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Dean Simons takes a Convocation selfie
The Law School’s newest students are part of a close-knit community of classmates, faculty, administrators, and alumni.
Ashana Nandram '18 is the recipient of the New York Intellectual Property Law Association’s 2017 Hon. Giles S. Rich Diversity Scholarship
When she stepped into the Queens Family Courtroom last week for the long-awaited hearing, rising 3L Anjelica Mantikas knew that the stakes were incredibly high.
Hofstra Law Professor Akilah Folami helped to launch the Summer 2017 Ron Brown Prep Program with a riveting luncheon series talk
“We make the transfer admissions process as seamless as possible,” says Theresa Hallet, the Law School’s senior director of admissions.
Incoming 1Ls spend their first two weeks of study preparing for the scope and rigor of a legal education in the highly innovative Introduction to Law course
“You have earned the right to be enormously proud of what you’ve accomplished. Today you embark on the noblest of professions with so much promise.” That was the message Hon. Janet DiFiore ’81L, Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals and the State of New York, relayed to graduates during her address at the annual St. John’s University School of Law Commencement Exercises.
With the range of offerings coordinated by the Intellectual Property Law Center, St. John’s Law students interested in IP Law have a well-defined pathway to follow.
On Sunday, June 4, 2017 St. John's Law held its Commencement Exercises for the 147th academic year.
Opinion: The legal profession needs some major changes to redress the justice gap afflicting low-income and middle-class people.

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