Faculty Stories

SUNY Distinguished Professor James A. Gardner is spending part of his sabbatical year in Spain, where he is teaching and conducting research.
Stephen Paskey, legal analysis, writing and research lecturer, takes a critical look at how federal immigration judges decide whether to grant refugees’ asylum requests in his article, “Telling Refugee Stories: Trauma, Credibility, and the Adversarial Adjudication of Claims for Asylum.”
SUNY Distinguished Service Professor David Engel will accept the Harry J. Kalven Jr. Prize, the Law & Society Association's highest honor in recognition of his long and continuing work in interdisciplinary legal studies at their annual meeting in Mexico City.
With his election as chair of a major international-law organization, Professor Makau W. Mutua is taking the next step in a lifetime’s work in support of the rule of law.
Co-author Professor Jessica Owley thinks that good ideas in environmental law just might work in the real world.