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On October 31, 2014, a team of six St. John’s undergraduate students competed in the Federal Reserve College FED Challenge against teams from 35 other schools in the New York area.
Jilliane Hoffman '89SVC, '92L never imagined that she would write suspense novels for a living. For the seasoned Miami prosecutor, it was a case of art imitating life.
Students in the Law School’s Consumer Justice for the Elderly: Litigation Clinic are working on the front line of consumer protection. They recently had a unique opportunity to share their work with Richard Cordray, director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a federal watchdog agency that's shaping law and policy in this arena.
Mary Kay Vyskocil '83, a partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, is one of five attorneys in private practice and two sitting appellate judges selected by the state Commission on Judicial Nomination as candidates to fill the vacancy on the New York Court of Appeals.
To honor Giving Tuesday 2014 tomorrow, St. John's Law is conducting a one-day fundraising campaign #GivingTuesdaySJULaw.
Plains Dealer consumer affairs columnist Sheryl Harris reports on a consumer contract arbitration clause study conducted recently by St. John's Law faculty members.
St. John’s University launched its new Master of Arts in Museum Administration this semester by hosting a panel discussion that explored emerging trends and challenges facing the industry.
More than 200 St. John’s students, faculty, and staff assembled for a Mass on November 21 commemorating the 10th anniversary of the dedication of St. Thomas More Church at the Queens, NY, campus.
Students attending the Staten Island campus of St. John’s will benefit from upgrades to the Loretto Memorial Library thanks to a $250,000 grant awarded to the University by the Richmond County Savings Foundation (RCSF).
St. John’s University will celebrate the Christmas season with its 24rd annual Winter Carnival, December 1-9.

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