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St. John’s University School of Law and the St. John’s Center for International and Comparative Law are pleased to announce their formal affiliation with the Chinese Business Lawyers Association.
St. John's Law is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. To mark the milestone, the Fall 2015 issue of its alumni magazine chronicles the Law School's rich history in words and images. This is a preview of the issue's cover story on the Law School's founding and early commitment to fostering diversity and inclusion in the profession.
In this candid and beautifully written dispatch from Kabul, Jessica Wright '14 shares insights on issues of law and religion in the context of practicing law in the Islamic Republic.
In this first-person account, Professor David L. Gregory reflects on Pope Francis' recent remarks to the U.S. Congress about activist and Catholic Worker Movement founder Dorothy Day.
Strong and diverse, the new 1L class has completed its first month at St. John's Law with flying colors.
"[T]he Federal Trade Commission merely requires that companies live up to the terms of whatever they put in their privacy policies. . . . If a company doesn't promise to keep your information private, it generally doesn't have to," [Professor Jeff Sovern] said.
Dean Michael A. Simons and the Law School family mourn the passing of an extraordinary man and a generous benefactor of St. John’s Law, Jerome R. Belson ’48L, ’80HON. He was 90 and died peacefully of natural causes.
The Law School’s Center for Law and Religion has appointed two student fellows for 2015-2016: Stephanie Cipolla '16 and Christina Vlahos '17.
Christopher Atlee F. Arcitio ‘17 has earned Cole Schotz P.C.’s 2015 Diversity Scholarship Award in recognition of his determination to pursue a career in law and ongoing effort to support other minority students in the same pursuit.
On Monday, September 21, 2015, the Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development will proudly present a talk with acclaimed author, speaker, and public interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson on American Injustice: Mercy, Humanity and Making a Difference.