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College of Law News

Professor Paula Johnson Discusses Race, Biases, and Criminal Law Issues in the Wrongful Conviction of Anthony Broadwater

Tuesday 1/25/2022

In the in-depth Syracuse Post-Standard article, “Alice Sebold case: How Race and Incompetence Doomed Anthony Broadwater to Prison”, Professor and Director of the Cold Case Justice Initiative Paula Johnson discusses racial, bias, and criminal law aspects of the case.

Professor Paula Johnson

Professor Gregory Germain Weighs in on Two Credit Card Stories for MoneyGeek

Thursday 1/20/2022

Commercial and bankruptcy law expert Professor Gregory Germain provides insight into low APR credit cards and adding authorized users to a credit card.

Professor Gregory Germain

Professor Nina Kohn Discusses “Why the Future of Legal Ed is Online” with prelaw Magazine

Wednesday 1/19/2022

In the article, Professor Nina Kohn, Faculty Director of Online Education, says, “COVID-19 has shown us that there are many ways to deliver legal education. It does not have to be one size fits all.”

Professor Nina Kohn

Renci “Mercy” Xie LL.M. ’20 Speaks with National Public Radio on Disabled Chinese Citizens’ Fight for Access

Tuesday 1/4/2022

National Public Radio recently interviewed Renci “Mercy” Xie LL.M. ‘20 and currently a doctoral candidate in the S.J.D. program for the story, “China excels at the Paralympics, but its disabled citizens are fighting for access.”

Mercy Xie LL.M. '20

Professor Nina Kohn Reacts to Big Law Firms Join Nursing Homes, Hospitals in Fight Over Liability for COVID-19 Deaths

Thursday 12/23/2021

In the New York Law Journal story, “Big Law Firms Join Nursing Homes, Hospitals in Fight Over Liability for COVID-19 Deaths”, Professor Nina Kohn notes that the introduction of more high-powered attorneys signals that providers—which are often large, chain entities that own facilities across multiple jurisdictions—might be stepping up efforts to secure appellate victories.

Professor Nina Kohn

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