Adjunct

Distinguished Adjunct Faculty

R.B. Bernstein, B.A., 1977, Amherst College; J.D., 1980, Harvard University; Ph.D., in progress, New York University; Book Review Editor for Constitution Books, H-LAW; Senior Research Fellow and Director of Historical Research, Council on Citizenship Education, Russell Sage College.
Courses: American Legal History; Law & Literature. 

James Hagy, B.A., 1975, Case Western Reserve University, J.D., 1978, Case Western Reserve University; Jones Day (retired), former Worldwide Chair of Corporate Real Estate Services and Worldwide Co-Chair of General Real Estate; Founder and Managing Director, Rooftops Group, LLC.
Course: International Real Estate, Corporate Real Estate
Courses: Corporate Real Estate; International Real Estate Law; Real Estate Transactions in a Global Marketplace

Lawrence Lederman, B.A., 1957 Brooklyn College; LL.B., 1966, New York University. Partner and chairman of the Global Corporate Practice, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP.
Courses: Mergers & Acquisitions; Corporate Boards.

Peter J. Strauss, A.B. 1957, Bowdoin College; J.D. 1961, NYU Law School, Partner in the law firm Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.
Course: Elder Law

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Daniel S. Abraham ’99, B.A. 1994, University of Florida; J.D., 1999, New York Law School. Senior Court Attorney, New York Supreme Court.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing and Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Miriam R. Adelman, B.A. 1963, Brooklyn College, City University of New York; J.D., 1966, Brooklyn Law School. Sole practitioner with practice concentration in wills and estate administration.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing and Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Chitra Aiyar, B.A., B.S. 1997, University of California at Berkeley; J.D. 2004, New York University School of Law; Staff Attorney, African Services Committee
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Jayni Edelstein Alegria ’92, B.A. 1988, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.D., 1992, New York Law School; LL.M., Columbia University, Counsel, Fischer & Mandell LLP
Courses: International Human Rights Seminar & Workshop.


Ikesha Al-Shabazz ’01, B.S. 1997, John Jay College; J.D. 2001, New York Law School. Assistant District Attorney, New York County.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing and Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Willem F. Korthals Altes, J.D., 1974, University of Amsterdam; Master of Comparative Jurisprudence, 1982, New York University; Ph.D., 1989, University of Amsterdam; Appointments: Judge, District Court of Amsterdam.
Courses: European Copyright & Data Protection Law; European Telecommunications & Broadcasting Law.


Edward Ambrosino, B.A. Fairfield University; J.D., New York University; Of Counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C. Specializes in real estate development and municipal law
Course: Public/Private Ventures


Brigitte Amiri, B.A. 1996, DePaul University; J.D. 1999, Northeastern University School of Law; Senior Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union, Reproductive Freedom Project
Course: Reproductive Rights Law


Joshua Annenberg, B.A., 1989, Yeshiva University, J.D., 1993, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Sole practitioner with practice concentration in negligence and medical malpractice actions.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


Karen Artz Ash ‘80, A.B. , 1976, Georgetown University; J.D., 1980, New York Law School. Partner and National Co-Chair of the Intellectual Property Practice at Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP. Practices all aspects of intellectual property law with a concentration in facets of trademark and copyright law.
Course: IP Job Track: Fashion; IP Licensing & Drafting: Fashion


Lee Augsburger, B.A., 1981, Wheaton College, J.D., 1987, Chicago-Kent College of Law. Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Prudential Financial.
Courses: Compliance for Global Financial Services


Ann Baker ’97, B.A. , 1993, University of Toronto; J.D. , 1997, New York Law School. Principal at McKool Smith specializing in national copyright and trademark litigation practice.
Course: Trial Advocacy Seminar


John S. Baker, Jr., B.A. 1969, University of Dallas, J.D., 1972, University of Michigan Law School; Ph.D., 2003, University of London; Professor of Law and Director of the Hemispheric Trade Program, Louisiana State University
Course: Mediation Clinic


Carmen Barbazan, J.D., 1983 New York University. Seton Hall University School of Law, Director of Appellate Advocacy.
Course: Professional Responsibility.


John Barrie, B.A. 1969 UCLA; J.D. 1972, UC Hasting; LL.M. 1973 New York University.
Course: Corporate Tax Planning


Kathyrn Bedke, B.A., Kirkland Collge; M.T.S., Harvard University, J.D., Case Western University Law School; of Counsel, Rabin Panero & Herrick
Course: Federal Wealth Transactions Tax: Basic


Marc S. Bekerman, B.A. 1989, State University of New York at Binghamton; J.D., 1992, Fordham University; LL.M, 1995 New York University. Fleischman & Bekerman, LLP.
Course: Estate Planning.


Ameer Benno, B.A. 1998, Johns Hopkins University; J.D. 2002, Cornell University. Assistant District Attorney, New York County District Attorney’s Office.
Course: Legal Reasoning, Writing and Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Michelle Benoit, J.D., 1991, University of Kansas School of Law; Supervising Attorney, Legal Aid Society, Criminal Defense Division
Course: Criminal Defense Clinic


Adele Bernhard – Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Law, B.A. 1972 New York University College of Arts and Science; J.D. 1976 New York University School of Law;  Associate Professor, Pace University School of Law
Course: Post Conviction Clinic


Barbara Bishop, B.A. 1972, Stanford University, J.D. 1976, New York University. Former General Counsel of Pali Holdings Inc. Former Senior Managing Director, Legal and Compliance Department, Bear Sterns & Co, Inc.
Courses: Employment Law in the Financial Industry


Anna Blaine, B.A. 1998, California State University, Sacramento; J.D., 2001, Gonzaga University School of Law; MLS, 2007, Southern Connecticut State University; Reference Librarian, New York Law School Mendik Library
Course: Legal Research Practical Skills


Joshua Blank ‘06, B.A. 2001, Vassar College; J.D. 2006, New York Law School; Worldwide Trademark Counsel, United Business Media LLC & United Business Media Group Limited
Course: Intellectual Property Job Track: Media and Entertainment


Erin Bond ’08, B.A. 2002, University of Virginia; J.D. 2008, New York Law School; Associate Director, Center for Real Estate Studies Law, New York Law School
Course: Real Estate Externship


Martin Bowe ’00, B.F.A. 1992, Long Island University; J.D. 2000, New York Law School. Senior Counsel, New York City Law Department, Office of Corporate Counsel.
Courses: Legal Re-seasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


Courtney Bowie, B.A. 1994, Wellesley College; J.D. 1999, University of Texas School of Law; Senior Staff Attorney, American Civil Liberties Union
Course: Racial Justice Advocacy


Anne Marie Bowler, B.S. 1997, Siena College; J.D. 2000, Brooklyn Law School. Founding partner, Gabay-Rafiy & Bowler.
Courses: Legal Re-seasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy; Drafting Contracts.


S. Gregory Boyd, B.S., 1996, M.S. 1998 East Carolina University; M.D., 2002; J.D., 2004 University of North Carolina. Associate, Kenyon & Kenyon.
Course: Videogame Law.


David Boyhan, B.A., 1986, SUNY Binghamton; J.D., 1989, Harvard Law School; MPS 2012, New York University Tisch ITP Program. Director of Compliance -Electronic Content & Records Management, Cerberus Capital
Course: Electronic Discovery


Jean Marie Brescia, B.A., Fordham University; J.D., 1985, Harvard University.
Course: Special Education Law.


Judith Bresler ’74, B.A., 1969, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1974, New York Law School; Counsel to Withers, Bergman LLP.
Course: Art Law.


Laura Brevetti, A.B. , 1973, Barnard College; J.D., 1976, Georgetown University Law Center; Area of Practice: white collar criminal defense
Course: Trial Advocacy Seminar


Gerard Brew, B.A. 1984, J.D. 1988; Rutgers University; Partner, McCarter & English LLP.
Course: New Jersey Estate Practice.


William Buckley, B.A., 1975, LeMonyne College; M.A., 1978, Fordham University; J.D., 1989, Seton Hall University; Appellate Counsel, Garbarini & Schee, P.C.
Course: Consolidated Legal Analysis Seminar


Margaret Butler, B.A., 1996, J.D., 1999 University of Oregon; M.S., 2005, Brooklyn College; M.L.S., 2008, Queens College. Reference Librarian, New York Law School.
Course: Legal Research: Practical Skills.


Leslie Ragon Caldwell, B.A., 1979, Pennsylvania State University; J.D., 1982, George Washington University Law School; Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District of New York.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Susan Camera, B.A. 1975, Wheaton College; J.D. 1978, Columbia University School of Law; Executive Director and Assistant General Counsel – Transaction Group, Ernst & Young LLP
Course: Drafting Contracts


Emily Campbell, B.A., 1987, Mercer University; J.D., 1991, University of Nebraska; M.A. 1991 University of Nebraska; Ph.D., 1996, University of Nebraska. Principle: The Campbell Firm PLLC
Course: Drafting Contracts.


Jessica L. Campbell ’07, B.A. 2004, The College of New Jersey ; J.D., 2007, New York Law School. Attorney Advisor, Federal Communications Comission, Media Bureau, Industry Analysis Division
Course: Media Law & Policy Seminar


Jeremiah (Jed) Candreva, B.A. 1986, State University of New York; M.P.A. 1988, Hunter College; J.D. 1996, New York Law School; Partner, Troutman Sanders LLP
Course: Land Use Regulation


Peter S. Canelias, B.S., 1986, Massachusetts State College, Bridgewater,; J.D. 1989, Boston College.
Course: Patent Law; Patent Law Claim Drafting.


Kelly Carroll ‘02, B.A. 1999, New York University; J.D. 2002, New York Law School; Assistant District Attorney, Supreme Court Bureau, Office of the District Attorney, Staten Island
Courses: Criminal Prosecution Clinic Fieldwork; Criminal Prosecution Clinic Seminar


Rosa Castello, B.A., 1998, Boston University; M.S.N., 2001, MGH Institute of Health Professionals’; J.D., 2006, St. John’s University.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


Fredrik L. Cederqvist ’94, B.A., 1990, Syracuse University; J.D., 1994, New York Law School.
Professional Interests: Communications Law, antitrust, administrative law, contract negotiation.
Course: Negotiating, Counseling & Interviewing.


Michael Cestaro, B.A., 1988, Rutgers University; J.D. 1992, Rutgers University; Thelen, Reid, Brown, Raysman & Steiner. Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


Nancy Chadrjian, B.A., 1980, Sarah Lawrence College, M.A., 1984, Hunter College, J.D., 1987, Brooklyn Law School. Administrative Law Judge, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Course: Consolidated Legal Analysis Seminar.


Pei Pei Cheng-de Castro ’00, B.A., University of California, Berkeley, J.D., 2000, New York Law School. Associate, Peluso & Touger, LLP.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research, Written & Oral Advocacy.


Amit K. Chhabra, B.A. 1998 , Cornell University; J.D. 2004, University of Notre Dame Law School; Visiting Professor of Law, St. Georges University
Course: Introduction to Derivatives


Vincent Chirico ’93, B.S., 1989, City University of New York; J.D., 1993, New York Law School; Senior Associate at private law firm, mass toxic tort litigation.
Course: Drafting Litigation.


Margaret L. Clancy, B.A., 1977, Marymount Manhattan College; J.D., 1980, Cornell University; Bureau Chief, Frauds Bureau, New York County District Attorney’s Office.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Alessandro Cocco, J.D., Universita’ la Sapienza; Managing Director and Associate General Counsel, JP Morgan Chase Bank
Course: Derivatives Documentation: Mastering the Master Agreement


Alan Cohen ‘78, B.A. 1975, George Washington University; J.D. 1978, New York Law School; Partner: Paul Hastings
Course: Drafting Workshop: Partnerships


Berwin Cohen ’99, B.A., 1996, Ramapo College; J.D., 1999, New York Law School; LL.M., 2002, New York University; Associate, Tax Controversy, Mayer Brown LLP.
Course: Business Plans for Closely Held Enterprises


Louise E. Cohen, B.S., M.S., 1980, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1984, Boston University School of Law; Deputy Bureau Chief, District Attorney’s Office, Kings County.
Course: Child Victims & the Law.


Pamela S. Cohen, A.B., 1984, Vassar College; J.D., 1987, Columbia University. Staff Attorney, Disability Rights California Course: The American Disabilities Act; Law, Policy & Practice.


Sherry M. Cohen, Brandeis University;  J.D., Fordham University School of Law; Assistant Commissioner, Uniformed Services Bureau – Prosecution Division, Taxi and Limousine CommissionCourse: Tax and Limousine Commission Clinic


Faith Colangelo, B.A., 1968, Boston University; J.D., 1974, Brooklyn Law School. Member, Criminal Justice Act Panel for the U.S. District Court, Southern District.
Course: Co-teaches Advocacy of Criminal Cases.


Anna Gabrielle Cominsky, B.A. 2002 Rutgers College; J.D. 2005 New York Law School
Supervising Attorney, Criminal Defense
Course: Criminal Defense Clinic


Mark A. Conrad ’81, B.A. 1978, City College of New York; J.D. 1981, New York Law School; M.S. 1982, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; Associate Professor, Legal and Ethical Studies, Graduate and Undergraduate Schools of Business Administration, Fordham University
Course: Sports Law


Michael Considine, B.A. 1980, Boston College; J.D. 1984, Georgetown University Law Center; Co-Chair of Government Enforcement and Internal Investigation Practice Group Seward & Kissel; leader of the White Collar Defense and Internal Investigations Practice group, Partner, Day Pitney LLP
Course: Criminal Prosecution in Financial Services Industry


Dorothea A. Constas, B.A., 1972, Emerson College, J.D., 1976, Hofstra School of Law; Principal Attorney, Mental Hygiene Legal Service.
Course: Applied Analysis.


Samantha Corazon Pownall, ‘11, B.A. 2004 Oberlin College; J.D. 2011 New York Law School; Attorney and Equal Justice Works Fellow, New York Civil Liberties Union
Course: Suspension Clinic


Julia Ann Cort, B.A. Wesleyan University, J.D., 1988, University of Michigan. Court Attorney, Law Department, Supreme Court, New York County.
Course: Drafting Judicial Opinions


Bridget Crawford, B.A., 1991, Yale University; J.D. 1996, University of Pennsylvania. Associate Professor of Law, Pace University, School of Law.
Course: Basic Federal Wealth Transer Tax.

Heather Cucolo ’03, B.A. SUNY Binghamton; J.D., 2003, New York Law School
Course: Sex Offenders


Lindsay A. Curcio, B.A., 1984, Northwestern University; J.D., 1990, Chicago-Kent College of Law; M.B.A., 1996, Fordham University, Graduate School of Business Administration; Solo practitioner in immigration and nationality law.
Courses: Immigration Practice Workshop Seminar and Workshop.


Jeffrey T. Curiale; B.A. 1999, St. John’s University; J.D. 2002, Quinnipiac University School of Law; Assistant District Attorney, Richmond County District Attorney’s Office
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic – Richmond County


Eva Marie Cusack ’00, B.A. 1993, John Jay College; J.D. 2000, New York Law School. Deputy Commissioner, Office of the Public Administrator, Richmond County.
Course: Consolidated Legal Analysis Seminar.


Michael D’Angelo, B.A. , University of Arizona; J.D., New York Law School. President & Chief Executive Officer, BMDC, LLC
Courses: Energy Laws and Regulations


Andra Dallas ’01, B.A. 1998, St. John’s University; J.D. 2001, New York Law School; Staff Attorney, Children’s Advertising Review Unit, Council Of Better Business Bureaus
Course: Intellectual Property Jobtrack Advertising


Elizabeth Dambriunas ’85, B.A. 1982, University of Toledo; J.D.1985, New York Law School; Of Counsel, Levine, Plotkin, & Menin, LLP
Courses: IP Job-Track Entertainment Law; Externship, Entertainment Law


Bruce David ’92, B.S. , 1982 Fordham University; D.O., 1988, Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine; J.D., 1992, New York Law School. Director of Forensic Psychiatry, Nassau University Medical Center.
Course: Forensic Reports, Experts and Forensic Ethics.


Cesar de Castro ’00, B.A., 1997, Pennsylvania State University; J.D., 2000, New York Law School
Assistant District Attorney, New York County
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


C. Nathan Dee, B.A. 1988, Hamilton College; J.D. 1999, Suffolk University Law School. Partner, Cullen and Dykman, LLP.
Course: Insolvency of Financial Institutions


Karolina A. Dehnhard, B.A. 1997, M.A. 1999, College of St. Elizabeth J.D. 2009 New York Law School Associate, Bud Larne, P.C.
Course: Custody Evaluations, Juvenile and Family Law; Mental Disability Law


Lisa Del Pizzo, B.A., 1992 SUNY Buffalo; J.D., 1995, Boston College. Deputy Bureau Chief, Trial Division.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Mark F. DeWan, B.A., 1974, State University of New York at New Paltz; J.D., 1982, Brooklyn Law School; Senior Counsel, Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, Grievance Committee for the Second and Eleventh Judicial Districts. Professional Interests: Lecturing on the Lawyer’s Code of Professional Responsibility.
Courses: Drafting: Commercial Documents; Drafting: General Principles; Memorandum & Brief Writing.


Angelia Dickens, B.S. 1993, Georgetown University; J.D. 1996, Columbia University. Corporate Counsel, American Civil Liberties Union.
Course: Drafting: Judicial Opinions.


John Diekman ’00, B.A., 1968, St. Louis University; M.A., 1969, Ph.D., 1974, Southern Illinois University; J.D. 2000, New York Law School.
Course: Negotiating, Counseling and Interviewing.


Alan Dixler, B.A Tufts University, J.D. University of Virginia; LL.M. New York University.
Course: Taxation of Intellectual Property Transactions.


Henry A. Dlugacz, ’91, B.A., 1979, Queens College, M.S.W., 1981, Hunter College School of Social Work, J.D., 1991, New York Law School. Attorney and Expert Consultant, Private Practice.
Course: Mental Health Issues: Jail & Prison.


Greg Dolin, B.A. 1998, The Johns Hopkins University; J.D. Georgetown University Law Center;
Associate Professor of Law, Co-director Center for Medicine & Law, University of Baltimore School of Law
Course: Intellectual Property


David Dorfman, B.A. 1977, Queen College; M.A., Ph.D. 1980, University of Chicago; J.D. 1987, Chicago Kent College of Law; Assistant Professor of Law, Pace Law School
Course: Criminal Procedure: Investigation


Deborah Dorfman ’92, B.A., 1987, UC Berkeley; M.A., 1989, New York University; J.D. 1992, New York Law School. Senior Attorney, Center for Public Representation.
Course: Therapeutic Jurisprudence.


Joanne Doroshow, B.A. 1976, University of Rochester; J.D. 1979, Temple University School of Law. Founder, President, and Executive Director, Center for Justice and Democracy, New York Law School.
Course: Civil Justice Through the Courts


Donna Dougherty, B.A., 1979, State University of New York at Oneonta; J.D., 1986, Union University; Director, Legal Services for the Elderly in Queens.
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, & Interviewing.


Hon. Laura E. Drager, B.A., 1970, University of Rochester; J.D., 1973, Columbia University. Acting Justice, New York State Supreme Court.
Course: Anatomy of a New York State Divorce.


Victoria Eastus, A.B., 1983, Harvard University, J.D., 1987, University of Texas. Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, New York Law School.
Course: Principles of Legal Analysis


Marc Edelman, B.S. 1999, University of Pennsylvania ; M.A., 2003, University of Michigan; J.D. 2003, University of Michigan. On leave from Dewey & LeBoeuf, LLP. Adjunct professor at Seton Hall University and Manhattanville College.
Course: Sports Law.


Myles Edwards, B.A. 1985, Syracuse University, J.D. 2002, Catholic University of America. General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, AIA Capital Markets.
Courses: Hedge Funds – Their Regulation & Structure


Sherri Lee Eisenpress ’89, B.A. 1984, New York University; J.D., 1989, New York Law School. Partner, Shatzkin & Reiss.
Course: Negotiating, Counseling and Interviewing


James E. Emory ’88, B.A., 1982, Virginia Polytechnic Institute; J.D., 1988, New York Law School. Court Attorney, New York State Office of Court Administration.
Course: Consolidated Legal Analysis.


Lloyd Epstein, B.A., 1974, Williams College; J.D., 1979, New York University; Partner, Epstein & Weil.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Robert Erb, ’91, B.A. 1982, State University of New York at Buffalo; J.D. New York Law School; CEO and General Counsel of Schutt
Course: Sports Law – IIL P Job Track


Paula Estrada de Martin ’10, B.S. 1995, M.S., 1997, California State University; M. Phil. 1995, Ph.D. 2004, Yale University; J.D. 2010, New York Law School. Associate, Department of Intellectual Property, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr
Course: IP Job Track: Patent Law


MaryJo Eyster, B.A. 1975, New York University; J.D. 1978, New York University School of Law; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Conflict Resolution, Baruch College; Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, Brooklyn Law School
Courses: Mediation Clinic


Francis James Facciolo III, B.A. 1974, Columbia University; M.A. 1977, Hunter College; M.Ph. 1979, CUNY Graduate School & University Center; J.D. 1983, Columbia Law School; Assistant Legal Writing Professor, St. John’s University School of Law
Course: Sales and Payments Systems


Kathyrn L. Farrara, ’06, B.S. Pennsylvania State College; J.D. New York Law School; Senior Attorney, National Advertising Division, CBBB
Course: IIL P Job Track- Advertising Law


Peter Feeley, B.A. 1983, Rutgers University, J.D. 1986 Seton Hall University, M.S. 1998, New Jersey Institute of Technology. Vice President, Compliance, Prudential Financial.
Courses: Compliance for Global Financial Services.


Kenneth Feinberg, B.A. 1967, University of Massachusetts; J.D. 1970, New York University. Founder, The Feinberg Group; Special Master, Federal September 11 Victim Compensation Fund of 2001.
Course: Federal 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund: Alternative Civil Justice Systems.


Rona Feinberg, B.A., 1968, M.S. 1972, Queens College; J.D., 1984, Brooklyn Law School. Assistant District Attorney, Senior Appellate Counsel, Office of the New York County District Attorney.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.,


Lawrence Feld, B.A., 1964, Queens College; J.D., 1967 Columbia University.
Course: Tax Litigation Seminar.


Carl Felsenfeld, A.B. 1949, Dartmouth College, M.S. 1950, Columbia University School of Business, J.D. 1954, Columbia University of Law. Professor of Law, Fordham University School of Law.
Courses: International Banking Laws & Regulations


Jeffrey Ferguson ‘82, B.A. 1975 SUNY at Stony Brook; J.D. 1982, New York Law School; Assistant District Attorney, Office of the District Attorney, Kings County
Courses: Criminal Prosecution Clinic


Lucas A. Ferrara, B.S./M.A., 1981, Columbia University; J.D., 1984, Brooklyn Law School.
Professional Interests: Real Estate Law.
Course: Landlord and Tenant Law.


Alex Ferrini, B.A. 1988, Cornell University; J.D. 1994, Albany Law School, Union University
Course: Construction Law


David L. Ferstendig, B.A., 1978, Yeshiva University; J.D., 1981, New York University School of Law; Founder, Breindel & Ferstendig P.C.
Course: New York Practice.


Robert Finkel, B.A. University of Pennsylvania; J.D. Stanford University; M.A. Columbia University. Partner, Global Corporate Group of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, LLP.
Course: Corporate Governance.


Daniel Finkelstein, B.S., 1949, New York University; LL.B. (J.D.), 1955, Brooklyn Law School.
Professional Interests: Housing Law.
Course: Landlord and Tenant Law.


Marc Firestone, B.A. 1981, Washington & Lee University; J.D. 1985, Tulane University School of Law; Expert in complex litigation, compliance, consumer products regulation, M&A, corporate communications and government affairs
Courses: European Union Business: “Unpacking the European Court of Justice’s T-Mobile Decision”


The Honorable Robert J. Firestone ’90, B.S., 1977, Brooklyn College; J.D., 1990, New York Law School; LL.M., 1997, New York University School of Law; Commissioner, New York City Tax Appeals Tribunal.
Course: State and Local Tax.


David Fish ’96,   B.A., 1992, SUNY Albany; J.D., 1996, New York Law School; David M. Fish, Counselor and Attorney at Law – Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Representation and Management.
Courses: Drafting Contracts; Drafting General Principles.


Lisa Fleischmann, B.S., 1985, St. John’s University; J.D., 1992, St. John’s University. Assistant Attorney General, Litigation Bureau, Office of the Attorney General.
Courses: Drafting Litigation; Memo & Brief Writing.


Joseph M. Forgione, B.A. 2001 Hofstra University; J.D., 2005, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; LL.M., 2006, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law; Director of Trademark Enforcement, Gioconda Law Group PLLC
Course: IILP Job Track – Fashion Law


Merrie Frankel, B.A., University of Pennsylvania; J.D. , M.B.A. Hofstra University School of Law and Graduate School of Business
Course: Real Estate Capital Markets


Hon. Helen E. Freedman, B.A., 1963, Smith College; J.D., 1967, New York University School of Law; Supreme Court, New York County, Commercial and Mass Torts Divisions.
Course: Mass Torts.


Jacob I. Friedman, B.A., 1971, Brooklyn College; J.D., 1978, New York University. Partner, Proskauer Rose.
Course: Employee Benefits Law.


Richard I. Friedman, B.A., 1969, Rutgers University, M.S.W. University of Michigan; J.D. Rutgers University. Managing Attorney/Deputy Public Defender, New Jersey Office of the Public Defender
Course: Survey of Mental Disability Law.


David Freylikhman,’04, B.A. University of Massachusetts, J.D. New York Law School, Adjunct Professor, Seton Hall School of Law; Associate, Withers Bergman
Course: Drafting Commercial Finance; Drafting Commercial Documents


Charles Furtado, B.A., Clark University, 1982; M.A., 1984, M.Phil., 1992, J.D., 2002, Columbia University. Associate Counsel, New York Life Insurance Company.
Course: Insurance Law


Michelle Galietta, B.S., M.A. 1992, M.A. 1994, PhD. 1994, Fordham University. Director, Ph.D. Program in Forensic Psychology, Director of Clinical Training, Associate Professor, John Jay College.
Course: Mental Illness, Dangerousness, Police Power and Risk.


Paul Gardephe, B.A., 1979, M.A., 1979, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1982, Columbia University; Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Time Inc.
Courses: Trial Advocacy.


Theresa Garelli, B.A. 1980, Florida State University; J.D. 1985, Nova Southern University. Senior Vice President & Counsel, First American Title Insurance Company of New York Law School
Course: Real Estate: Law of Title Insurance


Charles Gelinas, B.A. 1998, Dartmouth College; J.D. 2001, Harvard Law School; Associate, Capital Markets Group, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP
Courses: Securities, Structure Finance & Capital Markets


Elizabeth Gertz, B.A., 1986, Hunter College of the City University of New York; J.D., 1989, Rutgers University School of Law at Newark; Court Attorney, Chambers of the Hon. March Friedman, Supreme Court of the State of New York.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


Joseph J. Giamboi, B.A. 1974, Cathedral College of the Immaculate Conception; M. Div, 1978, Immaculate Conception Seminary; J.D., 1986 Brooklyn Law School, Counsel, The Zucker Organization
Courses: Real Estate Development; Real Estate: Legal Planning & Practice.


Jamie Gilson ‘89, B.S. 1985, Adelphi University; J.D. 1989, New York Law School; In house expert for sexual assault cases throughout New Jersey, New Jersey Office of the Public Defender
Course: CustEval, Juvenile, Family, and Mental Disability Law


Christopher P. Giordano ’93, B.A., 1989, Drew University, J.D., 1993, New York Law School. Partner, Winston & Strawn LLP.
Course: Mergers & Acquisitions.


Hon. Judith J. Gische, B.A. 1977, SUNY Buffalo; J.D., 1980, SUNY Buffalo, Acting Justice, Supreme Court of the State of New York.
Course: Anatomy of a NYS Divorce Action.


Daniel Gitner , B.A. 1992, Cornell University; J.D., 1995, Columbia University. Partner, Lankler, Siffert and Wohl.
Course: Criminal Law & Procedure: Sentencing


David L. Glass, B.A., 1968, Amherst College; M.B.A., 1972, Stanford University; J.D., 1979, Fordham University; Counsel, Clifford Chance Rogers & Wells LLP.
Courses: Banking Law.


Paul Goetz, B.A. 1992, George Mason University; J.D., 1995, Temple University.
Assistant Corporate Counsel, New York City Law Department, Office of the Corporate Counsel.
Course: Drafting: Contracts.


Thomas H. Golden, B.A. 1988 College of the Holy Cross: J.D. 1991 New York University School of Law Partner, Litigation Department, Willkie Farr & Gallagher
Course: Privacy in the Digital Age; Trademark Law


Gail Goldfarb ’03, B.A. 1974, Queens College; J.D. 2003, New York Law School; Associate, Cozen O’Connor
Course: Estate Planning


Scott G. Goldfinger, B.A., 1986, Hamilton College; J.D., 1991, Boston University. Solo Practitioner with practice concentration in civil litigation, real estate and contracts.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


Jeffrey Golkin, B.S., 1978, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1981, Hofstra University School of Law. General Practitioner specializing in real estate, taxation of real estate transactions and property, commercial litigation, business, administrative, and municipal law.
Course: Tax Issues in Real Estate Practice


Keri K. Gould, B.S. 1978, Union College; J.D., 1982, American University. Assistant Dean for Externships and Assistant Professor for Clinical Education, St. John’s University , School of Law.
Course: co-teaches Survey of Mental Disability Law.


Adam Grace, A.B. 1988, Princeton University; J.D., 1991, University of Michigan. Senior Attorney, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Course: Negotiating, Counseling and Interviewing


Marshall Green, B.A., 1959, LL.B., 1965, Harvard University. Of Counsel, LeBoeuf, Lamb, Leiby, Greene & MacRae.
Course: Federal Income Taxation of Trusts & Estates


Leslie Greene, B.A., 1983, Boston University, J.D., 1991, Cardozo School of Law.
Course: IP Job Track: Music


Kathleen Grimm ’80, B.A., 1967, Manhattanville College; J.D., 1980, New York Law School; LL.M. (Tax), 1984, New York University; Deputy Chancellor for Administration and Finance, New York City Department of Education.
Course: Municipal Finance.


Charles Guria ’86, B.A. 1982 Dartmouth College; J.D. 1986, New York Law School; Chief of Civil Rights and Police Integrity, Rackets Division, Kings County District Attorney’s Office
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic


Jonathan Gupta, B.A. 1998, University of Alberta, Bachelor of Laws 2001, University of Toronto. Senior Associate, Sidley Austin LLP.
Courses: Derivatives Law- An Introduction to Basic Concepts


Stephen Hanson, B.A., 1990, George Mason University, J.D., 1996, American University. Partner, DLA Piper.
Course: Mergers and Acquisitions


 

Amy Sharon Hare, B.A. Duke University; J.D. New York University School of Law; Assistan District Attorney, New York County District Attorney’s Office; Trial Advocacy Society Adviser, New York University School of Law
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic


Emanuel Harper, B.A., 1954, City University of New York; J.D., 1957, Columbia University Law School; Real Estate consultant attorney.
Courses: Real Estate: Negotiating & Drafting; Shopping Center Leasing Law; Drafting Workshop: Commercial Development Contracts


Rosanne M. Harvey, B.A., 1979, Smith College; J.D., 1984, Brooklyn Law School.
Courses: Drafting: Contracts; Bankruptcy.


William Heinzen, B.A. 1988, Haverford College; J.D. 1994, University of Wisconsin Law School; Deputy Counselor to the Mayor, Office of the Mayor, City of New York
Course: New York City Seminar and Workshop


Robert Hellman, B.A., Cornell University; M.A., Columbia University; J.D., Fordham University
Course: Real Estate Capital Markets


Randy Henrick, B.A. 1975, Fordham College, J.D. 1978 Fordham University School of Law. Associate General Counsel, Dealertrack Inc.
Courses: Consumer Credit & Financing


John Henry, B.A., 1991, St. Olaf College; J.D./M.B.A., 1996, Hofstra University. Assistant Attorney General, New York State Attorney General’s Office.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy


Christopher Hill, B.A. 1992 University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 2000 Tulane Law School; Deputy Director of Legal Training, The New York County District Attorney’s Office
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic


Sarah Hardin Hines, B.A. 1969, Stanford University; M.A. , 1970, Stanford University; J.D. 1975, Cornell Law School. Assistant District Attorney and Senior Trial Counsel, Trial Division, New York County District Attorney
Course: Advocacy of Criminal Cases


Dale Ho, A.B. Princeton University; J.D. Yale Law School
Director, Voting Rights Project, American Civil Liberties Union; Adjunct Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School
Course: Racial Discrimination and American Law;


Martha Hochberger, B.A., 1977, Brooklyn College; J.D. 1980, Yeshiva University. Freelance Journalist. Author and contributing editor, Fair Housing Coach.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Ruth Hochberger, B.A., 1972, English, Barnard College; J.D., 1975, Boston College Law School. Editor–in-Residence, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism; Adjunct Professor teaching Media Ethics and Journalistic Inquiry at New York University College of Arts and Sciences, Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute; Huffington Post Blogger
Course: Legal Land Mines for Reporters, Editors, Photographer’s and Bloggers


David Paul Horowitz, B.A., 1982, Lehman College, CUNY; J.D., 1998, Fordham University. Dean of CLE for NYS Academy of Trial Lawyers
Course: New York Practice, Advanced Discovery.


Richard M. Horowitz, B.A., 1980, S.U.N.Y. Stony Brooks; J.D., 1983, Hofstra University; M.F.A., 2000, The New School.
Courses: Legal Reasoning Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Michael Huber, J.D. 1986, University of Berne (Switzerland) School of Law. Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Goldman Sachs.
Courses: Prime Brokerage and Securities Financing


Thomas Hughes ’85, B.S. 1974, St. John’s University; M.A. 1979, Fordham University; M.A. 1983, Columbia University; J.D. 1985, New York Law School; LL.M., 1993, New York University. Executive Vice President and General Counsel, and Secretary, Greater New York Insurance Group
Course: Drafting Contracts.


Alex Hunt, J.D. London School of Economics. Managing Director and Associate General Counsel, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Courses: Derivatives Products & the Law- Advanced Concepts


Terry J. Ilardi, B.S., 1974, SUNY at Stony Brook, J.D., 1978, SUNY at Buffalo. Copyright Counsel, IBM Corporation.
Course: Intellectual Property Licensing & Drafting.


Joanne Ingham, B.A. , 1974, SUNY Oswego; M.S., 1976 Long Island University; Ed.D., 1989, St. John’s University. Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research, New York Law School.
Course: Statistical Literacy for Lawyers.


William Jannace ’92, B.A., 1981, New York University; J.D., 1992, New York Law School; LL.M., 1996, Fordham Law School; Director of Rule and Interpretive Standards in the Member Firm Regulation Division of the New York Stock Exchange; Lecturer, training programs for several foreign stock exchanges; Lecturer, Corporate Governance and Securities Regulation for the Russian Securities Commission and Stock Exchange in Moscow.
Course: Securities Regulation: Broker-Dealer Regulation.


Gregg Jarrett, B.A. 1977, Claremont Men’s College; J.D., 1980, University of California, Hastings College of Law. Anchor, Fox News Channel
Course: Advocacy, Media, and the Big Case


Rhonnie Broder Jaus, B.A., 1978, State University at Albany; J.D., 1981, National Law Center, George Washington University; Kings County District Attorney’s Office, Bureau Chief, Sex Crimes/Special Victims Bureau.
Course: Child Victims & the Law.


Ronald Jensen, A.B., 1961, Yale University; LL.B., 1964, Harvard Law School; Professor of Law, Pace University School of Law. Research interests: resolving “form vs. substance” problems in federal taxation.
Course: Federal Income Tax: Corporate


Phil Jelsma, B.A., 1979, Univeristy of Southern California; J.D., 1986, Stanford Law School; Partner, Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps; specializing in tax law with an emphasis on small business and international tax planning.
Course: Tax Issues in Real Estate Practice


Emily F. Johnson, B.A., 1969, University of Pennsylvania, J.D., 1974, New York University School of Law. Private practice.
Course: Federal Wealth Transfer Tax, Advanced Applications


Peter Johnson ’96, B.A. 1966, M.A.T. 1968. Harvard University; J.D. 1996, New York Law School.
Course: Federal Regulation of Electronic Media.


Sarah Taft Jones, B.A., Harvard University, J.D., 1976, Columbia University.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Stephen D. Kahn, B.E. 1964, Yale University; LLB 1968, Yale University; Partner, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP; Adjunct Professor, Brooklyn Law School, 2009-2010, Intellectual Property Law, Advisory Board member, Trade Secrets Resource Center; Visiting Lecturer, Yale Law School, 1996; Member, Association of the Bar of the City of New York’s Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Internet Access to Court Records, and Past Chair, Committee on Computer Law; Member, American Intellectual Property Law Association.
Courses: Introduction to Intellectual Property; Trade Secrets Law and Policy


Abraham Kasdan ’85, J.D. New York Law School, Partner, Amster Rothstein & Ebenstein LLP
Course: IP Licensing and Drafting: Patent


Andrew Katz, B.A. 1983, Brandeis University; J.D. 1986, State University of New York at Buffalo; Supervising Attorney, Legal Aid Society, Criminal Defense Division
Course: Criminal Defense Clinic


Judith Kaufman, B.A., 1971, Hunter College, CUNY; M.A., 1972, Harvard University; J.D., 1978, Brooklyn Law School.
Course: Drafting General Principles.


Michael Kelly, B.A. 2000, Boston College; J.D. 2003, Boston College Law School; Senior Associate, Intellectual Property Practice Area, Kenyon & Kenyon LLP
Course: Intellectual Property Job Track Fashion Law


Andreas Otto Kellerhals; LL.M. 1991, Tulane University School of Law ; SJD 1992, Tulane University School of Law; Director of Europa Institute at the University of Zurich; Director of the LL.M. Program – International Business Law at the University of Zurich; Faculty of Law, University of Zurich
Course: Introduction to World Trade Organizations


David N. Kelley ’86, B.A., 1981, College of William and Mary, J.D., 1986, New York Law School; U.S. Attorney, S.D.N.Y., Chief, Organized Crime and Terrorism Unit.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Sara Kelsey, B.A. 1973, University of California, Berkeley; J.D. 1976, New York University School of Law; Counsel, Regulatory and Government Affairs Department and member of the Financial Institutions Practice Group, WilmerHale
Course: Bank Holding Company Act


Chris Kendall, B.A., 1994, Miami University; J.D. 2001, University of California, Berkeley. Program Director, Justice Action Center; Center for Professional Values and Practice, New York Law School
Course: Justice Action Center Seminar.


John R. Kenny, S.B., 1986, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, S.M., 1988, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, J.D., 1991, Harvard University. Partner, Kenyon & Kenyon LLP.
Course: Intellectual Property Licensing & Drafting.


Sarah Kerr, B.A. 1982, University of Pennsylvania; J.D. 1987, University of Pittsburgh. Attorney, Prisoner’s Rights Project, Legal Aid Society.
Course: Mental Health Issues in Jails and Prisons.


Steven L. Kessler, A.B., 1978, J.D., 1982, Cornell University; Private practice: Law Offices of Steven L. Kessler.
Course: New York Practice.


Hon. Diane Kiesel, B.A., 1975, Rutgers University; M.A., 1978, The American University; J.D., 1985, Catholic University; Judge, New York City Criminal Court.
Course: Domestic Violence and the Law.


Richard T. Kim, B.A. 2004, University of Washington; J.D., 2007, Columbia University School of Law. Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Course: OTC Clearing House


Michael Kliegman, B.S., 1975, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1978, Boston University; LLM in Tax., 1983, Georgetown University.
Course: Advanced Corporate Reorganizations.


Carolyn A. Klos, ’07, B.A. 2001, Florida State University; J.D. 2007, New York Law School; Associate Attorney, Jaffe & Asher LLP
Course: Drafting Contracts


Jay Kogan, B.A., 1983, University of Connecticut, M.S., 1987, Boston University, J.D., 1986, Boston University. Deputy General Counsel, DC Comics, a division of Warner Bros.; E.C. Publications, Inc.
Course: Intellectual Property Licensing & Drafting.


Paula Konikoff, B.S., 1969, Temple University, J.D., 1979, Villanova University School of Law; Independent consultant to real estate industry; specializing in litigation support, expert testimony and arbitration in real estate matters.
Course: Real Estate Valuation and Appraisal


Joel Kosman, B.A., 1983, Swathmore College, J.D., 1987, New York University. Senior Investigative Counsel, Assistant District Attorney, New York County District Attorney’s Office.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Writing & Oral Advocacy.


Anna Kozoulina ’00, Ph.D., 1985 St. Petersburg State University; J.D., 2000, New York Law School; LL.M., 2001, New York University. Tax Manager, Deloitte Mergers & Acquisitions Services.
Course: Tax Procedure & Tax Practice.


David Kuney, B.A. 1967, University of Virginia; J.D. 1973, University of Virginia School of Law; Partner, Sidley Austin LLP; Practice Areas Corporate Reorganization & Bankruptcy, Litigation and Appellate Litigation
Course: Real Estate Workouts, Closures, and Bankruptcy


Stephen Kupperman, B.A. 1974, Duke University; J.D. 1977, Tulane Law School; Founder and Member, Barrasso Usdin Kupperman Freeman & Sarver, L.L.C.
Course: International Corporations and Financial Service Law


Kathryn LaFortune, B.S.M.E. & M.S., 1980, Duke University; J.D., 1983 and Ph.D., 1997, University of Tulsa. Chief of Forensic Services and Psychological Services, Oklahoma Indigent Defense System. Adjunct Professor, University of Tulsa College of Law, University of Tulsa Department of Psychology, and the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine-College of Health Sciences. Member,Tulsa County Women and Incarceration Task Force, Advisory Member of the Oklahoma Committee on Sex Offender Management.
Courses: Family, Juvenile and Mental Health Law.


Sherry Laird, B.A., 1981, Columbia University; J.D., 1986, Fordham University.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Richard Landman ’88, B.A. 1973, Ed.M. 1974, M.S. 1975, State University of New York at Buffalo; M.C.R.P. 1977, Rutgers University; J.D. 1988, New York Law School
Course: New York City Land Use


Craig A. Landy, B.A., 1973, Manhattan College; J.D., 1976, Fordham University; Member, Landy & Seymour.
Course: Judicial Externship Course.


Sheldon L. Leader, B.A., Yale University; B.A. Oxford University; Ph.D., Oxford University; Professor of Law, University of Essex.
Course: Corporations.


Lynn Halpern Lederman, B.A., 1990, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1993, Duke University. Associate Fiduciary Counsel, Legacy Planning Department, Bessemer Trust.

Course: Federal Wealth Transfer Tax.


David Ledy ’74, B.A., 1970, Lehigh University; J.D., 1974, New York Law School; Chief Operation Officer, U.S. Realty Advisors specializing in sale-leaseback portfolio acquisitions and structuring corporate advisory services, structured real estate financings and workouts.
Course: Drafting Workshop: Sale-Leaseback Transactions


Michelle Lee, B.A, 1993, Cornell University; J.D., Yeshiva University; LL.M., 2003, New York University. Associate, Lee & Amtzis.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research & Written & Oral Advocacy.


Steven Jeffrey Lee, A.B. 1969, Cornell University; Ph.D. 1973, University of Rochester; J.D. 1984, Fordham University; Co-chair of Kenyon & Kenyon LLP’s Chemical/Life Sciences practice group
Course: Patent Litigation


Richard Leland, B.S., 1971, Cornell University; J.D., 1974, Hofstra University. Partner, Fried Frank.
Course: Land Use Regulation


Dean Leslie, B.A., 1989, City College of the City University of New York; M.P.I.A., 1992, University of California, San Diego; J.D., 1999, George Washington University. Senior Court Attorney, New York State Supreme Court.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Martin P. Levin ’83, B.S., 1946, Temple University; J.D., 1983, New York Law School; Counsel, Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, P.C.
Course: Publishing Law.


Ian L. Levine, B.A. 1989, Union College; J.D. 1992, Emory University School of Law, LL.M. 1994, New York University School of Law; Partner, Willkie Farr & Gallagher
Course: Benefits Law


John Lewis, B.A. 1989, Rollins College; J.D. 1997, Brooklyn Law School; MBA 2011, Graduate School of Business Columbia University; Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs & General Counsel, United Nations Federal Credit Union
Courses: In-House and Corporate Counseling


Mark M. Lewis ’95, B.A. 1991, New York University; J.D. 1995, New York Law School. L.L.M. , 1996, Georgetown University, Vice President Global Tax, Sony Corporation.


Paul Lieberman, ’79, J.D., New York Law School; Trial Supervisor, Brooklyn Defender Services; Adjunct Professor, St. John’s University School of Law; Teacher and Lecturer, NYC Corporation for Trial Advocacy Training Program, Fordham University School of Law
Course: Trial Advocacy


Margaret Sipser Liebowitz, B.A., 1973, Cornell University, New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations; J.D., 1977, New York University. Labor Arbitrator and Mediator; Visiting Professor, Cornell University NYSSILR; Administrative Law Judge, New York State Division of Human Rights
Courses: Collective Bargaining & Labor Dispute Resolution; Labor Relations Law; Labor Relations in the Public Sector.


Garry Lischin ’79, B.A. , American University; J.D. 1979, New York Law School; Managing Director and General Counsel for Pershing, a BNY Mellon company; member of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association.
Course: Correspondent Clearing Issues


Amy Littman, B.A., 1978, State University of New York, Albany; J.D., 1986, Pace University School of Law; Partner, Littman & Miller.
Course: Drafting: General Principles.


Bevery Loew ’94, B.A. 1986, Wheaton College, J.D. 1994 New York Law School. Assistant General Counsel, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Courses: Bank Secrecy Act & Anti-Money Laundering Regulations in the New Millennium


Steven Lofchie, B.A. 1979, Sarah Lawrence College; M.B.A. 1984 Columbia Business School; J.D. 1989, Yale Law School; Partner with, and Head of the Financial Services practice area at, Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft
Course: Derivatives Documentation: Mastering the Master Agreement


Tim Lorah ’96, B.A. 1982, Penn State University, M.A. 1984, Florida State University, J.D. 1996 New York Law School. Executive Director and Global Head, Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Group, Morgan Stanley.
Courses: Bank Secrecy Act & Anti-Money Laundering Regulations in the New Millennium


Thelma Loshkajian, B.A., J.D., 1993, University Paris II Assas School of Law; D.E.A. ,1994, University Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne School of Law; LL.M. 2003, New York University School of Law. Associate Director – Legal Department/Global Markets Documentation; Scotia Bank
Courses: Energy Law and Regulation


 

Stephen Louis, A.B. 1980 Columbia University; J.D., 1980 Columbia Law School; Chief, Division of Legal Counsel, New York City Law Department
Course: State and Local Government


Andrew H. Lupu, B.A. Dickinson College, J.D. New York Law School, The Law Offices of Andrew H. Lupu, Professor, Hofstra Law School, Antitrust Law.
Courses: Privacy in the Digital Age


Joseph Maltese ’73, B.A., John Jay College of the City University of New York; J.D., 1973, New York Law School; M.A., 1991, New York University; M.S. 2003, Touro College; 1998, M.J.S. and doctoral candidate, University of Nevada at Reno. Justice, New York Supreme Court.
Course: Mass Torts.


Alexander Malyshev ’09, B.A., 2006, Montclair State University; J.D., 2009, New York Law School. Associate, Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP
Course: Media Law & Policy Seminar


Peter Marchetti, B.S. 1995 Northeastern University, J.D. 1999 Suffolk University Law School magna cum laude. Director and Counselm, WestLB AG, New York Branch.
Courses: Insolvency Issues Affecting Financial Institutions- Advanced Topics in Bankruptcy & Insolvency


Elizabeth Maresca, B.S., 1988, Fordham University. J .D., 1991, LL.M. 1997, New York University. Clinical Associate Professor of Law.
Course: Lawyering


Daniel J. Margolis ’04, B.A. 2001, Temple University; J.D. 2004, New York Law School. Attorney Advisor, Office of Communications Business Opportunities, Federal Communications Commission.
Course: Media Law & Policy Seminar


Robert Marino, II ’94, B.A., 1991, Ursinus College; J.D., 1994, New York Law School.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.


Jerry W. Markham, B.S. 1969 Western Kentucky University; J.D. 1972 University of Kentucky College of Law LL.M. 1974 Georgetown University Assistant Professor of Law, Florida International UniversityCourse: International Financial Services Law


Paul Marrow ’69, B.A. 1966, Case Western Reserve University; J.D. 1969, New York Law School, Solo Practitioner specializing in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Arbitration
Courses: Domestic Arbitration


Daniel L. Master, A.B., 1975, Rutgers University; M.A., 1977, University of California (Berkeley); J.D., 1980, Georgetown University; LL.M., 1990, Columbia University; M. Phil., University of Cambridge (Magdalene College); Chief Assistant District Attorney of Staten Island; Adjunct Professor, Fordham Law School; Adjunct Professor, College of Staten Island.
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, & Interviewing.


Deborah Masucci ’80, B.A. 1973, Manhattanville College; J.D., 1980, New Law School. Director of Dispute Resolution, AIG, Litigation Management Department of Domestic Brokerage Group.
Course: Mediation Clinic.


David Mayer, B.A. 1996, Northwestern University; J.D. 2000, Cornell Law School; Senior Director & Counsel , ESPN, Inc.
Course: Intellectual Property Job Track Sports Law


Robyn McAllister, B.A., 1985, State University of New York at Albany; J.D., 1988, Yeshiva University. Arbitrator, New York State Insurance Department.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Michael T. McCarthy, B.A., cum laude, 1983, Queens College; J.D., 1987, University of Notre Dame; M.L.S., 1992, Queens College.
Course: Legal Research: Practical Skills.


Kevin P. McGrath, B.A. 1976 Columbia College; J.D. 1980 Harvard Law School
Senior Trial Counsel, Securities and Exchange Commission
Course: Criminal Prosecution Involving Financial Firm


Terry McKay, B.S. 1981, St. Peter’s College; J.D. 1985, Seton Hall Law School; LL.M. 1994, New York University School of Law; Managing Director, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
Course: Taxation of Property Taxes


John Meringolo ’99, B.S. 1996, M.S. 1998, Long Island University; J.D. 1999, New York Law School; Proprietor of Meringolo & Associates, P.C.
Courses: Trial Advocacy Seminar


Philip J. Michaels ’76, B.A., 1972, University of Notre Dame; J.D., 1976, New York Law School; LL.M., 1981, New York University Law School; Partner, Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P.
Course: Estate Administration.


Oscar Michelen ’85, B.S., 1982, SUNY Buffalo, J.D., 1985, New York Law School. Managing Partner, Sandback, Birnbaum & Michelen
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Johanna E. Miller, ’08, B.S. University of Florida; 2008, J.D. New York Law School; Assistant Advocacy Director & Public Policy Counsel, New York Civil Liberties UnionCourse: Law, Public, Policy and Social Change; Legislative Advocacy Clinic


Zuhayr A. Moghrabi ’67, B.Sc., 1953, University of Tulsa (Petroleum Engineering); M.A., 1956, Columbia University (Industrial Chemistry & Chemical Engineering); J.D., 1967, New York Law School (Law Review); Partner, Moghrabi and Larkin.
Courses: Energy Law, Islamic Law & Middle East Legal Institutions.


Hon. William Mogulescu, A.B., 1964, Clark University; LL.B., 1967, New York University; Acting Justice, New York State Supreme Court, Bronx County.
Courses: Trial Advocacy.


David Moldenhauer, A.B., 1981, Princeton University; J.D., 1986, New York University.
Course: International Taxation of Businesses and Entities


Avraham C. Moskowitz, B.A., 1977, Yeshiva University; J.D., 1980, Columbia University; Partner, Moskowitz & Book, LLP.
Courses: Trial Advocacy.


John Mulligan, B.B.A., 1984, Pace University; M.B.A./J.D., 1988, Pace University. Tax Counsel, New York City Department of Finance.
Course: New York Practice.


Brian Murphy, B.A., 1989, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1992, New York University
Partner: Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein & Selz, PC
Course: Entertainment Law.


Catherine Napolitano, B.S. 1984, St. John’s University, M.B.A. 1991, St. John’s University, J.D. 2000, Brooklyn Law School. Counsel and Associate Director, CME Group.
Courses: Hedge Funds- Their Regulation & Structure


Ancela R. Nastasi, B.S., 1985, Vanderbilt University; J.D., 1989, University of Pennsylvania School of Law. Partner, Restructuring and Bankruptcy Group, Richard Kibbe & Orbe LLP
Course: Bankruptcy: Chapter 11


Elizabeth Nevins-Saunders, B.A. , Amherst College; J.D. Harvard Law School; Acting Assistant Professor, New York University School of Law
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Bran Noonan ’05, B.A. 2001, University of Arizona; J.D. 2005, New York Law School
Courses: Legal Reasoning and Writing: Written and Oral Advocacy


Paul Ofer, J.D. 2007, Fordham University School of Law; Advocacy Director, New York Civil Liberties Union
Courses: Law, Public Policy & Society Change


Bethany Ow, ’09, B.A. 2000, Lawrence University; J.D. New York Law School
Course: Safe Passage Project Based Learning


Dennis Parker, B.A. 1977, Middlebury College; J.D. 1980, Harvard Law School; Director, American Civil Liberties Union, Racial Justice Program
Courses: Civil Rights Law; Race, Poverty, and Constitutional Law


Lisa Padilla, B.A. 1983, Boston University; J.D., 1988, Suffolk University; LL.M., 1993, Boston University. Director, Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffingur & Vecchione.
Course: Business Law Issues in Closely Held Enterprises.


Steven E. Pegalis ’65, B.A., 1962, Queens College of the City of New York; LL.B., 1965, J.D., 1979, New York Law School; Senior Partner in his own law firm.
Course: Medical Malpractice


 

Guy Pessach, Associate Professor, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Affiliate Fellow, Information Society Project, Yale Law School
Course: Transactional & Comparative Aspects


F. Peter Phillips ’87, B.A., 1971, Dartmouth College; J.D. 1987, New York Law School; Arbitrator, Mediator, and ADR Consultant, Business Conflict Management LLC
Course: International Commercial Dispute Resolution


Russell Pinilis, B.A., 1991, Franklin & Marshall College; J.D., 1996, New York University; LL.M., 2000, New York University. Partner, O’Molveny & Meyers, LLP.
Course: Private Equity Funds.


Eliot Pisem, B.A. 1975, J.D. 1978, Columbia University. Partner, Roberts & Holland, LLP.
Course: Tax Planning for Real Estate Transactions.


Jeffrey Plotkin ’86, B.A. 1981, University of Arizona; J.D. 1986, New York Law School; Partner, Day Pitney LLP; Practice Areas include Securities Enforcement Defense, Financial Services Regulation, Shareholder and Securities Litigation, Public Companies, and Private Equities and Investment Funds
Course: Criminal Prosecution in Financial Services Industry


Steven Plotnick, B.B.A. 1986, University of Miami; J.D., 1989, Fordham University; LL.M., 1994, New York University.
Course: Federal Income Tax: Partnerships.


Aaron Polak, B.A., 1987, J.D. 1993, Boston University; Founder, Aaron J. Polak, Esq. P.C.  Practice Areas:  Corporate and transactional law, representing entrepreneurs, businesses and investors in private equity, M&A and general commercial matters primarily in the life sciences, software and entertainment industries.
Course: Drafting: Contracts; Drafting Corporate Documents


George Pompetzki ’06, B.A., 1975; M.S. 1986, Seton Hall University. J.D./M.B.A. 1983, Rutgers University; L.L.M., 2006, New York Law School. Vice President for Taxes, Dover Corporation.
Course: Advanced Corporate Reorganizations.


Thomas Prol, ’01, B.A., 1991, M.P.H., 1997, Emory University; J.D., 2001, New York Law School.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written and Oral Advocacy.,


Judith B. Prowda, A.B., Sarah Lawrence College, M.A., The John Hopkins University, M.A., Middlebury College, J.D., 1985, Fordham University School of Law, LL.M., 1994, New York University. Course: Intellectual Property Licensing & Drafting.


Brian Pyne ‘09, B.A., 2005 University of Connecticut, J.D. 2009 New York Law School, Technology Editor, Media Law & Policy, Director, Legal Affairs & Enforcement, Entertainment Software Rating Board
Course: Videogame Law


Sherry Ramsey ’98, B.A., 1979, Mary Baldwin College; J.D., 1998, New York Law School.
Staff Attorney, Animal Protection Litigation, Humane Society of the United States.
Course: Animal Law


Daivd Raskin ’94, B.A., 1986, Ithaca College; J.D., 1994, New York Law School. Assistant United States Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York.
Course: Trial Advocacy


John J. Reddy, Jr. ’79, B.S., Fordham College, J.D., New York Law School. Partner, Bekerman & Reddy, LLP.
Course: Estate Administration.


Patrick D. Reilly, B.S., 1967, Fairfield University; M.A., 1969, New York University; Ph.D., 1976, New York University; J.D., 1986, Seton Hall University; Deputy Director, Division of Mental Health Advocacy


Tracy Reimann, B.A., 1984, Long Island University College of Arts & Science; J.D., 1987, Brooklyn Law School; Partner, Karlen, Stolzar, & Reimann, LLP specializing in drafting, structuring, executing and funding estate planning vehicles
Coures: Federal Income Tax: Trusts & Estates


Norman L. Reimer, B.A., 1974, J.D., 1977, New York University. Partner, Gould, Reimer & Gottfried; Vice President, New York County Lawyers’ Association.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


William Renahan, B.A. 1991, Hobart College; J.D. 1994, Albany Law School of Union University; LL.M. 1995, New York University School of Law; Associate General Counsel and Director, Legg Manson, Inc./Salomon Brothers Asset Management
Course: Advanced Investment Company Act Issues


Michael Resko, B.A., CUNY, City College; J.D., 1991, New York University.
Courses: Drafting: Real Estate Documents.


Elizabeth Ribet, B.A., 1994, University of Florida; M.A., 1997, University of California -Irvine; Ph.D., 2005, University of California-Irvine; J.D., 2009, University of California- Los Angeles, School of Law; Research Associate, Burton Blatt Institute, Syracuse University
Course: Trauma and Mental Disability


Labe M. Richman, B.A., 1979, University of Virginia, J.D., 1982, Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Jeffrey Robins, J.D. 2001, Harvard Law School; Partner, Financial Services, Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft
Course: OTC Swaps Clearing


Hon. Rosalyn H. Richter, B.A., 1976, Barnard College, J.D., 1979, Brooklyn Law School; Acting Supreme Court Justice, New York County.
Course: Domestic Violence & the Law.


Andrea Risoli ’00, B.A. 1994, Iona College; J.D., 2000, New York Law School. Sole Practitioner.
Course: Americans With Disability Act: Law, Policy and Practice.


Lisa Rivera, B.A., 1999, Bucknell University; J.D., 2002, George Washington University Law School; Associate Director, Matrimonial and Family Law Unit, New York Legal Assistance Group.
Course: Domestic Violence Seminar & Workshop


Allie Robbins, B.A., 2004, George Washington University; J.D., 2009, City University of New York School of Law. Adjunct Professor, CUNY School of Law
Course: Principles of Legal Analysis


Luis Rodriguez Jr. ’99, B.S. Long Island University; M.B.A., 1995, Baruch College, City University of New York; J.D., 1999, New York Law School ; LL.M., 2010, New York Law School. General Practitioner representing small businesses and non-profits; structured finance: OTC Derivatives
|Course: Taxation of Financial Products; Problems of Timing


Raymond Rodriguez, B.A., 1995, St. John’s University; J.D., 1998, Widener University. Sole Practitioner.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Michael H. Roffer ’83, B.A., 1980, Brandeis University; J.D., 1983, New York Law School; M.L.I.S., 2003, School of Communication, Information, and Library Studies, Rutgers University.
Government Resources and Reference Librarian, New York Law School, Mendik Law Library
Course: co-teaches Legal Research: Practical Skills.


Daniel A. Rosen, B.A. 1991, Hofstra University; J.D. 1996, Hofstra University School of Law; Special Trial Attorney, Internal Revenue Service Office of Chief Counsel
Course: Tax Litigation Seminar


Zvi Rosen, B.A. 2002, Yeshiva University; J.D. 2005, Northwestern University School of Law; LL.M. 2006, The George Washington University Law School; Solo practitioner specializing in Bankruptcy, Litigation, and Intellectual Property Law|
Course: Copyright Law


Hon. Ernst H. Rosenberger ’58, B.A., 1955, City College of New York; J.D., 1958, New York Law School; LL.M., 1996, University of Virginia; Associate Justice, Appellate Division, First Department, Supreme Court of the State of New York.
Courses: Criminal Justice Seminar & Workshop.


Barry Rosenfeld, B.A., 1983, Boston University; M.A, 1991, Ph.D., 1992, University of Virginia. Professor of Psychology, Fordham University.
Course: Mental Illness, Danger, Police Power and Risk


Randi Rosenstein, B.A., 1999, Binghamton University; J.D., 2004, Emory University School of Law; Director of Legal Services, AHRC New York City.
Course: The Guardianship Project I & II


Robert Rosh, B.A., 1982 Clark University; M.A., 1985, Ph.D., 1986, SUNY Binghamton; J.D., 1991, Columbia University. Counsel, New York Life Insurance Company
Course: Insurance Law.


James E. Rosini, B.A., 1975, University of Notre Dame, J.D., 1978, University of Miami School of Law.
Course: Intellectual Property Licensing & Drafting.


Andrew Rothman, B.A., 1976, Yale University; M.F.A., 1982, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1990, Rutgers University. Assistant Dean for Academic Administration, Rutgers University School of Law
Course: New Jersey Practice I & II.


Gideon Rothschild, B.B.A, 1973, Bernard M. Baruch College, J.D., 1980, New York Law School. Partner, Moses & Singer LLP.
Course: Advanced Wealth Transfer Planning Seminar.


Mitchell Rubinstein, B.S., 1982, Cornell University School of Industrial & Labor Relations; J.D., 1986, Hofstra University. Senior Counsel, New York State United Teachers.
Course: Labor Relations Law; Employment Law.


Rebecca S. Rubloff, B.A., M.A. 1994 Mount Holyoke College; J.D. 1997 Brooklyn Law School
Director of Training, The Administration for Children’s Services, Family Court Legal ServicesCourse: Child Welfare Clinic


Mario Russell, B.A. 1987, Haverford College; J.D. 1993, University of Maryland School of Law; Senior Attorney & Policy Advisor, Catholic Charities Community Services ; Adjunct Professor, Immigration and Nationality Law, St. John’s University School of Law
Courses: Immigration and Refugee Rights Clinic


Alisa Ruvinsky, B.Comm. 1996, McGill University; LL.B., M.B.A. 2000, York University Osgoode Hall Law School and Schulich School of Business; Vice President, Assistant General Counsel, JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A.
Course: Derivative Documents: Mastering the Master Agreement


Michael Ryan, B.A. 1975, University of Notre Dame; M.A., 1976, City University of New York; J.D. 1979 Fordham University.
Course: New York Wills Practice.


David G. Samuels, A.B., 1974, J.D., 1978, Harvard University; L.L.M., 1985, New York University. Partner, Duval & Stachenfeld LLP. Course: Charitable Organizations.


Rosalie M. Sanderson, B.S., 1971, University of Central Arkansas; M.A., University of Arkansas; M.L.S., 1975, University of California, Berkeley; J.D., 1986, University of Florida College of Law.
Course: Legal Research: Practical Skills.


Harry Sandick, B.A., 1992, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1995, Harvard University. Special Counsel, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP
Criminal Law & Procedure: Sentencing


Anne-Marie Santangelo, B.A., 1969, Brooklyn College; J.D., 1976, St. John’s University; Assistant Commissioner for Legal Affairs, NYC Department of Sanitation.
Course: Drafting: Legislation; Legal Reasoning Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Lawrence Sapadin, B.A., State University of New York; J.D., Northeastern University School of Law; Vice President of Business Affairs, Koch Entertainment LP
Course: IP License & Drafting: Entertainment


Lisa Schatz-Vance ’97, B.B.A, 1992, The New School for Social Research; J.D., 1997, New York Law School. Executive Director, Senior Citizens Law Office, New Mexico.
Course: Mental Health Issues: Jails and Prisons


Hon. Stella Schindler, B.A., 1961, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York; J.D., 1976, Hofstra University; Retired Family Court Judge; Judicial Hearing Officer-Criminal and Supreme Courts.
Courses: Family Court Seminar & Workshop.


Karen Schlossberg, B.A., 1992, Tufts University. J.D., 1997, Columbia University Assistant District Attorney, New York County.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy


Lawrence P. Schnapf ’84, B.A., 1976, Rutgers University; J.D., 1984, New York Law School; Principal, Schnapf & Associates.
Courses: Environmental Law; Environmental Problems in Business Transactions.


Stanley Schneider, B.A., 1969, Brooklyn College of CUNY; J.D., 1972 New York University. Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary.
Course: Entertainment Law.


Paul Schneiderman, B.A., 1985, The American University, School of Government and Public Administration, J.D., 1988, State University of New York at Buffalo. Associate Area Counsel, Internal Revenue Service.
Course: Problems of Timing.


Lewis Schnurr, B.Sc., E.E., 1961; M. Phil., 1968; D.Sc., 1986. Endowed Professor, Chair of Telecommunications Systems, Anglia University, Chelmsford, UK.
Professional Interests: Telecommunications policy and regulation.
Courses: European Telecommunications & Broadcasting Law.


Eileen Caulfield Schwab, B.A., 1965, Hunter College; J.D., 1971,Columbia University; Partner, Brown & Wood; ACTEC Fellow.
Course: Estate Planning.


Kathleen Scott, B.A. 1979, Villanova University; J.D. 1982, American University, Washington College of Law; Counsel, financial services group, Arnold & Porter LLP; Practice Areas include Financial Services, Financial Institutions, and Information Securities
Course: Bank Holding Company Act


Andrew E. Seewald, B.A., 1991 Union College; J.D., 1995, Boston University.
Assistant District Attorney, New York County District Attorney’s Office.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Philip C. Segal ’73, B.A., 1969, University of Miami; J.D., 1973, New York Law School.
Courses: Family Court; Juvenile Delinquency.


David Shapiro, B.A. 1965, Harvard University; M.A., 1968, Ph.D, 1972, University of Michigan. Associate Professor of Psychology, Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University.
Course: Forensic Reports, Experts & Forensic Ethics.


Neil H. Sherman, B.A. John Hopkins University; J.D. Emory University, Managing Director, Credit Suisse Course: Prime Brokerage


Sonja Shield, B.A. 1997, Swarthmore College; M.S.W. 2004, New York University Ehrenkranz School of Social Work; J.D. 2005, New York University School of Law; Staff Attorney, HIV Unit , South Brooklyn Legal Services
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Ilene Shifrin, B.A. 1979, Fordham University; J.D., 1984, Cardozo Law School. Senior Hearing Examiner, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Course: Consolidated Legal Analysis.


David A. Shimkin, B.A. 1993, Columbia University; J.D. 1997, Cornell Law School; member of the general litigation department at Cozen O’Connor
Course: Negotiating, Counseling, and Interviewing


Rebecca Shore, B.A. 1996, New York University; J.D. 1999, George Washingtion University. American Civil Liberties Union, Staff Attorney, Gay Lesbian, Bisexual Transgender and Aids Project.
Course: Drafting: General Principles


Adam Silberlight, B.A. 1998, College of Staten Island; J.D. 2001, Albany Law School of Union University
Courses: Criminal Prosecution Clinic Fieldwork; Criminal Prosecution Clinic Seminar


Mark Silberman, B.A. 1981, Univesity of California; J.D., 1990, Hofstra University. General Counsel, New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Course: Preservation Law


Ronald Sinakin, B.A., 1971, Fordham University;, J.D., 1974, LL.M., 1975, New York University.
Vice President, Taxes, Honeywell International Inc.
Courses: Taxation of Property Taxation; Advanced Corporate Reorganizations


Ventura A.E. Simmons II ’94, B.A., 1990, City College of the City University of New York; J.D., 1994, New York Law School; Senior Attorney/HUD Closing School Instructor, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Course: Affordable Housing and Community Development


Peter Sistrom, A.B., 1977, Harvard University; J.D., 1985, Northeastern University.
Counsel to the Board of Directors, New York State Capital Defender Office.
Courses: Legal Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Cary Sklaren, B.A., 1964, New York University; J.D., 1967, Fordham University. Herzfeld & Rubin, PC.
Course: New York Practice, Products Liability.


Claudia Slovinsky, B.A., 1972, Rutgers University; J.D., 1975, Rutgers University. Sole Practioneer. Course: Refugee & Asylum Law.


Heather Smith, B.A. 1995, University of Virginia; J.D. 2002, University of Colorado School of Law; Supervising Attorney, Criminal Defense Practice
Course: Criminal Defense Clinic


Richard J. Sobelsohn, B.A., 1982, Colgate University (cum laude); J.D., 1998, Brooklyn Law School. Director, LexisNexis – Lexis Practice Advisor. Course: The Law of Sustainable Development.


David Soskin ’08, B.A. 2000, University of Maryland; J.D. 2008, New York Law School; Assistant Counsel, ESPN Legal Department, ESPN Inc.
Course: Intellectual Property Job Track Sports Law


Christina Olson Spiesel, B.A., 1962, Shimer College; M.A., 1965, University of Chicago; Visual artist and writer, teaches in interdisciplinary contexts.
Course: Visual Persuasion and the Law.


Lawton W. Squires ’83, B.A., 1980, State University of New York at Oneonta; J.D., 1983, New York Law School; Member of law firm Herzfeld & Rubin, P.C.
Course: Trial Advocacy.


Alexandra Standish ’01, B.A., 1998, Barnard College; J.D., 2001, New York Law School. Court Attorney, New York Civil Court Housing Part.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Laura Stasior, B.A. 1990, Northwestern University; J.D. 1997, Harvard Law School; Supervising Attorney, Criminal Defense Practice, The Legal Aid Society
Course: Criminal Defense Clinic


Alex Stein, Ph.D., 1990, University of London; LL.B., 1983, LL.M., 1987, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Course: Evidence


Monica Storch, B.S., 1993, University of California at Berkeley; J.D., 1997, Univeristy of California at Los Angeles.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Kim Susser, B.A., 1986, Clark University; J.D., 1989, George Washington University; Director, Matrimonial & Family Law Unit, New York Legal Assistance Group
Course: Domestic Violence Field Placement, Seminar & Workshop


Julian Swearengin, B.A. 1993, University of Michigan; J.D. 1996, Wayne State University Law School; M.B.A. 2003, Harvard Business School; Principal and Associate General Counsel, Bessemer Trust Company, N.A.
Course: Securities Litigation from the Defense’s Perspective


Eva Szeli, B.S., 1988, Georgetown University, M.S., 1992, University of Miami; J.D., 1999, Miami School of Law; Senior Lecturer, Arizona State University
Course: International Human Rights and Mental Disability Law.


K.A. Taipale, B.A., J.D. New York University; M.A., EdM., LLM., Columbia University. Executive Director, Center for Advanced Studies in Science & Technology Policy.
Course: Cybercrime and Cyberterrorism.


Eva Talel, B.A. 1970 City College of the City University of New York; J.D. 1973 New York University School of Law Partner, Stroock’s Real Estate Group
Course: Coop and Condiminium Law


Karen Talley ’95, B.A., 1990, Antioch College, J.D. 1995, New York Law School. Supervising Attorney, Private Counsel Unit, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Mental Health Litigation Division
Course: Survey of Mental Disability Law


Lauren Teigland-Hunt, B.A. 1986, Georgetown University, J.D. 1996, Standford Law School. Managing Partner, Teigland-Hunt LLP.
Courses: Derivatives Documents: Mastering the Master Agreement


Barry Temkin, B.A., 1979, University of Rochester; J.D., 1982, University of Pennsylvania. Senior Trial Attorney, Fieldman, Garfinkel & Lesman.
Courses: Legal Malpractice; The Legal Profession.


Sandra Thorn, A.B., 1970, Wells College; M.A., 1971 Columbia University; J.D., 1976, Rutgers University. Vice President & General Counsel, Verizon New York, Inc.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy.


Gary Tidwell, B.S.B.A., 1974, University of Arkansas; J.D., 1977, University of Arkansas School of Law; LL.M., 1984, New York University; Senior Advisor, Education Training and Regulatory Capacity Building, International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO); Adjunct Faculty Member, IE Business School (Madrid, Spain); Visiting Professor of Business Law, University of Michigan (2014). Course: Alternate Dispute Resolution.


Steven Tillem, B.S.B.A., 1986, Washington University; J.D., Fordham University. Sr. Attorney, Office of the Chief Counselor, I.R.S.
Course: Taxation of Financial Products.


L. Stanton Towne, B.S.E., 1973, Columbia; J.D., 1976, Columbia,. Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP.
Course: Co-teach Real Estate: Commercial Lease Law


Noreen Travers, B.A. 1992, Tulane University; J.D., 1998, St. John’s University School of Law. Of Counsel, Tendy Law Office; Practice Areas: State and Federal complex criminal matters.
Course: Advocacy of Criminal Cases


Andrew Turro, B.A., 1976, SUNY Buffalo; M.A., 1977, University of Chicago; J.D., 1981, Union University. Attorney, Meyer, Souzzi, English & Klein, PC.
Course: Memo & Brief Writing


Francis J. Valentino, B.A., 1961, LL.B., 1964, St. Johns University; General Counsel, Department of Sanitation, City of New York.
Course: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy; Memo & Brief Writing


Jacqueline Valouch ’95, B.A. 1992 SUNY at Albany; J.D., 1995, New York Law School
Course: Charitable Organizations


Jeanne-Marie Van Hemmen, B.S., United States Merchant Marine Academy; J.D. 1990, Tulane University, Parnter, Betancourst, Van Hemmen, Greco & Kenyon.
Course: Admiralty Law


Ad Van Loon, LL.M., 1987, University of Brabant (Tilberg, Netherlands); Manager Legal & Regulatory Affairs, VECAI (industry association of cable operators); Coordinator, International Research, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam.
Course: Broadcasting Regulation in European States


Karen Varriale’ 97, B.A. 1994, State University of New York at Albany; J.D. 1997, New York Law School; Assistant District Attorney, Supreme Court Bureau, Office of the District Attorney, Staten Island
Course: Criminal Prosecution Clinic Fieldwork; Criminal Prosecution Clinic Seminar


Alan Vinegrad, B.S., 1980, University of Pennsylvania; J.D., 1984, New York University; Chief Assistant U.S. Attorney, United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of New York.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Peter Von Maur ’86, B.A. , Franklin & Marshall College; J.D., New York Law School; Director Senior Counsel RBC Capital Markets; member of the Securities Industry Association – Legal and Compliance Division, Prime Brokerage Committee
Course: Correspondent Clearing Issues


Mark vonSternberg, B.A. 1969, Columbia College; J.D. 1973, Vanderbilt University School of Law; LL.M. 1984, New York University Law School; Senior Attorney, Catholic Charities Community Services
Courses: Immigration and Refugee Rights Clinic


Ari Waldman
, J.D. 2005, Harvard Law School; Visiting Professor of Law, California Western School of Law; Director, Institute for Information Law & Policy
Courses: Internet Law, Intellectual Property; Tech Law Lab I & II; Sexual Orientation and the Law


Nancy Waite, B.S., 1970, Tufts University; M.A., 1974, University of Connecticut; J.D., 1980, Brooklyn Law School.
Course: Drafting: General Principles; Legal Reasoning, Writing, and Research; Written and Oral Advocacy


Christopher Walker, B.A., St. John’s University; J.D., St. John’s University School of Law. Chief Executive Officer, The Carbon Trust, LLC; Practice Area: Environmental Law and Policy
Course: Climate Change Issues in Real Estate


Benjamin Weinstock, B.A. 1975, Yeshiva University; J.D. 1978, Brooklyn Law School. Partner, Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C..
Course: Advanced Real Estate Transactions and Finance


Jeremy Weintraub, B.A., 1993, Yale University. J.D., 1998, New York University. Counsel, Schoeman, Updike & Kaufman, LLP.
Courses: Legal Reasoning, Writing & Research; Written & Oral Advocacy


Charles Weiss, B.S.E.E., 1988, Washington University; J.D., 1991, Columbia University. Partner, Kenyon & Kenyon.
Course: Patent Litigation & Analysis


Lis Wiehl, B.A., 1983, Barnard College; M.A. 1985, University of Queensland; J.D., 1987, Harvard University.
Courses: Advocacy, Media & the Big Case; Trial Advocacy


Hon. Patricia Anne Williams, B.A., 1965, Cornell University; M.A., 1967 Columbia University; J.D., 1972, Yale University. Acting Justice, Supreme Court of New York, County of the Bronx, Criminal Division.
Course: Trial Advocacy


Justin Xenitelis ’06, B.S. 2003, St. John’s University; J.D. 2006, New York Law School; General Counsel, Thor Equities, LLC
Course: Drafting Real Estate Documents


Hon. James Yates, A.B., 1967, Princeton University; J.D. , 1973 , Rutgers University.
Course: White Collar Crime


Daniel Young, B.A., 1989, Stanford University; J.D., 1992, University of Chicago School of Law. Chief of Staff, NYLIFE Securities.
Course: Insurance Law


Peter Zablotsky, B.A., 1977, Pennsylvania State University; J.D., 1980, Columbia University; Associate Professor, Touro Law Center.
Courses: Entertainment Law; Torts; Products Liability; Torts II: Additional Topics & Advanced Inquiries


Lee G. Zimet, ’85, B.S., 1980, C.W. Post College; J.D., 1985, New York Law School; LL.M., 1988, New York University School of Law
Course: Taxation of Affiliated Corporations


Eric Zohn ’92, B.A., 1987, Tulane University, J.D., 1992, New York Law School. Senior Vice President, William Morris Agency.
Courses: Entertainment Law Seminar and Workshop