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Dean Craig M. Boise to Moderate NYSBA Panel on Legal Implications of White Nationalism

Tuesday 12/17/2019

Dean Craig M. Boise will moderate a panel discussion on the legal implications of white nationalism at the 2020 New York State Bar Association Summit. The Jan. 29, 2020, panel will be part of a Presidential Summit at the state bar association’s week-long annual meeting.


Dean Craig M. Boise

Professor William C. Banks Comments on FISA Reform for USA Today

Monday 12/16/2019

William Banks, a Syracuse University law professor who studies FISA, said congressional action could further insert politics into a process that should be free of it. “All the politics that surrounded the headlines of this story would rear their ugly head again,” he said. “It could end up with more amendments to FISA that do more harm than good.”


William C. Banks

Sinclair Speaks to Professor William C. Banks About Horowitz Report, FISA Reform

Friday 12/13/2019

“For many of us who’ve been FISA people for a long time, it came as a surprise and a disappointment,” said William Banks ...


William C. Banks

College of Law and Whitman School Launch Nation’s First Online Joint JD/MBA Degree Program

Thursday 12/12/2019

Syracuse University College of Law announces the launch of the nation’s first online joint JD/MBA degree program, in partnership with Syracuse University’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management. The new joint degree combines the College of Law’s ground-breaking, ABA-accredited JDinteractive program with the Whitman School’s highly ranked MBA@Syracuse program.


Online Joint JD/MBA Degree Program

Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) Preapproved for 2020 IRS Matching Grant; Dir. Robert Nassau Speaks at LITC Conference

Wednesday 12/11/2019

The College of Law’s Low Income Taxpayer Clinic (LITC) is preapproved for a matching grant for 2020 by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).


LITC Director Robert Nassau (far right) and Earned Income Tax Credit panelists

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