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As the investigation into a fatal wrong-way crash in Staten Island continues, Larry Cunningham -- a criminal law professor and associate dean at St. John's Law--weighs in on the possible criminal case against the car's driver.
This semester, St. John's law students are engaging with leading legal scholars from across the country in the Law School's International Law Colloquium and Intellectual Property Colloquium.
Chris Mullin walked alone through a corridor of Carnesecca Arena and found one of the few faces he did not know.
Hall of Famer Chris Mullin took the floor at Carnesecca Arena on the Queens campus on April 1 to assume his new role as the University’s 20th head men’s basketball coach.
Students from the International Communication program visit and study in Cuba after lift on travel restrictions.
Thirty years after leading St. John’s to the highest point in program history with an appearance in the 1985 Final Four, Chris Mullin is returning home.
"This is the single most outrageous situation I've encountered in 33 years as a law professor," says David Gregory, Dorothy Day Professor of Law & Executive Director of the Center for Labor and Employment Law at St. John's University.
Your stockbroker is not a "fiduciary." What exactly does that mean? Christine Lazaro, director of the Securities Arbitration Clinic at St. John's Law, weighs in via a PIABA report.
Former New York State Supreme Court Judge Patricia DiMango '80 is one of the stars of the new, breakout syndication hit, "Hot Bench."
March 26, 2015

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