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Cora True-Frost Explains Extradition in Story About Binghamton University Murder Case

Thursday 3/22/2018

“When you have the murder of a US citizen by a US citizen on US soil, you have a very strong case for extraditing the individual,” said True-Frost, an international law expert who is not involved in the Tercero case ...


C. Cora True-Frost

College of Law Offers First-Ever International Tax Law Course, in Switzerland and Liechtenstein

Tuesday 3/20/2018

Taught by Dean Craig M. Boise and alumnus Marnin J. Michaels L’96, G’96, the College’s first-ever, two-credit International Tax Law course wrapped up its study abroad portion in the Swiss resort town of Saas-Fee on March 18, 2018, after a series of seminars, lectures, and other events across two European financial capitals ...


Group photo of International Tax Law students, 2018

Matthew Wallace Elected as ABA Board of Governors Law Student At-Large

Monday 3/19/2018

Matthew Wallace, a J.D./M.P.A. candidate (2019) and a Second Lieutenant in the US Army, has been elected as the national Law Student At-Large on the American Bar Association (ABA) Board of Governors. In this capacity, he will be responsible for advocating on behalf of the nation’s more than 120,000 law students during the 2018-2019 academic year. The online election took place from 13 to 15 March, 2018.


Matthew Wallace

The Red Line? William C. Banks Discusses the Trump Organization Subpoena with Bloomberg Law

Friday 3/16/2018

“William Banks, a professor at Syracuse University Law School, discusses a New York Times report that details new Subpoenas issued by special counsel Robert Mueller, including ones involving the Trump Organization, which the President has said he would see as a red line in the investigation.”


William C. Banks

Lauryn Gouldin's Research on Flight Risk Profiled by SU News

Thursday 3/15/2018

Professor examines state of bail, pretrial detention, and reform measures.

“Bail originally was a way to secure someone’s release, and it’s now become this path to detention,” Gouldin says. “Our current system is pretty well divorced from whatever logic originally justified bail.”


Lauryn Gouldin

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