As part of his ongoing scholarship, Professor A. Joseph Warburton examines investment products that are popular with the public.
In August, 2022, Syracuse University College of Law will offer an intensive, 2-credit course in Crypto & Digital Assets. Professor Jack Graves will formally serve as the course instructor but will make liberal use of cameos by a wide range of experts from both the private and public sectors, including SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce. This broad range of perspectives and expertise should be uniquely valuable in providing students with an appropriate analytical framework for taking on a variety of challenging legal issues arising in real-time in this rapidly evolving area of commercial law.
This essay by Professor Graves delivers an overview of the course content and a brief survey of the dynamic concepts and features of cryptocurrency and digital assets and their implications.
University Professor David Driesen Selected as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar to Research the Impact of Carbon Pricing
University Professor David Driesen will study the impact of carbon pricing and produce scholarship on his findings as to the outcome of his Fulbright U.S. Scholar selection.
Recording Available of Professor Shubha Ghosh’s Presentation on how COVID and Other Crises Shape Innovation
Crandall Melvin Professor of Law Shubha Ghosh recently spoke at the Conference on Innovation and Communication Law, held May 19 and 20 at the Danube University, Krems, Austria.
Ghosh spoke on “Crisis, Invention, and Innovation” in relation to COVID and other crises.
The audio of his presentation is here.
Professor Cora True-Frost G’01, L’01 Awarded Fulbright to European Center of Excellence for Research on European Tribunals
Cora True-Frost G’01, L’01, Bond, Schoeneck and King Distinguished Professor, has been selected by the U.S. Department of State and the Fulbright Program to join the University of Oslo, Pluricourts as a Fulbright Scholar. Beginning in August 2022, True-Frost will conduct her research and scholarship on European Tribunals and International Disability Law: Definitions, Discrimination, and Involuntary Detention.