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College of Law Alum Martin (Marty) Feinman L'83 writes in the NYLJ on the Central Park 5 Case

Thursday 6/20/2019

College of Law Alum Martin (Marty) Feinman L’83 recently wrote an opinion article for the New York Law Journal on the lessons to be learned from the Central Park 5 Case.

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Martin Feinman

ADA Live! Podcast to Feature Sen. Tom Harkin on July 3, 2019

Friday 6/14/2019

The Hon. Tom Harkin—former Senator and Congressman, veteran, author, attorney, and chief sponsor of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA)—will be the featured guest on the July 3, 2019, broadcast of ADA Live! , a podcast produced by the Syracuse University Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) and Southeast ADA Center. University Professor Peter Blanck, Chairman of BBI, will interview Sen. Harkin in celebration of the 29th anniversary of this historic civil rights legislation ...

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Burton Blatt Institute

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.”

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William C. Banks

Law Library Closed: July 4

Thursday 6/13/2019

The Law Library will be closed on Thurs., July 4 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. The service desks will re-open on Fri., July 5 at 8am.

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Andrew Horsfall L'10 Receives Fulbright to Attend International Education Administrators Seminar

Thursday 6/13/2019

Over a few weeks in October and November 2019, Assistant Dean of International Programs Andrew Horsfall L’10 will travel to Berlin, Germany, to attend the 2019-2020 International Education Administrators Seminar. After a competitive process, Horsfall was awarded a J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board grant—funded jointly by the US Congress and the Fulbright Commission in Germany—to attend the intensive, two-week seminar.

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Andrew Horsfall

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