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Five College of Law Faculty to Participate in SEALS Conference 2020

Monday 7/27/2020

Five College of Law faculty members will participate in the 2020 Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) conference, to be held online across July 30-Aug. 5, 2020. Syracuse participants will join workshops and discussions covering the development of online content and best practices for online instruction, admissions processes, criminal procedure reform, transnational/comparative law, non-traditional labor law, and faculty/student exchanges.

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Professor Nina Kohn Offers "Teaching Law Online: A Guide for Faculty"

Wednesday 7/22/2020

As law school classes move online, it is imperative that law faculty understand not only how to teach online, but how to teach well online ...

Nina Kohn

Professor Doron Dorfman's Mask Exemption Research Cited by Houston's KPRC

Tuesday 7/21/2020

“There is a delicate balance in the ADA regulations between the personal privacy rights and the rights of the business owner,” said Doron Dorfman, a professor at Syracuse University College of Law ...

Doron Dorfman

Professors Blanck and Dorfman Help USA Today Fact-Check Face Mask Regulations, Exemptions

Friday 7/17/2020

The claim: The Americans with Disabilities Act exempts people from face mask requirements imposed by governments and retailers.

College of Law

BBI, ABA Study Finds Prevalent Reports of Discrimination Faced by Disabled, LGBTQ+ Lawyers

Thursday 7/16/2020

A new national study by the ABA, in collaboration with the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, finds lawyers who identify as disabled and LGBTQ+ report experiencing both subtle and overt forms of discrimination at their workplaces, with common reports of subtle but unintentional bias ...

Burton Blatt Institute

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