Publications:

Ilene S. Cooper, A Review of Notable Decisions as the Year Comes to an End, N.Y.L.J. (Dec. 5, 2022).

Ilene S. Cooper, The Start of a New Year, N.Y.L.J. (Feb. 6, 2022).

Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus, Mastering the Law School Exam (2d ed. 2023).

Michael Lewyn, Is Exclusionary Zoning a Good Thing?, Planetizen (Jan. 3, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, Density as a Scapegoat, Planetizen (Jan. 17, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, YIMBYs and Liberals, Market Urbanism (Jan. 16, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, Herbert Hoover Reconsidered, Market Urbanism (Jan. 23, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, The Conspiracy Theory of Rent Increases, Market Urbanism (Jan. 30, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, Does Democracy Justify Zoning?, 51 Real Est. L.J. 95 (2022).

Michael Lewyn, Intentional Discrimination and Haredi Jews, 51 Real Est. L.J. 25 (2022).

Michael Lewyn, Learning Loss and Urban Schools, Planetizen (Feb. 1, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, Jane Jacobs and Zoning, Planetizen (Feb. 21, 2023).

Cynara Hermes McQuillan, Limiting Limited Liability: Requiring More than Mere Subsequence under Federal Rule of Evidence 407, 102 Bos. Univ. L. Rev. 2497 (Dec. 2022).

Martin A. Schwartz, Second Circuit Tackles Police Canine Force, N.Y.L.J. (Jan. 3, 2023).

Dan Subotnik, Is Social Justice a Corporate Scam?, CLS (Columbia Law School) Blue Sky Blog (Feb. 14, 2023).

Sol Wachtler, Progressives Erred on Chief Judge Pick, Newsday (Jan. 31, 2023).

Honors, Awards & Appointments:

Joan Foley, Chair, Aging and the Law Section, AALS (2023).

Richard Klein, Executive Board, International Human Rights Law Section, AALS (2023).

 

Presentations:

Sara Berman, speaker (Call for Papers), Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession, co-sponsored by Academic Support & Community Economic Development, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 6, 2023).

Rodger D. Citron, commentator, Administrative Law, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 7, 2023).

Rodger D. Citron, participant, AALS Discussion Group, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 7, 2023).

Tiffany C. Graham, speaker (Call for Papers), Women in Legal Education: Emerging Voices in Feminist Theory, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 7, 2023).

Tiffany C. Graham, speaker, Symposium Panel: How Law Schools Can Make a Difference: DEI work in the Curriculum, in the Classroom, and in the Courtroom, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 6, 2023).

Samuel Levine, speaker, Legal History: Legacies of Exclusion in Legal Education and Licensing, co-sponsored by Jewish Law, Law Professors with Disabilities and Allies, Professional Responsibility & Women in Legal Education, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 4, 2023).

John Linarelli, speaker (Call for Papers), Comparative Law Works-in-Progress on the Cutting Edge of a Plural & Global World Disorder, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 6, 2023).

John Linarelli, speaker, Comparative Law Panel, co-sponsored by East Asian Law & Society, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 4, 2023).

Ken Rosenblum, speaker, Veteran Intercepts in the Criminal Justice System Webinar Series:  Intercepts 0-1, National Institute of Corrections, foreignaffairs.co.nz (Feb. 8, 2023).

Lauren Roth, presenter (works-in-progress), Administrative Law, AALS Annual Meeting (Jan. 7, 2023).

Patricia E. Salkin, book talk, May It Please the Campus: Lawyers Leading Higher Education, Women’s Leadership Initiative & the Government Law Center, Albany Law School (Jan. 30, 2023).

Media:

Rodger D. Citron, moderator, Professor Michael Lewyn on Zoning and The Bar Exam, Touro Law Review Podcast (Feb. 14, 2023).

Samuel J. Levine, interview, Care4Autism (Feb. 22, 2023).

Samuel Levine, interview, Understanding the Autism Spectrum, Making a Difference in Mental Health Show (Jan. 10, 2023).

Samuel Levine, quoted, An Inspired Partnership to Employ Autistic Adults, Jerusalem Post (Jan. 19, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, interview, Professor Michael Lewyn on Zoning and The Bar Exam, Touro Law Review Podcast (Feb. 14, 2023).

John Linarelli, interview, John Linarelli (Touro) on Legal Education in the U.S. and U.K., Talking Legal Ed (Feb. 20, 2023).

Patricia E. Salkin, interview, Transitioning into University Provosts and Presidents with Patricia E. Salkin, Aspen Leading Edge (Feb. 20, 2023).

Peter Zablotsky, moderator, What Is It like to Argue a Case Before the United States Supreme Court?, Touro Law Review Podcast (Feb. 22, 2023).

 

Citations:

Harold I. AbramsonA Fifth Branch of Government: The Private Regulators & Their Constitutionality, 16 Hastings Const. L.Q. 165 (1989), was cited in, Dorothy S. Lund, Asset Managers as Regulators, 171 U. Pa. L. Rev. 77 (2022).

Hal Abramson, The New Singapore Mediation Convention: The Process and Key Choices, 20 Cardozo J. Conflict Resol. 1037 (2019), was cited in, Mary Walker & Lim Tat, The Introduction of the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation: The Third Piece in the International Framework of Dispute Resolution, 15 Disp. Resol. Int'l 153 (2021).

Sara Berman, et al., The Bar Exam and the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Need for Immediate Action, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3559060 [https://perma.cc/2G5K-J3FQ], was cited in, Scott Johns, Putting the Bar Exam on Constitutional Notice: Cut Scores, Race & Ethnicity, and the Public Good, 45 Seattle U. L. Rev. 853 (2022).

Rodger D. Citron, The Last Common Law Justice: The Personal Jurisdiction Jurisprudence of Justice John Paul Stevens, 88 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 433 (2011), was cited in, Sam Heyman, Mallory v. Norfolk Southern Railway Company: The Unwarranted End of Consent to General Jurisdiction in Pennsylvania, 95 Temp. L. Rev. 169 (2022).

Laura G. DooleySounds of Silence on the Civil Jury, 26 Val. U. L. Rev. 405 (1991), was cited in, Vivian N. Rotenstein & Valerie P. Hans, Gentlewomen of the Jury, 29 Mich. J. Gender & L. 243 (2022).

Tal Kastner, Systemic Risk of Contract, 47 BYU L. Rev. 451 (2021), was cited in, Spencer Williams, Contract Maps, 91 UMKC L. Rev. 343 (2022).

Tal Kastner (& Ethan J. Leib), Contract Creep, 107 Geo. L. J. 1277 (2019), was cited in, Plaintiff’s Trial Brief, Advance Trust & Life Escrow Services, Lta v. Security Life of Denver Ins. Co., 1:18cv1897, 2023 U.S. Dist. Ct. Motions Lexis 12332 (D. Colo. Jan. 12, 2023).

Eileen R. Kaufman, et al., The Bar Exam and the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Need for Immediate Action, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3559060 [https://perma.cc/2G5K-J3FQ], was cited in, Scott Johns, Putting the Bar Exam on Constitutional Notice: Cut Scores, Race & Ethnicity, and the Public Good, 45 Seattle U. L. Rev. 853 (2022).

Desiree A. Kennedy, Access Law Schools and Diversifying the Profession, 92 Temp. L. Rev. 799 (2020), was cited in, Ronald J. Krotoszynski, Jr., On the Importance of Being Earnest: Contrasting the Dangers of Makeweights with the Virtues of Judicial Candor in Constitutional Adjudication, 74 Ala. L. Rev. 243 (2022).

Desiree A. Kennedy, Access Law Schools and Diversifying the Profession, 92 Temp. L. Rev. 799 (2020), was cited in, Carla D. Pratt, Radical Reformation: Diverse Pathways to Attorney Licensure Will Yield a More Diverse Profession, 23 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 177 (2021).

Richard D. KleinThe Constitutionalization of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, 58 Md. L. Rev. 1433 (1999), was cited in, Brief for the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania, et al. as Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioner/Appellant, Commonwealth of Pa. v. Smoot, No. 27-34, 2022 WL 18540598 (Pa. May 19, 2022).

Samuel J. LevineThe Law and the “Spirit of the Law,” 2015 Prof. Law. 1 (2015), was cited in, ABA Comm. on Ethics & Pro. Resp., Formal Op. 502 (2022) (discussing communication with a represented person by a pro se lawyer).

Samuel J. LevineRethinking the Supreme Court’s Hands-Off Approach to Questions of Religious Practice and Belief, 25 Fordham Urb. L.J. 85 (1997), was cited in, David A. Doty & Mark E. Chopko, Work with What You Have – Navigating Religious Accommodations in the American Vaccine Era, 64 J. Church & State 600 (2022).

Samuel J. Levine, The Supreme Court’s Hands-Off Approach to Religious Doctrine: An Introduction, 84 Notre Dame L. Rev. 793 (2009), was cited in, Anna Offit, Religious Convictions, 101 N.C. L. Rev. 271 (2023).

Samuel J. Levine, Untold Stories of Goldman v. Weinberger: Religious Freedom Confronts Military Uniformity, 66 A.F. L. Rev. 205 (2010), was cited in, Joshua E. Kastenberg, Commander-in-Chief Authority and the Religious Rights of Service Members in Crisis Times: The Vaccine Mandate as a Call for Reincorporating the Standing Army Fears in Jurisprudence and Depoliticizing the Bench, 83 La. L. Rev. 1 (2022).

Samuel J. Levine, Was Yosef on the Spectrum? Understanding Joseph Through Torah, Midrash, and Classical Jewish Sources (Urim 2019), was cited in, Rabbi Laurie Green, Was Joseph Autistic?, Wash. Jewish Week (Dec. 15, 2022).

Samuel J. Levine, Disciplinary Regulation of Prosecutorial Discretion: What Would a Rule Look Like?, 16 Ohio State J. Crim. L. 347 (2019), was cited in, Juliano Carvalho Atoji, Control over the Performance of the Public Ministry and the System Adopted by Article 28 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (2022) (Dissertation Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo Law School).

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, Charista Elliani, The Independence of the Court in the Maelstrom of Political Conflict (2023).

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, Brief for the Legal Ethics Scholars as Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondent, State v. Fulton, No. SC998132023, 2023WL 2337644 (Mo. Jan. 13, 2023).

Michael Lewyn, Is Exclusionary Zoning a Good Thing?, Planetizen (Jan. 3, 2023), was discussed in, Abby Kinney & Chuck Marohn, People Move to Places with Zoning Laws, Ergo Zoning Is Good?, Strong Towns (Podcast) (Jan. 11, 2023).

Michael LewynHow City Hall Causes Sprawl: A Case Study, 30 Ecology L.Q. 189 (2003), was cited in, Christopher R. Leslie, Food Deserts, Racism, and Antitrust Law, 110 Cal. L. Rev. 1717 (2022).

Michael LewynCharacter Counts: The “Character of the Government Action” in Regulatory Takings Actions, 40 Seton Hall L. Rev. 597 (2010), was cited in, Jonathan Houghton, Hertha L. Lund & Ben Stormes, Avoiding the Pitfalls When Trying a Penn Central Case, in Eminent Domain and Land Valuation Litigation 2023, CE003 Ali-Cle 923 (Feb. 2, 2023).

John Linarelli, (Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Jason Haynes & Antonius Hippolyte, The Coloniality of International Investment Law in the Commonwealth Caribbean, 72 Int’l & Comp. L. Q. 105 (2023).

John Linarelli, (Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Ofonmbuk Esther Ekong, The Role of Intellectual Property Rights as a Development Tool for Women Entrepreneurs in Third World Countries: The Case of the Cosmetics Sector in Nigeria (2023) (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Ottawa).

John Linarelli, (Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Habip Ünyilmaz, Forced Force of International Law (2022) (Ph.D. Thesis, Bursa Uludag University).

John Linarelli, (Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Swati S. Parmar, An Anticolonial Dream Against the Disaffection and Dissonance: Teaching the (Other) International Law in India, 20 Indonesian J. Int’l L. _ (2023).

John Linarelli, Artificial General Intelligence and Contract, 24 Uniform L. Rev. 330 (2019), was cited in, Ana Perestrelo de Oliveira, Smart Contracts (2023).

John Linarelli, A Philosophy of Contract Law for Artificial Intelligence: Shared Intentionality, in Contracting and Contract Law in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (2022), was cited in, Paweł Księżak & Sylwia Wojtczak, Consent, in Toward a Conceptual Network for the Private Law of Artificial Intelligence (Springer, 2023).

John Linarelli, (Stephen L. Schwarcz & Ignacio Tirado), Financial Inclusion, Access to Credit and Sustainable Finance, 84 Law & Contemp. Probs. I (2021), was cited in, Salma Nurhalida, The Role of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) on Profitability in the Indonesian Banking Sector, Contemporary Studies in Economic, Finance and Banking (2023).

John Linarelli, (Stephen L. Schwarcz & Ignacio Tirado), Financial Inclusion, Access to Credit and Sustainable Finance, 84 Law & Contemp. Probs. I (2021), was cited in, Barrantes Pacompia & Marcous Ronaldo, Impact of Formalization on Profitability in Types of Groceries in Puno (2022) (Thesis, César Vallejo University).

Meredith Miller, Contract Law, Party Sophistication and the New Formalism, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 493 (2010), was cited in, Charles Gandelman, Whose Bread Is It Anyway? Analyzing the Enforceability of Mechirat Chametz Under American Contract Law, 97 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 471 (2022).

Meredith MillerContract Law, Party Sophistication and the New Formalism, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 496 (2010), was cited in, Edward S. Adams, The Judicial System’s Unjust Relationship with Attorney-Client Privilege: How Judges Knowingly (and Erroneously) Abrogate Important Contractual Arrangements in Corporate Transactions, 11 Mich. Bus. & Entrepreneurial L. Rev. 201 (2022).

Jeffrey B. Morris (& Richard B. Morris), Encyclopedia of American History (7th ed. 1996), was cited in, Sponsors Memo (Kavanagh), S.B. 2979 (N.Y. Jan. 26, 2023).

Deborah Waire Post, Power and the Morality of Grading--A Case Study and a Few Critical Thoughts on Grade Normalization, 65 UMKC L. Rev. 777 (1997), was cited in, DeShun Harris, Let's Talk About Grading, Maybe: Using Transparency About the Grading Process to Aid in Student Learning, 45 Seattle U. L. Rev. 805 (2022).

Deborah Waire Post, Power and the Morality of Grading--A Case Study and a Few Critical Thoughts on Grade Normalization, 65 UMKC L. Rev. 777 (1997), was cited in, L. Danielle Tully, What Law Schools Should Leave Behind, 2022 Utah L. Rev. 837 (2022).

Jorge R. Roig, Decoding First Amendment Coverage of Computer Source Code in the Age of YouTube, Facebook, and the Arab Spring, 68 N.Y.U. Ann. Surv. Am. L. 319 (2012), was cited in, Brief of Microsoft Corp. as Amicus Curiae in Support of Respondent, Gonzalez v. Google LLC, No. 21-1333, 2023 WL 387486 (U.S. Jan. 19, 2023).

Patricia E. Salkin, et al., The Bar Exam and the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Need for Immediate Action, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3559060 [https://perma.cc/2G5K-J3FQ], was cited in, Scott Johns, Putting the Bar Exam on Constitutional Notice: Cut Scores, Race & Ethnicity, and the Public Good, 45 Seattle U. L. Rev. 853 (2022).

Patricia E. Salkin, N.Y. Zoning Law & Practice (2021), was cited in, Michael Lewyn, Zoning and Land Use Planning Does Democracy Justify Zoning?, 51 Real Est. L.J. 95 (2022).

Patricia E. Salkin, N.Y. Zoning Law & Practice (2021), was cited in, Steven Ferrey, Flipped Constitutional Supremacy: Inferior Local Law Blocking Federal Policy, 2023 Utah L. Rev. 65 (2023).

Patricia E. Salkin (& Ashira Pelman Ostrow), Cooperative Federalism and Wind: A New Framework for Achieving Sustainability, 37 Hofstra L. Rev. 1049 (2009), was cited in, Charles W. Tyler & Heather K. Gerken, The Myth of the Laboratories of Democracy, 122 Colum. L. Rev. 2187 (2022).

Patricia E. Salkin, Zoning Reformed: A Conversation with Professor Michael Allan Wolf, 71 U. Kan. L. Rev. 291 (2022), was cited in, Michael Allan Wolf, A Respectful Rejoinder to Two Zoning Legends, 71 U. Kan. L. Rev. 305 (2022).

Patricia E. Salkin, American Law of Zoning (5th ed., 2002), was cited in, Nathan A. Cummings, Septic Shock: Wastewater Infrastructure, Urban Growth, and Local Exclusion, 41 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 170 (2022).

Patricia E. Salkin, American Law of Zoning (5th ed. 2021), was cited in, Calvin Reeh, De Facto Zoning of Non-Residential Residence: How Los Angeles's Land-Use Laws Regulate and Exacerbate the Urban Homelessness Crisis, 54 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 421 (2022).

Patricia E. Salkin, Mandatory Requirements, in American Law of Zoning (5th ed. 2022), was cited in, Save Calusa, Inc. v. Miami-Dade Cnty., No. 3D22-1296, 2023 WL 1430979 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. Feb. 1, 2023).

Patricia E. Salkin, Understanding Community Benefit Agreements: Opportunities and Traps for Developers, Municipalities and Community Organizations, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1025724 (Oct. 29, 2007), was cited in, Unleashing America’s Energy and Mineral Potential, Hearing Before H. Comm. on Natural Resources Committee, 2023 WLNR 4926032 (Feb. 8, 2023) (testimony by Dana Johnson, Senior Director of Strategy and Federal Policy, WE ACT for Environmental Justice).

Martin A. Schwartz (& Kathryn R. Urbonya), Section 1983 Litigation (Fed. Jur. Ctr., 2d ed. 2008), was cited in, Brief for Appellants, Woods v. Harris Cnty., No. 22-20482, 2023 WL 1553629 (5th Cir. Jan. 24, 2023).

Martin A. Schwartz, Section 1983 Litigation (Fed. Jur. Ctr., 3d ed. 2014), was cited in, Peterson v. City of Yakima, No. 1:18-CV-3136-RMP, 2020 WL 13627641 (E.D. Wash. Jan. 23, 2020).

Marjorie A. SilverWork & Well-beingin Learning from Practice: A Text for Experiential Education (Leah Wortham et al. eds., 3d ed., 2016), was cited in, Mark L. Jones, Grabbing the Bull by the Horns: Jurisprudential, Ethical, and Other Lessons for Lawyers and Law Students in the Immigration Labyrinth and Beyond, 45 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 381 (2023).

Marjorie A. Silver, The Uses and Abuses of Informal Procedures in Federal Civil Rights Enforcement, 55 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 482 (1987), was cited in, Katherine Macfarlane, Section 1983 Dealmaking, 97 Tul. L. Rev. 1 (2022).

Theodore SilverOne Hundred Years of Harmful Error: The Historical Jurisprudence of Medical Malpractice, 1992 Wis. L. Rev. 1193 (1992), was cited in, Brief for Amicus Curiae Institute for Justice in Support of Reversal, McDonald v. Lawson, Nos. 22-56220, 22-55069, 2023 WL 1930520 (C.A.9 Feb. 2, 2023).

Dan Subotnik, Does Testing = Race Discrimination?: Ricci, the Bar Exam, the LSAT, and the Challenge to Learning, 8 U. Mass. L. Rev. 332 (2013), was cited in, Rory Bahadur, Law School Rankings and the Impossibility of Anti-Racism, 53 St. Mary's L.J. 991 (2022).

Dan Subotnik, Do Law Schools Mistreat Women Faculty? Or, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, 44 Akron L. Rev. 867 (2011), was cited in, Keerthana Nunna, W. Nicholson Price II & Jonathan Tietz, Hierarchy, Race, and Gender in Legal Scholarly Networks, 75 Stan. L. Rev. 71 (2023).

Dan Subotnik, Does Testing = Race Discrimination?: Ricci, the Bar Exam, the LSAT, and the Challenge to Learning, 8 U. Mass. L. Rev. 332 (2013), Christopher J. Ryan, Jr. & Derek T. Muller, The Secret Sauce: Examining Law Schools That Overperform on the Bar Exam, 75 Fla. L. Rev. 65 (2023).

Sol Wachtler (& Keri Bagala), From the Asylum to Solitary: Transinstitutionalization, 77 Alb. L. Rev. 915 (2014), was cited in, Sheila E. Shea & Joseph A. Glazer, 50 Years After Willowbrook: Mental Disabilities and the Law in New York, 95 N.Y. St. B.J. 17 (Jan/Feb 2023).

Peter ZablotskyMixing Oil and Water: Reconciling the Substantial Factor and Result-Within-The-Risk Approaches to Proximate Cause, 56 Clev. St. L. Rev. 1003 (2008), was cited in, Anat Lior, The "Accident Network": A Network Theory Analysis of Proximate Causation, 106 Marq. L. Rev. 377 (2022).

Book Reviews:

Patricia E. Salkin, May it Please the Campus: Lawyers Leading Higher Education (Touro Univ. Press 2022), was noted in, David Lat, Lat's Legal Library (02.2023), Original Jurisdiction (Feb. 24, 2023).

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