Professor Crane L’80 to Participate in Amnesty International Panel on Syria’s Prisons

On July 29, 2016, College of Law Professor of Practice David M. Crane L’80 will speak on “Surviving Syria’s Prisons: Torture and Other Ill-Treatment by State Forces and Non-State Armed Groups” at the United Nations.

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Professor Helfman Weighs in on Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman has written on the Supreme Court’s ruling on Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.

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Professor Helfman Writes on Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman’s commentary on the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Whole Women’s Health v. Hellerstedt.

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Professor Crane and Students Discuss Syrian Accountability Project White Paper

Professor of Practice David Crane along with Peter Levrant 3L and Executive Director of the Syrian Accountability Project, Molly White 3L and Chief Registrar of the Syrian Accountability Project, and Zachary Lucas 2L and incoming Executive Director of the Syrian Accountability Project discuss the findings in the “Looking Through the Window Darkly” white paper.

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VERMONT ATTORNEY THOMAS P. AICHER (J.D. ’90) NAMED SPECIAL COUNCIL FOR THE NATIONAL SKI AREAS ASSOCIATION

NSAA is the national trade association of U.S. ski area operators and industry support businesses headquartered in Englewood, Colorado.

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The Value of Syracuse Law (Infographic)

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. Check it out…

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Shannon P. Ryan

Legal Writing Professor

Prior to joining the law faculty, Professor Ryan was a prosecutor with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California for 11 years, first as a trial attorney in the Criminal Division (Narcotics and Major Frauds Sections) and later as an appellate attorney in the Criminal Appeals Section. Before becoming a federal prosecutor, Professor Ryan was an attorney in private… More»

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