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Professor and Associate Dean for International Studies Chris Borgen has shared his expertise on international crises and succession with various international news outlets.
The Georgia State University College of Law overcame a tough challenge from the Mississippi College School of Law to win the 22th Annual Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition. A record 61 teams from law schools around the country competed in New York from March 1-3, 2014 at the nation’s only moot court competition devoted to bankruptcy law.
Adjunct Professor Jonathan S. Sack co-authors a thoughtful piece in the New York Law Journal on the McDonnell case and the line between politics as usual and criminality.
Professors Janai S. Nelson and Leonard M. Baynes, who head The Ronald H. Brown Center for Civil Rights and Economic Development as associate director and director, respectively, are signatories to a memo of law in support of a petition seeking redress for alleged human rights violations in the Dominican Republic.
Reflecting the University’s focus on fostering a global education and world campus for all students, St. John’s School of Law has launched an academic exchange program with the University of Glasgow School of Law that allows aspiring attorneys from each institution to broaden their legal education on both sides of the Atlantic.
Students at St. John’s Law have many opportunities to learn by doing. Experiential learning is a cornerstone of our educational approach; it allows students to test substantive areas of the law and different practice environments as they identify and forge their career paths.
Senior Eastern District Judges Raymond J. Dearie, Nina Gershon, and Allyne R. Ross were honored on February 20, 2014 in the ceremonial courtroom of the U.S. Courthouse in Brooklyn.
Kaitlin Fleur Nares '13 talks about her work representing Korey Wise — one of five young men exonerated in the high-profile Central Park Jogger case — in his longstanding civil suit against New York City.
Law schools may offer a host of legal skills courses, but one devoted solely to practicing in New York's Commercial Division? Not so much--until this year, when St. John's University School of Law Law introduced a new, upper-level, one-credit course called, "Litigation in New York's Commercial Division."
On the heels of taking first and second place at the William B. Spong Moot Court Tournament, a team representing the Law School’s Moot Court Honor Society has won the National First Amendment Moot Court Competition at Vanderbilt Law School.

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