Graduate students in St. John’s University’s Master of Arts programs in Museum Administration and Public History brought to vivid life the US propaganda effort during World War II with an exhibit featuring authentic posters held in the University Libraries’ Special Collections.
St. John’s Law welcomed Professor Elizabeth Chamblee Burch, the Fuller E. Callaway Chair of Law at the University of Georgia School of Law, to campus recently to accept the Hugh L. Carey Center for...
Four St. John’s Law 1Ls have been named New York City Bar Diversity Fellows for Summer 2019. Eric Dang '21 will spend the summer at the New York City Law Department, Jasmine Johnson '21 will work at...
As founder and executive director of Brooklyn Defender Services (BDS), Lisa Schreibersdorf ’84 has devoted over 20 years to helping low-income New Yorkers navigate the criminal, family, and immigration justice systems. Under her leadership, BDS has grown to become one of New York City’s largest legal services providers.
A little bit of snow can produce some major travel snarls in and around the Big Apple. But snow-slicked runways, roads, and sidewalks were no match for the 59 teams from 43 law schools who came from...
20 St. John’s Law students traveled to Europe during the January intersession for the Dean’s Travel Study Program—Comparative Legal Systems: International Dispute Resolution.
It’s been two years, but Tina Kassangana '19 remembers that first day very well.
Professor Elizabeth Chamblee Burch will receive the Hugh L. Carey Center for Dispute Resolution’s 2019 Mangano Dispute Resolution Advancement Award for her groundbreaking scholarship in the area of multidistrict litigation (MDL) settlement.
In December, jurists and scholars gathered in Rome for “The Value of Tradition in the Global Context,” the third session of the Tradition Project hosted by the Law School’s Center for Law and Religion.
On December 5, 2018, faculty, administrators, friends, and family gathered for the installation of Professor Anita S. Krishnakumar as the inaugural Mary C. Daly Professor of Law.