College of Law News

Syracuse Law’s “Valor Day” to Provide Free Services to CNY Veterans, Service Members & Families

Friday 1/29/2016

Syracuse University College of Law will be holding its sixth “Valor Day” event on Saturday, February 6 from 9 A.M. to 1 P.M. at Dineen Hall, 950 Irving Avenue, Syracuse. Representatives from more than a dozen organizations will be providing free legal, financial, career and counseling services for veterans, active duty service members and their immediate families.



Disability Law & Policy Program Marks 10th Anniversary with Spring Lecture Series

Wednesday 1/27/2016

The College of Law’s Disability Law & Policy Program is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with a Spring Lecture Series.


Disability Law & Policy Program students.

Semester in D.C. Externship Program Kicks Off Spring Semester with Guest Lecturer Michele Jawando

Thursday 1/21/2016

The College of Law’s Semester in D.C. Externship Program recently hosted Michele Jawando as its first guest lecturer.


Professor Kanter Participates in Strikingly Beautiful: A Celebration of Women & Girls With Disabilities Event

Wednesday 1/20/2016

Professor of Law Arlene Kanter was a panelist during the “Strikingly Beautiful: A Celebration of Women & Girls With Disabilities” event held at the White House on January 13, 2016.


Women & Girls With Disabilities Event Held at the White House, Jan. 13, 2016.

Professors Johnson and McDonald to Give Speech at Colgate University’s Martin Luther King Jr. Week

Friday 1/15/2016

Professors of Law Paula Johnson and Janis McDonald will be speaking at Colgate University on Monday, January 18 as part of Colgate’s Martin Luther King Jr. Week. Johnson and McDonald will be presenting, “Like a Mighty Stream: Demanding Justice for the Failure to Prosecute Racist Killings in America” at 1 P.M. at the ALANA Cultural Center, Hamilton, NY.


Janis McDonald and Paula Johnson

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