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In May of 2015, College of Professional Studies’ (CPS) Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director for the Division of Sport Management, David P. Hedlund, Ph.D., recently undertook a Visiting Professor opportunity in New Zealand, in collaboration with Auckland University of Technology.
More than 200 friends and relatives joined the 41 students receiving their graduate degrees during the 19th annual Commencement Exercises at the University’s international campus in Rome, Italy.
Students, faculty, and administrators joined diplomats, community leaders, and scholars for a two-day conference that explored the economic and social ramifications of rising Hispanic immigration to the United States.
The Tobin Collge of Business hosted receptions in Shanghai and Beijing, China to reconnect alumni and mingle with prospective students.
Twenty undergraduate students from St. John’s Staten Island campus took a behind-the-scenes look at law enforcement and social justice in Italy when they traveled to Rome in December as part of the inaugural Vice Provost’s International Fellowship.
Fifteen St. John’s Law students explored Ireland’s legal system, history, and culture as participants in the 10-day Dean’s Travel Study Program held during the January intersession.
Professor Annika Rudman of Stellenbosch University in South Africa will spend the Spring 2015 semester at St. John’s Law as the inaugural International Association of Law Schools (IALS) Visiting Professor.
More than four dozen people are facing punishment for free speech violations in the wake of the Paris attacks. Rosemary C. Salomone, St. John's Kenneth Wang Professor of Law, offers perspective.
While many of their peers at other law schools are still on break, St. John’s Law students are hard at work honing their writing, dispute resolution, trial advocacy, drafting, and other practical skills through a new suite of intersession courses.
Ask your typical seventh grader what he or she wants to be and international lawyer probably won’t top the list. Not so for Asena May, who refers to this particular vocation as “a lifelong passion and pursuit,” adding, “The world just makes more sense when looked at through a legal lens.”

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