While these men and women have varied teaching styles, they share a commitment to engaging their students in active learning. Faculty research important and timely legal issues and author noteworthy books, articles and commentaries.
The School of Law’s full-time faculty excel as teachers and scholars. In addition, the adjunct faculty provide students with the jurist and practitioner’s perspective on the law. Faculty members are readily available to students outside the classroom, creating a close and collaborative learning environment.
This blog shares news and information about scholarship and scholarly activities of the St. John's University School of Law faculty.
Join Professors Cheryl Wade and Sheldon Evans to discuss books by African-American authors that explore some of the most impactful issues of our time
At St. John's Law, we believe that scholarship is a central part of the life of a law school. That commitment to scholarship appears both in the scholarly programs we host and in the impressive scholarly output of our own faculty.
small faculty. BIG IMPACT.