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2L Hilda A. Frimpong Becomes the First Black Student to Lead Syracuse Law Review

Second-year law student Hilda A. Frimpong has been elected by her peers as the next Editor-in-Chief of Syracuse Law Review. When she assumes her duties for Volume 72 (2021-2022), Frimpong will be the first Black student to lead the Law Review since it began publishing in 1949.

Professor Nina Kohn: Netflix's "I Care a Lot" Should Worry You

In Professor Nina Kohn’s latest commentary, she draws on her nationally recognized expertise on guardianship law. Kohn served as Reporter for the Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act, and she has testified on guardianship abuse before the US Senate Special Committee on Aging.

Professor Nina Kohn: Netflix's "I Care a Lot" Should Worry You

In Professor Nina Kohn’s latest commentary, she draws on her nationally recognized expertise on guardianship law. Kohn served as Reporter for the Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act, and she has testified on guardianship abuse before the US Senate Special Committee on Aging.

Professor Nina Kohn: Netflix's "I Care a Lot" Should Worry You

In Professor Nina Kohn’s latest commentary, she draws on her nationally recognized expertise on guardianship law. Kohn served as Reporter for the Uniform Guardianship, Conservatorship, and Other Protective Arrangements Act, and she has testified on guardianship abuse before the US Senate Special Committee on Aging.

SPL Researcher Matt Mittelsteadt Publishes AI Verification Report with CSET

In this peer-reviewed report—“Mechanisms to Ensure AI Arms Control Compliance”—Institute for Security Policy and Law AI Policy Research Fellow Matthew Mittelsteadt defines the goals of “AI verification” and proposes several mechanisms to support arms inspections and continuous verification.

"A Crip Reckoning" to Reflect on the 30th Anniversary of the ADA

Burton Blatt Institute’s (BBI) Office of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach (OIPO) series (Dis)courses: Interdisciplinary Disability Dialogues continues on Feb. 2 at 7:30 p.m. ET with “A Crip Reckoning: Reflections on the ADA@30.”

Green releases 39th book

Tim Green Releases 39th Book, Baseball Genius: Grand Slam

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Raising the Bar

Applying to law school can be a stressful undertaking. We thought it would be helpful to provide a handy guide with all of this information in our eBook, Raising the Bar: Preparing For Law School. Word Document

Alumni Spotlight

Yasmeen Eesa

In December 2020, Syrian native Yasmeen Eesa LL.M.‘19 spoke with Amicus Partners about her…

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Faculty Spotlight

Kristen Barnes

Associate Dean for Faculty Research

Kristen Barnes is an Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Professor of Law. Professor Barnes teaches courses on Property, Housing Law, and Voting Rights Law. Barnes received her B.A. in Political Science from Vassar College, J.D. from Harvard Law School, and Ph.D. in Literature from Duke University. Dr. Barnes’s scholarship focuses on anti-discrimination and equality law, property, housing,…

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