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BBI Chairman Peter Blanck to Address Reed Smith’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Summit

Wednesday 9/30/2020

Dr. Peter Blanck, chairman of the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, will present at Reed Smith’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Summit his recent ground-breaking research regarding the lack of disability diversity in the legal profession.

Peter Blanck

Professor Michael Schwartz Discusses Disability Rights Initiatives on Uzbekistan TV

Tuesday 9/22/2020

Disability rights expert Professor Michael Schwartz and Mirjahon Turdiev G’20, Vice Chairman of International Relations for the Association of Disabled People of Uzbekistan, appeared on national Uzbekistan TV recently to discuss the disability law clinic they have created at Tashkent State University ...

Michael Schwartz

Professor Kristen Barnes Named Associate Dean for Faculty Research

Thursday 9/10/2020

Syracuse University College of Law Dean Craig M. Boise has named Professor Kristen Barnes—an expert in property and housing law, anti-discrimination, and civil rights—Associate Dean for Faculty Research. Barnes will take over the current Associate Dean, Professor Lauryn Gouldin, at the start of the spring 2021 semester.

Kristen Barnes

College of Law, OCBA Launch Community Book Read for Racial Justice

Tuesday 9/8/2020

Syracuse University College of Law and the Onondaga County Bar Association (OCBA), along with other community partners and the generous support of CNY private law firms, have launched a new educational series, titled “Race & Justice in Central New York”.

Just Mercy

Update on the University Review of DPS by Former AG Loretta Lynch

Wednesday 9/2/2020

Dear Members of the Syracuse University Community: In June, I shared with our community that I asked former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch to conduct a review of Syracuse University’s Department of Public Safety (DPS). Ms. Lynch, who served as U.S. attorney general under President Barack Obama, is respected for her expertise in police-community relations. I write to you today with an update on her work ...

Kent Syverud

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