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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 2020 and 2021 are below:

Books and Chapters

  • Beyond Imagination? The January 6th Insurrection by Dean and President Anthony W. Crowell (co-author) (West Academic Publishing, 2021)
  • Corporate Finance, Second Edition by Jeffrey Haas (West Academic Publishing, 2020)
  • Real Estate Transactions: Cases and Materials on Land Transfer, Development and Finance, Seventh Edition by Gerald Korngold(The Grolier Club, 2020)
  • The Best-Read Army in the World by Molly Manning (Foundation Press, 2021)
  • Antonin Scalia and American Constitutionalism by Edward A. Purcell Jr. (Oxford University Press, 2020)
  • Residential Landlord-Tenant Law in New York, 2019–20 Edition by Andrew Scherer (Thomson Reuters, 2020)
  • Elder Law and Special Needs Planning/Will Drafting, 2019–20 Edition, New York Lawyers’ Practical Skills Series by Elizabeth Valentin (co-author) (New York State Bar Association, 2020)
  • Chapter: “Will They Have Dancing? A Sketch of the Biography of Justice Ismail Mahomed” by Penelope Andrews in Law, Morality and Justice: Essays in Honour Of Chief Justice Ismail Mahomed (Juta and Company, 2020)
  • Supplement: 2020 supplement by Gerald Korngold for Private Land Use Arrangements: Easements, Real Covenants, and Equitable Servitudes (Juris Publishing Inc., 2020)
  • Chapter: “Thailand: The Evolution of Law, the Legal Profession, and Political Authority” by Frank Munger in Lawyers in 21st-Century Societies, Volume 1 National Reports (Hart Publishing, 2020)
  • Chapter: “Post-Secular Jurisprudence: A Visual Semiotics of the Sacred Source of Law’s Authority” by Richard Sherwin in Mediation and Immediacy: The Semiotic Turn in the Study of Religion” (De Gruyter Press, 2021)
  • Chapter: “From Human Rights to Humanity’s Law” by Ruti Teitel in Critical Essays on Human Rights Criticism (Boom Uitgevers Den Haag, 2020)

Law Reviews, Journals, and Articles

  • “Through the Lens of Restorative Justice: A Re-Humanizing” by Susan AbrahamNew York Law School Law Review
  • “The Hidden Marriage Penalty Inside the TJCA” by Alan Appel ’76 (co-author)—Tax Notes Federal
  • “The Danger of Dissent: A Century of Targeting Immigrants” by Lenni BensonNew York Law School Law Review
  • "Randomness, AI Art, and Copyright" by Richard ChusedCardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal
  • “Charging Bull, Fearless Girl, Composition, and Copyright” by Richard ChusedNew York University Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law
  • “Protectable ‘Art’: Urinals, Shredders, and Bananas” by Richard ChusedFordham Intellectual Property, Media, & Entertainment Law Journal
  • “Let Us Now Praise Corporate Persons” by Doni GewirtzmanPublic Books
  • “Was Impeachment Designed to Fail?” by Doni GewirtzmanPublic Books
  • “Married Is as Married Does(?),” by William P. LaPiana in the ACTEC Law Journal
  • Multiple pieces analyzing developments in cases affecting the LGBTQ community by Arthur LeonardGay City News and LGBT Law Notes
  • “Prejudice-Based Rights in Criminal Procedure” by Justin Murray—University of Pennsylvania Law Review
  • “Policing Procedural Error in the Lower Criminal Courts” by Justin Murray—Fordham Law Review
  • “The One Obvious Statute the DOJ Could Use to Prosecute Trump for Jan. 6” by Edward A. Purcell Jr.Slate
  • “A Fiduciary Theory of Prosecution” by Rebecca Roiphe (co-author)—American University Law Review
  • “A Typology of Department of Justice Lawyers” by Rebecca Roiphe—North Carolina Law Review
  • “When Prosecutors Politick: Progressive Law Enforcers Then and Now” by Rebecca RoipheJournal of Criminal Law and Criminology
  • “Critical Developments in Housing Policy—Symposium Comments” by Andrew Scherer—Cardozo Journal of Equal Rights and Social Justice
  • “Software is Scholarship” by Houman ShadabMIT Computational Law Report
  • “Juluka and Law Teaching: Working to the Edge, Reveling in Silence and Practicing Gratitude” by Lynn Su—The Second Draft

Recent Faculty News

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On CBS News, Professor Rebecca Roiphe discusses the verdict in the Mario Batali case.

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