School of Law Centers and Institutes
The Holloran Center is one of 13 national centers in law schools devoted to ethics and professionalism that is recognized by the American Bar Association's (ABA) Center for Professional Responsibility.
The Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy is a collaboration between the Center for Catholic Studies and the School of Law at the University of St. Thomas. The Institute explores the various interactions between law and Catholic thought.
The Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services is among the first of its kind in the country through which faculty and students from the disciplines of law, psychology, and social work collaborate to help clients in need.
The Prolife Center’s mission is to provide training and education for passionate prolife law students and attorneys.
The International Dispute Resolution Research Network (IDRR Network) is a community of experts, stakeholders, and academics from all corners of the globe engaged in a partnership dedicated to sharing knowledge in the dynamic field of dispute prevention and resolution.
The Infinity Project’s mission is to increase the gender diversity of the state and federal bench to ensure the quality of justice in the Eighth Circuit. It seeks to advance this mission by creating public awareness for the lack of and importance of gender equity on the bench.
Grounded in the Catholic intellectual tradition, the Initiative on Restorative Justice and Healing at the University of St. Thomas School of Law seeks to name, and help heal harm, that results from institutional and leadership failures, racial injustice and polarization.