In a further collaboration between the College of Law and Adam Mickiewicz University Faculty of Law in Poznan, Poland Professors Robert Ashford and Maciej Dybowski have arranged for the Polish translation of “Broadening Capital Acquisition with the Earnings of Capital as a Means of Sustainable Growth and Environmental Sustainability,” an article co-authored by Ashford. The article, translated by Krzysztofa Nędzyński and Iwona Grenda, has been published in Ruch Prawniczy, Ekonomiczny i Socjologiczny (the Journal of Law, Economics, and Sociology), and can be read at this link.
“The published translation of this article is evidence of both the international importance of a more inclusive approach to capitalism based on binary economics and also of the constructive collaboration that can result from the academic cooperation between our College and the Adam Mickiewicz Faculty of Law,” says Ashford ...More»
Congratulations to Julia Wingfield, who won the 8th Annual Hancock Estabrook 1L Oral Advocacy Competition on Feb 8., 2018, edging out Joseph Mallek. The final was delayed one day by a winter storm, but the problem at hand helped students, judges, and spectators think of spring. 3L Tom DeBernardis wrote an interesting problem about the risks one assumes as a spectator at a baseball game ...More»
Externships offer College of Law students opportunities to gain real-world legal experience, explore different areas of the law, understand potential career paths, engage with alumni, and build professional networks. In late January and early February 2018, students heard from New York City and Central New York alumni about how the “Power of Orange” helped developed their successful careers ...More»
College of Law students 3L Chris Genrich and 2L Joshua Caron recently discussed the impact that the Wohl Family Veterans Legal Clinic has made on the area’s veteran population to the Onondaga County Legislature.More»
Associate Professor of Law Michael A. Schwartz has been awarded a grant of more than $200,000 to explore access to justice for deaf people, working in collaboration with the British Deaf Association, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Rowan University, NJ. This grant is part of approximately $1.5 million awarded to 10 research and pilot projects across the United Kingdom. The funding has been granted as part of the Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning (DRILL) program, led by disabled people and funded by the UK’s Big Lottery Fund ...More»