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Forging a new strategic partnership with UNIBE, one of the Dominican Republic's most prestigious universities, St. John's Law expands its global reach.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that police officers don't necessarily violate a person's constitutional rights when they stop a car based on a mistaken understanding of the law. Prof. John Q. Barrett weighs in.
At the NYT DealBook, Prof. Michael Perino weighs in on the Second Circuit's latest effort to define the parameters of insider trading, "perhaps our most symbolic white-collar crime."
St. John’s Law students bring a wide range of experiences and perspectives to their studies, enriching our community in countless ways. In this new series, we introduce you to several 1Ls who exemplify this rich diversity.
In its November 2014 issue, the National Jurist ranks St. John's Law #14 on its list of "schools where debt has dropped the most" and #23 in its rankings of "Best Value Private Law Schools."
Donna Aldea '98 discovered a passion for appellate advocacy in law school and then honed it during a flourishing career as a Queens ADA. Now a partner at a prominent criminal defense and civil rights law firm, Aldea discusses her career path in a New York Law Journal Q&A.
A week-long celebration featuring carolers, toy soldiers, hand-made crafts, and holiday treats launched the Christmas Season at St. John’s Queens campus as the University celebrated its 24th annual Winter Carnival.
Members of the College of Pharmacy and Health Science’s Toxicology Club, Tau Omega Chi (TWC), participated in an outreach program called ToxiCarnival.
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.

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