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College of Law News

Professor Paula Johnson writes about William H. Johnson L’1903

Wednesday 10/16/2019

Professor Paula Johnson writes on the significance of the posthumous admission to the New York State Bar of William Herbert Johnson L’1903, the College’s first African American graduate.


William Herbert Johnson L'1903

3Ls Davida M. Hawkes and Richard Miller Prevail at the 42nd Annual Lionel O. Grossman Trial Competition

Friday 10/11/2019

The team of 3Ls Davida M. Hawkes and Richard Miller, representing the plaintiff, prevailed over 3Ls Alecia Frye and Troy Gayle, representing the defendant, at the 42nd Annual Lionel O. Grossman Trial Competition. Frye was the recipient of the Frank H. Armani L’56 Advocacy Award.


Richard Miller and Davida M. Hawkes

The Burton Blatt Institute to Host “Disability Arts and Culture as Vital Performance”

Wednesday 10/9/2019

Syracuse University’s Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) will be hosting “Disability Arts and Culture as Vital Performance”—a two-day symposium on disability arts and culture featuring a book reading and panel discussion—on Oct. 17-18, 2019.


“Disability Arts and Culture as Vital Performance”

Professor Roy Gutterman Talks Free Speech and Social Media on WXXI

Wednesday 10/9/2019

Professor Roy Gutterman, Associate Professor of Magazine, News, and Digital journalism in the Newhouse School, Director of the Tully Center for Free Speech, and Professor of Law was interviewed for the WXXI program ““Connections: Discussing the Intersection of Free Speech, Politics, and Social Media.”


Roy Gutterman

The Hon. James E. Baker Named a NAPA Fellow

Wednesday 10/9/2019

Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism Director the Hon. James E. Baker is among four Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs faculty members selected to join the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) as 2019 Academy Fellows.


James E. Baker

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