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Professor Shubha Ghosh Invited by the Japan Patent Office to Participate in Two Patent Workshops

Tuesday 1/11/2022

Professor Shubha Ghosh, Director of the Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute, will participate in the workshops, “Research on Standard-Essential Patents and Patent Exhaustion”, being held January 30-February 1 by the Japan Patent Office. Ghosh will provide legal insight and perspectives to these timely patent issues.

Professor Shubha Ghosh

S.J.D. Cohort Featured by Syracuse University

Tuesday 12/21/2021

The College of Law’s first cohort of Doctor of Juridical Science in Law (S.J.D.) students and their academic pursuits are profiled in the Syracuse University story, “Elevating Law Research”.

Prof. Arlene Kanter & Asst. Dean Andrew Horsfall L’10 with Renci “Mercy” Xie, Ricardo Pereira, Jawad Salman & Yohannes Zewale

Professor Doron Dorfman: Penalizing Preventative Mental Health Treatment for Law Students

Friday 11/19/2021

One of the examples of this phenomenon is the Character and Fitness evaluations state bar associations conduct around the country, used to admit prospective lawyers into the bar …

Doron Dorfman

Professor Lauryn Gouldin Publishes Chapter in the "Handbook on Pretrial Justice"

Friday 11/19/2021

Often overlooked, the decisions made at the earliest phases of the criminal legal system have huge implications for defendants and their families, the community, and the system itself, and impact the entire criminal legal system.

Lauryn Gouldin

Professor Nina Kohn: Realizing Supported Decision-Making: What It Does—and Does Not—Require

Tuesday 11/2/2021

Professor Nina Kohn’s new article in The American Journal of Bioethics is a peer-reviewed commentary that builds on her prior work on supported decision-making. It pushes back on the growing assumption that “good” supported decision-making requires formal, legally recognized agreements between individuals with disabilities and their supporters.

Nina Kohn

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