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Frank A. Bolz Jr., a founder of the New York City Police Department’s (NYPD) hostage-negotiating unit, received St. John’s University’s gratitude for donating his papers and memorabilia to its College of Professional Studies.
The NYLJ presents Lawyers Who Lead by Example awards annually in recognition of attorneys who share their vision for a better world and a passion to work, either publicly or behind the scenes, to solve problems facing the profession and fight injustice.
It is a proud time to be a PA and participate in this event, representing our profession and St. John’s University.
St. John’s will hold its 17th Annual President’s Dinner on Thursday, October 30 at The Waldorf~Astoria. St. John’s President Conrado “Bobby” Gempesaw, Ph.D., will host the University’s premier fundraising event of the year.
The Rochester Police Department is seeking videos shot by bystanders to police activity. Professor Larry Cunningham weighs in on the legalities.
St. John’s University’s College of Professional Studies and its Division of Criminal Justice hosted a reception last night to honor Retired Captain Frank Bolz, Jr., legendary law enforcement expert and leader of the first NYPD Hostage Negotiations Team. His co-founder is former NYC Forensics Psychologist and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at St. John’s, Harvey Schlossberg.
Former St. John's Law Professor David D. Siegel, who authored many leading works of commentary on New York Practice and Procedure, died today at age 82.
Head volleyball coach Joanne Persico earned the 400th win of her 21-year career at St. John’s on October 4 when the Red Storm defeated the Providence College Friars 3–0 in front of a home crowd at Carnesecca Arena on the Queens, NY, campus.
This year’s Founder’s Week, one of the University’s premiere week-long annual events celebrating St. John’s Vincentian heritage, focused on the theme “Compassion Without Limits; Justice Across Borders.”
By cancelling its teachers' contract, the Philadelphia School Reform Commission took an action that could remake the city's schools and have national implications.