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Higher Hopes? Professor Paula Johnson Assesses the Till Act for Beauregard Daily News

Tuesday 9/14/2021

Paula Johnson, co-director of the Cold Case Justice Initiative at Syracuse University College of Law, said that “in terms of criminal actions, we haven’t seen very much” resulting from the FBI’s work under the Till Act ...

Paula Johnson

Disabled Faculty and Return to Work: Professor Doron Dorfman Discusses with Reuters

Wednesday 9/8/2021

A battle brewing between U.S. colleges and faculty with disabilities is shaping up as a barometer of whether employers can order staff back to the office amid the COVID-19 pandemic ...

Doron Dorfman

BBI Receives $6.2 Million Award for SEADA Center to Advance Understanding of Disability Rights

Wednesday 9/8/2021

For the third time in 15 years, the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI)—headquartered in the Syracuse University College of Law—has been awarded a five-year, $6.2 million grant to advance and support understanding of rights and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) through its Southeast ADA Center (SEADA Center).

Burton Blatt Institute

Professor Arlene Kanter Discusses Remote Work For Disabled Faculty with Reuters

Tuesday 9/7/2021

Court rulings over the past 15 years on remote work often sided with employers without requiring much evidence that telecommuting was unreasonable, said Arlene Kanter, a professor at Syracuse University College of Law. She expects that to change, thanks to the pandemic ...

Arlene Kanter

Professor Doron Dorfman Addresses "Suspicious Species" in University of Illinois Review

Wednesday 9/1/2021

Taking an empirical law and psychology approach, Professor Doron Dorfman’s article concerns itself with the possible sources of the phenomenon of misrepresentation, which I term “assistance-animal disability con” ...

Doron Dorfman

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