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Author and activist Bryan Stevenson challenged students to step into “uncomfortable territory” by directly confronting the causes of social injustice.
In this candid and beautifully written dispatch from Kabul, Jessica Wright '14 shares insights on issues of law and religion in the context of practicing law in the Islamic Republic.
In this first-person account, Professor David L. Gregory reflects on Pope Francis' recent remarks to the U.S. Congress about activist and Catholic Worker Movement founder Dorothy Day.
Over the summer The Peter J. Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University hosted AdCamp, a one-week program that introduces students in grades 10-12 to the many facets of advertising.
St. John’s University’s experts have been commenting on the works and messages of Pope Francis in advance of his arrival in the United States and will continue to be featured on various media outlets throughout his visit.
Since his election as Pontiff, Pope Francis has said he wants a Church “for the poor,” and has showed the world, by word and example, how to live out the Gospels.
Strong and diverse, the new 1L class has completed its first month at St. John's Law with flying colors.
"[T]he Federal Trade Commission merely requires that companies live up to the terms of whatever they put in their privacy policies. . . . If a company doesn't promise to keep your information private, it generally doesn't have to," [Professor Jeff Sovern] said.
St. John’s University and Tottenville High School have announced a newly formed academic partnership, designed to provide seniors with a head start on the college experience by attending classes at St. John’s Staten Island campus.
Dean Michael A. Simons and the Law School family mourn the passing of an extraordinary man and a generous benefactor of St. John’s Law, Jerome R. Belson ’48L, ’80HON. He was 90 and died peacefully of natural causes.