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Law Library Closed: Dec 22 - Jan 1

Tuesday 12/18/2018

​The Law Library will be closed Dec 22 - Jan 1. Beginning Friday, Dec 21 at 2pm, there will be no swipe access for law students. The Law Library will re-open on Wednesday, Jan 2 at 8am. Swipe access for law students will resume at this time.

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Nina A. Kohn Elected to the American Law Institute

Tuesday 12/18/2018

David M. Levy Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Online Education at Syracuse University College of Law Nina A. Kohn has been elected to the American Law Institute. Kohn joins judges, lawyers, and law professors from a wide variety of legal concentrations who have been announced as new members by ALI in December 2018 ...

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College of Law Introduces the Inaugural Entertainment and Sports Law Negotiation Competition

Monday 12/17/2018

The College of Law’s Advocacy Honor Society and Entertainment and Sports Law Society will hold the inaugural intra-college Entertainment and Sports Law Negotiations Competition on April 10-12, 2019. The competition will be open to all College of Law students, regardless of class year. The final round will coincide with the Entertainment and Sports Law Society symposium on April 12 ...

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Corri Zoli to Attend UNSC Counterterrorism Special Meeting on the "Madrid Principles"

Wednesday 12/12/2018

INSCT Director of Research Corri Zoli has been invited to attend a special meeting of the United Nations Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee on Dec. 13, 2018, in the Economic and Social Council Chamber, UN Headquarters, New York City. The meeting will discuss “Security Council Resolution 2396 (2017): A Review of the Madrid Principles,” a document that provides guidance to member states on stemming the flow of Foreign Terrorist Fighters (FTFs) across national borders, while staying compliant with human rights laws and norms ...

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Peter Blanck Comments on College Website Accessibility Lawsuits

Monday 12/10/2018

... “It’s beside the point whether there are 50 or 1,000 lawsuits,” said Blanck. “These cases are reflective of a larger systemic problem—that there is a lack of a strong commitment by many institutions to try to be as inclusive as possible” ...

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