New York Law School’s faculty members produce influential and timely scholarship that advances legal education and breaks new ground.
Selected works from 2022 and 2023 are below:
Books and Chapters
- Associate Professor Molly Guptill Manning authored The War of Words: How America's GI Journalists Battled Censorship and Propaganda to Help Win World War II (Blackstone Publishing, 2023).
Law Reviews, Journals, and Articles
- Professor Richard Chused authored “Quantum Copyright Law: Schrödinger’s Cat, Banksy’s Shredder, and Art on the Edge” in the Northwestern School of Law Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property.
- Professor of Law from Practice Shahrokh Falati ’08 authored “How ChatGPT Challenges Current Intellectual Property Laws” in the New York Law Journaland “A Singular Disclosure Requirement is Necessary for Patent Law” in The Columbia Science and Technology Law Review.
- Wallace Stevens Professor of Law Kris Franklin and Distinguished Adjunct Professor of Law Peter Phillips ’87 authored “Pass the Salt: Problem-Resolution Lawyering Across the Twenty-First Century Law Curriculum” in the Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal.
- Trustee Professor Gerald Korngold authored a policy focus report entitled “Land Value in the United States: Funding Infrastructure and Local Government Service,” which was published by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
- Associate Professor Justin Murray authored “Preface: New Directions in Prosecutorial Reform” in the American Criminal Law Review.
- Professor of Law from Practice Michael Pastor authored “Cybersecurity and abortion success: The right to choose now means the right to protect data and privacy for women and providers” in the New York Daily News.
- Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professor Rebecca Roiphe co-authored “Is NY’s New Professional Conduct Rule 8.4(g) Heading to the Courts?” in the New York Law Journal and “A Fiduciary Theory of Progressive Prosecution” in the American Criminal Law Review.
- Professor Ross Sandler authored “Berhardt Goetz & NYC’s Vigilante Future” in the New York Daily News.
- Professor Andrew Scherer authored “Summary eviction proceedings must end” in City & State New York.
- Ernst C. Stiefel Professor of Comparative Law Ruti G. Teitel co-authored “The Justice Archive: Transitional Justice and Digital Memory,” in the London Review of International Law.
- Otto L. Walter Distinguished Professor of Tax Law Ann Thomas authored “The Racial Wealth Gap and the Tax Benefits of Homeownership” in the New York Law School Law Review.
- Assistant Professor Claire R. Thomas ’11 authored “The So-Called Stateless: Firm Resettlement, African Immigrants, and Human Rights Violations in Mexico” in the Boston University Public Interest Law Journal.
- Assistant Professor Amy Wallace authored “The Exclusion of Public Legal Education from Mandatory and Aspirational State Pro Bono Service Requirements” in the Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law.
- Associate Professor Britney Wilson authored “Making Me Ill: Environmental Racism and Justice as Disability” in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review.