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Professor Deborah O'Malley Presents on Intergroup Dialog at Legal Storytelling Conference

Wednesday 7/17/2019

Associate Teaching Professor Deborah O’Malley presented “Sharing Our Stories, Coming Together: The Power of Intergroup Dialogue in Legal Education” at the Seventh Biennial Conference on Applied Legal Storytelling at the University of Colorado at Boulder, July 9-11, 2019.

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Deborah O'Malley

Professor Corri Zoli Talks Iran & Economic Warfare on WAER

Wednesday 7/17/2019

With the Iran Nuclear deal hanging by a thread, a Syracuse University national security expert says Iran is using it as a tool to push back against the US, Britain, and other allies to gain a stronger foothold in the region ...

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Corri Zoli

Professor Peter Blanck Discusses the ADA and Web Accessibility on Knowledge@Wharton

Tuesday 7/16/2019

Blanck and Frieden discussed companies being sued—such as Domino’s Pizaa—for allegedly operating non-ADA compliant websites. They also addressed the future of accessibility, smart technology, universal design, and artificial intelligence ...

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Peter Blanck

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 ...

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Arlene Kanter

Matthew Wallace L'19 Discusses Student Resolutions on ABA Law Student Podcast

Friday 7/12/2019

In this episode, Ashley Baker is joined by Matthew Wallace L’19 for a deeper look at two of these resolutions and what law students hope to achieve through them. First, they discuss the resolution calling for the ABA to encourage widespread adoption of pro bono scholars programs ...

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Matthew Wallace

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