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NYLS’s faculty members produce influential and timely scholarship that advances legal education and breaks new ground. Read about some of their selected works.

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New York Law School’s faculty members produce influential and timely scholarship that advances legal education and breaks new ground.

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Selected works from 2021 and 2022 are below:

Books and Chapters

  • Professor Richard Chused authored the chapter “Commentary on Gruen v. Gruen” in Feminist Judgements: Rewritten Property Opinions (Cambridge University Press, 2021).
  • Dean and President Anthony W. Crowell co-authored Beyond Imagination? The January 6 Insurrection (West Academic Publishing, 2021).
  • Professor Doni Gewirtzman authored Omnibus Questions for Practice Perfect for Constitutional Law (Aspen Publishing, forthcoming).
  • Trustee Professor Gerald Korngold co-authored Real Estate Transactions: Cases and Materials on Land Transfer, Development and Finance, 7th Edition (Foundation Press, 2021) and Statute, Form and Problem Supplement, 7th Edition (Foundation Press, 2021).
  • Assistant Professor Molly Guptill Manning co-authored Words Into War: How Soldiers Fought for their First Amendment Rights in World War II (Blackstone Publishing, forthcoming).
  • Associate Professor Justin Murray authored Criminal Procedure: Adjudication (ChartaCourse, 2021).
  • Wallace Stevens Professor Emeritus Richard K. Sherwin authored the chapter “Post-Secular Jurisprudence: A Visual Semiotics of the Sacred Source of Law’s Authority” in Mediation and Immediacy: The Semiotic Turn in the Study of Religion” (De Gruyter Press, 2021).
  • Professor Lynn Boepple Su authored the chapter “Creativity, Content, and Community in Evidence Online” in Law Teaching Strategies for a New Era: Beyond the Physical Classroom (Carolina Academic Press, 2021).
  • Ernst C. Stiefel Professor of Comparative Law Ruti G. Teitel authored the chapter “Transitional Justice and Human Rights” in History of Latin American Law in Global Perspective (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

Law Reviews, Journals, and Articles

  • Professor Alan I. Appel ’76 authored “Gain or Loss of Foreign Persons from Sale or Exchange of Partnership Interests” in the Journal of International Taxation (2021).
  • Distinguished Chair in Immigration and Human Rights Law Professor Lenni B. Benson authored “The Danger of Dissent: A Century of Targeting Immigrants” in the New York Law School Law Review (2021).
  • Professor Richard Chused authored “Quantum Copyright Law: Schrödinger’s Cat, Banksy’s Shredder, and Art on the Edge” in the Northwestern Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property (forthcoming); “Randomness, AI Art, and Copyright” in the Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal (2022); “Sex, Stamina, and Politics” in Duke Law’s Law and Contemporary Problems (2022); and “Strategic Thinking About Racism in American Zoning” in the New York Law School Law Review (2022).
  • Professor Shahrokh (Seve) Falati ’08 authored “Eviscerating Patent Scope” in the UIC Review of Intellectual Property Law (2022) and “Killing Rarity” in the Texas Tech Law Review (forthcoming).
  • Wallace Stevens Professor Kris Franklin co-authored “Directed Questions: A Non-Socratic Dialogue About Non-Socratic Teaching,” as the lead article in the University of Detroit Mercy Law Review (2021); co-authored “How to Train Your Supervisor” in the Pace Law Review (2021); co-authored “How to Raise Your Kids Queer” in the Family Law Quarterly (2022); and authored “Meditations on Teaching What Isn’t” in the New York Law School Law Review (2022).
  • Associate Professor Lisa F. Grumet edited and co-authored with students “Co-Parenting During Lockdown: COVID-19 and Child Custody Cases Before the Vaccine” in the Family Law Quarterly (2022).
  • Professor Gowri J. Krishna co-authored “Caring for the Souls of Our Students: The Evolution of a Community Economic Development Clinic During Turbulent Times,” in the Clinical Law Review (2021).
  • Assistant Professor Molly Guptill Manning authored “Access Denied: How 28 U.S.C. Sec. 1915(g) Violates the First Amendment Rights of Indigent Prisoners” in the Seattle Journal for Social Justice (2021).
  • Professor Richard D. Marsico authored “The Interaction of Race, Wealth, and Special Education: The Role of Structural Inequities in the IDEA” in the New York Law School Review of Law (2022).
  • Associate Professor Justin Murray authored “Prosecutorial Nonenforcement and Residual Criminalization” in the Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (forthcoming). He co-authored “Symposium Preface” in the American Criminal Law Review (forthcoming).
  • Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professor Rebecca Roiphe co-authored “When Prosecutors Politick: Progressive Law Enforcers Then and Now” in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (2020), co-authored “Who Should Police Politicization of the DOJ?” in the Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics and Public Policy (2021), and authored “Impeaching Legal Ethics” in the Florida State Law Review (2022).
  • Professor Ross Sandler authored “New York’s BQE emergency” in the Daily News (2021).
  • Professor Andrew Scherer authored “Process as Racism and Oppression: The Case Against Summary Eviction Proceedings” in the Seton Hall Law Review (forthcoming).
  • Professor Lynn Boepple Su authored “Unpacking the Teaching Potential of a Hypothetical Criminal Case Involving a Cross- Racial Eyewitness Identification” in the New York Law School Law Review (2022).
  • Ernst C. Stiefel Professor of Comparative Law Ruti G. Teitel co-authored “From Grievances to Guarantees: Getting to Yes in the Iran Nuclear Talks” in the International Economic Law and Policy Blog (2021).
  • Assistant Professor Claire R. Thomas ’11 authored “The So-Called Stateless: Firm Resettlement, African Migrants, and Human Rights Violations in Mexico” in The Boston University Public Interest Law Journal (forthcoming).

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Today on CBS News, Professor Kirk Burkhalter, Director of NYLS's 21st Century Policing Project (P21), shared his expertise and provided legal insight into the charges filed against five former Memphis police officers in the death of Tyre Nichols. Watch the segment here.

5 former Memphis police officers face murder charges in Tyre Nichols' death
Five former Memphis police officers have turned themselves in and are facing second-degree murder charges following the deadly arrest of Tyre Nichols. CBS News' Elise Preston reports from Memphis, and then Kurt Burkhalter, a professor at New York school of law, joins Lana Zak and Errol Barnett with....
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