Every Marine knows better than to pull a knife in a gunfight. But so far, that appears to be the federal government’s approach to battling Covid-19. The president has “invoked” the Defense Production Act, but the government has not used the full authority of the act. There is a difference between invoking a law and using it, just as there is a difference between talk and action ...More»
Professor Doron Dorfman Examines "[Un]Usual Suspects: Deservingness, Scarcity, and Disability Rights"
People encounter disability in public spaces where accommodations are granted to those who fit into this protected legal class, writes Professor Doron Dorfman. Nondisabled people desire many of these accommodations—such as the use of reserved parking spots or the ability to avoid waiting in a queue—and perceive them as “special rights” prone to abuse.More»
Syracuse University College of Law is pleased to announce the launch of its new Doctor of Juridical Science in Law (Scientiae Juridicae Doctor, or S.J.D.) degree program. This is the third programmatic announcement in the 2019-2020 academic year for the College of Law, coming after the December 2019 launch of the online J.D./M.B.A. program and the January 2020 launch of Third Year Away.More»
In addition to their preparatory work at the Prolivio headquarters, Zombek and the team have been working with the Syracuse University College of Law’s Innovation Law Center (ILC) to understand the product’s intellectual property landscape, the application of various regulations, and how to optimize the product’s path to market ...More»
The Law Library is pleased to announce a new online study aids collection, Wolters Kluwer Study Aids, for law students. The collection includes the popular Examples & Explanations series. Users will be prompted for their NetIDs to successfully connect. Once connected, users can create their own customized accounts to highlight text, make annotations, etc. Please see our student flyer for additional information.More»