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College of Law “looks to have snagged the biggest name on the law school commencement speaker circuit this year”

Tuesday 5/10/2016

A recent National Law Journal article on law school commencement speakers states, “The College of Law looks to have snagged the biggest name on the law school commencement speaker circuit this year, with Vice President Joe Biden.”

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College of Law Students Provide Continuing Education to Local Zoning and Planning Officials

Friday 5/6/2016

On a recent Saturday morning in April, a group of six College of Law students, lead by Professor Robin Paul Malloy, E.I. White Chair and Distinguished Professor of Law, presented a morning of continuing education to local zoning officials from five Towns and the City of Syracuse.

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College of Law to Participate in Onondaga County Bar Association’s Diversity and Inclusion CLE Series

Thursday 5/5/2016

Professor of Law Paula C. Johnson and Associate Director of Career Services Melanie Cuevas-Rodriguez will be panelists on the Onondaga County Bar Association’s “Recognizing and Addressing Implicit or Unconscious Bias” CLE on Tuesday, May 10 at 4 P.M. at the CNY Philanthropy Center. The class will be moderated by Suzette M. Melendez, Director of the College of Law’s Children’s Rights and Family Law Clinic.

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Spring Semester in D.C. Program Concludes with Congressman John Katko L’88

Thursday 5/5/2016

The Spring Syracuse Law Semester in D.C. Program recently held its last seminar with Distinguished Guest Lecturer Congressman John Katko (R-NY) L’88.

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An Open Secret: The De Facto Forced Institutionalization of Persons with Disabilities

Wednesday 5/4/2016

Nina Kohn, Associate Dean for Research and David M. Levy L’48 Professor of Law, writes on the U.S. Department of Justice issuing a findings letter announcing that South Dakota routinely violates the civil rights of persons with disabilities.

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