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Focus Forward - January 2013
College of Law Teams Continue Outstanding Trial Competition Season

Spanning the Globe — International Presence

Dean Hannah Arterian and Associate Dean Aviva Abramovsky recently traveled to South Korea to reconnect with the Korean Law Alumni Association. Pictured at the Seoul Club for a special dinner, many SU Law alumni discussed the important relationships and continued engagement being fostered with our Korean law alumni. In addition, they visited the Korean Constitutional Court, meeting with the Supreme Court Justices to discuss the comparative law perspectives about recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions.

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Community News

Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) launches online Cyber Security Course

Continued Achievement for Syracuse Law's Trial Teams

Syracuse University College of Law remains a leader in the field of advocacy. Our trial teams continue to win on a regional and national level. As we approach the end of the 2012-13 academic year, we want to share with you some of our recent advocacy highlights.

BLSA Team Members Pictured: Anthony Osborne, Jessica Larkin, Samuel Reisen,Tara Bright,Brittany Jones and Frank Deluccia.

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Michael Arcuri

College of Law Students Travel to South Africa to Study Transformative Justice

An 18-hour flight is just a short trip for Professor Deborah Kenn, who led 12 law students to South Africa for an academic experience that will last a lifetime. Kenn, associate dean of clinical and experiential education...

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Cold Case Justice Initiative

Syracuse Law's "Valor Day" Provides Free Resources for Local Veterans and Service Members

As a way of giving back to those who have served, Syracuse law students, alumni and local volunteers partnered together on March 23 to provide free legal and advocacy services through a new Valor Day initiative. Valor Day brought together local attorneys, counselors...

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Spotlight On:

Patricia Austin

Sarah Reimers L'04

Washington, DC

Sarah Reimers is an attorney with the law firm of LeClairRyan, where she focuses her practice in all areas of health care law.

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Dineen Hall

The Campaign for Dineen Hall

Over 200 employees are working tirelessly on Dineen Hall, marching that much closer to the Fall 2014 opening date.

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Annual Reception Recap

Telecommunications Networking Event Brings Alumni and Students Together in DC

Syracuse law alumni in the telecommunications field connected with current law students from the Communications Law and Policy Society (CLPS) on March 12 at the SU Greenberg House in Washington, DC. Also joining the group were area telecommunications practitioners with connections to Syracuse Law Professor LaVonda Reed-Huff.

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Lubin House

Alumni Events Coming to a City Near You

Join fellow law alumni when the College of Law hosts summer receptions in New York City, Northern New Jersey, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. Details will be posted to the events calendar online.

D.C. Law Dialogs, April 4

2013 Reunion Weekend – October 4-6

All law alumni are invited to campus to celebrate Law Reunion Weekend in conjunction with Orange Central, the University Homecoming celebration.

The Law Class of 1973 will celebrate reunion September 20-22, 2013.

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Register Now for the Fall 2013 Interview Program

The Office of Professional & Career Development will host on-campus interviews August 27 — November 15, 2013 and is now accepting reservations.

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Orange Law Pride

Orange Organizations

SU Celebrates 143 Years on National Orange Day

Syracuse University and SU alumni clubs around the nation celebrated the Orange spirit on Sunday, March 24 — National Orange Day.

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Faculty In The News

William Banks

Professor Hagelin Leads Conference on Building Human Capital to Drive Innovation Economy

New York State's future economy depends on the ability to transform laboratory research into commercial products and services, and Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) degrees are critical in serving this purpose. Professor Ted Hagelin will lead a conference on April 15, bringing together academic and industry leaders at the New York Academy of Sciences.

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