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Professor Arlene Kanter's Disability Law & Policy Work Featured on The Heumann Perspective

Monday 7/15/2019

Join Judy Heumann, former Special Advisor for International Disability Rights at the US Department of State, and Professor Arlene Kanter in a webcast discussion about how Kanter’s work as the Founder and Director of the Syracuse University College of Law’s Disability Law and Policy Program has facilitated the discussion of disability and disability inclusion ...

Arlene Kanter

Commentary: French Law Criminalizing Data Analytics of Judicial Decision Making

Monday 7/8/2019

France a month ago enacted a new legislative provision criminalizing the use of information about judges and their decisions to make predictions about judicial behavior. The provision is an amendment to a statute that protects the identity of litigants and is justified in part as a need to protect the privacy of judges. Slate has a good article summarizing the legislation: French Law Kicks Data Scientists Out of Court ...

Shubha Ghosh

Burton Blatt Institute & the ADA Live! Podcast Host Hon. Tom Harkin

Friday 7/5/2019

The Honorable Tom Harkin—former Senator, Congressman, veteran, author, attorney, and chief sponsor of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)—was the featured guest on the July 3, 2019 broadcast of the ADA Live!, a podcast produced by the Syracuse University Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) and Southeast ADA Center ...

Hon. Tom Harkin

Commentary: How I Took a Moot Court Hypothetical to a Law Review Article

Tuesday 7/2/2019

I was introduced to appellate advocacy through my law school’s first year oral advocacy competition. Prior to beginning Syracuse University College of Law, I was largely unfamiliar with “appellate advocacy.” I went to law school to be a litigator and was eager to participate in any type of advocacy opportunity ...

Ryan Lefkowitz L'18

Professor William C. Banks Featured in AJIL Unbound Cyber Attribution Symposium

Monday 7/1/2019

Attributing computer network intrusions has grown in importance as cyber penetrations across sovereign borders have become commonplace, writes William C. Banks in an article featured in the American Journal of International Law’s AJIL Unbound Symposium on Cyber Attribution ...

William C. Banks

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