College of Law News

Professor Helfman writes about Supreme Court’s ruling Horne v. Department of Agriculture

Friday 8/21/2015

In this blog post, Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman outlines the impact on personal property rights of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Horne v. Department of Agriculture. She also discusses the ruling’s relationship to Fairholme Funds, Inc. v. United States, which is currently pending in federal court.


VALOR Day Featured on WSYR TV

Friday 8/21/2015

Yelena Duterte, Lecturer and Director of the Veterans Law Clinic, and Matthew Crouch, (L ’16) and Director of V.I.S.I.O.N. (Veterans Issues, Support Initiative and Outreach Network), appeared on WSYR TV’s Bridge Street program to discuss the upcoming VALOR (Veterans Advocacy, Law and Outreach) Day event.


College of Law Welcomes J.D. Class of 2018 and LL.M. Class of 2016

Wednesday 8/19/2015

The College of Law welcomes its incoming J.D. Class of 2018 and LL.M. Class of 2016 this week with a full schedule of orientation events and programs. The events and activities are being hosted by the College’s faculty, staff, alumni and returning students to give the next class the insight and information they need while bringing them in to the College of Law family.


Professor Nathan Sales Provides Insights on Clinton Email Investigation

Wednesday 8/12/2015

Did Hillary Clinton’s private email server break the law on mishandling classified information?


Semester in D.C. Externship Students Gain Insights from F.B.I. General Counsel

Friday 8/7/2015

The summer Semester in D.C. Externship students recently visited the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) headquarters where they met with James Baker, F.B.I. General Counsel and Catherine Bruno, Special Assistant to the F.B.I. General Counsel.


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