In Honor of Juneteenth, Professor Paula Johnson Participates in Two Symposia on Matters of Race and Law
Earlier this month, Professor Paula Johnson participated in two symposia on matters of race and law in honor of Juneteenth. The first event was the Franklin H. Williams Commission’s Race and Law Symposium. The full-day event took place on June 16th and centered on illuminating modern systemic racism’s roots in slavery and legally codified racial discrimination, including two panel discussions with leading legal academics, practitioners, and historians.
The U.S. News and World Report Lists the College of Law’s Burton Blatt Institute as a Leading Center for Disability Rights
The Syracuse University College of Law’s Burton Blatt Institute was recently featured in a U.S. News and World Report Article as one of two of the most prominent law schools in the country with specific centers or programs focused on disability rights or advocacy.
The College of Law held its Inaugural Consortium Summer Residency Program on May 16-20, 2022.
Disability Law Fellow Nana Gochiashvili LL.M. '22 Awarded Fellowship at Jindal Global Law School in Delhi, India
Nana Gochiashvili LL.M. ’22, Disability Law Fellow from the country of Georgia, was recently awarded a one-year fellowship at Jindal Global University, located in Delhi, India. Gochiashvili will serve as an Assistant Professor and Assistant Dean of International Internships at the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) of O.P. Jindal Global University.
As a start, I call for a replacement to replacement theory. Replace it with knowledge, education, and equitable economic, legal and political systems.