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|Title: ||St. John, Keith C.|
|Authors: ||St. John, Keith C.|
Martin, Peter W.
|Keywords: ||St. John, Keith C.|
Politics, public policy, and law
Studying law without planning on becoming a lawyer
Rigor of the first year of law school
Tension studying for exams
Legal Aid Clinic
Summers, Robert S.
Rewards of working in the clinic
Cornell Law Student Association
Johnson, Sheri Lynn
Kent, Robert B.
Barcelo, John J.
Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York
Reginald Heber Smith Fellowship
Fondness for Ithaca
Albany City Council
Clinical teaching at Albany Law School
State legislative staff
Involvement in the Episcopal Church and its controversies
Potential move into the ministry and its connection to law
Importance of social commitment at Cornell Law School
The wide range of ways lawyers can serve
Cornell Law School as an open, accepting community
|Issue Date: ||10-Jun-2005|
|Publisher: ||Cornell Law School|
|Abstract: ||From the video archives of the Cornell Law School Heritage Project. The interviewer is Peter W. Martin; the videographer, Jaesuk Yoo. This video covers Keith St. John's experiences as a law student, his involvement in the Legal Aid Clinic and student government, subsequent work in legal services and both municipal and state government, and continuing commitment to public policy and public service. (Duration 41:05) The initial phase of this project was sponsored by a generous grant from the law firm of Sutherland Asbill and Brennan LLP.|
|Appears in Collections:||Cornell University Law School Heritage Project|
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