College of Law News

Arlene Kanter Appointed Faculty Director of International Programs

Monday 8/13/2018

Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence Arlene Kanter has been appointed Faculty Director of International Programs. Kanter adds this appointment to her directorship of the Disability Law and Policy Program ...

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Arlene Kanter

New Law Library Database: PLI Plus

Monday 8/13/2018

​The Law Library is pleased to announce its new subscription to the PLI Plus database. PLI Plus is the Practicing Law Institute’s online collection of treatises, course handbooks, and legal forms, and answer books. The legal forms are available to users in an editable format. (Access to the database is available for College of Law users only).

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David Driesen Comments on the EPA vs. California Fuel Standards Controversy

Thursday 8/9/2018

“California does have compelling and extraordinary conditions,” [Driesen] said. “There are wildfires, and if the heat goes up in California, they have more severe local air pollution exacerbated by the heat, so it just doesn’t wash” ...

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David Driesen

Two Syracuse Law Students Go to Work on the Judge Kavanaugh SCOTUS Nomination

Tuesday 8/7/2018

This fall semester, two Syracuse University College of Law students will play their part in a judicial appointment that has the potential for momentous political, social, and historical significance. 3L Kristina Cervi and 2L Emily Green will be working for the US Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of Legal Policy (OLP), helping with the confirmation process for US Supreme Court nominee the Hon. Brett Kavanaugh ...

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US Attorney General Jeff Sessions and 3L Kristina Cervi

Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Helps Celebrate 20 years of the IRS LITC Program

Monday 8/6/2018

“It is an honor for the College to have been part of the national LITC community for 16 of its 20 years,” says Nassau. “During that time, hundreds of College of Law student attorneys have assisted thousands of lower-income taxpayers in resolving tax controversies. The students not only gain real-life practical experience, they also help taxpayers get tax justice.”

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Robert Nassau

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