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The Legal Examiner Talks to Professor William C. Banks About Domestic Terrorism Cases

Wednesday 1/20/2021

“I think it’s not a one-off,” said William C. Banks, law professor at Syracuse University College of Law. “We’re in a very critical period right now that might even abate or reverse itself. I’m hopeful that it will. I think we’re going to have to see.”

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College of Law Adds Vincent H. Cohen '92, L'95 to Its Board of Advisors

Tuesday 1/19/2021

Syracuse University College of Law is pleased to announce the addition of Vincent H. Cohen ‘92, L’95—Partner at Dechert LLP, based in Washington, DC—to its Board of Advisors. Cohen is widely recognized and honored for his work in high-stakes litigation and investigations, representing global industry leaders in the technology, finance, and defense sectors. Also a member of the Syracuse University Board of Trustees, he embodies the talent, leadership, and public service found throughout the College’s diverse alumni community.

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Professor Shubha Ghosh Reviews Trump's Twitter Ban on KatieCouric.com

Tuesday 1/19/2021

“It’s no different than any other private business refusing service to somebody,” Ghosh, who specializes in antitrust law, said. “So if somebody goes into a grocery store or a movie theater or a bar and starts acting in an unruly way, let’s say, the private establishment is within its rights to have them be barred or to have them thrown out of the establishment.”

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Syracuse University College of Law Welcomes 13 LL.M. Students for Spring 2021

Friday 1/15/2021

In January 2021, the College of Law welcomed a new group of 13 students enrolled in our Master of Laws (LL.M.) program. “Despite the continued barriers and uncertainties caused by the coronavirus pandemic, this new spring cohort includes foreign lawyers representing the legal systems of five countries,” says Assistant Dean of International Programs Andrew S. Horsfall. “These students will join the 11 returning LL.M. students who began their studies in this past fall and spring, along with three visiting scholars.”

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Spring 2021 DCEx Program Includes Government, Nonprofit, Judicial, and Corporate Placements

Thursday 1/14/2021

Continuing its strong track record of top experiential learning placements, the spring 2021 Washington, DC, Externship Program (DCEx) begins with nine students set to gain practical legal experience across government, nonprofit, judicial, and corporate organizations.

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