Kim Wolf Price to Participate in NYSBA’s 2018 Diversity and Inclusion Symposium

Kim Wolf Price, Director of Externship Programs, will participate in the New York State Bar Association’s 2018 Constance Baker Motley Symposium, held during the Committee on Diversity and Inclusion’s Annual Meeting on January 22 in New York City.

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Christian C. Day Speaks to The New York Times About the Bitcoin Bubble

... I called Christian Day, a professor at Syracuse University law school who has written about bubbles and panics. He said that comparing Bitcoin to the tulip craze was unfair to tulips: “The Dutch were not as crazy as they’ve been portrayed” ...

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Gassing International Law

(Re-published from The Jurist | Nov. 6, 2017) The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) should not ignore or walk away from the alleged use of any prohibited weapon, such as chemicals, as it signals it is permissible to violate the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) and erodes international norms related to such weapons. Further, it signals that countries with deep ties to P5 (U.K., U.S., France, Russia, China) are outside the scope of UNSC authority, therefore creating a bigger issue of eroding the international authority of the UNSC and jeopardizing the foundation of international law ...

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The Value of Syracuse Law

What exactly comes with a Syracuse Law education? And why is it so valuable? Whether you’re an accepted student, prospective student, or currently just considering law school, you probably want those answers as hard cold facts. So we put together an infographic that shows how the value adds up.

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Alumni Spotlight

Christopher C. Fallon, Jr.

Philadelphia, Private Practice and Pro Bono

When Chris Fallon (’73) arrived at the… More»

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Featured Faculty

LaVonda N. Reed

Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs; Professor of Law

Professor Reed teaches and conducts research in the areas of wills and trusts, property, and communications law. She joined the College of Law faculty in 2006. Previously, she was a member of the faculty of the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville. She previously was a judicial clerk for the Honorable Donald W. VanArtsdalen of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of… More»

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