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College of Law hosts the “Technology & Policy Responses to Climate Disruption Symposium.”

Thursday 4/26/2018

The College of Law recently hosted the “Technology & Policy Responses to Climate Disruption Symposium.” Professors of science, engineering, economics, policy, and law discussed responses to the environmental and ecological challenges posed by climate disruption across two panels.

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Climate Disruption symposium - Emily Brown

Advanced Property Program Students Present the 6th Annual Continuing Education Program

Tuesday 4/24/2018

Five students from Professor Robin Paul Malloy’s Advanced Property Program recently presented the 6th Annual Continuing Education Program on Issues in Local Zoning to a group of Onondaga County zoning officials.

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Claire Engle, Troy Green, Conor Tallet, Professor Robin Paul Malloy, Sara Adams, Matthew Schachte

Wohl Family Veterans Legal Clinic Student Attorney Represents Client at Board of Veterans Appeals In Washington, DC

Monday 4/23/2018

Kelsea Carbajal, a 2nd-year student in the Wohl Family Veterans Legal Clinic, recently represented a Gulf War-era veteran before the Board of Veterans Appeals in Washington, DC.

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Kelsea Carbajal

Michael Schwartz to Co-Chair University Disability Services Audit Steering Committee

Wednesday 4/18/2018

Syracuse University today announced a 16-member steering committee comprised of faculty, staff, and students to oversee a comprehensive audit of disability services across campus ...

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Michael Schwartz

Wivi & TCLP Collaborate to Drive an ASL Interpreter App to Market

Monday 4/16/2018

... [T]to help Wivi Technologies get their new application—called Wivi—to market, Technology Commercialization Law Program (TCLP) students, supervised by College of Law Adjunct Professor Dominick Danna, have spent the spring 2018 semester developing important patent, intellectual property (IP), market, and regulatory landscapes. Marin, Watkins, and Montan recently discussed how Wivi came about, the new app, and the critical assistance TCLP students have provided their team ... ​

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