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Students in the Law School’s Consumer Justice for the Elderly: Litigation Clinic are working on the front line of consumer protection. They recently had a unique opportunity to share their work with Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a federal watchdog agency that's shaping law and policy in this arena.
Mary Kay Vyskocil '83, a partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, is one of five attorneys in private practice and two sitting appellate judges selected by the state Commission on Judicial Nomination as candidates to fill the vacancy on the New York Court of Appeals.
To honor Giving Tuesday 2014 tomorrow, St. John's Law is conducting a one-day fundraising campaign #GivingTuesdaySJULaw.
Plains Dealer consumer affairs columnist Sheryl Harris reports on a consumer contract arbitration clause study conducted recently by St. John's Law faculty members.
At a recent event that brought alumni, students, faculty, and friends of the Law School together at St. John’s new Manhattan campus, Professor Mark L. Movsesian discussed the ongoing plight of Mideast Christians.
Real estate investment trust Rayonier Inc. faces class-action lawsuits on behalf of shareholders claiming that the company violated federal securities laws. Professor Michael Perino weighs in on the prospects for settlement.
Earlier this month, the Intellectual Property Law Center (IPLC) held its inaugural conference, bringing students, faculty, and leading experts together for a discussion about the legal implications of intelligent machines.
On November 6, 2014, over 220 alumni from the Classes of 1974, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999 and 2004 came togethe for Reunion 2014.
That day, people nationwide will join together to celebrate giving and to make a difference in communities and causes that they care about.
When Michał Pietkiewicz received a grant co-financed by the European Union under the European Social Fund, he was eager to find an American law school where he could spend three weeks studying the teaching, pedagogy, and daily work of its faculty. St. John's Law welcomed him as a visiting scholar.

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