June 2019 Faculty Accomplishments

June 2019

Publications:

Ilene S. Cooper, Roundup of Decisions by the Four Appellate Division Departments, N.Y.L.J. (June 7, 2019).

Deseriee A. Kennedy, NEW YORK MATRIMONIAL PRACTICE (Thomson Reuters, 3d ed., 2019).

Jeffrey B. Morris, The Fiftieth Anniversary of Warren Burger’s Appointment as Chief Justice, THE NIXON FOUNDATION (June 18, 2019).

Danielle Schwager, NEW YORK MATRIMONIAL PRACTICE (Thomson Reuters, 3d ed. 2019).

Martin A. Schwartz, U.S. Supreme Court Sharply Curtails Retaliatory Arrest Claims, N.Y.L.J. (July 1, 2019).

Presentations:

Samuel J. Levine, Some Cautious Optimism About Restraint of Prosecutors' Charging Power, Criminal Justice Ethics Schmooze, Cardozo Law School, NY, NY (June 3, 2019).

Samuel J. Levine, The Mandate for Inclusion--An Examination of Jewish Text, Ruderman Family Foundation's Jewish Leadership Summit on Inclusion, Touro College, NY, NY (June 27, 2019).

Dan Subotnik, Sexual Assault after the Kavanaugh Hearings, Law and Society Annual Meeting, Washington, DC (May 31, 2019).

Citations:

Fabio Arcila, Jr., The Death of Suspicion, 51 WM. & MARY L.REV. 1275 (2010), was cited in, Nathaniel J. Berry, Justice of the Peace Manuals in Virginia Before 1800, 26 J.S. LEGAL HIST. 315 (2018).

Jack Graves, LEARNING CONTRACTS (2014), was cited in, David G. Epstein & Roxanne M. Eastes, "Don't Have A Cow" ... or the Restatement (Second), 63 ST. LOUIS U. L.J. 465 (2019).

Richard Klein, An Analysis of Thirty-Five Years of Rape Reform: A Frustrating Search for Fundamental Fairness, 41 AKRON L. REV. 981 (2008), was cited in, Omar T. Russo, How to Get Away with Murder: The "Gay Panic" Defense, 35 TOURO L. REV. 811 (2019).

Samuel J. Levine, Rediscovering Julius Henry Cohen and the Origins of the Business/Profession Dichotomy: A Study in the Discourse of Early Twentieth Century Legal Professionalism, 47 AM. J. LEGAL HIST. 1 (2005),

Samuel J. Levine, Taking Ethical Obligations Seriously: A Look at American Codes of Professional Responsibility Through a Perspective of Jewish Law and Ethics, 57 CATH. U. L. REV. 165 (2007) & Samuel J. Levine, Taking Ethics Codes Seriously: Broad Ethics Provisions and Unenumerated Ethical Obligations in a Comparative Hermeneutic Framework, 77 TUL. L. REV. 527 (2003), were cited in, Veronica Root Martinez, Combating Silence in the Profession, 105 VA. L. REV. 805 (2019).

Samuel J. Levine, Halacha and Aggada: Translating Robert Cover's Nomos and Narrative, 1998 UTAH L. REV. 465, was cited in, M. Alexander Pearl, The (Next) Big Short and the End of the Anthropocene, 2019 UTAH L. REV. 383 (2019).

Samuel J. Levine, Capital Punishment in Jewish Law and its Application to the American Legal System: A Conceptual Overview, 29 ST. MARY'S L.J. 1037 (1998), was cited in, Doron M. Kalir, Rethinking Religious Objections (Old-Testament Based) to Same-Sex Marriage, 33 NOTRE DAME J.L. ETHICS & PUB. POL'Y 109 (2019).

Samuel J. Levine (with Bruce A. Green), Disciplinary Regulation of Prosecutors as a Remedy for Abuses of Prosecutorial Discretion: A Descriptive and Normative Analysis, 14 OHIO ST. J. CRIM. L. 143 (2016), was cited in, Bruce A. Green, Prosecutors in the Court of Public Opinion, 57 DUQ. L. REV. 271 (2019).

Samuel J. Levine, is currently in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by total new downloads within the last 12 months.

Samuel J. Levine, is currently in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by all-time downloads.

Michael Lewyn, The Criminalization of Walking, 2017 U. ILL. L. REV. 1167 (2017), was cited in, Kira Luciano, The Myth of the Ever-Watchful Eye: The Inadequacy of Child Neglect Statutes in Illinois and Other States, 14 NW. J. L. & SOC. POL'Y 293 (2019).

Jeffrey B. Morris, LEADERSHIP ON THE FEDERAL BENCH: THE CRAFT AND ACTIVISM OF JACK WEINSTEIN 110 (2011), was cited in, Jessica A. Roth, The "New" District Court Activism in Criminal Justice Reform, 74 N.Y.U. ANN. SURV. AM. L. 277 (2019).

Jeffrey B. Morris, The Fiftieth Anniversary of Warren Burger’s Appointment as Chief Justice, THE NIXON FOUNDATION (June 18, 2019), was cited in, Hugh Hewitt, A Chief Justice's Underappreciated Legacy Comes into Focus, WASH. POST (June 23, 2019).

Ann L. Nowak, Tough Love: The Law School that Required its Students to Learn Good Grammar, 28 TOURO L. REV. 1369 (2012, was cited in, Nancy E. Millar, The Science of Successful Teaching: Incorporating Mind, Brain, and Education Research into the Legal Writing Course, 63 ST. LOUIS U. L.J. 373 (2019).

Jorge R. Roig, Can DNA Be Speech?,34 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L. REV. 163 (2016), was cited in, The State of Patent Eligibility in America: Part I., Hearing Before the Subcomm. on Intellectual Property of the S. Comm. on the Judiciary (June 4, 2019) (Testimony by Joshua Sarnoff, Professor of Law, DePaul University, Chicago, IL).

Jorge R. Roig, Emerging Technologies and Dwindling Speech, 16 U. PA. J. CONST. L. 1235 (2014), Kathleen McGarvey Hidy, Social Media Use and Viewpoint Discrimination: A First Amendment Judicial Tightrope Walk with Rights and Risks Hanging in the Balance, 102 MARQ. L. REV. 1045 (2019).

Patricia E. Salkin, ETHICAL STANDARDS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR (ABA, 2d ed. 2008), was cited in, Ellen Yaroshefsky, Regulation of Lawyers in Government Beyond the Client Representation Role, 33 NOTRE DAME J.L. ETHICS & PUB. POL'Y 151 (2019).

Patricia E. Salkin, Municipal Regulation of Formula Business: Creating and Protecting Communities, 58 CASE W. RES. L. REV. 1251 (2008), was cited in, Stephen W. Grant, Who's Afraid of the Dark?: Shedding Light on the Practicality and Future of the Dark Store Theory in Big-Box Property Taxation, 38 VA. TAX REV. 445 (2019).

Patricia E. Salkin, Municipal Regulation of Formula Businesses: Creating and Protecting Communities, 58 CASE W. RES. L. REV. 1251 (2008) & Patricia E. Salkin, Supersizing Small Town America: Using Regionalism to Right-Size Big Box Retail, 6 VT. J. ENVTL. L. 48 (2005), were cited in, Mairead J. Fitzgerald-Mumford, Shells of the Stores They Once Were: Returning Vacant Retail Property to Productive Use in the Midst of the "Retail Apocalypse", 94 NOTRE DAME L. REV. 1797 (2019).

Patricia E. Salkin, AMERICAN LAW OF ZONING (5th ed 2008), was cited in, Friends of Yamhill Cty. v. Bd. of Cty. Comm'rs, 298 Or. App. 241 (2019).

Patricia E. Salkin, AMERICAN LAW OF ZONING (5th ed 2008), was cited in, Abraham Gutman, Katie Moran-McCabe & Scott Burris, Health, Housing, and the Law, 11 NE. U.L. REV. 251 (2019).

Douglas D. Scherer (& Robert Belton), Introduction to the Symposium on Class and Collective Actions in Employment Law, 10 EMP. RTS. & EMP. POL'Y J. 351 (2006), was cited in, Scott A. Moss, Nantiya Ruan, No Longer A Second-Class Class Action? Finding Common Ground in the Debate over Wage Collective Actions with Best Practices for Litigation and Adjudication, 11 FED. CTS. L. REV. 27 (2019).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION CLAIMS & DEFENSES (4th ed. 2019), was cited in, Gill v. State Dep't, 2019 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 90207 (D. Kan. May 30, 2019).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION: CLAIMS AND DEFENSES (4th ed. 2018), was cited in, Ryan Hartzell C. Balisacan, Incorporating Police Provocation into the Fourth Amendment "Reasonableness" Calculus: A Proposed Post-Mendez Agenda, 54 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. 327 (2019).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION (Federal Judicial Center 2014), was cited in, Quiana D. Harris, A Plea to Federal Judges: Combatting Prosecutorial Misconduct in the Cliven Bundy Era, 62 HOW. L.J. 605 (2019).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION (Federal Judicial Center 2014), was cited in, Hayden Carlos, Disqualifying Immunity: How Qualified Immunity Exacerbates Police Misconduct and Why Congress Must Destroy It, 46 S.U. L. REV. 283 (2019).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION (Federal Judicial Center 2014), was cited in, Lauren E. Pair, Stretching Armstrong: How the Eighth Circuit Incorrectly Applied Supreme Court Precedent in Does v. Gillespie, 12 ST. LOUIS U.J. HEALTH L. & POL'Y 215 (2018).

Marjorie A. Silver, Emotional Intelligence and Legal Education, 5 PSYCHOL. PUB. POLICY & L. 1173 (1999), was cited in, Alyson Carrel, Legal Intelligence Through Artificial Intelligence Requires Emotional Intelligence: A New Competency Model for the 21st Century Legal Professional, 35 GA. ST. U. L. REV. 1153 (2019).

Marjorie A. Silver, TRANSFORMING JUSTICE, LAWYERS, AND THE PRACTICE OF LAW (2017), was cited in, Susan L. Brooks, Mindful Engagement and Relational Lawyering, 48 SW. L. REV. 267 (2019).

Theodore Silver (with Jean Elting Rowe), The Jurisprudence of Action and Inaction in the Law of Tort: Solving the Puzzle of Nonfeasance and Misfeasance from the Fifteenth Through the Twentieth Centuries, 33 DUQ. L. REV. 807 (1995), was cited in, Kenneth S. Abraham & Leslie Kendrick, There's No Such Thing As Affirmative Duty, 104 IOWA L. REV. 1649 (2019).

Sol Wachtler, Judicial Lawmaking, 65 N.Y.U. L. REV. 1 (1990), was cited in, Jean R. Sternlight, Mandatory Arbitration Stymies Progress Towards Justice in Employment Law: Where to, #MeToo?, 54 HARV. C.R.-C.L. L. REV. 155 (2019).

Sol Wachtler, Our Constitutions-Alive and Well, 61 ST. JOHN'S L. REV. 381 (1987), was cited in, James A. Gardner, Justice Brennan and the Foundations of Human Rights Federalism, 77 OHIO ST. L.J. 355 (2016).

Book Review:

Samuel J. Levine, WAS YOSEF ON THE SPECTRUM? UNDERSTANDING JOSEPH THROUGH TORAH, MIDRASH, AND CLASSICAL JEWISH SOURCES (Urim Publications, 2018), was reviewed in, Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer, Book Review: Was Yosef on the Spectrum?, NY JEWISH WEEK (June 24, 2019).


Law Review Thank Yous:

Samuel J. Levine, Veronica Root Martinez, Combating Silence in the Profession, 105 VA. L. REV. 805 (2019).

Samuel J. Levine, Anna Offit, Prosecuting in the Shadow of the Jury, 113 NW. U. L. REV. 1071 (2019).

Deseriee Kennedy, Melissa L. Breger, Making the Invisible Visible: Exploring Implicit Bias, Judicial Diversity, and the Bench Trial, 53 U. RICH. L. REV. 1039 (2019).

Richard Klein, Zachary Segal, Lee v. United States: The Unusual Circumstances Test for Strickland Relief, 34 TOURO L. REV. 823 (2018).

Meredith Miller, Omar T. Russo, How to Get Away with Murder: The "Gay Panic" Defense, 35 TOURO L. REV. 811 (2019).

Tracy McGaugh Norton, Alyssa Iuliano, Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District: The Supreme Court's Elusive Attempt to Close the Gap Between Some Educational Benefit and Meaningful Educational Benefit, 35 TOURO L. REV. 261 (2019).

Patricia E. Salkin, Jeremy Gruber et. al., Let All Voters Vote: Independents and the Expansion of Voting Rights in the United States, 35 TOURO L. REV. 649 (2019).

Rena Seplowitz, Olivia Lattanza, The Blurred Protection for the Feel or Groove of A Song Under Copyright Law: Examining the Implications of Williams v. Gaye on Creativity in Music, 35 TOURO L. REV. 723 (2019).

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