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Law Library Fall Hours Posted

Friday 8/9/2019

​The Law Library has posted service hours for Fall 2019 on its Law Library Hours web page.


Professor Corri Zoli Comments on Foreign Countries' US Travel Warning

Thursday 8/8/2019

Japan joins list of countries warning of U.S. travel, Venezuela lists Tennessee city

(WZTV Nashville, TN | Aug. 7, 2019) Japan has joined a list of countries issuing travel alerts for the United States in the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend.

The country of Venezuela warned their citizens to avoid cities they called the “20 most dangerous in the world,” based on a report from Forbes Magazine. Among the cities listed are Memphis, Tennessee, Birmingham, Alabama, and Atlanta, Georgia ...

... A national security expert from Syracuse University called the travel advisories likely political in nature. Corrine Zoli, Director of Research for the university’s Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism says “there is likely a political message embedded in especially Venezuela’s travel alert in light of President Trump’s announcement on Monday of expanding US sanctions, which will freeze all Venezuelan government assets and ban all Americans from doing business with Maduro’s administration.”

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Corri Zoli

Commentary: A Fitter Statute for the Common Law of Patents

Thursday 8/1/2019

As a law professor, I am in the camp of those who are critical of the proposed bipartisan, bicameral legislation (“the Coons-Tillis bill”) to amend provisions of the Patent Act dealing with patentable subject ...


Shubha Ghosh

Professor William C. Banks Helps CNN Fact-Check the President

Wednesday 7/31/2019

“The President’s assertion is false, by a long shot,” said William Banks, a law professor at Syracuse University. “The President, like every actor in our national government, is bound by the Constitution” ...


William C. Banks

Syracuse University College of Law Researchers Awarded CUSE Grants

Tuesday 7/30/2019

The effectiveness of the Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities and other human rights treaties, the role of disability art in international relations, and exploring best practices for utilizing restorative practices in cases of elder abuse are the topics of Syracuse University College of Law research projects funded by the 2019 Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence (CUSE) Grant Program ...


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