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Professor Nina Kohn Explores Nursing Homes, COVID-19, and Regulatory Failure in GLJO

Friday 4/16/2021

Professor Nina Kohn’s essay explores the COVID-19 crisis in America’s nursing homes and its lessons for the future of long-term care.

Nina Kohn

Syracuse Law Review and SUNY Upstate AMA/MSSNY Announce Writing Competition Winners

Wednesday 4/14/2021

Syracuse Law Review and the SUNY Upstate Medical University American Medical Association/Medical Society of the State of New York (AMA/MSSNY) Board have announce the winners of their COVID-19 Writing Competition ...

Syracuse Law Review

Fill in the Blanks: ILC Research Reports Give Innovators an Edge

Friday 4/9/2021

As of April 2021, faculty and students in the Innovation Law Center (ILC) are finalizing client presentations for the spring semester. Given current coronavirus pandemic restrictions, clients once again will meet virtually with research teams for presentations that will summarize the intellectual property, regulatory, and market landscape findings relevant to the respective technologies.

Innovation Law Center

Professor Doron Dorfman Publishes Crisis Standards of Care Study in JHPPL

Monday 3/29/2021

Forthcoming in the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, this paper is the first empirical study to show how state Crisis Standards of Care changed their treatment of disability and rationing overtime during the pandemic.

Doron Dorfman

Professor Danielle Stokes' "Zoning for Climate Change" Accepted by Minnesota Law Review

Friday 3/19/2021

No one seriously questions that an improved and decarbonized energy supply system is a key component of climate change mitigation, writes Professor Danielle Stokes in her abstract, but the United States’ system of federalism complicates the siting of utility-scale renewable energy facilities ...

Danielle Stokes

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