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College of Law Faculty to Participate in Society of Socio-Economists Annual Meeting

Wednesday 1/6/2021

Several College of Law faculty members will be among the participants in the 2021 Society of Socio-Economists (SOS) Annual Meeting. Hosted by the College of Law and titled “Pressing Social Issues,” the meeting will take place via Zoom on Jan. 10, 2021.

Professor Robin Paul Malloy Publishes on "Advancing Accessible Communities"

Tuesday 1/5/2021

“Property, land use, real estate, housing, and zoning professionals must learn the requirements of our disability laws, and they must work with urban planners and disability rights professionals to make our communities safe and easy to navigate for everyone.”

Robin Paul Malloy

Several College of Law Faculty to Present at AALS Annual Meeting

Wednesday 12/16/2020

Eight College of Law faculty members, including Dean Craig M. Boise, will moderate panels and present their research at the Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, taking place Jan. 5-10, 2021. Among the topics Syracuse faculty will address are the effects of COVID-19 on legal education, mental health, people with disabilities, and national security; Brexit and European law; the future of the Americans with Disabilities Act; capital acquisition; and climate change law and policy.

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Professor Shubha Ghosh Gives Keynote Address at AsLEA 2020

Monday 12/14/2020

Professor Shubha Ghosh presented the keynote lecture at the Annual Asian Law and Economics Association (AsLEA) Conference held in Malacca, Malaysia, on Dec. 12-13, 2020 ...

Shubha Ghosh

Hon. James Baker Publishes The Centaur’s Dilemma: National Security Law for the Coming AI Revolution

Monday 12/7/2020

Of all the areas that may benefit from artificial intelligence or be damaged by it, national security might be the most important. “Security risk will come first, as states—and perhaps other actors—race to develop and defend against the advantages of AI-enabled intelligence, weapons, and decision-making,” writes the Hon. James E. Baker, Director of the Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law (SPL), in The Centaur’s Dilemma: National Security Law for the Coming AI Revolution, newly published by the Brookings Institution Press (Dec. 1, 2020) ...

Hon. James E. Baker

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