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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 Fall 2023 are below:

Books and Chapters

  • John Marshall Harlan II Professor Penelope Andrews authored “The Casserole Constitution: The South African Constitution and International Law,” a chapter in Laws: Rigidity and Dynamics (2023).
  • 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).
  • Associate Professor Justin Murray authored  “The Procedural Architecture of Mass Incarceration,” a chapter in Mass Incarceration in the 21st Century: Realities and Reflections (Routledge, 2023).
  • Assistant Professor Amy Wallace authored “Flexibility is Everything,” a chapter in Street Law: Theory and Practice (Hart Publishing, 2023).

Law Reviews, Journals, and Articles

  • John Marshall Harlan II Professor Penelope Andrews authored “Reflections on South Africa’s First Black Chief Justice” in the Law and Society Review.
  • Professor Richard Chused authored “Mural ©ontroversy” in the Vermont Law Review.
  • Professor from Practice Shahrokh Falati ’08 authored "A Singular Disclosure Requirement Is Necessary For Patent Law" in the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review and “US Patent Law Hinders Life-Saving Cancer Therapy Development” in Bloomberg Law.
  • Professor Doni Gewirtzman co-authored “Practice Perfect Constitutional Law II” (Aspen Publishing), a study supplement on constitutional law and constitutional rights.
  • Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Institutional Strategy Matt Gewolb authored “Law Professors’ Conceptualization and Use of Students’ Prior Knowledge and Experience in Developing Subject-Matter Understanding,” (Ed.D. Dissertation, Teachers College, Columbia University, 2023)
  • Professor Gowri J. Krishna co-authored Expanding Your Worker Cooperative Business: A Guide to Licensing & Franchising (Democracy at Work Institute, 2023)
  • Associate Professor Molly Guptill Manning authored “Fight back! Stay curious, expand your mind and ‘don’t become sheep’” in the Miami Herald.
  • Joseph Solomon Distinguished Professor Rebecca Roiphe co-authored “Depoliticizing Federal Prosecution” in the Denver Law Review.
  • Associate Professor David Simson authored “Methodological Gerrymandering” in the Cleveland State Law Review.

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