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The St. John's Journal of International and Comparative Law (JICL) is the law review of the St. John’s Center for International and Comparative Law (CICL). Edited by St. John’s Law School students, JICL publishes articles, notes and commentary, as well as shorter, analytical essays on a wide range of subjects in the fields of international, transnational and comparative law.


JICL also works with the Center for International and Comparative Law to bring students, scholars and practicing lawyers together to discuss emerging global challenges and their effects on the practice of law. Through the broad range of curricular offerings, study abroad programs offered by the Office of Transnational Programs, experiential learning opportunities, symposia and the participation of students in scholarly work, CICL helps prepare students for practice in a globalizing legal profession, using litigation, transactional and regulatory advisory skills.

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  • Dean Simons Discusses Global Programs at St. John's Law
    Dean Simons Discusses Global Programs at St. John's Law Michael A. Simons, Dean and John V. Brennan Professor of Law and Ethics, joined the St. John's faculty in 1998 and was appointed Dean of the School of Law in 2009. Dean Simons teaches in the areas of criminal law and evidence, and he has been a frequent lecturer to the bench and bar on both topics. He was selected by the students as "Professor of the Year" in…
  • International Art Litigation – An Interview with Lawrence Kaye
    International Art Litigation – An Interview with Lawrence Kaye Lawrence M. Kaye, a member of the law firm of Herrick, Feinstein, LLP, and Co-Chair of the Firm’s Art Law Group, is engaged in the practice of all facets of art law and represents a wide range of domestic and international clients.  He is noted, in particular, for his representation of foreign governments, victims of the Holocaust, families of renowned artists and other claimants in connection with the recovery…
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