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"Looking Forward: Legal Education in the 21st Century"
Officially installed on September 10, together with Michael D. Jones, partner at Kirkland and Ellis LLP's DC office, he will lead an influential board of over 200 members.
The Law School community lost one of its newest members when Lauren Nicole Marcus — a 1L who had just finished her first week of classes — succumbed to injuries sustained in a tragic accident.
A diverse group of 30 bankruptcy judges, lawyers, financial professionals, and practicing mediators participated in the program to apply their bankruptcy expertise.
“Many of our students choose to practice commercial litigation, and a course focusing on this court will provide them with a valuable means to learn more about practice in, and unique issues confronting, this forum.”
A group of lawyers that represents investors in claims against brokers wants to have more influence in the halls of Congress.

Brian Jarmain ‘98 arrived at St. John’s Law intent on a career in the investment industry. His interest in the field was sparked by his prior work as a corporate paralegal at Davis...

President Barack Obama has nominated George J. Tsunis ’92 as the United States Ambassador to Norway. The appointment is pending confirmation hearings in the U.S. Senate.

A team from the St. John’s Law Moot Court Honor Society took second place at the Emory Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition. The team included David Hommel ’14, Andrew...

On Friday, November 22, 2013, students in the Law School’s Securities Arbitration Clinic participated in a mock arbitration at the New York City office of the Financial Industry Regulatory...