St. John’s University commemorates the signing of the US Constitution, which occurred on September 17, 1787. This annual commemoration continues to be an important part of the history of the United States. It recognizes the creation of our union 236 years ago, and it gives us the opportunity to reflect on the ongoing efforts to make our union “more perfect.”
Discussion: “First Amendment Constraints on Holding Journalists Accountable for Publishing False Information”
Presenters: Robert Cosentino, Esq., Assistant Professor, Legal Studies; James A. Croft, Esq., Associate Professor, Legal Studies; William Murphy, Esq., Associate Professor, Legal Studies; Mary Noe, Esq., Professor, Legal Studies; Sejal Singh, Esq., Associate Professor, Legal Studies; Regina Stuart, Esq., Assistant Professor, Legal Studies; and Sharon Yamen, Esq., Assistant Professor, Legal Studies.
Date: Monday, September 18Time: 1:50–3:15 p.m.Place: St. Augustine Hall, Multipurpose Room 2-145, Second FloorContact: Prof. James A. Croft, Esq., at [email protected]
Note for Staten Island campus attendees: Use this link to conference virtually.
10 Facts for Constitution Day: (PDF)
Event: Recent Supreme Court Decisions: Shifting the Constitutional Balance Presenters: Profs. Mary Noe, Esq., Sejal Singh, Esq., William L. Murphy, Esq., Regina K. Stuart, Esq., Sharon Yamen, Esq. and James Croft, Esq.Date: Monday, September 19, 2022Time: 1:50-3:15 p.m.Place: St. Augustine Hall, Multi-Purpose Room 2-145, 2nd FloorContact: Professor James A. Croft at [email protected]
Staten Island Campus will conference virtually