After her personal battle with anxiety, MU law student Jessica Chinnadurai found a way to help classmates struggling with mental health and substance abuse.
The event will be livestreamed on MU’s School of Law and School of Journalism Facebook pages in addition to a live screening in the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute.
Panelists at law school’s free speech symposium share how they handled First Amendment controversies, conflicts
The symposium was held so that people working and learning at colleges can learn from one another’s experiences, Lyrissa Lidsky, dean of the MU School of Law, said.
The Mizzou Law Pro Bono Estate Planning Program will allow eight law students to give pro bono legal services to community members in need.
“Impeachable Offenses” looks into the legal argument both for and against the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Wade served on active duty for 12 years and currently participates in the Missouri National Guard while volunteering in the community.
Lidsky, the 17th School of Law dean, will be the first woman to serve in the position.
Black law student Christopher Hamm: “I see Lloyd Gaines in every single black student that’s in law school. We’re not supposed to be here, and we are… I think we all kind of invoke his name every day we walk through the doors.”
Senior Associate Provost Ken Dean will serve as interim dean.
Wells said investigating students’ social media posts is “not what the Honor Code requires.”
The exhibit will include presentations and events through Oct. 31.
Command Sergeant Major Christopher Greca has served in the United States military for nearly 28 years.
Students in the clinic will act as lawyers and help veterans with the appellate process.
Since the teenager’s death, students and faculty have worked to hold forums on campus.
Myers was one of five finalists for the position.
A search committee narrowed the list down to five prospective candidates.