College of Law News

Syracuse Law Remembers Alumna Faith Seidenberg

Tuesday 1/20/2015

Faith April Seidenberg, attorney and civil rights activist and Syracuse Law alumna, died January 16 at her home in Syracuse. She was 91. Read more about her life in a New York Times obituary.


Syracuse University College of Law Visiting Scholar awarded the Brazilian National Medal for Access to Justice

Friday 1/16/2015

Gregorio Assagra de Almeida was recognized by the Brazilian Ministry of Justice contributions to the promotion, expansion, and democratization of the law. He was recognized along with other prominent recipients of the medal including former president of Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.


INSCT Co-Hosts International Workshop on Islam and Conflict Norms

Friday 1/9/2015

By Martin Walls, Communications Manager, INSCT

Representatives from the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) traveled to the Arab Gulf recently to co‐host a preparatory workshop toward a future international conference on Islam and the Laws of War, to be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 2015. See photos from the event here.

“The Role of Shari’a and Islamic Laws of War in Contemporary Conflict” workshop took place at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies (KFCRIS) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Dec.14 and 15, 2014. The workshop was hosted by Prince Turki bin Faisal Al Saud, Chairman of KFCRIS. Co-hosts of the event, along with INSCT, were two partners in INSCT’s ongoing Islam, Law, and War research project: the US Institute of Peace (USIP) and Italy’s International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences (ISISC).


Syracuse College of Law Opens Veterans Legal Clinic

Tuesday 1/6/2015

First comprehensive veterans legal clinic in New York providing free legal assistance to veterans facing issues related to their veteran and military status.


College of Law Community Mourns Loss of Professor Jeremy Blumenthal

Friday 12/19/2014

Our Friend and Colleague, Jeremy A. Blumenthal passed away on Thursday December 18, 2014. His contributions to the fields of psychology and law, and to the College of Law, cannot be overstated. He will be dearly missed. If you would like to leave your thoughts a memory book is available here


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