American lawyers mechanically introduce each count in a pleading with the talismanic clause of “repeat and reallege” everything said before. This is a useless recitation, cluttering complaints, answers, and indictments. It has no purpose, makes no sense, and is not used in any other legal system ...More»
“Rep. Schiff is protected by the Speech or Debate Clause of the Constitution from being questioned ‘in any other place,’” said William Banks, a law professor at Syracuse University. “The protection clearly extends to the offending Tweets.”More»
SU Humanities Center and The Burton Blatt Institute Host “‘Cripping’ Graphic Medicine: Psychiatric Disability"
Syracuse University’s Humanities Center and The Burton Blatt Institute’s (BBI) Office of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach are hosting the two-part Syracuse Symposium, ‘Cripping’ Graphic Medicine: Psychiatric Disability, ‘Crip’ Culture, and the Humanities.More»
Photographs from the ceremony posthumously admitting William Herbert Johnson L’1903 to the New York State Bar.More»
Professor Paula Johnson writes on the significance of the posthumous admission to the New York State Bar of William Herbert Johnson L’1903, the College’s first African American graduate.More»