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Law Review Symposium Addresses Impacts of Online Education on Law Schools & the Legal Profession

Monday 5/6/2019

On April 26, 2019, Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse Law Review hosted a first-of-its-kind law review symposium on online education and its impact on law schools and the legal profession. “Online Learning and the Future of Legal Education” convened a diverse group of leading thinkers—including a number of current and former law school deans—to discuss best practices in online learning, to share and evaluate different learning models, and to explore the implications for the legal profession and access to justice more broadly ...

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Syracuse Law Review Symposium on Online Education

Commentary: Competition Through the Pervasive Method

Monday 5/6/2019

Antitrust law is hot again, but what will be its flavor? Bork’s antitrust paradox has just created new dilemmas. Lower prices, as made possible by platforms like Amazon, may not live up to the promise of maximizing of consumer welfare. And consumer welfare may not be the right metric for antitrust success anyway ...

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Shubha Ghosh

Commentary: Mueller Report Offers Ample Basis for Impeachment Inquiry

Friday 5/3/2019

(Re-published from Law360 | May 3, 2019) Special counsel Robert Mueller’s recently released report paints a disturbing picture of President Donald Trump and his aides welcoming Russian interference in the 2016 election. This vivid picture, while damning enough on its own, lacks some pieces. Portions of the report addressing Trump’s relationship with the Russian election interference have suffered heavy redaction, and key witnesses destroyed potential evidence ...

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David Driesen

DCEx Students Visit Pentagon as Guest of Joseph Rutigliano L’86

Friday 5/3/2019

Alumnus Joseph Rutigliano L’86 is Branch Head for the International and Operational Law Branch, Judge Advocate Division, US Marine Corps and Special Assistant on Law of War issues. On April 25, 2019, he was Distinguished Guest Lecturer for the Spring 2019 DC Externship Program’s final seminar, hosted by Rutigliano at the Pentagon ...

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3L Molly D'Agostino Wins First Place in the NYBPC's Tech and Entertainment Section

Thursday 5/2/2019

Third-year law student Molly D’Agostino won first place and a $10,000 prize in the Technology and Entertainment Section of the New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC), the finals of which took place in Albany, NY, on April 26, 2019. D’Agostino’s business—Our Song Co.—writes custom songs and offers media services for couples and weddings, including consulting, video, poetry and memoir writing, and more.

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Molly D'Agostino

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