Constitutionality of New School Transfer Bill Subject of Interview with Prof. Desnoyer

May 28th, 2014

Currently awaiting action by Gov. Jay Nixon, ’81, a new school transfer bill would modify the current law by allowing students in unaccredited school districts to not only transfer to adjoining accredited districts but also to private,

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What Makes a Great Lawyer: Hooding Ceremony Presentation by Judge Gerald Bard Tjoflat Now Available Online

May 21st, 2014

On May 18, the School of Law welcomed Judge Gerald Bard Tjoflat of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals as the guest speaker at the school’s annual hooding ceremony. Judge Tjoflat is the longest-serving active federal court

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Missouri Bar Public Service Announcement Includes Prof. Abrams and Mizzou Law Alumni

October 24th, 2013

The Missouri Bar produced a 10-minute public service announcement, “The Missouri Plan: A Model for the Nation.” Initially approved by the voters in 1940, the Missouri Plan provides for merit selection of judges to the Supreme Court,

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Alumna Speaks About Post-Trial Criminal Work for Pro Bono Month

October 10th, 2013

Amy Lorenz-Moser, ’00, recently talked to students about her pro bono post-trial criminal work that began at the School of Law when she participated in the Family Violence Clinic as a student. Lorenz-Moser has worked tirelessly to

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Prof. Trachtenberg Discusses Ethics of Law School Marketing with Bloomberg Law TV

September 12th, 2013

Prof. Ben Trachtenberg recently spoke on current issues involving the ethics of law school marketing in an interview with Bloomberg Law TV. These ethical marketing issues caught national attention after two law school administrators were caught and

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