in-house and partner clinics that put students to work in the field
The student government at St. John's School of Law functions as the medium for the expression and advocacy of students' views and the protection of their interests, and acts as liaison between the student body, the Law School's faculty and the administration.
Designed for students of high caliber with impressive achievements who are certain that St. John's Law is their top choice. Those admitted through this program will become St. Thomas More Scholars and receive many benefits, including a full-tuition scholarship (renewable annually as long as the cumulative grade point average remains above a 2.15), the ability to work closely with a designated faculty advisor, and invitations to receptions and special events.
The St. John’s International Honors Program (IHP) offers selected entering St. John’s students who plan to pursue international legal practice a partial or full-tuition scholarship to fund their studies, as well as access to additional stipends to fund research, academic travel, and student teaching.
The St. John’s Intellectual Property (“IP”) Honors Program offers selected entering St. John’s students who plan to pursue intellectual property practice an annual tuition stipend of $10,000 to fund their studies, as well as special opportunities to engage in academic endeavors related to their field of interest.
For students with a strong interest in real estate law, the Institute’s Real Estate Honors Program and Real Estate Fellowship Program provide selected students with a unified program of academic and pre-professional instruction designed to prepare them for rewarding careers in all areas of real estate law.