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Professor Michael Schwartz Awarded CUSE Grant to Study Australian Indigenous Deaf Community

Wednesday 6/16/2021

Professor Michael Schwartz has been awarded a Syracuse University Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence (CUSE) grant to study the experiences of the Indigenous Deaf Australian community as its members interact with the criminal justice system in Australia.

Michael Schwartz

Professor Paula Johnson Speaks with KCBS on the 100th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre

Tuesday 6/1/2021

Professor Paula Johnson recently spoke with KCBS (San Francisco, CA) on the 100th Anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre.

Professor Paula Johnson

Syracuse Law and NDLSA Announce Inaugural National Disability Law Appellate Competition

Monday 5/24/2021

Syracuse University College of Law and the National Disabled Law Students Association (NDLSA) will co-host the inaugural National Disability Law Appellate Competition (NDLAC), to be held virtually March 25-27, 2022.

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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

Message from Dean Boise: New College of Law Cultural Competency Developments

Friday 5/7/2021

As we approach the end of yet another academic year and promote a new class of graduates into the field, I’d like to share with you two important developments in our efforts to achieve a more inclusive College of Law community ...

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