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Should Attorney General Jeff Sessions recuse himself from any investigations into Trump associates’ ties to Russia? Professor John Q. Barrett weighs in at The Atlantic.
This weekend, St. John's emerged from a field of 18 teams to advance to the quarterfinals of the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition's northeast regionals.
"John Q. Barrett, a law professor at St. John's University in New York, said being nominated to the court is like moving into a historic house."
St. John's Law is pleased to introduce our new chaplain, Rev. John W. Gouldrick, C.M., who joined us last month.
At its annual Alumni Association Luncheon last week, the Law School honored Hon. Joseph W. Bellacosa '61, '87HON and EJ Thorsen '08.
Professors Andrea Cann Chandrasekher and David Horton of UC Davis School of Law (King Hall) will receive the 2017 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award for their groundbreaking research on consumer arbitration.
Sarah Silverhardt '17 and Leigha Ann Weiss '16 are the winners of the Journal for Civil Rights and Economic Development's 2016-2017 Best Notes Award.
When Ray Mechmann ’17 starts his NYPD Law Graduate Fellowship this fall, he’ll continue a family tradition of sorts.
St. John’s Law students and Dean Michael A. Simons explored China’s legal system, history, and culture through a nine-day Dean’s Travel Study Program held during the January intersession.
The required 1L Lawyering course focuses on negotiation skills and the companion skills of interviewing clients and drafting agreements—core competencies for lawyers.