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We’re happy to announce the launch of See infra: News & Stories from St. John’s Law, the online companion to this monthly e-newsletter at stjohnslawseeinfra.com.
Visit See infra online often to read about everything that makes our Law School and our worldwide St. John’s Law community so special: from job outcomes and bar passage to fundraising and student, faculty, and alumni activities and achievements.
We curate See infra’s content from our annual print magazine, St. John’s Law, from stories that publish on the Law School’s website, and from our official social media feeds. We also post original content produced just for See infra’s readers.
We hope you enjoy See infra online and, as always, we welcome your content ideas and feedback.
The Anti-Racism Essay Project
For its launch, See infra online features a special digital edition of St. John’s Law magazine: The Anti-Racism Essay Project—a compilation of opinion pieces contributed by St. John's Law students, alumni, faculty, and administrators in response to the June Dialogue Day’s call to action:
What Are We Going to Do?
Our goal is to offer a collection of perspectives that, individually and collectively, moves our Law School, our community, and our profession forward in solidarity with our Black students, alumni, and colleagues as we work to be actively anti-racist and to combat injustice in all its forms.
New Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Website
St. John’s Law was built on a foundation of diversity, equity, and inclusion nearly a century ago, welcoming students from historically marginalized and underrepresented communities.
But institutions aren’t static. They must evolve. So, when you visit the Law School’s website, you’ll see fresh content reflecting our renewed commitment to being an actively anti-racist institution and a community that embraces, prioritizes, and reflects the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Run for Racial Justice
Sidewalks. Trails. Roads. Treadmills.
Run. Jog. Walk.
Wherever and however you want to lace up and go, join us for the St. John’s Law Alumni Association Alumni of Color Chapter's virtual 5K Run for Racial Justice on October 31, 2020.
This is a free, Law School community-raising event to show and share our support for the critical work of acknowledging and dismantling systemic racism.
*Donate $10 or more for a chance to win Apple AirPods, an Apple watch, or an Apple iPhone.