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December 1, 2015
"The U.S. treatment of Cuba is unique in all of international property law" notes Professor Jeremy Sheff in this Reuters story.
Nearly 200 low-income and first-generation college students will have a better chance of completing their college education, thanks in part to a grant awarded to St. John’s by the US Department of Education.
Librarians and archivists are in a unique position to help move the needle of societal change forward.
Extolling the benefits of weaving technology into teaching, 31 St. John’s faculty members presented on various ways of achieving that goal at the University’s first annual Fall Technology Forum.
TiVo, the popular digital video recording service, is now sharing customer data. In this Los Angeles Times story, Professor Jeff Sovern, an expert on consumer protection law, weighs in on the privacy implications.
In an October 29, 2015 ceremony marking National Pro Bono Celebration Week, the New York State Courts Access to Justice Program honored (or recognized) Victoria M. Hill '17 for her outstanding pro bono service in the Queens Civil Court Volunteer Lawyer for the Day Program.

Michael A. Simons, J.D., dean of St. John’s School of Law and John V. Brennan Professor of Law and Ethics, joined St. John’s in 1998. Like his father before him (Andrew J. Simons...

Inspired by the work of Brandon Stanton, whose Humans of New York blog, and New York Times best-seller of the same title, provide a daily glimpse into the lives of strangers in New York; St. John’s University has launched its own #HumansofSJU campaign.