November 10, 2012
In the Media
Students Making Up Lost Days as Impact of Storm Lingers
By Tania Karas
New York Law Journal
November 13, 2012
Many schools have modified class schedules. The Benjamin N.
Cardozo School of Law, for example, is extending all classes by 20
minutes, while St. John's University School of Law will hold makeup
classes on some weekends.
"This way we don't have to change final exam schedules," said
Andrew Simons, vice dean emeritus at St. John's Law.
Brooklyn Law and St. John's Law have each organized hurricane
relief committees to raise money for storm victims or to train
their students in storm-related legal issues. All the schools are
seeking pro bono opportunities for their students to work with bar
groups and legal services groups in providing disaster