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Syracuse University College of Law

December 2011

Focus Forward - News for the College of Law Community
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Holiday Greetings From Dean Hannah Arterian

News

News:

Syracuse University Law To Offer LL.M. for International Students Your 2011 Tax-Deductible Gift

Events

Events:

Sign Up Today for the January Metro DC and NYC Receptions Fall Alumni Event Photo Gallery Charlotte Luncheon Recap

Career Development

Professional Development:

SU College of Law Graduates: Well prepared and ready to work

Spotlight On

Spotlight On:

Michael Walls L'84

Make a Gift Hire and SU Law Student Dineen Hall
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Dean Hannah Arterian

Dear Alumni,

As the 2011 year comes to a close, I want to express my gratitude to each of you for your support of our College of Law community. Many of you assist our students with career development, recruit prospective students, engage in and provide feedback through our alumni events, support our Law Annual Fund or have made an inaugural gift for our new building, Dineen Hall.

I am grateful for the many ways you contribute and what you make possible as a result.

Best wishes for the holiday season,
Hannah R. Arterian
Dean and Professor of Law

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L.L.M for International Students

Syracuse University Law To Offer LL.M. for International Students

New, 24-credit program begins in Fall 2012

The Master of Laws (LL.M.) for foreign students at Syracuse University College of Law is a new 24-credit hour graduate program designed to offer students with a foreign (non-U.S.) law degree or its equivalent, advanced study in American law. Applications are now being accepted through May 15, 2012 for students entering fall 2012.

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Your 2011 Tax-Deductible Gift

Only 9 days remain before the start of the New Year, but there is still plenty of time to make your tax-deductible gift to the College of Law.

Why wait? Click here to give online now.

Prefer to send a check? Checks may be made payable to Syracuse University and mailed to: Syracuse University College of Law, Office of Advancement, 820 Comstock Avenue, Room 214, Syracuse, NY 13244. Gifts postmarked by December 31, 2011 will be credited for 2011.

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Events
Charlotte Luncheon Recap

Sign Up Today for the January Metro DC and NYC Receptions

The College of Law will host two alumni receptions in January 2012. All DC area alumni are invited to join Dean Arterian and members of the College of Law faculty and staff at a reception at Chef Geoff's Downtown on Wednesday, January 4, 2012. For more information and registration, visit http://invite.syr.edu/lawdc.

All alumni are invited to the annual NYC law alumni reception at Lubin House held on Thursday, January 26, 2012 in conjunction with the New York State Bar Association Meeting. For more information and registration, visit http://invite.syr.edu/nysba.

 

Fall Alumni Event Photo Gallery

Want to relive the memories from your recent event or catch a glimpse of that classmate you haven’t seen in 10 years? Click here to visit our photo gallery on the Syracuse Law Facebook page. You do not need to log in or join Facebook to review our photos.

 

Charlotte Luncheon Recap

Dean Hannah R. Arterian hosted a group of Charlotte alumni for lunch at the Charlotte City Club on November 29. This was the first Charlotte alumni event in several years and provided alumni with an update from the Dean and a chance to network with other area alumni. Click here for upcoming law alumni events.

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Professional Development
Hire and SU Law Student

SU College of Law Graduates: Well prepared and ready to work

Is your firm or agency considering expanding? Are you looking for talented young lawyers who are, like you, Syracuse University College of Law educated and trained? The Office of Professional & Career Development can assist you in connecting with 3Ls, recent graduates and other alumni who may be the right fit for your firm, business or agency. We are always able to collect resumes for employers and can also assist you if you would like to post information about an open job or internship. If you'd prefer to register as an employer directly, please go to www.law.syr.edu/professional-career-development/employers/. Please contact Professional Development at 315-443-1941 with any questions or to discuss this further. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Michael Walls

Spotlight On...Michael Walls L'84

Vice President – Regulatory and Technical Affairs
American Chemistry Council
Arlington, VA

Mike Walls is the Vice President of the Regulatory and Technical Affairs Department at the American Chemistry Council (ACC), with primary responsibility for the Council's policy development across a range of issues. He has been at the Council for more than 25 years, beginning in the Office of General Counsel, where he first provided legal advice on a range of international environmental and trade issues and product regulation. He has broad experience in U.S. and international environmental law.

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In the Media
Student Public Zoning Law Video

How to Request an Area Variance in DeWitt, NY

SU Law students make video to inform public about zoning law. View the video.


Let It Snow!

Snowy Holiday Wishes

Share a wish by snowflake! Enter a Wish and choose your snowflake. Then fill in the blanks and click "Share my wish." Send wishes to family and friends, too!


Faculty in the News

Willliam Banks

From cold cases to tax issues to international law, our Syracuse Law faculty - experts in their chosen fields - regularly participate on the national and international law media stage. Read more...

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