Legal Roundtable: Mike Wolff, SLU law school dean, announces his intention to retire
On Monday’s St. Louis on the Air, host Don Marsh led a panel of local legal experts in a conversation about the month’s most pressing news about the law.
Joining the discussion was the dean of the Saint Louis University School of Law, Mike Wolff, who recently announced his intention to retire from the position. Wolff served for 13 years on the Missouri Supreme Court and as its Chief Justice from 2005-2007. He does not currently have a date set for his retirement.
Joining the discussion:
- William Freivogel, J.D., Professor, School of Journalism, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
- Mark Smith, J.D., Associate Vice Chancellor of Students, Washington University
- Mike Wolff, J.D., Dean, Saint Louis University School of Law
Among the issues they discussed:
- Possible investigation into Bob McCulloch’s handling of the Ferguson grand jury
- SLU law students who defeated Ferguson’s prosecutors in cases against protesters
- Journalists settle over Ferguson arrests
- Race-based transfers
- Former St. Louis police officer charged with murder five years later
- St. Louis Public Schools' effort to recover $42 million in sales tax sent to charter schools
- Potential Supreme Court Justice nominees
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