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Syracuse University College of Law Introduces "Third Year Away" Option for Residential J.D. Students

Starting with the Class of 2023, students in Syracuse University College of Law’s residential J.D. program will have the option of spending their third year entirely off-campus while still taking courses from College of Law faculty. Specifically, students in good standing will have the option to enroll in the “Third Year Away” program, which will allow them to satisfy their remaining requirements for graduation by completing a supervised externship in a legal practice setting and by taking up to 12 credits of interactive online courses ...

World War III Alarmism: It’s Time to Press for Sober, Rational, & Contextual Analysis of the Iran Situation

Let’s begin with the obvious to self-aware observers of the region: “Iran’s so-called retaliation was not smart, to say the least. It was theater for its gullible constituents, and the US seems willing to let it slide.” So said Hassan Hassan about Iran’s ballistic missile attacks on Iraqi bases (Ain Assad and Erbil), which house US forces ...

Professor Doron Dorfman Discusses Disability Law & "Deservingness" on Ipse Dixit

In this episode, Doron Dorfman, Associate Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law, discusses his article “[Un]Usual Suspects: Deservingness, Scarcity, and Disability Rights,” which will be published in the UC Irvine Law Review ...

Scott R. Leuenberger Elected Member of Bond, Schoeneck & King

Scott R. Leuenberger Elected as a Member of Bond, Schoeneck & King

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Raising the Bar

Applying to law school can be a stressful undertaking. We thought it would be helpful to provide a handy guide with all of this information in our eBook, Raising the Bar: Preparing For Law School. Word Document

Alumni Spotlight

Abdurrahman Güner

Abdurraham Guner, the College of Law’s first Turkish LL.M. student helps Turkey transition to…

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Welcome New Faculty

Jennifer Stepp Breen

Associate Professor of Law

Most recently a College of Law Faculty Fellow, Professor Breen worked as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Rosemary S. Pooler on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and practiced immigration law before joining the College of Law.

Breen’s interdisciplinary research explores democratic politics in practice, including the politics of work and immigration. Her writing…

Jennifer Stepp Breen