Media Source: New York Law Journal
The Historical Society of the New York Courts partnered with St. John's Law School to present the third program in its "Illustrious Alumni" series.
On Nov. 13, The Historical Society of the New York Courts presented the third program in its series “NYS Law Schools Present: Illustrious Alumni.” This program traced the connection between St. John’s Law and the New York courts, with a special focus on the five St. John’s alumni who have served on the Court of Appeals.
Pictured here are program participants Professor John Barrett; Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil, ’83, of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York; Chief Judge Janet DiFiore, ’81; retired Court of Appeals Judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick, ’67, now of counsel at Greenberg Traurig; retired Second Department Presiding Justice Randall T. Eng, ’72, now of counsel with Meyer Suozzi, who was one of the first Asian-Americans to hear cases on the Court of Appeals when he sat on that court by designation with Justice Peter Tom; retired Court of Appeals Judge Joseph Bellacosa, ’61; and Dean Michael Simons.
Photo by Jack McCoy