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Students earning their LL.B. degree from University of Glasgow come to St. John’s Law for a year of study and immersion in New York City culture and community.
David Falcon '11 has become the first Economic Justice Clinic alumnus to be hired back as a full-time staff attorney at NYLAG, assigned to its new Veterans Project.
"It is very difficult to convict a drug dealer for homicide as a result of selling drugs to someone who later dies," said Larry Cunningham.
“What we’re seeing is that businesses are willing to spend a lot of money to go after online reviewers because, in the end, online reviews could end up having a huge impact on their reputation.”
Outside experts say the lack of help is a concern both for taxpayers and for the government, which may not get all the money it should if people file their taxes incorrectly.
"It's not usually considered a defense that the beneficiaries of racism should keep the lower prices that other groups pay for"
Steinfels is the third person to be selected for the Chair, which was established in 2007 by Peter P. D’Angelo ’78MBA, ’06 HON, and Margaret La Rosa D’Angelo ’70Ed, to enhance intellectual life at the University.
With the implementation of Common Core State Standards, training literacy educators is now a national priority.
"I am extraordinarily excited and energized about the opportunity to return to St. John’s University"
November 14, 2013
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