College of Law News

David M. Crane Begins Work for Sri Lankan War Crimes Commission

Thursday 12/11/2014

David M. Crane, professor of practice in the College of Law and faculty member in the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, has arrived in Sri Lanka as part of his work to uncover possible war crimes.

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Cold Case Justice Initiative to Hold Panel at National Press Club Dec. 9

Wednesday 12/10/2014

The Cold Case Justice Initiative (CCJI) at the College of Law will delve into the current state of the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Act during a panel at the National Press Club (NPC) on Dec. 9. The event starts at 8 a.m. in the main ballroom of the NPC.

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Syracuse College of Law One of Top Five Schools for NY Bar Pass Rate

Friday 12/5/2014

More than 87 percent of first-time Syracuse Law candidates passed the bar and Syracuse Law was one of three schools to see rates increase from last year.

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Dean Hannah Arterian One of Only Two Law School Deans Named to Committee to Review Uniform Bar Exam in New York

Monday 11/24/2014

Joel Stashenko, New York Law Journal, November 18, 2014

Dean Hannah Arterian is among eight members of a committee, named by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman, to review a proposal to adopt the Uniform Bar Exam in New York.

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Professor William C. Banks Interviewed by Newsweek About Sen. Mark Udall

Tuesday 11/18/2014

Sen. Mark Udall Contemplates Revealing CIA Torture Report

As Colorado Senator Mark Udall’s time in Congress comes to a close, he has some things he’d like to get off his chest.

In his first interview since losing his seat in the midterm elections, the Democrat told The Denver Post on Thursday that in his final weeks in office he will “keep all options on the table” to expose the severe interrogation techniques currently tucked away in the Senate’s still-classified CIA torture report. …

Newsweek talked with William C. Banks, director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism at Syracuse University, where he also teaches law, about the legal ramifications if Udall makes this move.

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