Courses Syracuse University College of Law
The DLPP is an interdisciplinary program for law students. Although most courses are taught by law faculty, DLPP students may also take up to six credits outside of the College of Law, with prior approval, in courses related to disability law and policy.
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Curriculum by Subject Area Syracuse University College
(5 days ago) Advanced Constitutional Law. Environmental Law: Constitutional Issues Seminar. Advanced Disability Law and Policy. Federal Courts. Children’s Rights and Family Law Clinic. International Criminal Law. Civil Rights: Power, Privilege and Law. Investigating and Reopening Civil Rights Murder Cases. Constitutional Criminal Procedure–Adjudication.
Syracuse Civics Initiative Syracuse University College
(5 days ago) The law students selected as diversity and inclusion instructors will expose the eighth-grade students to the role of law as instrument of change through one or more participatory classroom sessions, demonstrating the opportunity and possibility of pursuing a legal education. Second Circuit’s Justice for All Program Annual Courtroom Reenactments
Step Inside Dineen Hall Syracuse University College of Law
(8 days ago) A decade in the planning, Dineen Hall is truly a game changer for the Syracuse University College of Law. After being housed in two separate buildings connected on only two levels, the 200,000-square-foot, five-story, LEED-certified, state-of-the-art Dineen Hall brings the entire College of Law into one inviting space, creating a real community
United States Supreme Court Preview Syracuse University
(5 days ago) The College of Law‘s second annual Supreme Court Preview program examined the vacancy following Justice Anthony Kennedy retirement after nearly three decades on the country’s highest court. Justice Kennedy was the deciding swing vote in many high profile cases during his tenure and his retirement announcement launched a politically
Mary Szto Syracuse University College of Law
(6 days ago) Before entering teaching, Professor Szto practiced law in New York City, representing banks in financing matters. She also co-founded a legal aid organization specializing in immigration law. Among other schools, she has previously taught at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, and Valparaiso University School of Law.
Tips for Shepardizing
(8 days ago) is “good law” to discover subsequent history in the same case as well as other cases that question or overrule the holding in the original case. Find Recent Cases: Shepard’s is used as a research tool to find cases citing the original case by court, jurisdiction, or headnote for a specific point of law.
EXPERIENCE SR. VICE PRESIDENT AND UNIVERSITY
(8 days ago) ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LAW August 1999-August 2005 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF LAW August 1995-August 1999 Syracuse University College of Law, Syracuse, New York Teach courses on patent law and policy, federal civil procedure, federal courts, and law, politics and the media. LAW CLERK August 2003-July 2004
Syracuse Law LL.M. Program Celebrates 10 Years; Welcomes
(3 days ago) At the Syracuse University College of Law Convocation on Aug. 19, 2021, the Office of International Programs welcomed one of its largest cohorts to date: 32 LL.M. students, representing the legal education systems of 15 countries; four doctoral students in the College's inaugural S.J.D. class; eight visiting scholars; four semester exchange students; and three …
Facility Request Syracuse University College of Law
(7 days ago) Event Scheduling / Room Request. If you need to change the room assigned for your regular class, please contact the Office of Students Systems and Administration at [email protected]law.syr.edu, 315-443-1146. Syracuse University College of Law Guidelines for Reserving Rooms [ PDF] General Policy. It is the general policy of the College of Law
Centers & Institutes Syracuse University College of Law
(7 days ago) Burton Blatt Institute. Disability Law and Policy Program. Institute for the Study of the Judiciary, Politics & the Media. Institute for Security Policy and Law. Property, Citizenship, and Social Entrepreneurism. Innovation Law Center. Syracuse Intellectual Property Law Institute (SIPLI) Experiential Courses, Clinics, & Externships.
Mentoring in Action Syracuse University College of Law
(4 days ago) Mentoring in Action. Syracuse Law’s Mentoring in Action Program (MAP) provides students a holistic law school experience, establishing support and guidance for their successful academic careers and their preparation as legal professionals. This comprehensive and layered program provides students with peer, faculty, and alumni mentors to serve
Shannon P. Gardner Syracuse University College of Law
(Just Now) Shannon Gardner is a Teaching Professor at Syracuse University College of Law, where she has served as a member of the faculty since 2010. Professor Gardner teaches a number of legal writing classes in the Juris Doctor (J.D.) program.
Americans with Disabilities Act Symposium Syracuse
(2 days ago) Over the past few decades, the field of disability rights law has experienced rapid growth, as scholars, practitioners, and legislators alike have sought to advance the mission of the ADA to create a more fair, just, and equal world. To that end, Syracuse University College of Law founded, in 2005, the award winning Disability Law and Policy
Class Notes Syracuse University College of Law
(5 days ago) The former law clerk is now an associate at the firm. Talt is a member of the Real Estate and Financial Institutions & Lending Practice Areas. She graduated from Syracuse University College of Law, and her experience includes serving as a Barclay Damon summer associate and a DJ & JA Cirando, PLLC law clerk.
Alumni & Visitor Services Syracuse University College of Law
(4 days ago) In addition, the Law Library welcomes visitors on limited days & hours, including College of Law alumni, Syracuse University (non-law) students and faculty, and members of the general public. The Law Library welcomes visitors during the following days & times*: Monday - Thursday: 9am - 6pm. Friday: 9am - 5pm.
The Faculty Colloquia Syracuse University College of Law
(7 days ago) Syracuse University College of Law presents the Faculty Colloquia, convening leading scholars from the College and other institutions. Addressing subjects from executive orders and government agencies to humanitarian law and medical patents, these workshops aim to broaden the horizons of legal scholarship, facilitate the sharing of ideas, and challenge how we think about the law …
The View from the Corner Office
(2 days ago) The College of Law has produced extraordinary leaders throughout its history. Today, our alumni include a president of the United States, congressional representatives, a state attorney general, college presidents, numerous judges, and other public servants, as well as business and nonprofit executives, entrepreneurs, managing partners, and many others in positions of influence.
Diversity & Inclusion Syracuse University College of Law
(9 days ago) The Council—comprised of College of Law faculty, staff, and students—is charged with identifying programs, resources, and activities that reinforce diversity and inclusion. The work of the Council guides diversity and inclusion programming for Orientation Week, Diversity Week, faculty and staff training, and many other events and initiatives.
Donald J. Martin Syracuse University College of Law
(1 days ago) Professor Martin is the principal attorney at the law firm of The Donald J. Martin Law Firm, P.C. in Syracuse, New York and practices with a concentration in matrimonial and family law matters. He practices in the Insurance Litigation and Product Liability Defense and Family Law …
National Disability Law Appellate Competition Syracuse
(2 days ago) The Syracuse Law’s Travis H.D. Lewin Advocacy Honor Society and the Disability Law Society are co-sponsors of the competition. Each team may be comprised of two or three students. Teams will be assigned to represent either the petitioner or respondent and will write an appellate brief on behalf of that assigned party.
Meet the Team Syracuse University College of Law
(8 days ago) Meet the Team. Andrew S. Horsfall is the Assistant Dean of International Programs at Syracuse University College of Law. He received a Bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University’s College of Arts & Sciences and Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law. He worked at Syracuse University Abroad before commencing his legal education.
Access to the Law Library Syracuse University College of Law
(5 days ago) The Law Library welcomes visitors during the following days & times*: Monday - Thursday: 9am - 6pm. Friday: 9am - 5pm. *Please note: Visitor hours are suspended during College of Law study periods and exams. Summer hours may also vary. Visitors are encouraged to visit our Library Hours web page in advance of travel to ensure that the Law
Margaret E. Talt Syracuse University College of Law
(2 days ago) The former law clerk is now an associate at the firm. Talt is a member of the Real Estate and Financial Institutions & Lending Practice Areas. She graduated from Syracuse University College of Law, and her experience includes serving as a Barclay Damon summer associate and a DJ & JA Cirando, PLLC law clerk.
'Cuse Community: The Alumni Directory Syracuse
(9 days ago) ‘Cuse Community is exclusive to SU alumni, and all College of Law alumni can use this online alumni directory. To access its benefits, you will need your unique Syracuse security ID number. If you do not know it, please email SU-Law@syr.edu or call 315.443.9533. Please include your name and law class year in the email.
The College of Law Mourns the Passing of Professor
(5 days ago) Crandall Melvin Professor of Law Emeritus Peter E. Herzog L’55 passed away on Nov. 4, 2020. Professor Herzog had a distinguished career as a scholar and academic at the College of Law, where he spent 37 years teaching torts, international law, comparative law, and other subjects.
International Initiatives Syracuse University College of Law
(8 days ago) LAW 799 European and International Human Rights Law (Spring Break) Travel to Strasbourg, France, over spring break to examine European human rights law from both a practical and a theoretical perspective. The course is designed to provide students with an informed and critical perspective on the European Convention on Human Rights’ system of
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
(9 days ago) Law Clerk, Maryland Office of the Public Defender, Prince George's County, and President, Latin American Law Student Association. Simon Chona is a Venezuelan American thrid-year law student at Syracuse Law. Originally from Maryland, he obtained a B.A. in History from Michigan State University in 2017.
Syracuse Graduates Find a Home in New Jersey Syracuse
(4 days ago) Judge Thompson, and Luke Edmondson ’19. The Hon. Rodney Thompson L’93, G’93 graduated in 1993 with a J.D. from the College of Law and a Master of Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, both of which he earned while on a full tuition scholarship. Now a New Jersey Superior Court Judge, Thompson grew
Honorable Hugh Humphreys Syracuse University College of Law
(6 days ago) Professor Humphreys practiced with the Wall Street law firm of Donovan, Leisure, Newton and Irvine from 1961-63 when he joined the staff of Robert M. Morgenthau, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, where he prosecuted criminal cases from 1963-68.
Certificates of Advanced Study Syracuse University
(2 days ago) Developed by a senior law faculty member who literally “wrote the book” on national security and counterterrorism law, the Certificate of Advanced Study in National Security and Counterterrorism Law is a highly interdisciplinary, 15-credit program of study for students looking to specialize in national security, counterterrorism, homeland security, cybersecurity, and related fields.
Experiential Courses, Clinics, & Externships Syracuse
(Just Now) Experiential Courses, Clinics, & Externships. At the College of Law, we understand the power of hands-on, practical lawyering experience. Our focus is a curriculum with hands-on experiential learning, skills-building, and professional development through innovative coursework as well as opportunities in clinics, externship programs, and trial
Meet Your Student Mentor Syracuse University College of Law
(2 days ago) At Syracuse Law, James is currently Vice-President for the Criminal Law Society, Vice-Justice for Phi Alpha Theta and Treasurer for the Student Animal Legal Defense Fund. This summer James spent his time (virtually) at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. James is an avid football and baseball fan.
Trial Advocacy Competitions Syracuse University College
(1 days ago) It is one of the premier law school trial competitions in the nation and is known for having the highest quality of congeniality and good sportsmanship. Sixteen teams are invited to compete based on a three-year performance record at the National Trial Competition and the AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition, and performances at prior
Driven: Gunther Buerman L’68 on the Road from Syracuse Law
(6 days ago) “The business of running a law firm was a constant in my legal career,” says Buerman. “How does a firm in Upstate New York serve its clients with a good team, and how do you add to that team?” he says. The answer, he reveals, is to be entrepreneurial, and to instill that mindset in the attorneys and staff.
Mark P. Nevitt Syracuse University College of Law
(8 days ago) Mark Nevitt joins the Syracuse University College of Law as an Associate Professor of Law in fall 2020. At Syracuse, he will be teaching courses in constitutional law, natural resources law, national security law, environmental law, and climate change law.
Travis H.D. Lewin Advocacy Honor Society Syracuse
(Just Now) In 2019, the Advocacy Honor Society was named after Professor Emeritus Travis H.D. Lewin. Legendary founder of the College of Law’s Advocacy Program and a long-time advocacy coach and mentor, Professor Emeritus Lewin is a pioneering educator who has made a profound impact on the history of the College and on the lives and careers of its students, most notably in …
Sophie Dagenais Syracuse University College of Law
(2 days ago) Sophie Dagenais is Syracuse University College of Law’s Assistant Dean for Advancement and External Affairs. In this role, Dagenais oversees the School’s marketing, communications, and fundraising efforts, and community, media and alumni relations, to …
Lily Yan Hughes Syracuse University College of Law
(2 days ago) Lily Yan Hughes is an executive expert in M&A, governance, corporate finance, and securities with experience working for highly regulated financial services companies and banks, real estate operating and development companies, and global technology companies, and as a member of the Global Board of Directors of the Association of Corporate Counsel, Hughes brings to the …
2021 Alumni of Color Awards
(Just Now) At Law Alumni Weekend 2021, the Syracuse University Law Alumni Association (SULAA) Inclusion Network and the College of Law will celebrate the distinguished achievements of alumni of color for their service to the College, the legal profession, Syracuse University, or …
WHERE EXTRAORDINARY LAWYERS ARE MADE
(6 days ago) law students to partner with thought-leaders in other fields and learn the law’s impact on policy and society. For most programs, students can earn a joint degree within three years instead of the traditional four—and at little additional cost.
2020-2021 Financial Aid Policy Statement
(8 days ago) of Law will be assessed for financial aid awards, funded solely by the College of Law, in their final year . Syracuse University College of Law Financial Aid Policy Statement . of undergraduate work (which is also their first year of law school). 3.6 . All financial aid award offers are extended based