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2Ls William Wolfe & Omar Mosqueda Featured in Bar Reporter

Tuesday 4/9/2019

Syracuse was at first unfamiliar to [second-year College of Law] law students William Wolfe and Omar Mosqueda. The OCBA Diversity and Inclusion Committee together with the William Herbert Johnson Bar Association earlier this year recommended both 2Ls for the CNY Legal Diversity Internship Program ...

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OCBA Bar Report March 2019

Aparicio & Carbajal Reach Quarterfinals of the Herrara Moot Court Competition

Tuesday 4/9/2019

Third-year students Esther Aparicio and Kelsea Carbajal reached the quarterfinals of the annual Uvaldo Herrera National Moot Court Competition, which took place during the 2019 Hispanic National Bar Association’s Corporate Counsel Conference, March 20-23, 2019, at the Albuquerque (NM) Convention Center ...

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3Ls Esther Aparicio and Kelsea Carbajal with coach Jose Perez L'07

Michael Schwartz to Keynote University of Bialystok Disability Conference

Monday 4/8/2019

Professor Michael A. Schwartz, Director of the Disability Rights Clinic, will be one of three keynote speakers at a disability law conference organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Bialystok, Poland on April 11-12, 2019. The Polish university is an international partner of the College of Law ...

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Michael Schwartz

Cora True-Frost Pens OpEd on the Rwandan Genocide Anniversary

Monday 4/8/2019

This first week of April marks the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, a three-month long massacre during which Hutu militants killed an estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus after the Hutu president was killed. The international community responded to the atrocities late, and then sought accountability after the genocide by establishing the International Criminal Tribunal of Rwanda (ICTR) to try those most responsible ...

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Cora True-Frost

Roy Gutterman Speaks to Spectrum About Ending the Release of Mugshots

Friday 4/5/2019

... “I see a slippery slope. That if the government is going to wake up one day and say ‘Well, maybe we don’t want this information to go out’ maybe other types of important public information will be withheld too,” said Roy Gutterman, Syracuse University media professor ...

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Roy Gutterman

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