You can create your own career path by taking advantage of the Law School's resources. Since not all law students know what type of law they want to practice, we provide many opportunities for you to explore and identify your particular interests in the law.
A St. John’s Law student has the skills and knowledge to make an immediate professional impact.
To prepare students for the bar exam and provide them with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills for their professional careers, St. John’s requires candidates for the Juris Doctor degree to take at least five core elective courses from a list of ten, an advanced civil procedure course, and two writing experiences.
We offer a variety of fellowships from Public Interest to Pro Bono.
The Career Development Team at St. John's School of Law welcomes inquiries from prospective students, current students, alumni, and employers about our programs and services.