At INSCT, CCDCOE Workshop, Legal Experts Express Concern About Human Rights in Cyberspace

About 50 lawyers and legal scholars from governments, academia, and NGOs gathered recently in Tallinn, Estonia, to discuss the future of human rights in cyberspace in a workshop hosted by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) and co-sponsored by INSCT.


SUNY Oswego’s “I Am Oz” Diversity Speaker Series

Professor Arlene Kanter, Bond Schoeneck & King Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Disability Law and Policy Program, will speak as part of SUNY Oswego’s “I Am Oz” Diversity Speaker Series on Wednesday, December 2 at 7 P.M. at Marano Campus Center Auditorium. More»

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Professor Bybee Discusses Supreme Court Cases With WSYR Radio

Professor Keith J. Bybee, the Paul E. and Hon. Joanne F. Alper ’72 Judiciary Studies Professor, discussed the new Supreme Court term with WSYR radio.


Professor Bybee Discusses Supreme Court’s New Term

The first Monday in October is around the corner and that means that the Supreme Court’s new term is almost upon us. Like many Court watchers, I am interested in upcoming cases concerning affirmative action, the death penalty, and electoral redistricting. But I will not be paying attention only to what the Court decides. I will also be looking to see how the justices frame their disagreements and present their work.


Bernard T. King

Bernard T. King has been elected to the board of governors at the American Bar Association. He is senior partner at Blitman & King LLP, and has more than 55 years of legal experience and practices in the area of labor and employment law…


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Common Law School Application Mistakes

Syracuse Law’s application for admission is now open, and we know that some of you are probably ready to click submit, right? Before you do, review a few common pitfalls prospective students are known to hit in the law school application process, so you can avoid them completely.

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William C. Snyder

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

William C. Snyder has been a Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at the College of Law since 2007. He teaches Federal Criminal Law, Computer Crimes, Counter-Terrorism and the Law, Prosecuting Terrorists in Article III Courts, Cyber Security Law & Policy, Federal Courts and Evidence. In addition, he assists at the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, a joint venture… More»

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