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Search Committee to Identify Next Dean of the College of Law Appointed
Vice Chancellor, Provost and Chief Academic Officer Gretchen Ritter today announced the members of the search committee charged with identifying the next dean of the College of Law. Current Law School Dean Craig Boise will continue in the role until the end of the academic year.
“The College of Law has a long history of producing successful graduates who have impacted the field of law in numerous positive ways,” says Provost Ritter. “As the college is poised for continued growth and success, I look forward to what the next chapter will bring. I thank the search committee members for their service and am eager to meet the candidates.”
The co-chairs of the search committee are Todd Berger, professor of law and director of advocacy programs, and Nina Kohn, David M. Levy L’48 Professor of Law.
Other members of the search committee are:
- Richard Alexander L’82, vice chair, Board of Trustees
- James Baker, professor of law and director, Institute for Security Policy and Law, College of Law
- Devon Brown, third-year student, College of Law
- Vincent Cohen Jr. ’92, L’95, voting trustee, Board of Trustees
- Shannon Gardner, teaching professor and associate dean for online education, College of Law
- Roy Gutterman, professor and director, Tully Center for Free Speech, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
- Courtney Abbott Hill, associate teaching professor, College of Law
- Mark J. Lodato, dean, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
- Cora True-Frost L’01, G’01, Bond, Schoeneck and King Distinguished Professor and professor of law, College of Law
- Jennifer Uryniak, assistant dean for finance and administration, College of Law
- Jamie Winders, associate provost for faculty affairs, Syracuse University
The search firm WittKieffer will assist the committee in all aspects of recruitment and selection.