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Incoming STU Law Professor Kevin Frazier Selected for Auschwitz Professional Ethics Fellowship Program

By April 12, 2023College of Law

The St. Thomas University Benjamin L. Crump College of Law is pleased to announce that Professor Kevin Frazier, an incoming Assistant Professor of Law (Fall 2023), is one of fourteen law fellows selected for Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE).

Professor Frazier and the other fellows will spend two weeks in Germany and Poland examining how lawyers responded to and participated in German society from 1933 – 1945. Fellows will then be challenged to explore the ethical issues facing the legal profession today.

This experience will build on Professor Frazier’s legal scholarship exploring how the past informs contemporary legal practices and has influenced legal institutions. For example, he has a forthcoming article on the connection between corruption and movements to reform judicial selection and retention systems. He recently published an article on Resolving the Public Land Paradox: Exposing Landlocked School Trust Lands as a Breach of Trust in the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (2023). Professor Frazier looks forward to sharing his FASPE experience with the entire St. Thomas University community, which has long championed ethical leadership.

Professor Frazier serves as a Clerk to Chief Justice McGrath on the Montana Supreme Court. He is a proud graduate of the University of Oregon (B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 2015), the UC Berkeley School of Law (J.D., Order of the Coif, 2022), and the Harvard Kennedy School (M.P.A., 2022).

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