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"Questions About Character": William C. Banks Speaks to Bloomberg About Kavanaugh Probe

Tuesday 10/2/2018

William Banks, professor at Syracuse University Law School, discusses President Trump’s Monday comments, where he supported a “very comprehensive” investigation into sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh ...

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William C. Banks

As Kavanaugh Hearing Unfolds, College of Law Students Offer Reactions

Monday 10/1/2018

The ongoing hearings surrounding the US Supreme Court nomination of the Hon. Brett Kavanaugh, and in particular the Sept. 28, 2018, testimony of both Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct while both were high school students, have gripped the nation. For law students, the hearings are an especially fascinating illustration of lessons they are learning in the classroom, about separation of powers, constitutional law, administrative law, evidence, and more ...

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2L Bo Hershey

Knickerbocker, Grummons Win Bond, Schoeneck & King Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition

Monday 10/1/2018

Third-year students Sarah Knickerbocker and Lacey Grummons won the seventh annual Bond, Schoeneck & King Alternative Dispute Resolution Competition, which took place in the Melanie Gray Ceremonial Courtroom on Sept. 27, 2018. The other finalists were 2Ls Madison Calkins and William M.X. Wolfe ...

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Third-year students Sarah Knickerbocker and Lacey Grummons.

Disability Rights International Releases Report Co-Authored by Arlene Kanter

Friday 9/28/2018

On Sept. 27, 2018, Disability Rights International (DRI) released a powerful report—co-authored by Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence Arlene Kanter and alumna Milanoi Koiyiet LLM’16—documenting the intense pressure that Kenyan parents face if their children are born with a disability.

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Arlene Kanter

The Cold Case Justice Initiative Commemorates 10th Year Anniversary

Friday 9/28/2018

The Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI), at Syracuse University College of Law, will commemorate over 10 years of seeking justice and accountability for racially motivated crimes during the Civil Rights Era with an awards dinner on Saturday, September 29, 2018, at Syracuse University College of Law.

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Paula Johnson

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