College of Law News

College of Law Mourns the Passing of Beau Biden

Sunday 5/31/2015

The entire Syracuse University College of Law community is deeply saddened by the passing of our alumnus and friend, Beau Biden. We send our deepest sympathy and prayers to the Biden family, his friends and colleagues in Delaware’s Attorney General’s office. Beau is survived by his wife Hallie, children Natalie and Hunter as well as his father U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden and his wife Jill along with his brother Hunter and sister Ashley.

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Beau Biden at the 2011 College of Law Commencement

Faculty Transitions for Moot Court and Advocacy Program

Thursday 5/28/2015

Professor Lucille Rignanese is returning to practice following many years with the College of Law as a Legal Research and Writing Instructor. In recent years, she held the very significant
assignment of Faculty Advisor to Moot Court and Advocacy Programs; Professor Kathleen O’Connor will step into this important role.

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Professor Kathleen O'Connor

Syracuse Law Celebrates 2015 Commencement

Wednesday 5/20/2015

On Friday, May 8 in Syracuse University’s Carrier Dome, Syracuse Law celebrated its 2015 commencement. During the ceremony, the College conferred 193 juris doctor and 17 master of law degrees.

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SYRACUSE LAW STUDENT AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS PEGGY BROWNING FELLOWSHIP

Friday 5/15/2015

The Peggy Browning Fund has awarded a 10-week summer fellowship to Hillary Webb, a first-year student at Syracuse University College of Law.

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Scholar Spotlight: Jesse Campion L'15

Wednesday 5/6/2015

As an undergraduate student, Jesse Campion never thought he would end up in the military. But then 9/11 happened. “That kind of shifted the tide,” he says. After graduating in 2002, he started learning more about the benefits of the military, enlisted, and left for basic training in November 2003.

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Jesse Campion L'15

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