The St. John’s Center for International and Comparative Law
sponsors a variety of programs and events throughout the academic
Recurring events open to St. John’s
students and alumni:
The Center hosts an annual symposium bringing together scholars and
practitioners from around the world to discuss legal responses to
global challenges. The proceedings are published each year in a
special edition of the St. John’s Journal of
International and Comparative Law.
Global Issues Speaker Series
The Global Issues Series brings international and comparative law
scholars to the St. John’s campus to present their work and engage
in discussion with faculty and students.
On April 1, 2011, the Center, along with the St. John’s Journal of
International and Comparative Law, hosted its inaugural annual
symposium: Challenges to International Law, Challenges from
International Law: New Realities and the Global
On March 15, 2011, the Center hosted a Student Roundtable with
guest presenter Dr. Layachi from the Department of Government and
On October 25, 2010, CICL and the Center
for Law and Religion hosted a Global Issues Speaker Series on
Freedom from Religion: First Amendment Rights and National
Security featuring Professor Amos Guiora.
contact us for more information about the Center's programs and