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Professor Shubha Ghosh Invited by the Japan Patent Office to Participate in Two Patent Workshops

Professor Shubha Ghosh, Director of the Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute, will participate in the workshops, “Research on Standard-Essential Patents and Patent Exhaustion”, being held January 30-February 1 by the Japan Patent Office. Ghosh will provide legal insight and perspectives to these timely patent issues.

Renci “Mercy” Xie LL.M. ’20 Speaks with National Public Radio on Disabled Chinese Citizens’ Fight for Access

National Public Radio recently interviewed Renci “Mercy” Xie LL.M. ‘20 and currently a doctoral candidate in the S.J.D. program for the story, “China excels at the Paralympics, but its disabled citizens are fighting for access.”

Professor Doron Dorfman: Penalizing Preventative Mental Health Treatment for Law Students

One of the examples of this phenomenon is the Character and Fitness evaluations state bar associations conduct around the country, used to admit prospective lawyers into the bar …

Professor Nina Kohn Reacts to Big Law Firms Join Nursing Homes, Hospitals in Fight Over Liability for COVID-19 Deaths

In the New York Law Journal story, “Big Law Firms Join Nursing Homes, Hospitals in Fight Over Liability for COVID-19 Deaths”, Professor Nina Kohn notes that the introduction of more high-powered attorneys signals that providers—which are often large, chain entities that own facilities across multiple jurisdictions—might be stepping up efforts to secure appellate victories.

Professor Shubha Ghosh Invited by the Japan Patent Office to Participate in Two Patent Workshops

Professor Shubha Ghosh, Director of the Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute, will participate in the workshops, “Research on Standard-Essential Patents and Patent Exhaustion”, being held January 30-February 1 by the Japan Patent Office. Ghosh will provide legal insight and perspectives to these timely patent issues.

Syracuse Law Announces the Deborah and Sherman F. Levey '57, L'59 Endowed Scholarship

Syracuse University College of Law and Deborah Ronnen, of Rochester, NY, announce the creation of the Deborah and Sherman F. Levey ‘57, L’59 Endowed Scholarship. The scholarship builds on and memorializes the enduring contributions that Levey, who passed away in April 2018, made to his alma mater, his community, and the legal profession ...

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Alumni Spotlight

Adom Cooper L'12

Learn about the risks and rewards of Adom’s impressive, growing national security career.

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Faculty Spotlight

Mary C. Szto

Teaching Professor

Before entering teaching, Professor Szto practiced law in New York City, representing banks in financing matters. She also co-founded a legal aid organization specializing in immigration law. Among other schools, she has previously taught at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and Valparaiso University School of Law.

Szto has written extensively on issues such as the role of real estate agents…

Mary C. Szto