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Courtney Abbott-Hill Quoted by Student Lawyer Magazine

Thursday 9/27/2018

“Many students can succeed without participating in a study group, but I can’t overemphasize the importance of seeking feedback to check your understanding and application of the law. For some students, this happens during a formal study group. But for others, the discussion may happen informally, or a study group may evolve out of a group of peers in the same place at the same time.”


Courtney Abbott-Hill

“A Saturday Night Massacre on a Monday?” William C. Banks Speaks to Bloomberg Law

Tuesday 9/25/2018

William Banks, a professor at Syracuse University Law School, discusses Rod Rosenstein’s future in the Justice Department after Monday reports that he offered his verbal resignation to the White House.


William C. Banks

Keith Bybee Helps Thrive with "5 Lessons from the Constitution on Living a Happier, Saner Life"

Monday 9/24/2018

While pundits and politicians continue to commemorate the occasion across social media, we turned to Keith J. Bybee, a professor of political science at the Maxwell School and vice dean in the College of Law at Syracuse University to help us find the lessons it bears for living a healthier, saner life.


Keith Bybee

William C. Banks Speaks to the Media About FISA Declassification

Wednesday 9/19/2018

“If you want a more complete understanding of what went on here, you wouldn’t declassify two pages here or four pages there. You’d declassify all of it, and that’s not what they did.”


William C. Banks

Nazak Nikakhtar L’02 Addresses DCEx Students

Monday 9/17/2018

On Sept. 7, 2018, fall 2018 DCEx participants had the privilege of meeting the Hon. Nazak Nikakhtar L’02 in her office at the US Department of Commerce. Nikakhtar currently serves as Assistant Secretary for Industry and Analysis at the Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration.


Nazak Nikakhtar L’02

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