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Professor Mark Nevitt on Pentagon Labyrinth: What’s the Military’s Role in a Contested Election?

We are on the eve of what could be a contentious and disputed election, and a turbulent transition. Given the possibility that we will not know who the winner is for some time after November 3, there are increased concerns about domestic disturbances and violence ...

Professor Mark Nevitt on Pentagon Labyrinth: What’s the Military’s Role in a Contested Election?

We are on the eve of what could be a contentious and disputed election, and a turbulent transition. Given the possibility that we will not know who the winner is for some time after November 3, there are increased concerns about domestic disturbances and violence ...

Professor Mark Nevitt on Pentagon Labyrinth: What’s the Military’s Role in a Contested Election?

We are on the eve of what could be a contentious and disputed election, and a turbulent transition. Given the possibility that we will not know who the winner is for some time after November 3, there are increased concerns about domestic disturbances and violence ...

Has the COVID-19 Pandemic Ushered in the Drone Age?

Third year law student Viviana Bro explores the progress of drone acceptance in the COVID-19 environment including FAA recognition and authorization for drone delivery services ...

Institute for Security Policy and Law Experts Featured in JNSLP COVID-19 Special Issue

As the novel coronavirus swept the globe in late 2019 and early 2020, a full-blown pandemic quickly and significantly affected the United States. The public health crisis worsened in the winter and spring of 2020, and it soon became clear that national security institutions and processes were being tested, sometimes in new and unique ways ...

Professor Nina Kohn in The Hill: When It Comes to Healthy Aging—Location, Location, Location

Location matters because it determines access to health-enhancing resources and exposure to health hazards. Racially discriminatory zoning and housing market practices have led to communities of color having higher concentrations of health hazards and reduced access to health-enhancing resources, such as greenspaces, accessible health care providers and healthy food ...

Hunsicker selected for Super Lawyer

Hunsicker selected for “Upstate New York Super Lawyer - Rising Star” for 2020

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Alumni Spotlight

Tahanie Aboushi

When Tahanie Aboushi L’09 was 14 years old, she and her nine siblings got a firsthand glimpse of…

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Faculty Spotlight

Shubha Ghosh

Crandall Melvin Professor of Law

Dr. Shubha Ghosh earned his J.D. from Stanford University, with distinction, and his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Michigan. He earned his B.A., cum laude, from Amherst College. Prior to joining Syracuse University College of Law, Ghosh taught at the University of Wisconsin Law School as a chaired, tenured professor and co-director of the Innovation cluster, consisting of faculty in…

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