Interim Dean Banks to Join Thrower Symposium Cybersecurity Panel

Interim Dean and Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism William C. Banks has been invited to join the 2016 Randolph W. Thrower Symposium at Emory University School of Law on Feb. 11, 2016.


Syracuse University Alumni Reception in London

Syracuse University’s Office of Alumni Engagement invites you and your spouse or guests to a Syracuse University London reception. More»

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Professor Sales Discussed U.S. Visa Waiver Program and Syrian Refugees

Associate Professor of Law Nathan Sales recently spoke with Public Radio International about the United States’ Visa Waiver Program and its relationship to the Syrian refugee crisis.


Professor Nathan Sales Explains Meaning of Worldwide Travel Alert

Heading into the busy holiday travel season, the U.S. State Department has issued a worldwide travel alert, warning of an increased terrorist threat around the world. What does this mean? Associate Professor of Law Nathan Sales, a faculty member at the Institute of National Security and Counterterrorism, offers his opinion.


Joseph M. Di Scipio

FOX Television Stations has promoted Joseph Di Scipio, Syracuse Law Class of 1995, to Senior Vice President, Legal and FCC Compliance for Fox Television Stations, Inc. Di Scipio joined FTS as Vice President, Legal and FCC Compliance in 2009.


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Five Things You Might Not Know about Syracuse Law

Just for fun, we asked several people in the Syracuse Law community to share a few of their favorite facts and tidbits about our law school that prospective students might like to know about—and maybe wouldn't gather just from a quick scan of our website. Intrigued? Here we go.

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Featured Faculty

Richard S. Risman

Legal Writing Professor

Professor Risman has taught for 25 years as a law school faculty member, first with the Albany Law School as a Legal Skills Professor, and now here at the College of Law.

He teaches LCR I, LCR II, LCR III, and two LL.M. master of law courses, as well as an upper-level bar passage course. He has coached numerous moot court teams over the past 25 years, including the College of Law’s award-winning… More»

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