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The Writing Center and Writing Across the Curriculum program have received a certificate of excellence from the Conference on College Composition and Communication, the world’s largest organization dedicated to research, theory, and teaching in the field.
Consumer contracts should not be secrets. Nor should it take hours, much less lawyers, to find them. It should require a mouse click, not a quest.
“In the competitive museum arena, an advanced degree and hands-on professional experience are necessary,” said Susan Rosenberg, Ph.D.
The Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA) recently issued a report co-authored by Christine Lazaro, Acting Director of the Law School’s Securities Arbitration Clinic, on flaws in the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) BrokerCheck disclosure system.
Professor Jeff Sovern pens a NYT letter to the editor supporting enactment of laws obliging information data brokers to disclose to consumers the information they collect about them.
Professor and Associate Dean for International Studies Chris Borgen has shared his expertise on international crises and succession with various international news outlets.
The Georgia State University College of Law overcame a tough challenge from the Mississippi College School of Law to win the 22th Annual Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition. A record 61 teams from law schools around the country competed in New York from March 1-3, 2014 at the nation’s only moot court competition devoted to bankruptcy law.
Adjunct Professor Jonathan S. Sack co-authors a thoughtful piece in the New York Law Journal on the McDonnell case and the line between politics as usual and criminality.
Even as a child, Scott Mesh ’92Ph.D. was attracted to leadership roles—as a Boy Scout, a camp counselor, even a babysitter. Today, Mesh draws upon his ability to mentor others as executive director of one of New York City’s most prominent child services agencies.
Reflecting the University’s focus on fostering a global education and world campus for all students, St. John’s School of Law has launched an academic exchange program with the University of Glasgow School of Law that allows aspiring attorneys from each institution to broaden their legal education on both sides of the Atlantic.

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