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Arlene Kanter's Scholarship Continues with Five Placed Disability Law Chapters and Articles

Friday 2/16/2018

Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence Arlene Kanter has been productive while on her sabbatical away from the College of Law, beginning in June 2017 and taking her around the world. Currently a Lady Davis Fellow at Hebrew University Faculty of Law for the spring 2018 semester, Kanter has found time to catch up on her scholarship and writing, completing no less than five articles that have been recently published or are forthcoming in books and journals. Topics Kanter addresses include the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, inclusive education, the concept of personhood, and equal access to justice ...

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Professor Arlene Kanter

William C. Banks Discusses Manafort Money Laundering Case with Bloomberg Law

Friday 2/16/2018

William Banks, a professor at Syracuse University Law School, discusses why the judge in Paul Manafort’s money-laundering case is complaining that there have been too many secret filings in the case ...

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William C. Banks

College of Law Welcomes Spring 2018 LL.M. Cohort

Thursday 2/15/2018

In January 2018, the College of Law welcomed its newest cohort of LL.M. students. With interests ranging from international humanitarian law to sports law to commercial law, the seven new arrivals travelled to Syracuse from countries in Asia, the Middle East, South America, and Africa ...

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A group of College of Law LL.M. students, February 2018

College of Law Announces the Launch of the Nation's First Live Online J.D. Program

Wednesday 2/14/2018

The American Bar Association has granted the Syracuse University College of Law a variance to offer a fully interactive online juris doctor program. The online J.D. program will be the first in the nation to combine real-time and self-paced online classes, on-campus residential classes, and experiential learning opportunities ...

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The Online JD

Shubha Ghosh Discusses Uber/Alphabet Self-Driving Car Suit with The Washington Post

Tuesday 2/13/2018

... A loss would have been “devastating,” for Uber, valued at $72 billion according to its most recent round, said Shubha Ghosh, director of the Technology Commercialization Law Center at Syracuse University’s College of Law. Alphabet was seeking damages of $1 billion ...

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Shubha Ghosh

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