St. Thomas School of Law Viewbook


Compete toSharpenYour Edge Through moot court, trial advocacy and negotiations competitions, you will have opportunities to put your written and oral advocacy skills to the test on a national stage. Not only do these competitions give you exposure before distinguished members of the bench and bar, they also help you practice and perfect some of the most important skills employers seek.

thought. Both bring to light discussions of morality and social justice. Engage in Student Life You can join any of 35 active student organizations led

by an engaging team of student government leaders, including: • Employment and Labor Law Association • Sua Sponte Improv Comedy Troupe • Student Intellectual Property Law Association • Environmental Law Society • Black Law Students Association • Fightin’ Apostles Hockey Team Study Around the World

St. Thomas Law students have studied abroad in many areas of the world, from South America to Europe to Asia and Africa. We also partner with Pázmány Péter Catholic University to offer a summer study abroad program in Budapest, Hungary.

Write for Academic Journals As a law student, you can hone your legal research and writing skills in one of two journals: the University of St. Thomas Law Journal, the official academic journal of St. Thomas Law, or the University of St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy, a publication focused on conservative legal


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