College of Law News

William C. Banks Discusses Limits to Emergency Powers with LA Times

Monday 1/14/2019

... “Factually it is ludicrous to claim this is a national emergency, but who would have standing to challenge it?” said Syracuse law professor William Banks. “It could be a property owner who says his land has been diminished in value.” If so, however, such a case may take time to develop ...

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William C. Banks

DCEx Spring Session Begins

Monday 1/14/2019

​DCEx begins its spring session on January 14 with 14 students in Washington, DC.

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Law Library Closed: Jan. 21

Monday 1/14/2019

The Law Library will be closed on Mon., Jan. 21 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The service desks will re-open on Tues., Jan. 22 at 8am.

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BBI and GUDC Chairman Peter Blanck to Certify First Universal Designed Building in Ecuador

Friday 1/11/2019

On Jan. 17, 2019, the Global Universal Design Commission (GUDC) will deliver—through GUDC Chairman Professor Peter Blanck of the Burton Blatt Institute—its first certification in compliance with commission standards outside the United States, to the Metropolitan Convention Center of Quito, Ecuador ...

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Metropolitan Convention Center of Quito, Ecuador

WSYR: First-ever online law program starts at Syracuse University

Friday 1/11/2019

... “I live within two miles of five law schools in Chicago, all of which have part-time programs, but I really am comfortable with this type of learning,” said Ray Scannell, an online law student through SU ...

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