh '12 works to protect and promote human rights in North Korean political prison camps.
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St. Thomas Newsroom   author
Women have reached the highest levels of the legal profession, but bias still affects job application processes and performance evaluations at law firms.
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Kate Norlander '07 M.B.C.   author
Four School of Law students spent the summer as Public Interest Law Fellows.
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