Professor of Law
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
“Colin Powell’s Reflection: Status, Behavior, and Discrimination.” Chapter 32 in A Queer World: The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies Reader, at 431–437, edited by M. Duberman. New York University Press, 1997.
LAW REVIEW AND OTHER SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS
"Structuring Constitutional Doctrine: Principles, Proof and the Functions of Judicial Review," 58 Rutgers Law Review 779-937 (2006).
“Selling the Market-Driven Message: Commercial Television, Consumer Sovereignty, and the First Amendment.” 85 Minnesota Law Review 451–585 (2000).
“Beyond Uncompromising Positions: Hate Crimes Legislation and the Common Ground Between Conservative Republicans and Gay Rights Advocates.” 21 Fordham Urban Law Journal 1097–1106 (1994).
“Lynching and Terrorism, Speech and R.A.V.: The Constitutionality of Wisconsin’s Hate Crimes Statute.” 10 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 455–512 (1993).
“A Critique of Judicial Supremacy.” 36 Villanova Law Review 281–399 (1991).
“Discriminatory Impact, Affirmative Action, and Innocent Victims: Judicial Conservatism or Conservative Justices?” 91 Columbia Law Review 790–844 (1991).
“Conflict, Coherence, and Constitutional Intent.” 72 Iowa Law Review 753–890 (1987).
“The Bus Stops Here: Defining the Constitutional Right of Equal Educational Opportunity and an Appropriate Remedial Process.” 63 Boston University Law Review 1–58 (1983).
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES, PRACTICE MATERIALS, AND OTHER
NEWSPAPER ARTICLES, PRACTICE MATERIALS, AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS
“Slavery’s Consequences.” The SALT Equalizer 6 (Special Edition) (Summer 1995).
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Haverford, B.A. 1979 magna cum laude
Yale, J.D. 1982
Law Clerk, Hon. W. Arthur Garrity, District of Massachusetts
Expert in various areas of constitutional law, including interpretive theory, discrimination, freedom of speech, and hate crimes. Served as cochair, New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project; vice chair, Pratt Area Community Council for Housing Development.