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Nina Kohn Co-Organizes Tel Aviv Elder Law Conference

Monday 6/18/2018

Organized by David M. Levy Professor of Law Nina A. Kohn, in collaboration with Professor Daphna Hacker of Tel Aviv University, “Elder Law and Its Discontents” takes place across June 18-19, 2018, at the Cegla Center for Interdisciplinary Research of the Law, Tel Aviv University, Israel ...

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Nina A. Kohn

Corri Zoli Discusses North Korea Summit with WSYR

Thursday 6/14/2018

Speaking to WSYR’s Dave Allen on June 12, 2018, Director of Research Corri Zoli analyzes the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean President Kim Jong-un and the fate of the verbal de-nuclearization agreement between the two leaders. While cautioning some skepticism, Zoli says Kim’s action’s before and after the summit offer some amount of hope that a lasting nuclear and peace deal can be reached and that the Western-educated dictator might be a “change agent” for the hermit nation ...

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Corri Zoli

A Technology Commercialization Law Student Helps Drone Start-Ups Soar

Wednesday 6/13/2018

Classes might be out for summer, but the work of the College of Law’s Technology Commercialization Law Program (TCLP) continues apace, with students and staff coordinating several early stage commercialization law projects to assist entrepreneurial clients and economic development business partners ...

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Cody Andrushko

"Head's Down": William C. Banks Discusses Mueller Probe Latest with Bloomberg Law

Monday 6/11/2018

William Banks, a professor at Syracuse Law School professor, discusses the latest updates in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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William C. Banks

David M. Crane to Discuss Yemen Crisis at Stimson Center Discussion

Friday 6/8/2018

On June 26, 2018, Professor of Practice David M. Crane will join other distinguished speakers at a Stimson Center event to explore how war crimes, crimes against humanity, and the most egregious human rights violations can be addressed via international law to promote accountability, uphold fundamental humanitarian standards, and obtain reparations for the countless victims of the Yemeni crisis.

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David M. Crane

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