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Institute for Security Policy and Law Expands Mission Toward Emerging Technologies

Syracuse University Institute for Security Policy and Law (SPL) is the new name for the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT), a collaboration between the Syracuse University College of Law and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs ...

Impeachment & Public Opinion: Professor William C. Banks Speaks to China Daily

“If the public impeachment process builds the Ukraine abuse of office case clearly, so that average Americans can see what the president did, it should lead to impeachment and a trial in the Senate” ...

Commentary: The Burden of a Militarized US Foreign Policy

What role should American troops play — some would say, standing in the crossfire — between distant governments and groups engaged in protracted armed conflicts, whose grievances long predate 9/11?

Professor Doron Dorfman Discusses Disability Law & "Deservingness" on Ipse Dixit

In this episode, Doron Dorfman, Associate Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law, discusses his article “[Un]Usual Suspects: Deservingness, Scarcity, and Disability Rights,” which will be published in the UC Irvine Law Review ...

John G. Powers named in Best Lawyers

Hancock Estabrook, LLP is proud to announce that John G. Powers has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for 2020.

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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

Abdurrahman Güner

Abdurraham Guner, the College of Law’s first Turkish LL.M. student helps Turkey transition to…

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Welcome New Faculty

Mary C. Szto

Teaching Professor

Before entering teaching, Professor Szto practiced law in New York City, representing banks in financing matters. She also co-founded a legal aid organization specializing in immigration law. Among other schools, she has previously taught at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and Valparaiso University School of Law.

Szto has written extensively on issues such as the role of real estate agents…

Mary C. Szto