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Cardinal Edward M. Egan, a former archbishop of New York and a friend to St. John's Law, died on Thursday at age 82.
Should Ferguson's police chief step down in the wake of a federal report finding rampant issues in his police force? Professor Larry Cunningham says "absolutely."
Jason Pachter '17 spent the better part of the last decade as Jason Shain, a New York-bred folk rocker with a strong stage presence and a musical style that critics called reminiscent of some of the greats—Dylan, Springsteen, Browne, Young, and Mellencamp. He brings the staunch work ethic and creative perspective of a singer-songwriter to his studies at St. John's Law.
Lebaton Sucharow has been named to The National Law Journal's 2015 Plaintiffs' Hot List. The story profiling the firm's recent successes features Christopher Keller '97, a partner on the team that came to the rescue of pension fund shareholders and helped to secure a $265 million settlement in a case stemming from the death of 29 miners in the Upper Big Branch Mine.
Fact and fiction blurred when Richard V. Licata '73, a working actor who also practices law in New York, portrayed the U.S. Supreme Court's chief justice in an episode of House of Cards, Netflix's acclaimed online series.
Was storied venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins an insular boys' club where women were unduly excluded? Prof. David l. Gregory, Executive Director of the Center for Labor and Employment Law, weighs in on the ongoing gender discrimination case.
St. John's Law excels in 2014 in the annual rankings of law schools having the most alumni promoted to partner.
Earlier this week, Professor Mark L. Movsesian—director of the Law School’s Center for Law and Religion—participated in a panel program on “The Evolution and Implications of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act” at the Federal Bar Council’s annual Winter Bench & Bar Conference.
Investigators are probing whether UBS Group AG illegally used unregistered securities while the bank was still bound by a deferred-prosecution agreement. Professor Michael Perino weighs in.
James Garrity, a partner in the law firm Morgan Lewis & Bockius, is returning to the bench as a U.S. bankruptcy judge in New York after more than a 15-year absence, court officials announced on Wednesday.

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