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Disability Law Student 2L Matthew Yanez Featured by Syracuse Stories

Tuesday 11/30/2021

Matthew Yanez L’23 has seen the justice system at work firsthand. Growing up in California, Yanez had an uncle who was incarcerated at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles. He and his father would visit his uncle on Saturday mornings, and that glimpse into the justice system sparked his interest in a career in law ...

2L Matthew Yanez

"Race and Justice in Central New York" Series Wins NYSBA Award

Tuesday 11/30/2021

The New York State Bar Association Committee for Bar Leaders of NYS has announced that “The Bond, Schoeneck & King Series on Race and Justice in Central New York” is the 2021 winner of the NYSBA “Innovation Award” for medium-sized associations ...

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COVID-19 and ADA Reform: Professor Doron Dorfman Speaks with Law360

Monday 11/15/2021

“Private enforcement models often create this stigma against the enforcers, the plaintiffs, who are just enforcing a law that’s been in place for three decades.”

Doron Dorfman

Professor Nina Kohn: Realizing Supported Decision-Making: What It Does—and Does Not—Require

Tuesday 11/2/2021

Professor Nina Kohn’s new article in The American Journal of Bioethics is a peer-reviewed commentary that builds on her prior work on supported decision-making. It pushes back on the growing assumption that “good” supported decision-making requires formal, legally recognized agreements between individuals with disabilities and their supporters.

Nina Kohn

MedPage Today Asks Professor Doron Dorfman About Vaccine Mandates

Thursday 10/28/2021

Doron Dorfman explained that employers must “provide reasonable accommodation to employees sincerely holding religious beliefs,” as long as they do not create an “undue hardship” for the employer ...

Doron Dorfman

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