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Schedule of Events
10:30 – 10:50 AM: Opening Remarks Mary Szto, Teaching Professor, Syracuse University College of Law
10:50 – 11:50 AM: Panel Discussion Towards Inclusive K-12 Education: Rights, Restrictions, and Reforms
Adrián Alvarez, Assistant Professor of Law, St. John’s University School of Law
Erin Carr, Assistant Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law
Dr. Christine Rienstra Kiracofe, Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Purdue University College of Education
Dr. Raquel Muñiz, Assistant Professor, Lynch School of Education and Human Development, and Assistant Professor of Law (by courtesy), Boston College
Dr. Michah Rothbart, Assistant Professor, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs, Syracuse University
11:50 AM – 12 PM: Break
12 – 1 PM: Panel Discussion Tackling the Major Questions of Student Debt
David Driesen, University Professor, Syracuse University College of Law
Jonathan Glater, Professor of Law, Associate Dean for JD Curriculum and Teaching, and Faculty Director of the Center for Consumer Law and Economic Justice, UC Berkeley School of Law
Dr. Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, Professor of History, Loyola University Chicago
Donna Young, Dean, Lincoln Alexander School of Law, Toronto Metropolitan University
Chris Cerf, President, Montclair Education Partners, Co-Executive Director, the Uplands Center, and former New Jersey Commissioner of Education
1 – 2:30 PM: Lunch and Learn Education and Empowerment: Civics, Law, and History in the Classroom In partnership with the Historical Society of the New York Courts
Dr. Julia Rose Kraut, Resident Education Fellow, Historical Society of the New York Courts
2:30 – 3:30 PM: Panel Discussion The Future of DEIA after Students for Fair Admissions In partnership with the Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission
Hon. Richard Rivera, Supervising Family Court Judge, Third Judicial District, and Acting Supreme Court Justice, Albany County Family Court, New York State Unified Court System, and Co-Chair, Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission
Hon. Troy K. Webber, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York, Appellate Division, First Judicial Department, and Co-Chair, Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission
Gretchen Ritter, Vice Chancellor, Provost, and Chief Academic Officer, Syracuse University
Alfreda Robinson, Associate Dean for Trial Advocacy, Professional Lecturer in Law, and Co-Director of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Program, The George Washington University Law School
Kimberly West-Faulcon, Professor of Law and James P. Bradley Chair in Constitutional Law, Loyola Law School
Paula C. Johnson, Professor of Law and Director, Cold Case Justice Initiative, Syracuse University College of Law
3:30 – 3:40 PM: Break
3:40 – 4:40 PM: Keynote Speech Opportunity Cost: Pursuing Higher Education with Post-Traumatic Prison Disorder
Jeremiah Bourgeois, journalist, legal scholar, Co-Founder of Beyond the Blindfold of Justice, matriculated law student, and formerly incarcerated person
4:40 – 5 PM: Closing Remarks
Suzette Meléndez, Faculty Fellow, Office of Strategic Initiatives in Academic Affairs and Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Syracuse University; and Teaching Professor, Syracuse University College of Law
Previous Law Review Volumes
Volume 73 Book 3: 2022-2023
Rose Mary Bailly & William P. Davies, Administrative Law, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 595 (2023).
Michael Anthony Bottar & Samantha C. Riggi, Civil Practice, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 624 (2023).
Amy Johnson & Ryan D. White, Contracts: Recent Developments in Force Majeure, Frustration of Purpose, and Impossibility, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 662 (2023).
David E. Zukher, Criminal Law, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 682 (2023).
Rose Mary Bailly, Disability Law, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 699 (2023) .
Mark A. Chertok, Aaron B. Goldman, Ahlia Bethea, & Evan J. Preminger, Environmental Law: Developments in the Law of Seqra, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 717 (2023).
Robert P. Carpenter & Kali Ruth Helen Schreiner, Health Law, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 763 (2023).
Dan Kohane & Ryan Maxwell, Insurance Law, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 795 (2023).
Roy S. Gutterman, Media Law, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 849 (2023).
David M. Katz, Survey of New York Law: Torts, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 875 (2023).
Terry Rice, Zoning and Land Use, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 895 (2023). Book 2: 2022-2023
James Baker, Ukraine Lessons Learned – Chapter One: Does Law Matter?, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 423 (2023).
Daniel Bednár & Viktória Bednár Marková, Selected Legal Issues Related to the Legal Status of the Individuals Participating in the International Armed Conflict on The Territory of Ukraine, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 451 (2023).
Markiyan Bem & Ivan Horodyskyy, Mission is Possible? Legal and Institutional Challenges of Compensation Mechanism for Ukraine, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 479 (2023).
Izabela Kraśnicka & Charles Szymanski, Polish Response to the War in Ukraine: The Protection of Refugees, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 503 (2023).
Elizabeth G. Kubala, Preventing the Erosion of the Law of Armed Conflict: Our Moral Obligation to Uphold and Apply the Law of War Amidst a Rogue State’s Actions, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 521 (2023).
Robert B. Murrett, Intelligence and the Ukraine War: A Brief Review, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 529 (2023).
Kristen Patel & William A. Lichtenfels, Sanctions – Greater Congressional Oversight Needed for Costly, Ineffective “Go-To” Policy, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 535 (2023).
Rachel E. VanLandingham, Captured in the News: Prisoners’ Words and Images as Lawful Weapons of War, 73 Syracuse L. Rev. 551 (2023). Book 1: 2022-2023
Volume 72 Book 4: 2021-2022 Book 3: 2021-2022 Book 2: 2021-2022
Articles Book 1: 2021-2022
Volume 71 Book 5: COVID-19 Special Issue 2020-2021
Articles Book 4: 2020-2021
Articles Notes Book 3: ADA Symposium 2020-2021
Introduction Articles Notes Afterward Book 2: Bankruptcy Symposium 2020-2021
Articles Notes Special Article: 2020-2021
Michael J. Grygiel, Back to the Future: The Second Circuit’s First Amendment Lessons for Public Student Digital Speech, 71 Syracuse L. Rev. 1 (2021).
Volume 70 Book 4: 2019-2020
Michael Hayes, Hey, We Were Here First!: Union Arbitration and the Federal Arbitration Act, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 991 (2020).
Steven H. Hazel, Personal Data as Property, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 1055 (2020).
Carrie Scrufari James, FDA’s Homeopathic Risk-Based Enforcement: Compromised Consumer Protection or Stepped-Up Security?, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 1115 (2020).
Jared Schroeder, Free Expression Rationales and the Problem of Deepfakes Within the E.U. and U.S. Legal Systems, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 1171 (2020). Notes
Katherine Brisson, Ending the Creation of “Legal” Synthetic Drugs: A Critique of the Controlled Substance Analogue Enforcement Act and Proposed Solutions, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 1205 (2020).
Kali Schreiner, The Mother’s Day Massacre: A Tale of Reproductive Negligence and a Viable Legal Solution, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 1235 (2020). Book 3: 2019-2020
Armen H. Merjian, Nothing “Garden Variety” About It: Manifest Error and Gross Devaluation in the Assessment of Emotional Distress Damages, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 689 (2020).
Tom Campbell, Exclusive Representation in Public and Private Labor Law After Janus, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 731 (2020).
Joel D. Hesch, A Comprehensive Analysis of the False Claims Act’s Unique Statute of Limitations: The Supreme Court’s Ruling in Cochise Consultancy, Inc. Was a Good Start But Left Much to Do, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 773 (2020).
Edward J. Imwinkelried, The Admissibility of Scientific Evidence: Exploring the Significance of the Distinction Between Foundational Validity and Validity As Applied, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 817 (2020).
Michael J. Zydney Mannheimer, The Unusual Case of Anthony Chebatoris: The “New Deal for Crime” and the Federal Death Penalty in Non-Death States, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 851 (2020). Notes
Collin M. Carr, Free Speech Is Not Cheap: Protecting Mandatory Student Activity Fees Post-Janus, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 917 (2020).
Alexandra G. DeSimone, Brewing Flexibility in Municipal Zoning Laws, One Pint at a Time, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 943 (2020).
Travis Talerico, Indemnification from Negligence: Freedom to Contract or Abuse of Bargaining Power?, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 969 (2020). Book 2: Survey of New York Law 2018-2019
Rose Mary Bailey & William P. Davies, Administrative Law, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 205 (2020).
Christopher J. Bonner, Business Associations, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 243 (2020).
Michael Anthony Bottar & Samantha C. Riggi, Civil Practice, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 269 (2020).
Jesse M. Feitel & Stephen Ryck, Inadvertent Contract Formation Via Email Under New York Law: An Update, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 293 (2020).
David E. Zukher, Criminal Law, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 313 (2020).
Mark A. Chertok, Margaret Holden & Sahana Rao, Environmental Law: Developments in the Law of SEQRA, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 329 (2020).
Michael J. Hutter, Evidence, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 357 (2020).
Taylor L. Baker, Katherine A. Buckley & Robert P. Carpenter, Health Law, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 423 (2020).
Dan D. Kohane, Jennifer A. Ehman & Ryan P. Maxwell, Insurance Law, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 443 (2020).
Nicholas Jacobson & Stephanie Hoppe Fedorka, Labor and Employment Law, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 501 (2020).
Roy S. Gutterman, Media Law, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 535 (2020).
David M. Katz, Torts, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 559 (2020).
Steven Cunningham, Trusts & Estates, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 591 (2020).
Terry Rice, Zoning & Land Use, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 611 (2020). Note
Shannon Knapp, Right to Farm or Right to Harm?: Do New York State’s Right to Farm Laws Go Too Far?, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 659 (2020). Book 1: 2019-2020
Nina Kohn, Online Learning and The Future of Legal Education: Symposium Introduction, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 1 (2020).
Eric S. Janus, “The Worst Idea Ever!”- Lessons from One Law School’s Pioneering Embrace of Online Learning Methods, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 13 (2020).
James McGrath & Andrew Morriss, Online Legal Education & Access to Legal Education & the Legal System, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 49 (2020).
Margaret Ryznar & Yvonne M. Dutton, Lighting a Fire: The Power of Intrinsic Motivation in Online Teaching, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 73 (2020).
Michael Hunter Schwartz, Towards a Modality-Less Model for Excellence in Law School Teaching, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 115 (2020).
Victoria Sutton, Asynchronous E-Learning in Legal Education: A Comparative Study with the Traditional Classroom, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 143 (2020).
Noelle Wall Sweany, From Theory to Practice: Evidence-Based Strategies for Designing and Developing Engaging Online Courses, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 169 (2020).
David I.C. Thomson, Online Learning Can Help Address Three Persistent Problems in Legal Education, 70 Syracuse L. Rev. 181 (2020). Previous Volumes: