St. Thomas School of Law Viewbook

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Bitcoin in the Classroom Professor Wulf Kaal is the global leader in blockchain innovation in law and corporate governance. He places law students on the front line to answer crypto inquiries, and has helped make powerful connections that have turned into internships and permanent jobs. Global Dispute Resolution Professor Mariana H.C. Gonstead is leading efforts to establish dispute resolution across the developing world. Law students work alongside Gonstead as part of her International Dispute Resolution Research Network, a community of experts, stakeholders and academics from all corners of the globe who are dedicated to sharing knowledge in dispute prevention and resolution. Collaborative on Ending Police Brutality The St. Thomas Community Justice Project, led by Professor Carl Warren, is coordinating a project to end police brutality. The endeavor brings together students, staff and faculty to, among other things, identify and evaluate potential solutions to policies, practices and conditions that facilitate or perpetuate police brutality against Black Americans, including the disproportionate use of deadly force; and share and disseminate information about possible action steps that can be taken to accomplish positive change on these issues.

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