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Professor Doron Dorfman Featured on The Disability Equity Podcast

Friday 7/30/2021

In part one of the Johns Hopkins University-produced podcast, Professor Doron Dorfman shares his work examining how ideologies, stigma, and stereotypes of disability impact policies, and the high stakes implications during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Doron Dorfman

Chantal Wentworth-Mullin Publishes on the VA and Technology in Michigan Bar Journal

Friday 6/4/2021

With the VA modernization goal in mind, Chantal Wentworth-Mullin’s article focuses on existing and emerging technology within the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA); electronic access to veterans’ claim files; VA use of artificial intelligence optical reading technologies; the direct upload process; and virtual hearings ...

Chantal Wentworth-Mullin

Professor Nina Kohn: Long-Term Care After COVID—A Roadmap for Law Reform

Friday 6/4/2021

Between May 2020 and January 2021, 94 percent of U.S. nursing homes experienced at least one COVID-19 outbreak. And nursing home residents — isolated from family and friends, dependent on staff often tasked with providing care to far more residents than feasible, and sometimes crowded into rooms with three or more people — succumbed the virus at record rates. By March 2021, nursing home residents accounted for a quarter of all U.S. COVID-19-related deaths ...

Nina Kohn

WRVO Interviews Professor Mary Szto About Rise in Anti-Asian Violence

Friday 5/14/2021

“Unfortunately, almost as soon they started to arrive in larger numbers, they were mistreated, they were murdered, they were blamed for economic downturns and for disease, so we’re basically re-living what happened in the 1800s.”

Mary Szto

College of Law, Syracuse Law Review Host Fourth National Guardianship Summit

Monday 5/10/2021

Convened by the National Guardianship Network and hosted by Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse Law Review, the Fourth National Guardianship Summit takes place virtually across May 10-14, 2021. Participants will discuss the current state of the nation’s guardianship system and develop recommendations for future reform, with the summit organized around the theme of “Maximizing Autonomy and Ensuring Accountability”.

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