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College of Law Professor Gregory Germain Discusses Tax Implications in the LeClairRyan Bankruptcy Proceedings

Wednesday 5/18/2022

In the in-depth Law360.com story, “Last Of LeClairRyan’s Partners Battle Opaque Tax Threat,” Professor Gregory Germain notes that the waiver of a bankruptcy claim based on an unpaid loan should be a concern because debt forgiveness is typically viewed as income for tax purposes.


Professor Gregory Germain

College of Law Holds Commencement for Class of 2022

Tuesday 5/17/2022

On Friday, May 6, Syracuse University College of Law held Commencement for its 199 J.D. and 33 LL.M. graduates. The event, the first in-person Commencement since 2019, featured the first cohort of graduating online J.D. students. Luke Cooper L’01 CEO of Latimer Ventures, Partner at Preface Ventures, and 2022 Visiting Scholar at the University of Maryland Baltimore was the Commencement speaker.


Alexis Telga L’23 Named as Student Representative to the Board of Trustees

Tuesday 5/17/2022

Alexis Telga L’23, a third-year law student in the College of Law, has been named as the law student representative to the Board of Trustees.


Burton Blatt Institute Study Featured in Legal Management’s “Best Practices for Making Your Law Firm More Inclusive"

Monday 5/16/2022

A study by the College of Law’s Burton Blatt Institute and the ABA was recently featured in “Best Practices for Making Your Law Firm More Inclusive for People with Disabilities”, by Legal Management, the Magazine of ALA.


Burton Blatt Institute

First Generation Law Student Association (FGLSA) Provides Support to Students

Wednesday 5/11/2022

2L Erica Glastetter created the First Generation Law Students Association in the fall of 2021, connecting with her other first-generation classmates to develop a network of mentors and prepare for the demands of the law school experience.


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