William Banks, a professor at Syracuse University Law School, discusses why the judge in Paul Manafort’s money-laundering case is complaining that there have been too many secret filings in the case ...More»
In January 2018, the College of Law welcomed its newest cohort of LL.M. students. With interests ranging from international humanitarian law to sports law to commercial law, the seven new arrivals travelled to Syracuse from countries in Asia, the Middle East, South America, and Africa ...More»
The American Bar Association has granted the Syracuse University College of Law a variance to offer a fully interactive online juris doctor program. The online J.D. program will be the first in the nation to combine real-time and self-paced online classes, on-campus residential classes, and experiential learning opportunities ...More»
... A loss would have been “devastating,” for Uber, valued at $72 billion according to its most recent round, said Shubha Ghosh, director of the Technology Commercialization Law Center at Syracuse University’s College of Law. Alphabet was seeking damages of $1 billion ...More»
In a further collaboration between the College of Law and Adam Mickiewicz University Faculty of Law in Poznan, Poland Professors Robert Ashford and Maciej Dybowski have arranged for the Polish translation of “Broadening Capital Acquisition with the Earnings of Capital as a Means of Sustainable Growth and Environmental Sustainability,” an article co-authored by Ashford. The article, translated by Krzysztofa Nędzyński and Iwona Grenda, has been published in Ruch Prawniczy, Ekonomiczny i Socjologiczny (the Journal of Law, Economics, and Sociology), and can be read at this link.
“The published translation of this article is evidence of both the international importance of a more inclusive approach to capitalism based on binary economics and also of the constructive collaboration that can result from the academic cooperation between our College and the Adam Mickiewicz Faculty of Law,” says Ashford ...More»