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Professor Roy Gutterman L’00 Discusses Potential Future of Defamation Law with People Magazine After Depp v. Heard Verdict

Wednesday 6/8/2022

Professor Roy Gutterman L’00, Director of the Tully Center for Free Speech, tells People Magazine that the recent verdict that Amber Heard defamed Johnny Depp in her December 2018 op-ed for the Washington Post was “shocking” to some.


Roy Gutterman

The U.S. News and World Report Lists the College of Law’s Burton Blatt Institute as a Leading Center for Disability Rights

Tuesday 6/7/2022

The Syracuse University College of Law’s Burton Blatt Institute was recently featured in a U.S. News and World Report Article as one of two of the most prominent law schools in the country with specific centers or programs focused on disability rights or advocacy.


Burton Blatt Institute

New Database: International Encyclopaedia of Laws (IEL)

Monday 6/6/2022

The Law Library now subscribes to the online International Encyclopaedia of Laws (IEL). The IEL is an essential tool for foreign and comparative law research. The collection includes 26 volumes covering each legal subject with country-by-country descriptions of how each national legal system governs a specific field of law. Access provided to College of Law users only.


Professor Elizabeth Kubala Awarded Grant from New York Health Foundation to Attend Judicial Conference

Thursday 6/2/2022

Professor Elizabeth Kubala, Executive Director of the Betty and Michael D. Wohl Veterans Legal Clinic, was recently awarded a grant from the New York Health Foundation (NYHealth) to attend the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) 15th Judicial Conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.


Professor Kubala with 3Ls Abby Gorzlancyk, Sunny Lostritto, and Ryan Carson

Professor Nina Kohn Offers Comments to Lever News on Nursing Home Deregulation in Florida

Wednesday 6/1/2022

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently extended protections for the nursing home industry from COVID-19 related liability lawsuits, in addition to reducing the amount of resident care the facilities are required to provide residents. According to Professor Nina Kohn, this is a dangerous step in the wrong direction for resident well-being.


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