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Associate Academic Dean and Professor Larry Cunningham gave a talk recently on law student professional development at the National Association for Law Placement’s 2014 Annual Education Conference in Seattle, WA.
For the fourth consecutive year, 12 St. John's Law students had an exceptional opportunity to learn about law and advocacy in their highest form when they traveled to Washington, D.C. to attend oral arguments in the United States Supreme Court.
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.
Christine Lazaro, Director of the Law School's Securities Arbitration Clinic, weighs in on possible remedies in more than 30 cases overseen by a former FINRA arbitrator who falsely claimed to be a lawyer.
The clinical legal education program at St. John’s Law embodies and animates St. Vincent de Paul’s zeal for serving the poor. Through clinics offered in house and in partnership with outside organizations, students build essential lawyering skills. Clinic students and directors gathered recently to share their experiences in the program with Rev. Hugh O'Donnell, C.M., the Vincentian Chair for Social Justice and Board of Trustee member, and Rev. Gerard Luttenberger, C.M., Executive Vice President for Mission at St. John’s University.
Lawrence E. Walsh, who died on March 19 at age 102, was the 1980s Iran-Contra “independent counsel,” the special prosecutor of the biggest White House scandal and range of crimes since Watergate.

Epsilon Kappa, the St. John’s chapter of Sigma Delta Pi, the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a series of events planned from April 2-23...

Patients might trust their provider to steer them into the best deal, without knowing that a paid endorsement influenced the provider's choice.
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.
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.

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