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The New York City Law Department's new class of assistant corporation counsels and post-graduate fellows includes four St. John's Law graduates from the Class of 2014.
On Saturday, September 27, members of the St. John’s University community will join together in embracing the University’s Vincentian mission and heritage at its 13th Annual University Service Day.More than 150 teams comprised of 1,500 students, faculty administrators, staff, and alumni from all campus locations will join together in various projects including clean-ups at local schools and parks, fundraising and awareness events, and visiting residents at nursing homes and hospitals.
Directed by Professor Jeremy Sheff, IPLC is a forum for research, education, professional development, and service addressing the legal and policy issues of the knowledge economy. The center will bring students, practitioners, judges, policymakers, and academics together to explore how law and lawyers participate in shaping the information age—from intellectual property law to trade policy; from pharmaceuticals to publishing; from privacy rights to free expression principles; from Silicon Alley to Madison Avenue.
St. John’s University will honor five individuals for dedicating their lives to service.
Robert Silvani '74CBA firmly believes that when one of life's doors suddenly closes, another one opens shortly thereafter.
Annendale, NY - The St. John’s University Debate Society got the 2014-2015 debate year off to a great start with a strong showing at the First Bard College Fall Invitational Debating tournament held on the campus of Bard College this past weekend.
In 2011, a revitalized Career Development Office opened its doors with a mission to help St. John’s law students and graduates find rewarding work in the law and in other professional pursuits. Career development now infuses the Law School’s offerings from orientation through graduation, ensuring that students are not just getting a degree, but are actively building a path to the profession. The benefits of this approach are already evident.
St. John’s University is marking two decades of using service and education to help build a better world
Can one person change the world? Jim Ziolkowski, a New York Times Bestselling author, founder and CEO of buildOn aims to answer that question, motivate students, and much more as part of his lecture at St. John’s University’s 20th Annual Founder’s Week Celebration.