It's the underdog of United States currency that was first introduced in 1862. Shunned by many merchants, beloved by collectors of U.S. Bicentennial mementos, the $2 bill is making a comeback of sorts these days in the hands of hip hop stars, pop musicians, former presidents, and average citizens nationwide. Quietly behind the scene of the resurgence is Steven J. Reisman '90.
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Charged with robbery, grand larceny, and assault, but maintaining his innocence, Kalief Browder spent more than a thousand days confined on Rikers Island awaiting a trial that never took place.
October 24, 2014
Women in business face the unique challenge of juggling a successful home life while simultaneously excelling in the professional world.
October 22, 2014
Earlier this month, St. John’s Law hosted a talk on hot topics related to the SEC’s current and future enforcement efforts. Moderated by Professor Michael Perino, the conversation featured SEC Enforcement Division Director Andrew J. Ceresney and Robert E. Rice ‘87, chief counsel to SEC Chair Mary Jo White.
October 17, 2014
New York Law Journal Honors Roy L. Reardon '54, '00HON and Judy Harris Kluger '77 as Lawyers Who Lead by Example
October 15, 2014
The NYLJ presents Lawyers Who Lead by Example awards annually in recognition of attorneys who share their vision for a better world and a passion to work, either publicly or behind the scenes, to solve problems facing the profession and fight injustice.
October 9, 2014
Former St. John's Law Professor David D. Siegel, who authored many leading works of commentary on New York Practice and Procedure, died today at age 82.
Looking back on his upbringing in the former Czechoslovakia, Zdenko Durove credits his parents for giving him a typical childhood. From his early education, to his musical pursuits in a rock band, to earning his LL.B. and LL.M. from Matej Bel University, School of Law, EU in Slovakia, he moved through life with a solid sense of his abilities.