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Professor Doron Dorfman Joins Leading Scholars to Publish Essay on Disability Rights During Crises

Wednesday 7/1/2020

Professor Doron Dorfman has joined a group of leading bioethicists and disability scholars to publish a comprehensive article on healthcare and disability during crises in the leading journal Hastings Center Report.

Doron Dorfman

Professor Arlene Kanter Contributes to New Book on CRPD's Adoption

Monday 6/29/2020

Professor Arlene Kanter’s chapter “The Failure of the United States to Ratify the CRPD” has been published in a new book that reviews how international law is translated into specific cultural contexts, taking the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) as its example ...

Recognising Human Rights in Different Cultural Contexts

Professor Lauryn Gouldin Awarded Grant to Research Criminal Justice Reform

Thursday 6/25/2020

Professor Lauryn Gouldin has been awarded a New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services Grant to support research into trends in criminal justice reform, with a particular focus on developments in New York State ...

Lauryn Gouldin

Professor Corri Zoli Awarded US Intelligence Community Grant to Offer Geopolitical Simulation

Thursday 6/25/2020

Professor Corri Zoli, Syracuse University College of Law Director of Sponsored Research, has been awarded an Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (ICCAE) Program Office grant for a 2020 Virtual Summer Session Simulation project she is spearheading entitled “Strategic Triangulation in Central, South, and East Asia.” The award is made through the US Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), which directs the national ICCAE program ...

Corri Zoli

Professor Aliza Milner Presents on Asynchronous Legal Writing Courses at William & Mary Conference

Tuesday 6/23/2020

Professor Aliza Milner, Director of Legal Communication and Research, presented on “Developing Asynchronous Content in Legal Writing Courses” at William & Mary Law School’s Conference for Excellence in Online Teaching Legal Research and Writing, presented via Zoom across June 18 and 19, 2020 ...

Aliza Milner

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