The University of St. Thomas Law Journal is the School of Law’s flagship law review. It seeks to embody the school’s unique mission by publishing excellent legal scholarship that promotes ethical actions, the integration of faith and reason, and social justice. The Law Journal’s Latin subtitle, which translates into “faith and justice,” is a core foundation of the works we publish and the symposia we host each year.
Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1 (2013)
Empirical Evidence That Legal Education Can Foster Student Professionalism/Professional Formation to Become an Effective Lawyer
Neil W. Hamilton, Verna E. Monson, and Jerome M. Organ
Money and Meaning: the Moral Economy of Law Firm Compensation
Milton C. Regan Jr. and Lisa H. Rohrer
Adopting Law Firm Management System to Survive and Thrive: A Study of the Australian Approach to Management-Based Regulation
Susan Fortney and Tahlia Gordon
Leadership Education: Who Enrolls and How it Helps
Heather Bock, Lori Berman, and Juliet Aiken
Rich, Smart, Honest?: Does Success Lead to Unethical Lawyering?
Jeremy Kidd and Michael Krauss
Gaining From the System: Lessons From the Law School Survey of Student Engagement about Student Development in Law School
Carole Silver, Louis Rocconi, Heather Haeger, and Lindsay Watkins
Cooperation-Competition and Constructive Controversy in Developing Professional Ethics in Law School Classes
David W. Johnson, Roger T. Johnson, and Verna Monson