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Social Media Community Guidelines

In managing and monitoring our official social media accounts, St. John's Law follows the Social Media Community Guidelines set out by St. John's University, which state in part:

The University’s Mission statement is the marker by which the ethical behavior of its community members should be measured and guided. It is our duty to ensure that all online communities maintain an engaging, informative, and respectful presence. As such, all social media networks are being actively monitored and team members may perform activities necessary to ensure the safety of our community members. The University reserves the right to access, review, respond to and/or remove any messages that are offensive, profanity-laced, deceptive, or threatening in nature.

  • Bullying of any kind is prohibited.
  • Self-promotion, spam, and irrelevant links will be prohibited.
  • Degrading comments about topics such as race, religion, culture, sexual orientation, gender, or identity will not be tolerated.

Read St. John's Social media Community Guidelines.

Media Inquires

Reporters and media outlets looking for expert legal commentary can read about our full-time faculty members and their areas of scholarly interest and activity. We also share the latest faculty news and insights at our Faculty Focus blog. Please email inquiries to Lori Herz, Director of Strategic Communications, at [email protected]

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St. John's Law Magazine

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