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Professor William C. Banks Discusses Trump Impeachment Trial on KPCC

Wednesday 1/22/2020

The U.S. Senate plunged into President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial with Republicans abruptly abandoning plans to cram opening arguments into two days but solidly rejecting for now Democratic demands for more witnesses ...

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Professor A. Joseph Warburton Co-authors “Mutual Funds that Borrow”

Tuesday 1/21/2020

Professor A. Joseph Warburton, Professor of Law and Professor of Finance at the Whitman School of Management, has co-authored the paper “Mutual Funds that Borrow” with Professor Michael Simkovic, Professor of Law and Accounting, at the USC Gould School of Law, in the Journal of Empirical Legal Studies.

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1L Ryan Marquette Speaks with the American Legion on his Army Service and Legion Involvement

Friday 1/17/2020

1L Ryan Marquette recently attended the Student Veterans of America National Conference, held by the American Legion, and spoke with the Legion about his Army service and perspectives on being an American Legionnaire.

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3Ls Brian Krastev and Matthew Marcellino Advance to the Semi-Final Round of the ABA Law Student Tax Challenge

Thursday 1/16/2020

The College of Law team of 3Ls Brian Krastev and Matthew Marcellino is one of six semi-finalist teams in the American Bar Association (ABA) Law Student Tax Challenge competition, out of the 70 teams that entered the competition.

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Syracuse University College of Law Introduces "Third Year Away" Option for Residential J.D. Students

Wednesday 1/15/2020

Starting with the Class of 2023, students in Syracuse University College of Law’s residential J.D. program will have the option of spending their third year entirely off-campus while still taking courses from College of Law faculty. Specifically, students in good standing will have the option to enroll in the “Third Year Away” program, which will allow them to satisfy their remaining requirements for graduation by completing a supervised externship in a legal practice setting and by taking up to 12 credits of interactive online courses ...

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