Each year the University of St. Thomas Law Journal hosts two symposia and one Editor-in-Chief lecture. One symposium is held each semester, and the Editor-in-Chief lecture generally occurs in the fall. Each symposium features up to 15 presenters, most of whom write an article related to the symposium topic for publication in the Law Journal.  

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Recent and Upcoming Symposia

Spring 2018 Symposium: Religious Freedom and the Common Good

Co-Sponsored by the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion; the Univeristy of St. Thomas Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law, and Public Policy; and the Religious Freedom Institute

Fall 2018 Symposium: Anti-Trust Laws in the Age of Trump