By: Michelle Scanlon On Friday, October 23, respected legal scholars from around the country gathered on WebEx to commemorate the 19th Amendment’s 100th anniversary by presenting on a variety of women’s rights issues. Attendees, who included Law Review members, St. John’s faculty, and other members of the legal community, had the pleasure of listening toContinue reading “The St. John’s Law Review Commemorates the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment During its 2020 Symposium”
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday, September 18, 2020, at the age of 87. The Justice had long stood as a stalwart of women’s rights and social justice on the United States Supreme Court and inspired millions of people around the world through her hard work, perseverance, and courage in the face of adversity.Continue reading “Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Icon of Women’s Rights and Social Justice, Dies at 87, Leaving Behind a Legacy of Inspiration and Greatness”
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On a warm and sunny Saturday in early September, what felt like almost half of the second and third year classes of St. John’s Law turned out to two softball fields in Cunningham Park to support their journals and clubs. With each player adorned in their respective artistically-designed jersey, the annual softball tournament has turnedContinue reading “JCRED SHOCKS THE SCHOOL, TAKES SOFTBALL TITLE”
Law school, simply put, can be challenging. It can be even more challenging when you are wrestling with finding the path that best suits your goals and dreams as a future lawyer. While some law students come through the doors with a clear picture of what they want to do and where they want toContinue reading “Pathways To Being The Lawyer In You”
“No day shall erase you from the memory of time.” Cast in grey steel re-forged from metal recovered of the Twin Towers, Virgil’s immortal words hold a solemn vigil over the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Framed by 2,983 squares, each a unique shade of blue and representing each of the fallen victims ofContinue reading “Vectors in Memory: Contemplating the Legal Aspects of Preservation”