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Professor Doron Dorfman: Being Anti-Mask Doesn't Make You Disabled

Thursday 5/21/2020

Anti-maskers are attempting to use disability law in ways that put disability communities at greater risk. Now that New York State has partially opened, these issues are more urgent than ever ...

Doron Dorfman

Professor David Driesen Talks Comparative Executive Power on Ipse Dixit

Thursday 5/14/2020

In this episode, David M. Driesen, University Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law, discusses his article “The Unitary Executive Theory in Comparative Context,” which will be published in the Hastings Law Journal ...

David Driesen

Professor Nina Kohn Writes in WaPo "America Doesn’t Care About Old People"

Friday 5/8/2020

... But across America — and beyond — we are losing our elders not only because they are especially susceptible. They’re also dying because of a more entrenched epidemic: the devaluation of older lives ...

Nina Kohn

Professor David Driesen: Congress, Fund Absentee Voting to Ensure Democracy Survives Coronavirus

Tuesday 5/5/2020

New York has done the right thing by authorizing widespread absentee balloting in the months ahead, so that New Yorkers can vote without risking their lives by going to crowded polling places. New York is not alone ...

David Driesen

3L John J. Dowling III Publishes on "Career Offender Enhancement" in NDNY FCBA Newsletter

Friday 5/1/2020

Analyzing a commonly used sentencing provision, 3L John J. Dowling III has published the article “Circuit Split Deepens Over Whether Inchoate Drug Crimes Trigger Career Offender Enhancement” in the Northern District of New York Federal Court Bar Association’s spring 2020 newsletter.

John J. Dowling III

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