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Hannah Gavin L’23 Awarded the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs Family Member Scholarship

Wednesday 5/11/2022

Hannah Gavin L’23 has been awarded the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs Family Member Scholarship by the Office of Veterans and Military Affairs (OVMA). Part of Syracuse’s commitment to being the best home to veterans and their families, these awards provide impactful financial assistance to military-connected students.

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Hannah Gavin

Ryan Marquette L’22 Announced as Syracuse University Student Veteran of the Year for 2022

Tuesday 5/10/2022

Ryan Marquette L’22 is Syracuse University’s 2022 Student Veteran of the Year, awarded by the Student Veterans Organization (SVO) and the Office of Veteran and Military Affairs (OVMA). This award is presented each year to a student who contributes both on and off campus to make Syracuse University “the best place for veterans.”

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New Syracuse Law Scholarship Honors the Ongoing Legacy of the Hon. Theodore A. McKee L'75

Tuesday 5/10/2022

Syracuse University College of Law is pleased to announce the establishment of the Hon. Theodore A. McKee L’75 Endowed Law Scholarship with a generous gift from Syracuse University Trustee and College of Law Board of Advisors Member Richard M. Alexander L’82, a partner at Arnold & Porter, and his wife Emily.

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The Hon. Theodore A. McKee L'75 (left) and Chancellor Kent Syverud (right.)

College of Law Faculty Weigh in on Leaked Roe v. Wade Opinion

Monday 5/9/2022

College of Law faculty members provide insight into the leaked opinion showing Supreme Court justices are working on a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Each offer insight on what this means in the current political climate and how this decision could further impact existing laws that safeguard civil rights and laws.

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Syracuse Law Graduates Inaugural Class of Its Ground-breaking Online JD Program

Monday 5/9/2022

On May 6, 2022, students in the inaugural class of Syracuse University College of Law’s first-of-its-kind JDinteractive (JDi) program graduated alongside their peers in the College’s residential JD program. JDi, a fully ABA-accredited program, was the first to combine live online class sessions with self-paced class sessions. Its innovative design served as a model for other law schools pivoting to online education amid the pandemic.

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