Burton Blatt Institute Study Featured in Legal Management’s “Best Practices for Making Your Law Firm More Inclusive"
A study by the College of Law’s Burton Blatt Institute and the ABA was recently featured in “Best Practices for Making Your Law Firm More Inclusive for People with Disabilities”, by Legal Management, the Magazine of ALA.
College of Law faculty members provide insight into the leaked opinion showing Supreme Court justices are working on a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Each offer insight on what this means in the current political climate and how this decision could further impact existing laws that safeguard civil rights and laws.
University Professor David Driesen recently spoke with CNY Central on governmental power issues surrounding New York State’s mask mandate for schools.
Professor Cora True-Frost G’01, L’01 Awarded Fulbright to European Center of Excellence for Research on European Tribunals
Cora True-Frost G’01, L’01, Bond, Schoeneck and King Distinguished Professor, has been selected by the U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Program to join the University of Oslo, Pluricourts as a Fulbright Scholar. Beginning in August 2022, True-Frost will conduct her research and scholarship on European Tribunals and International Disability Law: Definitions, Discrimination, and Involuntary Detention.
The Cold Case Justice Initiative Announces the Second Annual Wharlest And Exerlena Jackson Legacy Project Interactive Program
The Wharlest and Exerlena Jackson Legacy Project and the Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) at Syracuse University College of Law are hosting the second annual Program on April 1 and 2, 2022.
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…