University of St. Thomas School of Law
|University of St. Thomas School of Law|
|Parent school||University of St. Thomas|
|Location||Minneapolis, MN, US|
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The University of St. Thomas School of Law is a part of the University of St. Thomas (Minnesota). After being founded in 1923, the Depression and decline after World War I forced its closure in 1933. The School of Law was re-opened in 1999 after a 66-year hiatus, accepting its "first class" of 120 students in fall 2001. Upon re-opening in 1999, the School of Law became the fourth law school in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, joining the University of Minnesota Law School, William Mitchell College of Law, and Hamline University School of Law.