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College of Law News

Dirty Little Wars and the Law: Did Osama bin Laden Win?

Monday 8/19/2019

The past week marked the 70th anniversary of the Geneva Conventions of 1949. This laudable treaty, signed by every country, codified centuries of custom, treaties and protocols to protect individuals found on the battlefield. There are four articles to the Geneva Conventions protecting the wounded and sick, prisoners of war and civilians ...

David Crane

Commentary: A Fitter Statute for the Common Law of Patents

Thursday 8/1/2019

As a law professor, I am in the camp of those who are critical of the proposed bipartisan, bicameral legislation (“the Coons-Tillis bill”) to amend provisions of the Patent Act dealing with patentable subject ...

Shubha Ghosh

Commentary: Trump’s Role Model

Tuesday 7/30/2019

US President Donald Trump and his advisers have evidently learned a great deal from Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán about racist immigration policies and how to destroy a democracy. Trump is not making America great or even good; he is making it Hungarian ...

David Driesen

Professor Michael Schwartz Publishes Article on Health Care for Deaf People in Northern Ireland

Wednesday 7/17/2019

A Fulbright scholar at Queen’s University Belfast in 2015, Schwartz conducted a study of deaf people’s access to Northern Ireland’s health care system. His study, confirmed over several subsequent visits to Northern Ireland, suggests that work needs to be done to fully effectuate Northern Ireland’s compliance with the UNCRPD ...

Michael Schwartz

Professor Arlene Kanter's Disability Law & Policy Work Featured on The Heumann Perspective

Monday 7/15/2019

Join Judy Heumann, former Special Advisor for International Disability Rights at the US Department of State, and Professor Arlene Kanter in a webcast discussion about how Kanter’s work as the Founder and Director of the Syracuse University College of Law’s Disability Law and Policy Program has facilitated the discussion of disability and disability inclusion ...

Arlene Kanter

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