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College of Law, Syracuse Law Review Host Fourth National Guardianship Summit

Monday 5/10/2021

Convened by the National Guardianship Network and hosted by Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse Law Review, the Fourth National Guardianship Summit takes place virtually across May 10-14, 2021. Participants will discuss the current state of the nation’s guardianship system and develop recommendations for future reform, with the summit organized around the theme of “Maximizing Autonomy and Ensuring Accountability”.

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"Systemic Neglect": MarketWatch Speaks to Professor Nina Kohn About Nursing Home Reform

Friday 4/30/2021

“You’re really trying to get at the underlying problem, which is that nursing-home owners can make a profit — substantial profit — by deliberately deciding to engage in systemic neglect.”

Nina Kohn

Professor Nina Kohn Speaks to Syracuse.com About Nursing Home Vaccines

Monday 4/26/2021

Nina Kohn, a Syracuse University law professor and expert in elder law, believes nursing homes should make staff vaccinations mandatory, subject to religious and medical exemptions ...

Nina Kohn

Bloomberg Discusses Vaccine Passports and ADA Liability with Professor Peter Blanck

Wednesday 4/21/2021

Getting workers’ consent to disclose their vaccine passports wouldn’t eliminate the threat of ADA liability, as courts could view that as coercive or discriminatory, said Peter Blanck, a Syracuse University law professor who’s written books on disability bias ...

Peter Blanck

Syracuse Law Review and SUNY Upstate AMA/MSSNY Announce Writing Competition Winners

Wednesday 4/14/2021

Syracuse Law Review and the SUNY Upstate Medical University American Medical Association/Medical Society of the State of New York (AMA/MSSNY) Board have announce the winners of their COVID-19 Writing Competition ...

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