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3L Colleen Gibbons Discusses the Volunteer Advocate Lawyer Animal Abuse Program

Wednesday 1/18/2017

3L Colleen Gibbons spoke with the Syracuse Post-Standard about the Onondaga County Bar Association’s Volunteer Advocate Lawyer Animal Abuse Program.


Colleen Gibbons

Semester in Washington DC Program Opens Spring 2017 Session at the Pentagon

Tuesday 1/17/2017

The Semester in DC Program opened their Spring 2017 semester with a seminar from Distinguished Guest Lecturer Joseph Rutigliano L’86 at the Pentagon.


Joseph Rutigliano

Professor Bybee’s Book, How Civility Works, Reviewed by the New York Times

Thursday 1/12/2017

.Paul E. and Hon. Joanne F, Alper ’72 Judiciary Studies Professor Keith Bybee’s recent book, How Civility Works, has been reviewed by the New York Times.


Keith Bybee

INSCT Awarded Grant to Study Law & Policy of Unmanned Aerial Systems

Friday 1/6/2017

An INSCT research project that supports the integration of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) into New York State communities is one of six collaborative research projects across Syracuse University’s various schools and colleges that together have been awarded more than $230,000 in state revitalization funding for research focused on “drones”.



Semester in DC Program Spring Session Set With Wide Variety of Externship Placements

Friday 1/6/2017

The College of Law’s Semester in D.C. Program Spring session will begin on January 12 with 18 students participating in externship placements across the legal spectrum and throughout the greater Washington D.C. area.


Terry Turnipseed

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