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The talent and tenacity of the Law School’s Moot Court Honor Society was on display last weekend as St. John’s bested a field of 20 teams to win first and second place at the 43rd William B. Spong Moot Court Tournament.
St. John’s University community will gather on March 20 for the annual St. Baldrick's/Locks of Love event.
When students in the Law School’s Securities Arbitration Clinic needed an interpreter to best serve their client — an elderly woman who spoke the relatively uncommon Chinese dialect Shanghainese — they turned to a fellow law student for help.
It was a wonderful homecoming at St. John’s Law last week when Enisa Dervisevic ’13 and Micah Pischnotte ’13 returned to the Law School to receive the accession oath and join the ranks of the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps (JAG).

St. John’s University and After-School All-Stars New York (ASASNY) teamed up with the global nonprofit Soles4Souls on January 27 to distribute...

February 11, 2014

Celebrating the achievements of women’s athletics on campus and beyond, St. John’s University hosted the 17th Annual Women in Sports Day on February 8 at the...

Expanding its partnership with Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Campus Ministry has launched a unique program that prepares St. John’s undergraduates to more vigorously address global poverty and injustice while heightening an awareness of those issues among their peers.
Over 100 St. John’s student leaders gathered at the Queens campus on January 25 for a unique learning experience focusing on new and innovative ways to connect with fellow students and the University.
Pope Francis encourages the faithful to reach him through social media, so the St. John’s University community is preparing to send an invitation of its own—asking the Holy Father to respond to their collective tweet.

Celebrating the achievements of women athletes within and beyond the University community, St. John’s will hold its 17th Annual Women in Sports Day festivities at the...

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