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The St. John's University community gathered to honor Professor David L. Gregory’s life and career of service, as he became the first-ever Law School faculty member to receive the prestigious Vincentian Mission Award.
Leading scholars in the fields of law, religion, politics, and ethics came together at St. John’s Law for a Constitution Day symposium on “Religious Freedom Today.”
When St. John’s School of Law opened in downtown Brooklyn on September 28, 1925, it fulfilled a long-standing dream of Reverend John W. Moore, C.M.
When Kevin Jones walked into St. John’s Law for his first evening program class, it was a homecoming of sorts.
Naffie Lamin '17 learned a lot about injustice as a child in her native country, The Gambia.
Furthering its commitment to offering students an outstanding legal education and to fostering significant legal scholarship, St. John’s Law welcomed two new faculty members this fall.
"There’s a credibility and sense of trust that comes from overcoming impossible odds. I’ve been fortunate enough to have had that experience.” -- Jamel Oeser-Sweat '01
When St. John’s Law first opened its doors in 1925, the local press noted its first class came from “all walks of life,” representing “every nationality, creed, cult, age and section” of the city.
"Capitalism lifts standards of living — but regulated capitalism keeps us well enough to enjoy a higher standard of living," says St. John's Law Professor Jeff Sovern in this op ed from the New York Times DealBook.
Participants in the Summer 2016 Ronald H. Brown Law School Prep Program for College students came together earlier this month for a closing ceremony celebrating their success in the flagship pipeline program of the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights.