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AARP Interviews Professor Nina Kohn About Voting in Nursing Homes During a Pandemic

Thursday 9/24/2020

“It’s a bloody mess is what I would say,” Nina Kohn, a professor at the Syracuse University College of Law and a distinguished scholar in elder law at Yale Law School, says of the confusion around voting from nursing homes this year ...

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Nina Kohn

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 ...

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Michael Schwartz

Nursing Homes & Voting in a Pandemic: Professor Nina Kohn Joins NPR's 1A

Tuesday 9/22/2020

[M]ail-in voting is not a panacea, and certain populations anticipate facing additional challenges this November — particularly, nursing home residents and Native Americans living on reservations ...

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Nina Kohn

Professor Shubha Ghosh Reviews the "Territorial Discrepancy" of Intellectual Property Rights

Tuesday 9/22/2020

Intellectual property rights are territorial. Infringement claims—of unauthorized copying, making, selling, using—involving patents, copyrights, trademarks, or trade secrets are extraterritorial ...

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Shubha Ghosh

Professor Roy Gutterman L’00: RBG Was a “Pioneer, a Champion for Equality”

Tuesday 9/22/2020

“She was a pioneer, a champion for equality and women’s rights,” Syracuse University School of Law Professor Roy Gutterman told Capital Tonight. “Those are human rights; those are citizens’ rights. She fought for those issues before she was a justice and her jurisprudence followed through with that.”

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Roy Gutterman

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