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Syracuse Law Review and SUNY Upstate AMA/MSSNY Announce Writing Competition Winners

Wednesday 4/14/2021

Syracuse Law Review and the SUNY Upstate Medical University American Medical Association/Medical Society of the State of New York (AMA/MSSNY) Board have announce the winners of their COVID-19 Writing Competition ...

Syracuse Law Review

Professor Mark Nevitt: Should the COVID-19 Vaccine Be Required for the Military?

Monday 4/12/2021

By some estimates, approximately one-third of U.S. military service members have opted out of the COVID-19 vaccine. Some think that number could be higher, for example, according to a new report, nearly 40 percent of U.S. Marines are declining vaccinations ...

Mark P. Nevitt

Professor Nina Kohn Discusses NY Nursing Home Accountability with AP

Monday 4/12/2021

“What immunity provision did is give a green light to facilities to engage in practices and staffing patterns known to create unreasonable risk to residents,” Syracuse University School of Law professor Nina Kohn said ...

Nina Kohn

Professor Nina Kohn: Netflix's "I Care a Lot" Should Worry You

Wednesday 2/24/2021

In Professor Nina Kohn’s latest commentary, she draws on her nationally recognized expertise on guardianship law. Kohn served as Reporter for the Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act, and she has testified on guardianship abuse before the US Senate Special Committee on Aging.

Nina Kohn

Student Attorneys Adapt to COVID-19 Changes by Representing Veterans at Virtual Board Hearings

Thursday 1/7/2021

Amid changes dictated by the current global pandemic, student attorneys at the Betty and Michael D. Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic (VLC) are learning first-hand what it means to adapt and evolve to a new way of practicing law ...

3L Aly Kozma and 2L Shannon Cox

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