The trip began on the East Coast,, the Office of Alumni Relations, Office of Gift Planning and The President’s Office got out of the cold and headed down to the Sunshine State for a series of gatherings with alumni/donors throughout the East and West Coasts of Florida.
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April 15, 2015
Throughout its history, the Journal of Civil Rights and Economic Development has offered a forum for illuminating and discussing critical issues of racial, economic, and social justice. This year, the student-run publication of the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development proudly celebrates its 30th anniversary.
Welcoming Quentin Williams '91 Home to Alma Mater, St. John’s Law Continues Its Conversation on Race and the Law
April 9, 2015
Sharing his life experience and insights from his new book, M. Quentin B.L. Williams '91 returned to alma mater recently to help lead the Law School's ongoing dialogue on race and the law.
The St. John’s Law community came out in force at the 19th annual Public Interest Auction, raising over $95,000 to fund public interest fellowships and other public service initiatives at the Law School.
Former New York State Supreme Court Judge Patricia DiMango '80 is one of the stars of the new, breakout syndication hit, "Hot Bench."
March 25, 2015
Alumni dedication, long a hallmark of St. John’s Law, is the bedrock of an ongoing initiative to build endowed scholarships that help bring the best and the brightest to the Law School and to keep tuition affordable. Last week, the Law School celebrated its endowed scholarship donors and scholarship recipients at a special event held at Mayer Brown.
From Crain's New York: Continuing to Buck National Trends, St. John's Law is Making Strides Along Measures That Matter Most
March 23, 2015
With a bold new strategic plan in place, St. John's Law is making strides with unprecedented alumni giving, a relentless focus on career development, and impressive outcome measures.
March 20, 2015
March 17, 2015
On Tuesday, March 31, 2015, the Law School will continue its dialogue on race and the law with “An Evening with Quentin Williams: The Conversation Continues.” The program will feature M. Quentin B.L. Williams ’91, who will discuss his new book, A Survival Guide: How Not to Get Killed by the Police, Part I.