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Insight Into Diversity Profiles College of Law's HBCU 3+3 Agreements

Monday 7/8/2019

For Syracuse University College of Law Dean Craig Boise, 10 percent African American enrollment in the 125-year-old college wasn’t good enough, even though that number is “pretty typical for law schools across the country,” he says ...

A student studies in Dineen Hall.

Professor Peter Blanck Profiled by the Providence Journal

Monday 7/1/2019

“We have grown phenomenally, with offices in New York City, and Washington, and Atlanta, and Kentucky, and Syracuse, of course, and working all over the world,” Blanck said.

Peter Blanck

Military.com: Online Program is Helping Military Members and Spouses Get Law Degrees

Sunday 6/23/2019

This Military.com article focuses on JDinteractive—the College of Law’s online J.D. program—and its ability to allow active military, the military-connected, and veterans to pursue their law degree without having to commit to a three-year residential program ...

Professor William C. Banks: Trump's Assertion "May Be Unlawful"

Friday 6/14/2019

An expert in constitutional law tells the Associated Press that President Donald Trump’s assertion that he would be open to accepting a foreign power’s help in his 2020 campaign is not appropriate and “it may be unlawful.”

William C. Banks

Commentary: Jean-Pierre Bemba’s Request for Compensation for Damages from the International Criminal Court

Tuesday 6/11/2019

Jean-Pierre Bemba Gombo (Bemba) is the leader of the Movement for the Liberation of Congo (MLC) and was the commander-in-chief of its military forces during the Central African Bush War from 2003-2004, during which the MLC was accused of committing war crimes, as well as, crimes against humanity ...

David Crane

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