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An internet-based service application that increases efficiency for trade shows and a martial arts afterschool program were among the business ideas being pitched by budding entrepreneurs who competed for $16,000 in prizes during this year’s Fifth Annual James and Eileen Christmas Business Plan Competition and Expo on Saturday, April 5, 2014 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm in the D’Angelo Center, Queens Campus.
This semester, the Center for Law and Religion teamed with Villanova Law School to host the first “Joint Colloquium in Law and Religion.”
Jonathan T. Hughes, Ph.D., professor of educational management, is one of four Long Islanders to receive a 2014 Education Partner Award.
The Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development (JCRED)—the student-run journal of The Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development—provides a written forum for exploring and commenting on pressing issues of racial, social, and economic justice.
As guest columnists at JURIST, St. John's Law Professors Leonard M. Baynes and David L. Gregory discuss the 50th anniversary of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act and the interplay of racial and economic justice.
The ancient culture and modern geopolitical and economic issues of Kazakhstan will be examined at an Academic Lecture Series discussion entitled, Kazakhstan: Past, Present and Future.
Jamaican-born author and motivational speaker Devon Harris shared the story of his unlikely path to becoming a three-time Olympic bobsledder in a lively lecture as part of the University’s Caribbean Writers Series.
Reflecting St. John’s Catholic and Vincentian heritage, Hugh Evans, chief executive officer, Global Poverty Project, and David Ushery, news anchor at WNBC-TV, will deliver the University’s 144th Commencement Addresses at the Queens and Staten Island campuses.
In the face of a changing legal profession and the challenges confronting law schools across the country, St. John’s Law remains steadfast in its commitment to opening its doors to a highly qualified and highly diverse student body.

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