Austin Kocher, Whitman Faculty Fellow in the Transactional Research Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), wrote an op-ed for The Hill titled “What’s behind Trump’s project to defund ‘anarchist jurisdictions?’” Kocher’s research interests include the political and legal geographies of policing and immigration….
College of Law Partners With 2U for Juris Doctor Degree Program
The College of Law and 2U Inc. today announced a partnership to develop a hybrid juris doctor (J.D.) degree program, pending New York State and American Bar Association approval.
“This hybrid program will continue our tradition of innovation and excellence in legal education,” says William Banks, interim dean of the College of Law. “We believe that an outstanding legal education should be as dynamic as the law itself. That’s why Syracuse Law has chosen to partner with 2U to develop a hybrid J.D. degree program developed by our nationally and internationally known faculty that will help us expand upon our mission to provide modern legal training for tomorrow’s lawyers and leaders, including those who cannot easily attend a fully residential program.”
“This partnership will enable the College of Law to reach talented students nationwide and allow us to grant unprecedented access to Syracuse Law’s outstanding legal education,” says Kent Syverud, chancellor and president of Syracuse University.
The J.D. program will feature live, face-to-face online classes and dynamic course content delivered through 2U’s platform. Syracuse Law faculty will create coursework using 2U’s proprietary Bidirectional Learning Tool™, which empowers law professors to teach online using a variety of teaching approaches including the Socratic method, and offers students the chance to learn and receive feedback from classmates and professors in real time. The Syracuse Law hybrid program will also feature traditional in-person learning experiences, including on-campus courses, and applied learning experiences including externships.
For more information, visit http://onlinelaw.syr.edu/.