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College of Law Welcomes Spring 2019 LL.M. Cohort

Friday 1/18/2019

In January 2019, the College of Law welcomed seven master of laws students to Syracuse representing the legal education systems of Iraq, Italy, the United Kingdom, Poland, Palestine, Nigeria, and China. For the spring 2019 semester, the College also welcomes new visiting scholars from Brazil, South Korea, and Poland and hosts an exchange student from Italy ...


Spring 2019 LL.M. students.

DCEx Students Meet with John Katko L’88 on Capitol Hill

Friday 1/18/2019

On Jan. 15, 2019, alumnus Rep. John Katko L’88 was a Distinguished Guest Lecturer for the Washington, DC, externship program, hosting Spring 2019 DCEx participants at the US Capitol and Rayburn House Office Building ...


John Katko meets with DCEx students in January 2019.

Nina Kohn Discusses JDinteractive on Channel 9's Bridge Street

Thursday 1/17/2019

Associate Dean for Research and Online Education Nina Kohn discusses SU’s new interactive online law degree ...


Peter Blanck Meets Ecuadorian President and Ministers to Proclaim First UD Building in Ecuador

Tuesday 1/15/2019

On Jan. 14, 2019, Syracuse University Professor Peter Blanck, Chairman of the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) and the Global Universal Design Commission (GUDC), met with Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno, the First Lady, and Ecuadorian ministers to develop collaborative programs towards an inclusive country for Ecuadorians with disabilities. Blanck also presented to the Ecuadorian and Quito City governments the first recognition in Ecuador of GUDC principles for universal design (UD, aka “Design for All”) ...


Peter Blanck

William C. Banks Discusses Limits to Emergency Powers with LA Times

Monday 1/14/2019

... “Factually it is ludicrous to claim this is a national emergency, but who would have standing to challenge it?” said Syracuse law professor William Banks. “It could be a property owner who says his land has been diminished in value.” If so, however, such a case may take time to develop ...


William C. Banks

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