Law Library Association of St. Louis

Law Library Association of St. Louis-Where members of the bench, bar and public come for top quality programs and legal research tools

Where members of the bench, bar and public come for top quality programs and legal research tools.



Join Us for Upcoming CLE Programs

Find out more about our CLE series and sign up today for upcoming programs.

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Slavery in St. Louis and The Freedom Suits

Join us to see two connected exhibits focused on slavery. Slavery in St. Louis is a traveling exhibit created by the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site. The Freedom Suits is an exhibit created for the Law Library Association by the Missouri State Archives.

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Special Juneteenth event a Huge Success

Thanks to those who came!

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One Person, No Vote by Carol Anderson

In gripping, enlightening detail author Carol Anderson explains how voter suppression works, from photo ID requirements to gerrymandering to poll closures. And with vivid characters, she explores the resistance: the organizing, activism, and court battles to restore the basic right to vote to all Americans.


Professor Morgan Hazelton, Esq.

Preview of the 2024-25 U.S. Supreme Court Term

What hot button and high-profile cases will be coming before the U.S. Supreme Court when the new term begins on October 7? Find out at this timely CLE.

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Beat the Drum for Justice: How the 19th Century Supreme Court shaped racial issues in the 21st Century

A historical examination of racial injustice in America and the hope created by emancipation, the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments, and Reconstruction. Our speaker will explore the demise of Reconstruction, with an emphasis on the Supreme Court cases that failed to protect the rights embodied in the War Amendments, leading to Jim Crow, segregation, and the racial issues we have today.