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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.
There is an ongoing national debate about the "religious objections" to vaccines claimed by parents. According to Professor Mark l. Movsesian, director of the Law School's Center for Law and Religion, these objections are really grounded in personal belief, rather than religion.
For the first time in eight years, a team from St. John’s Law advanced past the first round of the National Baseball Arbitration Competition held at Tulane University Law School.
Service to country and community has been a cornerstone of Gene Dirks’ professional life since he enlisted in the US Army in 2004. He demonstrates that same staunch commitment as he pursues a dual degree at St. John's.
Over 300 alumni, faculty, administrators, friends, and students came together at the New York Hilton on January 30, 2015 for the Law School Alumni Association’s annual luncheon, honroing Steven J. Gartner ‘84 and Esterina Giuliani ‘06.
St. John’s Law students took top honors in two student competitions sponsored by the New York State Bar Association’s (NYSBA) Labor and Employment Law Section.
During the January intersession, St. John's Law 1Ls learned the art and practice of negotiation hands on in the new, required Lawyering course.
"We are the change that we seek." On January 20, 2015, St. John's Law students and faculty came together to share perspectives on race, justice, and the law.
Fifteen St. John’s Law students explored Ireland’s legal system, history, and culture as participants in the 10-day Dean’s Travel Study Program held during the January intersession.
Professor Jeff Sovern argues that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau should ban arbitration clauses in boilerplate consumer contracts because people generally don't understand them.

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