June/July 2020

Publications:

Rodger D. Citron (with Jeffrey Morris), A Profile of John J. Gleeson, the Trial Court’s Proposed “Friend Of The Court” in the Michael Flynn Case, VERDICT: JUSTIA (June 3, 2020).

Rodger D. Citron, Notes on an Oral Argument: The Questions Asked, the Answers Given, and What They May Augur for the Supreme Court’s Decision in the Congressional Subpoena Cases, VERDICT: JUSTIA (June 29, 2020).

Rodger Citron, Herman Melville's Billy Budd: Why This Classic Law and Literature Novel Endures and Is Still Relevant Today, 36 TOURO L. REV. 17 (2020).

Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus, Portability Of The UBE: Where Is It When You Need It?, TAXPROF BLOG (July 23, 2020).

Eileen Kaufman, (as a part of the Collaboratory on Legal Education and Licensing for Practice), Constitutional Constraints on Lawyer Licensing in the Age of COVID-19, NW. U. L. REV., OF NOTE (June 3, 2020).

Deseriee A. Kennedy, Access Law Schools & Diversifying the Profession, 92 TEMP. L. REV. 799 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Symposium Jewish Law and American Law: A Comparative Study Foreword, 36 TOURO L. REV. 1 (2020).

Michael Lewyn, Socialists and Housing, 49 REAL EST. L.J. 53 (Summer 2020).

Michael Lewyn, Blue-State Plague No More, PLANETIZEN (June 2, 2020).

Michael Lewyn, Disorder is Not Destiny, PLANETIZEN (June 19, 2020).

Michael Lewyn, COVID-19, YIMBY, and PHIMBY, PLANETIZEN (July 6, 2020).

Michael Lewyn, More on Subways and COVID-19, MARKET URBANISM (June 8, 2020).

Michael Lewyn, Review: The Urban Mystique, by Josh Stephens, MARKET URBANISM (June 22, 2020).

John Linarelli, Debt in Just Societies: A General Framework for Regulating Credit, 14(3) REGUL. & GOVERNANCE 409 (July 2020).

Jeffrey Morris (with Rodger D. Citron), A Profile of John J. Gleeson, the Trial Court’s Proposed “Friend Of The Court” in the Michael Flynn Case, VERDICT: JUSTIA (June 3, 2020).

Patricia E. Salkin (with Sydney Gross), Death Need Not Part Owners and Their Pets: Regulating Pet Cemeteries Through Zoning Regulation, 43(6) ZONING & PLAN. L. REP. (Jun. 2020).

Patricia E. Salkin (as a part of the Collaboratory on Legal Education and Licensing for Practice), Constitutional Constraints on Lawyer Licensing in the Age of COVID-19, NW. U. L. REV., OF NOTE (June 3, 2020).

Patricia E. Salkin, 2020 ZONING AND PLANNING LAW HANDBOOK (2020).

Patricia E. Salkin, Your Next College President May Be the GC Next Door, INSIGHT: BLOOMBERG LAW (July 7, 2020).

Martin A. Schwartz, How the Supreme Court Enables Police Excessive Force, N.Y.L.J. (June 8, 2020).

Martin A. Schwartz, Prosecutorial Immunity Denied for 'Fake Subpoenas,' Fabricating Evidence and Directing Raid, N.Y.L.J. (July 6, 2020).

Sol Wachtler, Putting the Liberty Cap on Freedom, NEWSDAY (July 1, 2020).


Presentations:

Rodger D. Citron, The Supreme Court 2019-2020 Term: Administrative Law CLE (Sessions 1 & 2), Suffolk Academy of Law, (July 20 & 27, 2020).

Deseriee Kennedy, Plenary panelist, Racial and Social Justice in Civil Procedure Instruction, Civil Procedure Teachers Workshop (July 22, 2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Jewish Legal Interpretation and American Constitutional Interpretation, Jewish Law Seminar, Hebrew University (June 2, 2020).

Michael Lewyn, YIMBY, PHIMBY and COVID-19, Housing Advocacy Amid the Affordability Crisis, Congress for New Urbanism (June 12, 2020).

John Linarelli, Raising Public Procurement From Local to Global Standards: Worth It?, 5th Global Procurement Conference (July 6, 2020).

Meredith R. Miller, Labor and Employment: What Employers Need to Know About Reopening Their Businesses During Phase 2, Next Steps for Law Firms & Entrepreneurs, Queens Chamber of Commerce (July 2, 2020).

Meredith R. Miller, Embracing and Learning Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in the Workplace and Beyond, Asian American Bar Association of New York (July 28, 2020).

Ann Nowak, The Business of Law: Service, Innovation, and Technology, Bahçeşehir University (Istanbul), Institute for Globalization of Rule of Law - Transnational Law program (July 15, 2020).

Ann Nowak, PechaKucha as a Capstone Project, Touro College Online Education Summit (June 10, 2020).

Ann Nowak, Everything Important about Zoom, I Learned from My Cat, CALIcon2020 (June 3, 2020).

Ann Nowak, Stress Busters for Online Teaching, William and Mary Conference for Excellence in Teaching Legal Research and Writing, William and Mary Law School (June 18, 2020).

Michelle Zakarin, Taking Live Critiques Virtual, Conference for Excellence in Teaching Legal Research and Writing Online, William and Mary Law School (June 19, 2020).


Awards & Appointments:

Joan Foley, appointed to the Network of Bar Leaders as the designated representative of the Federal Bar Association - Eastern District of New York Chapter by Honorable Alan Trust (July 2020).


Citations:

Hal Abramson (with Ema Vidak-Gojkovic & Janet Martinez), Presentation to UNCITRAL Working Group II (Jan. 2016), was cited in, Janet Martinez, International Dispute System Design: Shoals and Shifting Goals, 2020 J. DISP. RESOL. 343 (2020).

Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus, MASTERING THE LAW SCHOOL EXAM (2007), was cited in, Catherine Martin Christopher, Normalizing Struggle, 73 ARK. L. REV. 27 (2020).

Laura G. Dooley, The Dilution Effect: Federalization, Fair Cross-Sections, and the Concept of Community, 54 DEPAUL L. REV. 79 (2004), was cited in, Joanna C. Schwartz, Civil Rights Ecosystems, 118 MICH. L. REV. 1539 (2020).

Howard A. Glickstein, A Dean's Survival Guide, 34 U. TOL. L. REV. 75 (2002), was cited in, Byron G. Stier, Decanal Leadership in Law Schools and the Abraham L. Freedman Fellowship Program, 92 TEMP. L. REV. 721 (2020).

Eileen Kaufman, Deference or Abdication: A Comparison of the Supreme Courts of Israel and the United States in Cases Involving Real or Perceived Threats to National Security, 12 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 95 (2013), was cited in, Haldor Mercado, Resolving National Security Questions: A Comparative Analysis of Judicial Review in the United States, Israel, and Europe, 51 GEO. J. INT'L L. 597 (2020).

Eileen R. Kaufman (with Leon Friedman), Freedom of Speech--How Does the New York Constitution Compare to the U.S. Constitution?, 14 TOURO L. REV. 583 (1998), was cited in, Ian Lewis-Slammon, New York Defamation Applied to Online Consumer Reviews, 93 ST. JOHN'S L. REV. 1267 (2019).

Deseriee A. Kennedy,The Good Mother”: Mothering, Feminism, and Incarceration, 18 WM. & MARY J. WOMEN & L. 161 (2012), was cited in, Christina Scotti, Generating Trauma: How the United States Violates the Human Rights of Incarcerated Mothers and Their Children, 23 CUNY L. REV. 38 (2020).

Deseriee A. Kennedy, Access Law Schools & Diversifying the Profession, 92 TEMP. L. REV. 799 (2020), was cited in, Alicia Kelly & Richard K. Greenstein, Disrupting Hierarchies in Legal Education: Commemorating the Impact of the Freedman Fellow Program Foreword, 92 TEMP. L. REV. 713 (2020).

Deseriee A. Kennedy, Access Law Schools & Diversifying the Profession, 92 TEMP. L. REV. 799 (2020), was cited in, Brittany R. Steane, Preface: Commending Temple's Spirit of Changemaking, 92 TEMP. L. REV. 707 (2020).

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, Katherine M. King, Paving the Way for Recognizing Postpenetration Rape Through the Mistake of Fact Defense, 61 B.C.L. REV. E-SUPP. II 322 (2020).

Richard Klein, The Eleventh Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Be Compelled to Render the Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 68 IND. L.J. 363 (1993), was cited in, Ralph E. McKinney, Jr. & Casey W. Baker, Indigent Defense in West Virginia: A Historical Look at Public Defender Services, 122 W. VA. L. REV. 841 (2020).

Richard Klein, The Emperor Gideon Has No Clothes: The Empty Promise of the Constitutional Right to Effective Assistance of Counsel, 13 HASTINGS CONST. L.Q. 625 (1986); Richard Klein, The Constitutionalization of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 58 MD. L. REV. 1433 (1999); and Richard Klein, Legal Malpractice, Professional Discipline, and Representation of the Indigent Defendant, 61 TEMP. L. REV. 1171 (1988), were cited in, Eve Brensike Primus, Disaggregating Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Doctrine: Four Forms of Constitutional Ineffectiveness, 72 STAN. L. REV. 1581 (2020).

Richard Klein, The Eleventh Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Be Compelled to Render the Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 68 IND. L.J. 363 (1993), was cited in, Charlie Gerstein, Dependent Counsel, 16 STAN. J. CIV. RTS. & CIV. LIBERTIES 147 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, The Potential Utility of Disciplinary Regulation as a Remedy for Abuses of Prosecutorial Discretion, 12 DUKE J. CONST. L. & PUB. POL'Y 1 (2017) & Samuel J. Levine (with Bruce 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), were cited in, Bruce A. Green, Bar Authorities and Prosecutors, in OXFORD PRESS HANDBOOK OF PROSECUTORS AND PROSECUTION (Ronald F. Wright, Kay L. Levine, & Russell M. Gold, eds. forthcoming 2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Further Reflections on the Role of Religion in Lawyering and Life, 11 REGENT U. L. REV. 31 (1998), was cited in, Richard W. Garnett, The Communitarian Work and Vision(s) of Robert Cochran (and Thomas Shaffer), 47 PEPP. L. REV. 361 (2020).

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), was cited in, Jon J. Lee, Double Standards: An Empirical Study of Patent and Trademark Discipline, 61 B.C. L. REV. 1613 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Halacha & Aggada: Translating Robert Cover's Nomos and Narrative, 1998 UTAH L. REV. 465 & Samuel J. Levine, Taking Ethics Codes Seriously: Broad Ethics Provisions and Unenumerated Ethical Obligations in a Comparative Hermeneutic Framework, 77 TULANE L. REV. 527 (2003), were cited in, Lori D. Johnson & Melissa Love Koenig, Walk the Line: Aristotle and the Ethics of Narrative, 20 NEV. L.J. 1037 (2020).

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, Eric Hatfield, Six Wrongs Take Away A Right: The Odyssey of Curtis Flowers and the Prosecutorial Misconduct That Caused It, 47 S.U. L. REV. 347 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, An Introduction to Self-Incrimination in Jewish Law, with Application to the American Legal System: A Psychological and Philosophical Analysis, 28 LOY. L.A. INT'L & COMP. L. REV. 257 (2006), was cited in, Hala Khoury-Bisharat & Rinat Kitai-Sangero, The Silence of Jesus and Its Significance for the Accused, 55 TULSA L. REV. 443 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Halacha and Aggada: Translating Robert Cover's Nomos and Narrative, 1998 UTAH L. REV. 465 (1998), was cited in, Rodger Citron, Herman Melville's Billy Budd: Why This Classic Law and Literature Novel Endures and Is Still Relevant Today, 36 TOURO L. REV. 17 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Reflections on the Practice of Law as a Religious Calling from a Perspective of Jewish Law and Ethics & Unenumerated Constitutional Rights and Unenumerated Biblical Obligations, in JEWISH LAW AND AMERICAN LAW (2018) & Samuel J. Levine, Applying Jewish Legal Theory in the Context of American Law and Legal Scholarship: A Methodological Analysis, 40 SETON HALL L. REV. 933 (2010), were cited in, Robert F. Cochran, Jr., Jesus and the Mosaic Law: Agapic Love As the Foundation and Objective of Law, 36 TOURO L. REV. 23 (2020).

Samuel Levine, JEWISH LAW AND AMERICAN LAW: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (2018) & Samuel J. Levine, Teshuva: A Look at Repentence, Forgiveness and Atonement in Jewish Law and Philosophy and American Legal Thought, 27 FORDHAM URB. L. J. 1677 (2000), were cited in, Moshe Drori, Applying Maimonides' Hilkhot Teshuvah-Laws of Repentance-in the Criminal Law System of the State of Israel: An Israeli Judge's Perspectives, 36 TOURO L. REV. 59 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Jewish Legal Theory and American Constitutional Theory: Some Comparison and Contrasts, 24 HASTINGS CONST. L. Q. 441 (1997); Samuel J. Levine, Applying Jewish Legal Theory in the Context of American Law and Legal Scholarship: A Methodological Analysis, 40 SETON HALL L. REV. 933 (2010); Samuel J. Levine, An Introduction to Legislation in Jewish Law, with References to the American Legal System, 29 SETON HALL L. REV. 916 (1999); Samuel J. Levine, An Introduction to Self-Incrimination in Jewish Law, with Application to the American Legal System: A Psychological and Philosophical Analysis, 28 LOY. L.A. INT'L & COMP. L REV. 257 (2006); and Samuel J. Levine (& Gertrude N. Levine), Internet Ethics, American Law, and Jewish Law: A Comparative Overview, 21 J. OF TECH. L. & POL. 37 (2006), were cited in, David Hollander, The "Step-Child of Scholarly Investigation": Preliminary Observations About the Origins of Academic Jewish Law Scholarship, 36 TOURO L. REV. 91 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, WAS YOSEF ON THE SPECTRUM (2019), was cited in, Randy Lee, Reflections on Jewish and American Disability Law and on the God Who Makes All Things Good, 36 TOURO L. REV. 149 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, JEWISH LAW AND AMERICAN LAW: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (2018), was cited in, Stephen A. Rosenbaum, Book Review Essay: Invisibility, Inclusivity & Fraternity: Was Yosef on the Spectrum? Understanding Joseph Through Torah, Midrash and Classical Jewish Sources (Samuel J. Levine, Urim Publications (2019)), 36 TOURO L. REV. 215 (2020).

Samuel Levine, Richard Posner Meets Reb Chaim of Brisk: A Comparative Study in the Founding of Intellectual Legal Movements, 8 SAN DIEGO INT'L L.J. 95 (2006), was cited in, Keith Sharfman, Economic Analysis of Jewish Law, 36 TOURO L. REV. 231 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Jewish Legal Theory and American Constitutional Theory: Some Comparisons and Contrasts, 24 HASTINGS CONST. L.Q. 441 (1997) & Samuel Levine, JEWISH LAW AND AMERICAN LAW: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (Touro Univ. Press, 2019), were cited in, Amos Israel-Vleeschhouwer, From Political Hebraism and Jewish Law to the Comparative Paradigm, 36 TOURO L. REV. 263 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, JEWISH LAW AND AMERICAN LAW: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (2018) & Samuel J. Levine, Foreword, Symposium: Louis D. Brandeis - An Interdisciplinary Retrospective, 33 TOURO. L. REV. 1 (2017), were cited in, Eli Wald, Jewish Lawyers and the U.S. Legal Profession: The End of the Affair?, 36 TOURO L. REV. 299 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, JEWISH LAW AND AMERICAN LAW: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (2018), was cited in, Steven L. Winter, Keeping Faith with Nomos, 36 TOURO L. REV. 345 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, Taking Prosecutorial Ethics Seriously: A Consideration of the Prosecutor's Ethical Obligation to “Seek Justice” in a Comparative Analytical Framework, 41 HOUS. L. REV. 1337 (2004), was cited in, Danielle Robinson, Prosecuting Misconduct: New York's Creation of a Watchdog Commission, 85 BROOK. L. REV. 1055 (2020).

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), was cited in, Shlomo C. Pill, Jewish Law Perspectives on Judicial Settlement Practice, 20 PEPP. DISP. RESOL. L.J. 227 (2020).

Michael Lewyn, The Criminalization of Walking, 2017 U. ILL. L. REV. 1167 (2017), was cited in, Gregory H. Shill, Should Law Subsidize Driving?, 95 N.Y.U. L. REV. 498 (2020).

John Linarelli, Behavioural Comparative Law: Its Relevance to Global Commercial Law-Making, in THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL LAW (Orkun Akseli & John Linarelli, eds. 2020), was cited in, Giuseppe Bellantuono, Moral Costs and Comparative Law (July 2020).

John Linarelli (with Sue Arrowsmith & Don Wallace Jr.), REGULATING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (2000), was cited in, Javier Miranzo Díaz, The Necessary Shift in the Approach to Corruption in European Public Procurement: Proposals for Systematization (July 2019).

John Linarelli (with Sue Arrowsmith & Don Wallace Jr.), REGULATING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (2000), was cited in, Carmela Di Mauro, Alessandro Ancarani & Tara Hartley, Unravelling SMEs’ Participation and Success in Public Procurement, J. PUB. PROCUREMENT (June 2020).

John Linarelli (with Sue Arrowsmith & Don Wallace Jr.), REGULATING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (2000), was cited in, Yanchao Li, Cássio Garcia Ribeiro, André Tortato Rauen & Edmundo Inácio Júnior, Buying to Develop: The Experience of Brazil and China in Using Public Procurement to Drive Innovation, INT’L J. INNOVATION & TECH. MGMT. (May 2020).

John Linarelli (with Sue Arrowsmith & Don Wallace Jr.), REGULATING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES (2000), was cited in, Tim Tecklenburg, Der Staat als Kunde – Best Practice des Vertriebsmanagements bei institutionellen Kunden (March 2020).

John Linarelli, Artificial General Intelligence and Contract, 24 UNIF. L. REV. 330 (Jun. 2019), was cited in, Fifty-First Selected Bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law (January 2019 Through December 2019), 46 RUTGERS COMPUTER & TECH. L.J. 71 (2020).

John Linarelli, (with Margot Salomon & Muthu Sornarajah), THE MISERY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW: CONFRONTATIONS WITH INJUSTICE IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY (Oxford University Press 2018), was cited in, James Thuo Gathii, The Promise of International Law: A Third World View, Grotius Lecture, American Society of International Law Annual Meeting (2020).

Thomas Maligno, was interviewed in, Jeffrey R. Baker, Christine E. Cerniglia, Davida Finger, Luz Herrera, JoNel & Newman, In Times of Chaos: Creating Blueprints for Law School Responses to Natural Disasters, 80 LA. L. REV. 421 (2020).

Jeffrey Morris, The American Jewish Judge: An Appraisal on the Occasion of the Bicentennial, in JEWISH SOCIAL STUDIES (1976), was cited in, Eli Wald, Jewish Lawyers and the U.S. Legal Profession: The End of the Affair?, 36 TOURO L. REV. 299 (2020).

Deborah W. Post (with Phoebe A. Haddon), Misuse and Abuse of the LSAT: Making the Case for Alternative Evaluative Efforts and a Redefinition of Merit, 80 ST. JOHN'S L. REV. 41 (2006), was cited in, Deseriee A. Kennedy, Access Law Schools & Diversifying the Profession, 92 TEMP. L. REV. 799 (2020).

Jorge R. Roig, Can DNA Be Speech?, 34 CARDOZO ARTS & ENT. L.J. 163 (2016), was cited in, Max I. Fiest, Why a Data Disclosure Law Is (Likely) Unconstitutional, 43 COLUM. J.L. & ARTS 517 (2020).

Patricia E. Salkin, Understanding Community Benefit Agreements: Opportunities and Traps for Developers, Municipalities and Community Organizations, in LAND USE INST.: PLANNING, REGULATION, LITIGATION, EMINENT DOMAIN, AND COMPENSATION (ALI-ABA 2007), was cited in, Diana Stanley, Hatching A Plan for Local Communities: Environmental Justice in Poultry Siting Decisions, 10 WASH. J. ENVTL. L. & POL'Y 32 (2020).

Patricia E. Salkin, Understanding Community Benefit Agreements: Opportunities and Traps for Developers, Municipalities and Community Organizations (2007), https://community-wealth.org/sites/clone.community-wealth.org/files/downloads/article-salkin.pdf, was cited in, David A. Dana & Hannah J. Wiseman, Fracking as a Test of the Demsetz Property Rights Thesis, 71 HASTINGS L.J. 845 (2020).

Patricia E. Salkin, AMERICAN LAW OF ZONING (5th ed. 2019), was cited in, Aim Dev. LLC v. City of Sartell, 2020 Minn. LEXIS 350 (July 15, 2020).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION CLAIMS AND DEFENSES (2019), was cited in, Jonathan Ostrowsky, #MeToo's Unseen Frontier: Law Enforcement Sexual Misconduct and the Fourth Amendment Response, 67 UCLA L. REV. 258 (2020).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION (Kris Markarianed., 3d ed. 2014), was cited in, Brittnee Bui, Class Actions as a Check on LAPD: What Has Worked and What Has Not, 67 UCLA L. REV. 432 (2020).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION (3d ed. 2014), was cited in, Keith Armstrong, "You May Be Down and Out, but You Ain't Beaten": Collective Bargaining for Incarcerated Workers, 110 J. CRIM. L. & CRIMINOLOGY 593 (2020).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION CLAIMS AND DEFENSES (4th ed. 2018), was cited in, Shane Anderson, Selecting the Right Vehicle: Is A Civil Rights Claim Under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 the Right Way to Remedy A Contracts Clause Violation?, 2020 MICH. ST. L. REV. 253 (2020).

Martin A. Schwartz, SECTION 1983 LITIGATION CLAIMS AND DEFENSES (4th ed. 2018), was cited in, Smith v. City of Lawrence, 2020 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 110559 (D. Kan. June 24, 2020).

Marjorie A. Silver, Emotional Competence, Multicultural Lawyering and Race, 3 FLA. COASTAL L.J. 219 (2002), was cited in, André Douglas Pond Cummings, Teaching Social Justice Through "Hip Hop and the Law", 42 N.C. CENT. L. REV. 3 (2019).

Marjorie A. Silver, Commitment and Responsibility: Modeling and Teaching Professionalism Pervasively, 14 WIDENER L.J. 329 (2005), was cited in, Jordana Alter Confino, Where Are We on the Path to Law Student Well-Being?: Report on the ABA Colap Law Student Assistance Committee Law School Wellness Survey, 68 J. LEGAL EDUC. 650 (2019).

Marjorie A. Silver, TRANSFORMING JUSTICE, LAWYERS, AND THE PRACTICE OF LAW (2017) & Marjorie A. Silver, THE AFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL: PRACTICING LAW AS A HEALING PROFESSION (2007), were cited in, Susan L. Brooks, Listening and Relational Lawyering, in THE HANDBOOK OF LISTENING (Debra L. Worthington & Graham D. Bodie eds., 2020).

Dan Subotnik, Does Testing = Race Discrimination?, 8 U. MASS. L. REV. 332 (2013), was cited in, Danielle Craig (@danielle_craig), Twitter (June 27, 2020, 10:46 AM), https://twitter.com/danielle__craig/status/1276889746405384192

Dan Subotnik, “Hands Off”: Sex, Feminism, Affirmative Consent, and the Law of Foreplay, 16 S. CAL. REV. L. & SOC. JUST. 249 (2007), was cited in, Margo Kaplan, Reconciling #MeToo and Criminal Justice, 17 OHIO ST. J. CRIM. L. 361 (2020).

Dan Subotnik, Testing, Discrimination, and Opportunity: A Reply to Professor Harvey Gilmore, 13 SEATTLE J. SOC. JUST. 57 (2014); Dan Subotnik, Contesting a Contestation of Testing: A Reply to Richard Delgado, 9 U. MASS. L. REV. 296 (2014); and Dan Subotnik, Does Testing = Race Discrimination?: Ricci the Bar Exam, the LSAT, and the Challenge to Learning, 8 U. MASS. L. REV. 332 (2013), were cited in, LaTasha Hill, Less Talk, More Action: How Law Schools Can Counteract Racial Bias of Lsat Scores in the Admissions Process, 19 U. MD. L.J. RACE, RELIGION, GENDER & CLASS 313 (2019).


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John Linarelli, Transatlantic Divisions in Methods of Inquiry About Law: What it Means for International Law, in HANDBOOK ON RESEARCH METHODS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW (Forthcoming 2021), was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: LSN: Other Public International Law & LSN: Other Public International Law: Human Rights.

Patricia E. Salkin, is currently in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by total new downloads within the last 12 months.

Dan Subotnik, Consent to Sex: The Limits of Feminist Discourse and the Need for More Diverse Input, was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: WGSRN: Women, Gender Equity & Law (Topic) and Women & Law eJournal.

Dan Subotnik, Do Law Schools Oppress Minority Faculty Women? A Critique of Meera E. Deo, 'Unequal Profession: Race and Gender in Legal Academia' (Stanford 2019), was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: WGSRN: Other Women & Work (Topic), WGSRN: Women, Gender Equity & Law (Topic), WGSRN: Women, Status & Power (Topic), Women & Law eJournal, Women & Work eJournal and Women, History & Culture eJournal.


Book Reviews & Features:

Samuel J. Levine, WAS YOSEF ON THE SPECTRUM (2019), was reviewed in, Stephen A. Rosenbaum, Book Review Essay: Invisibility, Inclusivity & Fraternity: Was Yosef on the Spectrum? Understanding Joseph Through Torah, Midrash and Classical Jewish Sources (Samuel J. Levine, Urim Publications (2019)), 36 TOURO L. REV. 215 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, WAS YOSEF ON THE SPECTRUM (2019), was reviewed in, Ian Hale, Book Review: Was Yosef on the Spectrum by Samuel J. Levine, 36 TOURO L. REV. 89 (2020).

Samuel J. Levine, JEWISH AND AMERICAN LAW: A COMPARATIVE STUDY (2018), was reviewed in, Marie A. Failinger, Book Review Essay: Jewish and American Law: A Comparative Study. (Vols. 1 and 2) by Samuel J. Levine, 36 TOURO L. REV. 83 (2020).

John Linarelli, Transatlantic Divisions in Methods of Inquiry About Law: What it Means for International Law, in HANDBOOK ON RESEARCH METHODS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW (Forthcoming 2021), was featured in Larry Solum, Linarelli on American & European Methodologies of International Law, LEGAL THEORY BLOG (July 1, 2020).

Ann Nowak, PechaKucha as a Capstone Project, Touro College Online Education Summit (June 10, 2020), was featured in, From our Faculty, in Touro's Department of Online Education Newsletter (July 31, 2020).


Dedications, Thanks & Mentions:

Samuel J. Levine in, Rodger Citron, Herman Melville's Billy Budd: Why This Classic Law and Literature Novel Endures and Is Still Relevant Today, 36 Touro L. Rev. 17 (2020); Robert F. Cochran, Jr., Jesus and the Mosaic Law: Agapic Love As the Foundation and Objective of Law, 36 TOURO L. REV. 23 (2020); Randy Lee, Reflections on Jewish and American Disability Law and on the God Who Makes All Things Good, 36 TOURO L. REV. 149 (2020); Keith Sharfman, Economic Analysis of Jewish Law, 36 TOURO L. REV. 231 (2020); Amos Israel-Vleeschhouwer, From Political Hebraism and Jewish Law to the Comparative Paradigm, 36 TOURO L. REV. 263 (2020);

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