Samuel J. Levine, Repentance, Forgiveness, and Atonement in Jewish Law and Philosophy and American Legal Thought, CANOPY FORUM (Feb. 25, 2020).
Michael Lewyn, The Vacancy Myth, PLANETIZEN (Feb. 10, 2020).
John Linarelli (with Orkun Akseli), THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL LAW (Hart 2020).
Patricia E. Salkin, From the Classroom to the Presidency: Legal Educators Tapped to Run the Campus, 51(2) SYLLABUS (ABA Winter 2020).
Sol Wachtler, Streamline New York's Court System, NEWSDAY (Feb. 14, 2020).
Joan Foley, was re-elected to the Executive Committee of the AALS Section on Aging & the Law (Jan. 2020).
Samuel J. Levine, was appointed new Chair of the AALS Section on Jewish Law & continuing Chair of the Fred C. Zacharias Prize for Scholarship in Professional Responsibility, awarded annually by the AALS Section on Professional Responsibility (Jan. 2020).
Meredith R. Miller, was appointed by the District Leader for the Manhattan Democrats to be Administrator of the Independent Screening Panel for Judicial Candidates for New York County Civil Court (Feb. 11, 2020).
Samuel J. Levine, Touro Law School’s Central Islip Cemetery Restoration Project, North Shore Jewish Center, Port Jefferson Station, NY (Feb. 2, 2020).
Samuel J. Levine, presenter, Neurodiversity in the Torah, Touro Law Center (Feb. 25, 2020).
Samuel J. Levine, moderator, Urban Planning and Accessibility, Symposium: Urban Cities and Accessibility, Fordham Law School (Feb. 14, 2020).
Meredith R. Miller, presenter, The Role of Bar Associations in Our Diverse Communities, New York Court of Appeals, Albany, NY (Feb. 14, 2020).
Michelle Zakarin, presenter, ABA Women Rainmakers Committee Symposium: Closing the Legal Tech Gender Gap, 2020 Women of Legal Tech Summit, Chicago-Kent Law School (Feb. 26, 2020).
Elena Langan, was quoted in, I On Politics: Addabbo Promotes Flex Time Law Program at Touro, QUEENS GAZETTE (Feb. 19, 2020).
Meredith R. Miller, was mentioned in, Judge Chin Honored by Network of Bar Leaders, N.Y.L.J. (Feb. 7, 2020).
Ken Rosenblum, was quoted in, Carl MacGowan, Works of a Painter who Died in Obscurity Are now a Voice of Black Culture, NEWSDAY (Feb. 20, 2020).
Harold I. Abramson, A Fifth Branch of Government: The Private Regulators and their Constitutionality, 16 HASTINGS CONST. L. Q. 165 (1989), Brief of Plaintiffs-Appellees/Cross-Appellants, State of Texas, et. al. v. Rettig (Commissioner of the I.R.S.), et. al., 2020 WL 525441 (C.A.5 2020).
Laura Gaston Dooley, Our Juries, Our Selves: The Power, Perception, and Politics of the Civil Jury, 80 CORNELL L. REV. 325 (1995), was cited in, Carleen M. Zubrzycki, Punitive Damages in an Era of Consolidated Power, 98 N.C. L. REV. 315 (2020).
Deseriee A. Kennedy (with Breger, Zuccardy & Elkins), NY LAW OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (3d ed), was cited in, Michael J. Hutter, Excited Utterances and the Quest For Reliability, Redux, N.Y.L.J. (Feb. 3, 2020).
Richard Klein, Due Process Denied: Judicial Coercion in the Plea Bargaining Process, 32 HOFSTRA L. REV. 1349 (2004), was cited in, Jenia I. Turner, Plea Bargaining and Disclosure in Germany and the United States: Comparative Lessons, 57 WM. & MARY L. REV. 1549 (2016).
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 (2016), was cited in, Logan Sawyer, Reform Prosecutors and Separation of Powers, 72 OKLA. L. REV. 603 (2020).
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), was cited in, Eli Wald, In-House Pay: Are Salaries, Stock Options, and Health Benefits A "Fee" Subject to A Reasonableness Requirement and Why the Answer Constitutes the Opening Shot in A Class War Between Lawyer-Employees and Lawyer-Profession, 20 NEV. L.J. 243 (2019).
Meredith Miller, Corporate Codes of Conduct and Working Conditions in the Global Supply Chain, in The Business and Human Rights Landscape, Moving Forward, Looking Back (Cambridge Univ. Press 2016), was cited in, Jena Martin, Professor of Law (West Virginia Univ.), SEC Comments On Rulemaking (Feb. 3, 2020).
Jorge R. Roig, Emerging Technologies and Dwindling Speech, 16 U. PENN. J. CONST. LAW 1235 (2013), was cited in, Watt Lesley Black, Jr. & Elizabeth A. Shaver, The First Amendment, Social Media, and the Public Schools: Emergent Themes and Unanswered Questions, 20 NEV. L.J. 1 (2019).
Patricia E. Salkin, Crime Doesn't Pay and Neither Do Conflicts of Interest in Land Use Decisionmaking, 40 URB. LAW. 561 (2008) & Patricia E. Salkin, Municipal Ethics Remain a Hot Topic in Litigation: A 1999 Survey of Issues in Ethics for Municipal Lawyers, 14 BYU J. PUB. L. 209 (2000), were cited in, Kellen Zale, Part-Time Government, 80 OHIO ST. L.J. 987 (2019).
Hal Abramson, is currently in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by total new downloads within the last 12 months.
Richard Klein, 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 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, is currently in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by total new downloads within the last 12 months.
John Linarelli, is currently in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by total new downloads within the last 12 months.
Patricia E. Salkin, is currently in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by total new downloads within the last 12 months.
Samuel J. Levine, WAS YOSEF ON THE SPECTRUM? (Urim Pubs 2018), was reviewed in, Majia Nedesan, Review of "Was Yosef on the Spectrum”, 9 CAN. J. DISABILITY STUD. 181 (2020).