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Thanks to recent legislation a St. John’s University professor helped develop, New Yorkers now have access to a rescue medication used to prevent accidental death.
This summer, rising 2L Nia Bronner has returned to the Law School's Ronald H. Brown Prep Program as a teaching assistant. “It’s important to me to be part of the program this summer because this is my community,” she says. “I want all 21 students I work with as a teaching assistant to become lawyers one day. I want them to know that they belong in the legal profession and in law school."
Andrew Chang ’16TCB, ’16C is heading to Spain this fall to teach public high school students in Madrid as St. John’s University’s latest Fulbright recipient.
Caitlyn O’Neill '16 recognized a milestone moment that needed to be captured. Taking the lead, she gathered some of her classmates for a special graduation day photo. Like her, most in the group had participated in the Law School’s appellate or trial advocacy programs. And many had worked in local prosecutors’ offices as student externs or clinicians. Come this fall, they’ll all share the same professional title—Assistant District Attorney.
Brandon Turner ’16TCB, who recently graduated from St. John’s University’s Staten Island campus, has been named the recipient of the second annual San Damiano Servant Leadership Award by the Franciscan Mission Service.
A sellout crowd of nearly 200 gathered at Leonard’s Palazzo in Great Neck, NY, to honor outstanding St. John’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences alumni and raise money for scholarships.
Student Government, Inc. (SGI) members raised a record $36,000 in support of scholarships for future seniors who may lack the financial resources to finish their education.

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