Second Department Panel Set to Visit St. John's Law

, New York Law Journal


A four-judge appeals panel of St. John's University School of Law alumni will hear oral arguments next month at their alma mater.

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  • Ravi Batra

    What a fabulous idea Mr. Presiding Justice Eng! It is worthy of emulation across the country. Every law school ought to want it.

    This will elevate classroom learning to actual courtroom standard of advocacy - teaching young fertile minds about “real law.” Just brilliant - the adversarial system will teach beyond Socrates. That it may also help make better lawyers out of law students is an added bonus to society, which relies most on the Third Branch of government to deliver on Lincoln’s promise of “...government for the people.”

    I can tell you that it’s a real treat to be in an Appellate Division courtroom to listen to other lawyers arguing their cases, even after I have finished arguing my case; it’s a nuance-learning experience. It also drives home the point of how hard our judges work, across the legal waterfront of issues, when they prepare for so many appeals in one sitting - a matter worthy of enhanced respect for the bench.

    Dated: 3/6/13


    Ravi Batra

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