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Tahanie Aboushi L’09: Guardian of Justice

Monday 8/3/2020

When Tahanie Aboushi L’09 was 14 years old, she and her nine siblings got a firsthand glimpse of the legal system as her father stood trial and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. “It was a very destabilizing experience,” recalls Aboushi, a civil rights attorney now running for Manhattan district attorney. “We underestimate how big of a footprint the legal system has on family and on the community” ...

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Tahanie Aboushi L’09

Professor Nina Kohn Critiques "Safe to Work Act" for Law360

Monday 8/3/2020

“It is the kitchen sink of tort reforms. It’s possibly the kitchen bathtub, though, because there are things in here that are unscrupulous and extraordinary,” Kohn said ...

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Nina Kohn

Professor Paula Johnson Reflects on Rep. Lewis' Legacy for CNYCentral

Friday 7/31/2020

A Syracuse University law professor who personally worked with the late Rep. John Lewis says it is up to us to continue his legacy. Lewis was laid to rest in Atlanta on Thursday. Former president Barack Obama delivered a eulogy ...

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Paula Johnson

Professor Michael Schwartz Reflects on the ADA@30 for WAER

Thursday 7/30/2020

The Director of the Disability Rights Clinic at Syracuse University’s Office of Clinical Legal Education says the American’s with Disabilities Act has helped. However, he says we still have a long way to go ...

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Michael Schwartz

"By and By:" Professor Paula Johnson Remembers Rep. John Lewis

Thursday 7/30/2020

I woke up today humming the spiritual “We Shall Understand It By and By,” as I thought about the final funeral service uplifting the life of Rep. John R. Lewis ...

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Paula Johnson

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