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LaunchPad and NYSSTLC Students Offer Tech Commercialization Office Hours

Friday 2/23/2018

Blackstone LaunchPad has announced a new collaboration with the New York State Science and Technology Law Center (NYSSTLC), a NYSTAR-sponsored resource at the College of Law available to New York State entities working on commercializing new technologies. NYSSTLC operates through the Technology Commercialization Law Program.

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Syracuse Law to Host VALOR Day of Free Legal, Financial, and Career Services to Central New York Veterans

Wednesday 2/21/2018

Syracuse University College of Law will hold its tenth VALOR Day event on Saturday, March 3 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Dineen Hall, 950 Irving Avenue, Syracuse.

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Emily Brown Shares an Interdisciplinary Approach to Climate Change with Architects

Wednesday 2/21/2018

“Climate change is no longer a scientific issue. It is a legal and political one,” explained Assistant Teaching Professor Emily Brown to a graduate architecture design studio on Feb. 15, 2018. “Or maybe-more likely-it simply cannot addressed by each discipline working independently of one another.” Following up on the publication of Climate Comments, a website that translates climate change policy into plain language to inspire individuals to action, School of Architecture Professor Joseph Godlewski invited Brown to speak about interdisciplinary approaches to climate change and to describe the work law students and Newhouse graduates have done on the Climate Comments project ...

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Emily Brown lecturing to architecture students.

Bybee Discusses the Rules of Civility in PolitiFact Article

Tuesday 2/20/2018

Vice Dean Keith Bybee was interviewed for the PolitiFact article, “George Washington’s lessons and the future of political civility.” Bybee writes, “In a static and homogenous society, one would expect homeschooling in civility to yield a consensus on the norms of appropriate public behavior,” says Bybee. “But the United States is not such a society” ...

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Shubha Ghosh's Scholarship Continues with Completed Manuscripts, Published Articles, and More

Tuesday 2/20/2018

The intellectual property, patent law, antitrust, technology commercialization, and biotechnology scholarship of Crandall Melvin Professor of Law Shubha Ghosh continues in spring 2018 with a number of published and placed articles and chapters; presentations in Israel, Singapore, and Washington, DC; a planned workshop on trademarks and patents for entrepreneurs; and a half-day symposium on “Climate Change: Law, Policy, and Technology” at the College of Law ...

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