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Volume 66

Book 4: 2014–2015 Survey of New York Law

Title Page and Table of Contents

Rose Mary Bailly & William P. Davies, Administrative Law, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 731 (2016)

Sandra S. O’Loughlin & Christopher J. Bonner, 2014-2015 Update on Business Associations, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 771 (2016)

Michael Anthony Bottar, Civil Practice, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 806 (2016)

Stewart D. Aaron & Jessica Caterina, Contract Formation Under New York Law: By Choice or Through Inadvertence, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 855 (2016)

David E. Zukher, Criminal Law, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 869 (2016)

Mark A. Chertok, Katherine E. Ghilain & Victoria S. Treanor, Environmental Law: Developments in the Law of SEQRA, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 906 (2016)

Patricia A. Lynn-Ford, Evidence, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 940 (2016)

Adam R. Crowley & Edward J. Thater, Health Law, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 979 (2016)

Dan D. Kohane & Audrey A. Seeley, Insurance Law, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 1000 (2016)

Bruce Levine, Labor & Employment Law, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 1029 (2016)

Roy S. Gutterman, Media Law, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 1075 (2016)

Steven Cunningham, Trusts & Estates, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 1100 (2016)

Terry Rice, Zoning & Land Use, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 1123 (2016)




Title Page and Table of Contents

Symposium Transcript, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 419 (2016)

Hannah R. Arterian, Engaging the Challenge to Legal and Higher Education: How Richard Matasar Calls the Questions, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 441 (2016)

Robert K. Rasmussen, Law Schools and the University, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 451 (2016)

W.H. Knight, Richard Matasar: A Rare and Exceptional Leader’s Call for Emotional Intelligence, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 469 (2016)

Jeremy Paul, Saving the Canary, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 479 (2016)

Victor Gold, Reducing the Cost of Legal Education: The Profession Hangs Together or Hangs Separately, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 497 (2016)

Chris Guthrie, “Conscious” Deaning: The Academic Fiduciary Model and Stakeholder Integration, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 511 (2016)

David Yellen, Post-Crisis Legal Education: Some Premature Thoughts, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 523 (2016)

Jennifer Gerarda Brown, Sustaining the Canary in Toxic Times: Parables About Survival for Legal Education, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 531 (2016)

John Valery White, Seeing Higher Education and Faculty Responsibility Through Richard Matasar’s Critiques of Law Schools: College Completion, Economic Viability, and the Liberal Arts Ideal in Higher Education, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 545 (2016)

Maureen A. O’Rourke, The “Law” and “Spirit” of the Accreditation Process in Legal Education, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 595 (2016)

Harold J. Krent & Dawn K. Young, Self-Interested Fiduciaries and the Incubator Movement, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 611 (2016)

Paul E. McGreal, On the Cost Disease and Legal Education, Syracuse L. Rev. 631 (2016)

Mary Crossley, Rick’s Taxonomy, Syracuse L. Rev. 641 (2016)

Nora V. Demleitner, Higher Education Under Pressure: What Will the Future Hold?, Syracuse L. Rev. 649 (2016)

Richard A. Matasar, Higher Education Evolved: Becoming the University of Value, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 689 (2016)


Book 2


Matthew S. Raymer, Fraudulent Political Fundraising in the Age of Super PACs, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 239 (2016)

Jason Torchinsky and Ezra Reese, State Legislative “Responses” to Citizens United: Five Years Later, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 273 (2016)

Sean J. Young, The Validity of Voter Registration Deadlines Under State Constitutions, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 289 (2016) 

Scott P. Bloomberg, Contracting Around Citizens United: A Systemic Solution, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 301 (2016)


Jessica E. Easterly, Terror in Tinseltown: Who is Accountable When Hollywood Gets Hacked, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 331 (2016)

Gabriela Wolfe, Anything But Ag-gag: Ending the Industry-Advocate Cycle, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 367 (2016)

Caroline R. Corcos, Chains of Deception: How Changing Cultural Perspectives Could Increase Prosecution of Modern Day Slavery in the United States, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 395 (2016)


Book 1


Andrew Rudalevige, Old Laws, New Meanings: Obama’s Brand of Presidential “Imperialism”, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 1 (2016)

Brianne J. Gorod, Originalism and Historical Practice in Separation-of-Powers Cases, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 41 (2016)

Jan C. Ting, U.S. Immigration Policy and President Obama’s Executive Order For Deferred Action, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 65 (2016)

Ming H. Chen, Beyond Legality: The Legitimacy of Executive Action in Immigration Law, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 87 (2016)


Eric Carlson, Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Why the NCAA Should Lose its Tax-Exempt Status if Scholarship Athletes are Considered Employees of Their Universities, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 157 (2016)

Jeanne Michele Mariani, Serve and Protect(ion): Why the Military Abortion Ban is an Unconstitutional Restriction on a Woman’s Right to Choose, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 185 (2016)

Cory J. Schoonmaker, An “F” in Due Process: How Colleges Fail When Handling Sexual Assault, 66 Syracuse L. Rev. 213 (2016)




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