The Missouri Bar and Saint Louis University School of Law present the spring 2011 session of Mini Law School for the Public, a six-week program to educate the general public about legal issues that affect everyone.
Mini Law School for the Public is designed to help the community understand the legal framework in our society to receive the full benefit of the law.
Each week, classes will cover important topics including: the First Amendment, workers' compensation, immigration and the court system. Since 2009, Saint Louis University School of Law has partnered with the Missouri Bar to bring this important educational opportunity to the public.
The spring session begins March 9, and classes will be taught by distinguished practicing attorneys, judges, and law professors including School of Law professor Chad Flanders. The final class session on April 13 will feature Chief Justice William Ray Price, Jr., of the Supreme Court of Missouri.
Mini Law School for the Public is open to the public and the cost for the six-week program is $25, which includes all course materials.
Sessions take place beginning March 9 and run each Wednesday from 7-9 p.m.
Classes will be held in Morrissey Hall room 303 at the Saint Louis University School of Law. Participants will receive a certificate recognizing their completion of the program.
To register for the Mini Law School for the Public call the Missouri Bar at (866) 366-0270 ext. 101, or visit www.mobar.org/minilawschool.