A quick look at the advertisements that aired during last week’s Super Bowl shows that hi-tech innovations predominate; Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa, Fitbit’s activity-tracking watch, and other Silicon Valley inventions took the spotlight. Here at Syracuse Law, the Technology Commercialization Law Program (TCLP) prepares students for careers protecting intellectual property in an age when innovation is vital to commercial success.
Bill Brings CCJI One Step Closer to Having Emmett Till Act Extended
This week both the House and Senate introduced a bill to reauthorize the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Act, which expires in 2017, in a bipartisan effort to continue the work begun by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in 2008. The participation and contributions of the Cold Case Justice Initiative’s (CCJI) co-directors and students were instrumental in this legislative development.More»
Professor Robert Nassau Comments on Tax Fraud and Scams
Robert Nassau, Professor of Practice and Director of the Low Income Taxpayer Clinic, discussed taxpayer fraud and scams with Cardhub.com.More»
Professor Crane and Students Discuss Syrian Accountability Project White Paper
Professor of Practice David Crane along with Peter Levrant 3L and Executive Director of the Syrian Accountability Project, Molly White 3L and Chief Registrar of the Syrian Accountability Project, and Zachary Lucas 2L and incoming Executive Director of the Syrian Accountability Project discuss the findings in the “Looking Through the Window Darkly” white paper.More»
M. Catherine Richardson L'77
The New York Bar Foundation has honored Past New York State Bar President Bar M. Catherine Richardson (1996–1997) with its Lifetime Achievement Award. Richardson, who also served as president of The New York Bar Foundation (2009–2010) received the honor during the Bar Association’s Annual Meeting in New York City January 29.More»
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Technology Commercialization Law Program: Real Experience from Lab to Market
Associate Professor of Law
Professor Kim teaches Immigration Law and Torts. His primary research interest is in immigration and refugee law, with a particular focus on theories of citizenship, cultural accommodation, and judicial review of immigration agency action.
Professor Kim received his B.A. from Duke University and his J.D. from Harvard Law School, where he was a senior editor of the Harvard International… More»