Publications

Art Leonard’s article, “Co-Mom Loses Out Due to State’s Past Discrimination” was published in Gay City News.

David Schoenbrod’s column, “To have a better, more honest Congress, change its incentives” was published in The Hill. 

Jacob Sherkow’s column, “A Heart-Stopping Patent Injunction Stay For Sanofi” was published in Forbes Magazine. 

Art Leonard’s newsletter, “LGBT Law Notes” February edition was published in Gay City News. 

Art Leonard’s article, “How Texas Governor Hopes to Undo Marriage Equality” was published by Gay City News. 

Art Leonard’s LGBT Law 2016 Year in Review was published. 

Art Leonard’s article was published “Trans Employee Can Sue If Surgery Benefits Refused” in Gay City News. 

Ari Waldman’s column, Donald Trump and Steve Bannon need angry young men. They’re using Gamergate culture to get them” was published in Quartz. 

Art Leonard’s article, “Gorsuch Pushes Court Balance to the Right” was published in Gay City News. 

Jacob Sherkow’s column, “That Other Biotech Patent Interference” was published in Forbes. 

Jacob Sherkow’s article, “The rise of the ethical license” was published in Nature Biotechnology.

Art Leonard’s articles “Gay Employment Bias Goes Before Full Seventh Circuit,” “Discriminatory Birth Certificate Laws Upheld in Arkansas,” and “In Indiana, County Clerk Can’t Refuse to Issue License” were published in Gay City News. 

Art Leonard’s newsletter “LGBT Law Notes” January edition was published.

Lisa Grumet’s
Letter to the Editor “Civil Rights Under Donald Trump” was published in the New York Times.

Art Leonard’s articles “College Wrestler’s HIV Conviction Thrown Out,” “San Antonio 4 Win Declaration of Innocence” and “New Year’s Eve, 11th Hour Assault on Transgender Health” were published in Gay City News.

David Schoenbrod’s op-ed, “Some Honesty (at Last) About America’s Debt” was published in the Wall Street Journal

Art Leonard’s articles “Arbitrary Bureaucracy Foiled in Intersex Passport Case” and “Another Federal Judge: Gay Plaintiff Can Claim Sex Discrimination” were published in Gay City News. 

Jacob Sherkow’s article published in “Biotech Trial of the Century Could Determine Who Owns CRISPR

Art Leonard’s December edition of “LBGT Law Notes” was published. 

Art Leonard’s articles, “Why the Marriage Equality Ruling Is Likely Secure” and “EEOC Win Shows What Trump Era Might Undo” were published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s article, “The Presidential Election and LGBT Law“ was published in the Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s monthly newsletter, LGBT Law Notes was published.

Art Leonard’s November issue of his monthly podcast “LGBT Law Notes” is now available.

Art Leonard’s article, “Supreme Court Takes Up School Bathroom Issue” published in Gay City News. 

Art Leonard’s monthly podcast “LGBT Law Notes” is now available.

Art Leonard’s article “Gay and Trans Plaintiffs Advance on Title VII Claims” was published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s article “Trans Man’s Complaint of NYPD Hostility Rejected” was published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s October newsletter has been published — LGBT Law Notes

Ari Waldman’s post, “State v. Dharun Ravi: The Appeal” was published in Prawfsblog.

Ari Waldman’s post, “State v. Dharun Ravi: What Happened?” was published in Prawfsblog.

Erika Wood authored a chapter in the recently released third edition of Debating Reform: Conflicting Perspective on How to Fix the American Political System, published by CQ Press.  More information about the book can be found here.

Rebecca Roiphe’s article, “Rethinking Prosecutors’ Conflicts of Interest,” co-authored with Professor Bruce Green, will be published in the March 2017 issue of the Boston College Law Review. To read her article, click here

Jethro Lieberman published an article “The Thing About Books” in The American Scholar. This month also marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Jethro’s first book. To read his article, click here.

Art Leonard had 5 articles published in Gay City News in the month of September, “No Posing as Others on Manhunt!;” “Appeals Court Declines to Consider Immigrant’s Claim He’s Bisexual;” “Dharun Ravi Convictions Thrown Out in Tyler Clementi Case;” “Transgender Funeral Director’s Firing Upheld;” “Religious Freedom Challenge to Conversion Therapy Ban Fails.” To read all his latest columns, click here.

Ronald Filler’s four papers written for Lexis-Nexis have been published as four chapters in a new book on the Dodd Frank Act offered by Lexis.

Ronald Filler’s paper, “Energy Derivatives: Which Country (U.S. or U.K.) Provides the Best Customer Asset Protections to an Energy Trading Firm If Its Brokerage Firm/Counterparty Files for Bankruptcy” was published in The Energy Law Journal, Fall 2016 Issue.

Ronald Filler’s paper, “The 7th Circuit and Sentinel — Five Times A Charm”, was published in the Futures & Derivatives Law Report, May 2016 Issue.

Ronald Filler’s paper, “When All Else Fails — The Evolution of Customer Asset Protections After Brokerage Bankruptcy” was published in the Journal of Financial History, Issue 118 (Summer 2016). For an excerpt of the article click
here.

Richard Chused has published several blog entries titled “Property, Politics, and Immigration,” “Obergefell, Parenthood, and Property,” and “Remembering 9/11.” To read them, click here.

Art Leonard’s article, “Appeals Court Declines to Consider Immigrant’s Claim He’s Bisexual” published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s article No Posing as Others on Manhunt!” published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s article “Dharun Ravi Convictions Thrown Out in Tyler Clementi Case” published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s September LGBT Law Notes podcast is available online here.

Art Leonard’s September newsletter, “LGBT Law Notes, was published. To read, click here.

Jethro Lieberman’s article, The Thing About Bookswas published in The American Scholar. To read, click, here.

Art Leonard’s article, “New York State Tosses Noxious Custody Precedent” published in Gay City News.

Ari Waldman’s op-e “Cybermobs Multiply Online Threats and Their Danger” was published in the New York Times. To read, click here.

Nadine Strossen’s speech delivered when awarding The Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty was published by CATO Policy Report. To read, click here.

David Schoenbrod had an article published in the Observer titled “The Mass Murder of America’s Trees Must Stop.” To read, click here.

Michael Perlin’s article, “‘In the Wasteland of Your Mind’: Criminology, Scientific Discoveries and the Criminal Process,” has been published at 4 VA. J. CRIM. L. 304 (2016).

Michael Perlin’s article Creating a ‘Building a Disability Rights Information Center for Asia and the Pacific’ Clinic: Of Pedagogy and Social Justice,” has been published at 17 MARQUETTE BENEFITS & SOC’L WELFARE L. REV. 1 (2015).

Alan Appel as Council Director for the ABA Section on Taxation, reviewed the Comments on “Could Taxation published in Tax Notes.” The Comments are available here.

Art Leonard continues to regularly create topical content for Gay City News, and recently published four new articles,”Texas AG Wins Temporary Halt to Obama Order Giving Trans Students Access to Bathrooms Nationwide,” “Supreme Court Blocks Virginia Trans Boy’s Bathroom Access,” “Gay Jamaican Immigrant Gets Deportation Reprieve,” and “Texas Denies Trans Man’s Request for Legal Gender Change.”

Art Leonard’s Summer 2016 Edition of LGBT Law Notes newsletter has been published and can be viewed here

Doni Gewirtzman – co-authored the constitutional law multiple choice questions for LawClassFeedback, a new product from Wolters Kluwer that will provide formative assessment for students in several bar-tested subject areas. The questions are designed to be used in conjunction with Erwin Chemerinsky’s constitutional law casebook.

Richard Chused has published Gendered Law in American History (Carolina Academic Press, August 2016), a remarkable compendium of over 30 years of research and teaching in the field. To read the press release outlining this extraordinary work, click here.

Robert Blecker had an op-ed published in the Observer on state lotteries, and has been covering the Olympics for the Observer through a lens of culture and sport. To read his columns in the Observer, click here.

Nadine Strossen’s speech, “The Milton Friedman Prize for Advancing Liberty” published in the CATO Policy Report.

David Schoenbrod’s article, “The Mass Murder of America’s Trees Must Stop” published in the Observer.

Rebecca Roiphe had a review published of an article titled “Prosecutorial Constitutionalism” by Eric Fish, on Jotwell. To read her review, click here

Robert Blecker column, “E Pluribus Rio: Compositions and Collages; Relays and Medleys” – published in the Observer.

Robert Blecker column, “Why We Set Aside Our Differences to Run, Jump, Throw and Fight” – NY Observer.

Art Leonard’s four articles published “Seventh Circuit Reluctantly Rejects Lesbian Bias Claim,” “Cake Baker Refusenik Seeks Supreme Court Review,” “Anti-Gay Kansas Officials Now Under the Gun,” and, “Porn Diva Can Pursue HIV Libel Claim” – Gay City News

Robert Blecker’s column, “Rio’s Opening Message: The World Destroys Itself” published in the NY Observer.

Ari Waldman op-ed article, “Cybermobs Multiply Online Threats and Their Danger” published in the New York Times.

Robert Blecker op-ed article, “The Big Draw: A Tie Is Not a Win, Except in Lottery” published in the New York Observer.

Art Leonard’s midsummer issue of LGBT Law Notes published

Nadine Strossen’s letter published in “University of Cape Town Disinvites Flemming Rose — Nadine Strossen Dissents” from Concurring Opinions.

Art Leonard’s article “Maryland, Michigan Differ on Key Co-Parent Issue Pending In NYS” published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s article “Win on NYS Medicaid Paying for Gender Transition ‘Cosmetic Surgery’ “ published in Gay City News.

Art Leonard’s articles, “Federal Court Blocks Anti-LGBT Mississippi Law” and “Equal Marriage Rights Means Two Moms” published in Gay City News.

Alan Appel had 2 chapters published in the New York University 74th Institute on Federal Taxation.

Ruti Teitel published a blog post “The Limits of Witness” in the Times of Israel. To read the blog post, click here

Art Leonard’s article “Title VII Sexual Orientation Bias Claims Divide Trial Courts” was published in Gay City News.

Frank Munger’s article “Advocacy at the Leading Edge of Social Change: The Importance of Front Line Innovators,” is the lead article in the latest issue of the New York Law School Law Review, which contains articles from a Symposium on “Innovations in the Fight Against Human Trafficking” organized with Professors Melynda Barnhart and Chumatoli Huq.

Robert Blecker’s op-ed “Banning the Russians: Shall the Righteous Suffer With the Wicked?” was published in the New York Observer.

Richard Chused’s article “Appropriate(d) Momentshas been selected for inclusion in the 2016 edition of the Entertainment, Publishing and the Arts Handbook, an anthology published annually by Thomson Reuters (West), as one of the best articles of 2015 related to entertainment, publishing and/or the arts.

Gerald Korngold has just published “An Empirical Study of Modification and Termination of Conservation Easements: What the Data Suggest About Appropriate Legal Rules,” 24 New York University Environmental Law Journal 1-58 (2016), co-authored with Semida Munteanu of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Lauren E. Smith ’14.

Michael Perlin’s article, International Human Rights and Institutional Forensic Psychiatry: The Core Issues, has been published in The Use of Coercive Measures in Forensic Psychiatric Care: Legal, Ethical and Practical Challenges 9 (Profs. Birgit Völlm & Norbert Nedopil, eds.) (Springer 2016).

Art Leonard’s June LGBT Law Notes podcast is available online here.

David Schoenbrod’s article, “The Role of Congress in Environmental Law,” 6 Ariz. Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 554 ( 2016) (participating as panelist at Federal Society National Lawyers Convention, 2015) was published.

Mariana Hogan and Michael Roffer co-authored the chapter on Judicial Externships in the just-released third edition of Learning from Practice: A Text for Experiential Legal Education (West Academic Publishing 2016) (Leah Wortham, Alexander Scherr, Nancy Maurer, and Susan L. Brooks, eds.)  Mariana also co-authored similar chapters in the two previous editions. The introduction describes it as a book “about learning from experience, specifically experience with lawyering.”

Jacob Sherkow’s essay, Describing Drugs: A Response to Profs. Allison and Ouellette, was published in the Duke Law Journal.

Jacob Sherkow’s article with Arti Rai (Duke), “The Changing Life Science Patent Landscape,” reviews 20 years’ of life science patents. It was published in Nature Biotechnology.

Jacob Sherkow’s article, “Pursuit of Profit Poisons Collaboration” was published in the science journal Nature. The article discusses the CRISPR patent dispute and several conflicts of interest that may arise from universities’ involvement in the commercialization of research.

Ronald Filler’s article, “The 7th Circuit and Sentinel —  Five Times a Charm!” will be published in the April 2016 issue of the Futures & Derivatives Law Report. This article analyses the five cases before the 7th Circuit involving the bankruptcy of, and the fraud committed by the principals of, Sentinel Management, a brokerage firm and investment adviser, and BNY Mellon, acting as the custodian bank for Sentinel. Also, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) has just issued its report on “Financial Regulation —  Complex and Fragmented Structure Could Be Streamlined to Improve Effectiveness”. Ron was listed as a contributor to this Report.

Edward A. Purcell, Jr.’s new article, “Capitalism and Risk:  Concepts, Consequences, and Ideologies” has been published in Volume 64 of the Buffalo Law Review (2016).

Mariana Hogan and Michael Roffer co-authored the chapter on Judicial Externships in the just-released third edition of Learning from Practice: A Text for Experiential Legal Education (West Academic Publishing 2016) (LeahWortham, Alexander Scherr, Nancy Maurer, and Susan L. Brooks, eds.)  Mariana also co-authored similar chapters in the two previous editions. The introduction describes it as a book “about learning from experience, specifically experience with lawyering.”

Gerald Korngold just published the third edition of his treatise, Private Land Use Arrangements: Easements, Real Covenants and Equitable Servitudes (Juris Publishing 2016). In addition to major revisions of the prior edition, the volume addresses the Third Restatement of Property-Servitudes and its treatment by the courts.

The third edition of Michael Perlin’s Treatise, Mental Disability Law: Civil and Criminal, has been published by Lexis-Nexis. NYLS Adjunct Prof. Heather Ellis Cucolo ’03 is the co-author of this edition (February 2016).

Michael Perlin’s book, Sexuality, Disability and the Law: Beyond the Last Frontier?, co-authored with Alison J. Lynch, Esq. (’13, M.A. ’15) has been published by Palgrave Macmillan (February 2016).

Michael Perlin’s article, ” ‘I Expected It to Happen/I Knew He’d Lost Control’: The Impact of PTSD on Criminal Sentencing after the Promulgation of DSM-5,” has been published in 2015 UTAH L. REV. 881 (February 2016).

Richard Chused’s article “Appropriate(d) Momentshas been published in the Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal, Volume 26, Issue 1. The article delves into the historical and legal contours of a privacy dispute between a family living in a new glass-walled apartment in Tribeca and a photographer who surreptitiously photographed them from his loft across the street, hung enlarged versions of the pictures in a gallery, and distributed them online. After describing the dispute, the essay opens with a discussion of the late nineteenth century origins of privacy law and puzzles about the relationships between those early legal developments and contemporary intrusive photography disputes. The article continues with a review of the history of photography from its origins in the early nineteenth century, the late-nineteenth century emergence of small cameras capable of being hidden from public view while being used, and the growth and acceptance of secret picture taking during the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. It concludes by analyzing the development of privacy law after its late nineteenth century origins and proposes a new way of resolving disputes over surreptitious photography in light of recent developments in digital communication techniques (January 2016).

Michael Perlin’s article “ ‘I Expected It to Happen/I Knew He’d Lost Control’: The Impact of PTSD on Criminal Sentencing After the Promulgation of DSM-5,” was just published in a symposium in Utah Law Review (2015 Utah L. Rev. 881) on “Legal Borders and Mental Disorders: The Challenge of Defining Mental Illness” (January 2016).

Michael Perlin’s, co-authored with Alison J. Lynch, Esq. (’13, M.A. ’15), “How Teaching about Therapeutic Jurisprudence Can Be a Tool of Social Justice, and Lead Law Students to Personally and Socially Rewarding Careers:  Sexuality and Disability as a Case Example,” has been published in a symposium on legal education in 16 Nevada L.J.  209 (2015) (January 2016).

A Mandarin version of the second edition of “Property Stories,” co-edited by Gerald Korngold, has just been published by China Renmin University Press under arrangement with Foundation Press (January 2016).

Jacob Sherkow’s “The History of Patenting Genetic Material” (with co-author Hank Greely), was just published in Annual Reviews of Genetics. The Annual Reviews are annual, monograph publications of reviews of important topics by leading scientists and scholars; they’re among the most highly cited journals in their respective scientific fields. This year’s Reviews include several Nobel Prize winners (December 2015).

The Italian publisher Editoriale Scientifica has just released Immigrazionee Diritto Alla Cittadinanza Immigration and Right to Nationality which was co-edited by Lloyd Bonfield and three Italian professors.  It appears as Volume 17 in their series Jus Gentium Europaeum.  Both Lennie Benson and Lloyd have articles in the volume:  Lennie Benson, “The Real Borders: Obstacles to Integration in US Immigration Policy;” and Lloyd Bonfield, “Give me Your Wealthy: Immigration Policy Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Century England” (December 2015).

Ari Waldman’s essay, Images of Harassment: Copyright Law and Revenge Porn, was published this week in the Federal Bar Council Quarterly (December 2015).

Ari Waldman’s short essay, Amplifying Abuse: The Fusion of Cyberharassment and Discrimination, was published by the Boston University Law Review as part of the Law Review’s online symposium on the book, Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. (10/15)

Ruti Teitel’s article, “Transitional Justice and Judicial Activism— A Right to Accountability?” was published in the Cornell International Law Journal.

Arthur Leonard has a chapter in a new book published by the American Bar Association, “Out and About: The LGBT Experience in the Legal Profession,” a collection of essays by LGBT attorneys about their professional experiences.

Jeffrey Haas book “Investment Adviser Regulation” was recently translated into Japanese and has been selling well in the Japanese marketplace.

Arthur Leonard’s 2015 Supplement to the casebook he co-authored, Sexuality Law, has now been published online for use by teachers during the 2015-2016 academic year.

Bill LaPiana recently published an article, “Married Same-Sex Couples Living in Non-Recognition States: A Primer,” 7 Estate Planning and Community Property Law Journal 471 (2015).

Gerald Korngold has placed an article entitled “An Empirical Study of Modification and Termination of Conservation Easements: What the Data Suggest About Appropriate Legal Rules” with the NYU Journal of Environmental Law (Vol. 23, Spring 2016, forthcoming). The article is co-authored with Semida Munteanu of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy of Cambridge, Mass., and Lauren Elizabeth Smith ’14.

Ruti Teitel edited a book with Buhm Suk Baek entitled Transitional Justice in Unified Korea, published by Palgrave Macmillan in October 2015. For more information, click here.

Michael Roffer’s The Law Book: From Hammurabi to the International Criminal Court, 250 Milestones in the History of Law, was published in November 2015.

Richard Sherwin published “Law in the Flesh: Tracing Law’s Legitimation to ‘The Act of Killing'” in No Foundations: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Justice.

Richard Sherwin published Law, Culture and Visual Studies (co-edited with Anne Wagner) (Springer 2014).

Stacy-Ann Elvy’s article “A Postcolonial Theory of Spousal Rape: The Caribbean and Beyond” published by the University of Michigan Journal of Gender and the Law (2015).

Doni Gewirtzman’s new article, “Complex Experimental Federalism,” was published in this month’s issue of the Buffalo Law Review. The article discusses experimental federalism and its ability to produce meaningful policy experiments.

Jacob Sherkow recently published his new article, “Stem Cell Patents after the America Invents Act,” co-authored with Christopher Thomas Scott, in Cell Stem Cell Magazine, Volume 16, Issue 5. The article discusses the potential new challenges to stem cell patents that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office may hear in the wake of the newly passed Leahy-Smith America Invents Act.

Stephen Ellmann published “Two South African Men of the Law,” 28 Temple Int’l & Comp. L.J. 431 (2014) (a remembrance of Nelson Mandela and Arthur Chaskalson).

Stephen Ellmann published “The Clinical Year Begins,” 21 Clin. L. Rev. 337 (2015) (an updated and extensively revised version of an earlier article, “The Clinical Year,” 53 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 877 (2008/09)).

Stephen Ellmann co-wrote, with Katherine R. Kruse, “Measuring the Values and Costs of Experiential Education (Report of the Working Group on Cost and Sustainability),” in Alliance for Experiential Learning in Law, Experience the Future: Papers from the Second National Symposium on Experiential Education in Law, 7 Elon L. Rev. 1, 23-42 (2015).

Deborah Archer’s article, “Still Fighting after All These Years: Minority Voting Rights 50 Years after the March on Washington,” was recently jointly published by the Berkeley Journal of African American Law & Policy and the Touro Journal of Race, Gender and Ethnicity as part of a symposium on voting rights in the wake of Shelby County v. Holder co-sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and Touro Law Center.

Jacob Sherkow recently published his new article, “Stem Cell Patents after the America Invents Act,” co-authored with Christopher Thomas Scott, in Cell Stem Cell Magazine, Volume 16, Issue 5. The article discusses the potential new challenges to stem cell patents that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office may hear in the wake of the newly passed Leahy-Smith America Invents Act.

Stephen Ellmann published “Two South African Men of the Law,” 28 Temple Int’l & Comp. L.J. 431 (2014) (a remembrance of Nelson Mandela and Arthur Chaskalson).

Stephen Ellmann published “The Clinical Year Begins,” 21 Clin. L. Rev. 337 (2015) (an updated and extensively revised version of an earlier article, “The Clinical Year,” 53 N.Y.L. Sch. L. Rev. 877 (2008/09)).

Stephen Ellmann co-wrote, with Katherine R. Kruse, “Measuring the Values and Costs of Experiential Education (Report of the Working Group on Cost and Sustainability),” in Alliance for Experiential Learning in Law, Experience the Future: Papers from the Second National Symposium on Experiential Education in Law, 7 Elon L. Rev. 1, 23-42 (2015).

Deborah Archer’s article, “Still Fighting after All These Years: Minority Voting Rights 50 Years after the March on Washington,” was recently jointly published by the Berkeley Journal of African American Law & Policy and the Touro Journal of Race, Gender and Ethnicity as part of a symposium on voting rights in the wake of Shelby County v. Holder co-sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and Touro Law Center.

Gerald Korngold recently published “Private Regimes in the Public Sphere: Optimizing the Benefits of Common Interest Communities,” in Land Lines, vol. 27, no. 1, pp. 15-23 (Winter 2015).

Jacob Sherkow’s paper, “Law, history and lessons in the CRISPR patent conflict” was published in the March 2015 issue of Nature Biotechnology.

David Schoenbrod recently published “We Have a Dream” in “Symposium: Remembering the Dream, Renewing the Dream: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech and the March on Washington,” 59 New York Law School Law Review 11 (2014-2015).

The Journal of Taxation and Regulation of Financial Institutions, edited by Houman Shadab, published its most recent issue online. The issue includes an article by Alan Appel ’76 on corporate tax inversions and an article by Danilo P. Castelli 3L on fiduciary duties for advisers and broker-dealers. The entire issue is available here.

For the 30th anniversary edition of the journal Continuity and Change, Lloyd Bonfield, its Founding Editor, has written a retrospective that appears in Volume 30, and the editorial board selected an article of his to appear in the top 10.

Lynnise Pantin’s article, “Deals or No Deals: Integrating Transactional Skills In the First Year Curriculum,” 41 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 61 (2014), was recently published in the Ohio Northern University Law Review.

On January 15, Houman Shadabs co-authored article, “Bitcoin Financial Regulation: Securities, Derivatives, Prediction Markets, and Gambling,” was published in the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review and is available here.

The second series of Jethro Lieberman’s A Practical Companion to the Constitution: The Cumulative Supplement 2008-2014 was recently published by Dialogue Press.

Aspen Publishing just published the Sixth Edition of Gerald Korngold’s casebook, French & Korngold, Cases and Materials on Property. This book is the successor to the Casner & Leach property casebook.

The Quinnipiac Law Review has published the text of the keynote speech presented by Ruti Teitel on November 2, at a Quinnipiac Law Review symposium titled “Dialogues of Transitional Justice.”

Jethro Lieberman recently published two entries in The Encyclopedia of Political Thought (John Wiley & Sons, 2014), on “Constitutionalism” and “Constitutional Law, United States.”

 

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