St. John's Law Magazine
St. John’s Law Announces New Fellowship for Black Students and Scholarship for Students of Color
Outstanding bar passage and employment!
● Outstanding “Gold Standard” employment; #4 in New York City for both overall employment and full-time, long-term, bar-required employment
● 97% ultimate bar passage (two-year rate)
● Above the statewide average for bar passage in 2020, again! (at 91%)
● 16,000+ alumni who give, mentor, and hire
● $20+ million awarded in scholarships in '20-'21
● A diverse and inclusive community
● 100% of students who wanted to participate in a clinic were able to
● Every year, students devote thousands of hours serving New York City’s poor and disenfranchised doing pro bono work
● The New York City advantage to your career
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St. John’s Law is an inclusive, accepting, and welcoming community that reflects the rich diversity of our hometown of Queens, NY, “The World’s Borough.” From the classroom to internships and clinical work in the field to study abroad, our students develop the lawyering skills, targeted expertise, and professional connections they need to graduate practice-ready, all with the support of our outstanding faculty, dedicated career counselors, and global alumni network. Our employment and bar exam outcomes consistently rank us among the top New York law schools and, whatever career path they choose, our students carry with them St. John's Vincentian values, understanding that law is a vocation through which they can live justly and better the world.
St. John's Law is #2 in New York City and #14 nationally for placing 2018 graduates in full-time, long-term jobs that require bar passage or for which a J.D. is an advantage. How do we do it? It's our integrated and proactive approach to career success that starts from your very first day.
Welcoming. Inclusive. Caring. These are are words used again and again by our students, faculty, staff, and alumni to describe the Law School. Diversity is a proud St. John's University tradition.
The School of Law’s faculty are experts in their fields and care about their student's success both in the classroom and throughout their careers.
From our Rome summer program to a semester abroad or the annual two-week Dean's Travel Study Program, St. John's Law offers exceptional opportunities to learn and live around the world.
Our 20 clinics and centers will help you develop your practical skills working with real clients, engaging with leaders in the legal profession, or working with scholars on current legal issues.