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San Antonio's law school

Campus Life

Get to know San Antonio and celebrate the St. Mary's Law community through special events, spiritual development, student organizations and commencement.

Student organizations

St. Mary’s Law has nearly 40 student organizations. From the Carlos Cadena Legal Dining Society to the Board of Advocates. Find one that’s the right fit for you.

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Carlos Cadena Dining Society

Events

Red Mass 2015

Signature events and conferences create a vibrant culture at St. Mary’s Law.

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Life in San Antonio

Get to know the seventh largest city in the nation.

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San Antonio skyline

Spiritual life

Students walk by statue

St. Mary’s Catholic and Marianist mission challenges each student with quality legal education and skills for the future that integrate faith, community, and a commitment to service and justice.

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Commencement and hooding

Celebrate our graduates at the School of Law Commencement in May and the Hooding Ceremony in December.
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Graduates enjoy the 2016 law commencement

St. Mary's Law Courtroom

law courtroom

St. Mary’s courtroom — one of the most technologically advanced courtrooms in the country — is a modular design that allows for multiple configurations. It may be adjusted to accommodate jury trials, appellate court arguments or student-led events.

Watch Professor David A. Schlueter explain the use of technology at St. Mary’s University School of Law Advocacy Program.

The courtroom features six cameras to record proceedings with the capability to output multiple camera angles to DVD or webcast streaming. Thanks to a $300,000 donation from the AT&T Foundation, proceedings can be webcast and remote testimony can be shown in the courtroom.

Electronic evidence can be fed into the courtroom presentation system from laptops, document cameras, DVDs or digital whiteboards. Evidence is presented on a large projection display, an in-wall plasma display, and to flatscreen monitors at the bench, tables and in the jury box.

The video is fully routable for display on select sources, all sources, or none through an interactive touchscreen system. Studio-quality lighting is also fully computer controlled.

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