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Law Library Prepares for the First JDinteractive Class to Start in January 2019

Thursday 8/30/2018

Thirty-four thousand electronic titles. Forty-seven licensed database systems. An interactive classroom for research training. Cameras and microphones at the ready. Marshaling these substantial academic and research resources, the librarians at the College of Law Library are preparing to welcome the inaugural class of JDinteractive online law degree program students when they arrive on campus for their first residency session in January 2019 ...


Impunity Watch Announces IWLJ Essay Contest Winner at 2018 IHL Dialogs

Wednesday 8/29/2018

Professor Cora True-Frost, Director of Impunity Watch, announced the winner of the Impunity Watch-sponsored Essay Contest at the 12th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs, held from Aug. 26 to 28, 2018, at the Chautauqua Institution in Upstate New York. On behalf of the 2018-2019 editorial board of the Impunity Watch Law Journal (IWLJ), including Editor-in-Chief Aaron Records, True-Frost awarded Hannah Yi for her essay entitled “Silence is the Killer: Fighting for the Millions of Unheard Voices” ...


(L to R) Molly White L'16, David M. Crane, and Professor Cora True-Frost.

New York Judges Without a Legal Background? Keith Bybee Discusses on The Capitol Pressroom

Tuesday 8/28/2018

New York State’s legal system offers a variety of bail options to judges. However, many judges that don’t have a legal background resort to using cash bail. We took a deep dive into the issue with Keith Bybee, Vice Dean of the Syracuse University College of Law ...


Keith Bybee

Legal Communication and Research Faculty Complete a Summer of Scholarship

Tuesday 8/28/2018

Led by Director of Legal Communication and Research (LCR) Ian Gallacher, members of the College’s LCR faculty were active during late spring and summer with a variety of scholarly activities, including research and publishing, speaking at conferences, and teaching at partner universities ...


3D-Printed Guns & National Security: William C. Banks Speaks to The Atlantic

Monday 8/27/2018

“It seems like a no-brainer to me that, yes, they can get into the wrong person’s hands, and, yes, they can be harmful,” said William Banks, a Syracuse University law professor and national-security expert, in an interview ...


William C. Banks

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