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Fred Cerullo shows admitted students Grand Central Terminal's hidden gems
This summer, St. John's Law alumni hosted a series of events to introduce admitted students to New York City and the legal profession that thrives here
Dean Simons and students
On Sunday, 237 J.D. students and 52 LL.M. students participated in the Law School’s New Student Convocation.
Terrell Hutchins (L) and Dean Michael A. Simons (R)
Terrell Hutchins '19 is the recipient of the NYIPLA's Hon. Giles S. Rich Diversity Scholarship
Commencement Speaker Preet Bharara
On Sunday June 3, 2018, the St. John's Law community came together for Commencement at Carnesecca Arena.
law students seated at commencement
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Caroline Fish
After graduating St. John's Law in June, Caroline Fish '18 will spend a year doing pro bono work in DLA Piper's Krantz Fellowship Program
Colleen Signorelli '19
Colleen Signorelli’s note at the intersection of law and augmented reality took first place in the Video Game Bar Association Writing Competition
2018 Diversity and Inclusion Gala
Students, faculty, alumni, and friends came together recently to celebrate diversity and inclusion at St. John's Law.
Carl Olson Sign NWUPL Teaching Contract
This fall, after graduating from St. John’s Law, Carl Olson '18 will launch his teaching career in China.
St. John’s Law Students Spend Spring Break Helping People in Need
Six months after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico, the commonwealth is still struggling to recover. Almost 40 percent of the island’s residents were already living below the poverty line when disaster hit and, with Maria’s destruction of the power grid, infrastructure, homes, and livelihoods, many people remain in dire need of aid, including pro bono legal assistance.