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Next month, the New York City Bar Association will present its Diversity and Inclusion Champion Award to Darryl Gibbs ’00.The award recognizes the critical role attorneys play in initiating and sustaining change within their organizations and in the New York legal community.
The student-run St. John’s University School of Law Commercial Division Online Law Report launched this year as a go-to resource for commercial litigators practicing in New York. Designed as a collaborative forum, the site offers content on a range of timely topics related to the work of the Commercial Division, including articles and commentary produced by St. John's Law students, academics, practitioners and judges in the field, and other subject-matter experts.
The Little Flower is set in the City Hall office of Fiorello H. La Guardia during his final day as three-term mayor of New York City in 1945.
For the first time in the program's 35-year history, the St. John's softball team will be heading to the NCAA Tournament after being crowned the 2015 BIG EAST Champions.
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Associate Academic Dean Larry Cunningham, a former prosecutor, is one of several legal experts weighing in on the likelihood of a retrial in the high-profile Etan Patz murder case in New York.
In a letter to the editor of the New York Times, responding to "The Medical Bill Mystery" by Elisabeth Rosenthal (May 3, 2015), Professor Jeff Sovern suggests that medical bills should be governed by New York's law on “Requirements for Use of Plain Language in Consumer Transactions.”
Focusing on the centuries-old legacy of history, immigration, and race in the Caribbean, award-winning authors Robert Antoni and Gaiutra Bahadur discussed their latest works.
W. Mark Lanier, acclaimed trial lawyer and founder of the Lanier Law Firm, will be the Law School’s 2015 commencement speaker. Lanier will also receive an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from St. John’s.
The LL.M. in International and Comparative Sports Law at St. John’s University School of Law will re-launch for the 2015-2016 academic year as the LL.M. in International Sports Law Practice.

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