March 2022

Publications:

Tal Kastner, Systemic Risk of Contract, 47 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 451 (2022).

Michael Lewyn, Do HOAs Justify Zoning?, Market Urbanism  (Mar. 20, 2022).

Michael Lewyn, The Political Compass of Housing and Urbanism, Planetizen (Mar. 25, 2022).

Michael Lewyn, Reasons to Be a Census Skeptic, Market Urbanism (Mar. 28, 2022).

Michael Lewyn, Traffic Deaths in Cities and Suburbs, a 2020s Update, Planetizen (Mar. 14, 2022).

Michael Lewyn, Which Transportation Technologies Do We Want? Review, New Mobilities-Smart Planning for Emerging Transportation Technologies by Todd Litman (Island Press 2021), 50 Real Est. L.J. 645 (2022).

Michael Lewyn, The Limits of Equity, 50 Real Est. L.J. 554 (2021).

Martin Schwartz, How Courts Determine the Constitutionality of Police Use of Deadly Force, N.Y.L.J. (Mar. 1, 2022).

Sol Wachtler, Lent: A Time for Reflection, N.Y.L.J. (Mar. 14, 2022).

Presentations:

Sara Berman, MPTs and Learning Outcomes, Mercer University School of Law (Feb. 2022).

Roger Citron, Supreme Court 2020-21 Term, Suffolk Academy of Law (Mar. 2, 2022).

Tiffany Graham, Integrating Doctrine and Diversity Speaker Series: Making Changes, Making Mistakes, CUNY School of Law (Mar. 2, 2022).

Samuel Levine, Criminalizing Disability, Disability Cultural Center, Syracuse University (Mar. 1, 2022).

Samuel Levine, moderator, Securing Religious Freedom: The Eruv Litigations, Touro Talks, Jewish Law Institute, Touro Law Center (Mar. 9, 2022).

Michael Lewyn, Avoiding Zoning Conflicts Through ‘Smart Growth’ Strategies for Haredim, “Law vs. Antisemitism" Conference, IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law (Mar. 14, 2022).

Michael Lewyn, Land Use Regulation and Orthodox Jews, A Celebration of Jewish Ideas, Limmud North America (Mar. 3, 2022).

John Linarelli, Artificial Intelligence and the Law, Law Review Symposium, Northern Kentucky University (Mar. 24, 2022).

Tal Kastner, moderator, The Age of Boilerplate: Agreement and Agency in American Law and Literature, Touro Law Center (Mar. 2, 2022).

Meredith Miller, Law Student Mentoring Session: Sharing Experiences and Tips to Sustain Your Legal Career, Asian American Bar Association of New York and Network of Bar Leaders (Mar. 2, 2022).

Media:

Rodger Citron, moderator, A Discussion of a Civil Action, Touro Law review Blog Podcast (Mar. 4, 2022).

Laura Dooley, moderator, A Discussion of a Civil Action, Touro Law review Blog Podcast (Mar. 4, 2022).

Deseriee Kennedy, moderator, A Discussion of a Civil Action, Touro Law review Blog Podcast (Mar. 4, 2022).

Michael Lewyn, moderator, A Discussion with Leaders of Families for Safe Streets, Institute of Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Podcast (Mar. 16, 2022).

Awards & Appointments:

John Linarelli, appointed, American Society of International Law Panel for Best Paper Prize for Non-Tenured Scholars in International Legal Theory (Mar. 2022).

Michelle Zakarin, awarded, Teaching Grant, Association of Legal Writing Directors (Mar. 2022).

Citations:

Harold Abramson, A Fifth Branch of Government: The Private Regulators and Their Constitutionality, 16 Hastings Const. L.Q. 165 (1989), was cited in, Susan C. Morse, Emergency Money: Lessons from the Paycheck Protection Program, 55 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 175 (2021).

Rodger Citron, (Un) Luckey v. Miller: The Case for a Structural Injunction to Improve Indigent Defense Services, 101 Yale L.J. 481 (1991), was cited in, Anne Rachel Traum, Distributed Federalism: The Transformation of Younger, 106 Cornell L. Rev. 1759 (2021).

Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus, A Response to the Society of American Law Teachers Statement on the Bar Exam, 54 J. Legal Educ. 442 (2004), was cited in, Eileen Kaufman, Carol L. Chomsky & Andrea A. Curcio, A Merritt-Orious Path for Lawyer Licensing, 82 Ohio St. L.J. 883 (2021).

Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus, A Reply to the National Conference of Bar Examiners: More Talk, No Answers, So Keep on Shopping, 44 Ohio N.U. L. Rev. 173 (2018), was cited in, Leslie C. Levin, The Politics of Bar Admission: Lessons from the Pandemic, 50 Hofstra L. Rev. 81 (2021).

Tiffany Graham, The Shifting Doctrinal Face of Immutability, 19 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 169 (2011), was cited in, Sydney Warda, EITC Correspondence Audits: An Equal Protection Issue, 70 DePaul L. Rev. 777 (2021).

Howard Glickstein, Law Schools: Where the Elite Meet to Teach, 10 Nova L. Rev. 541 (1985), was cited in, Angela Melville & Amy Barrow, Persistence Despite Change: The Academic Gender Gap in Australian Law Schools, 47 Law & Soc. Inquiry 607 (2022).

Eileen Kaufman (with Claudia Angelos, Mary Lu Bilek, Carol L. Chomsky, Andrea A. Curcio, Marsha Griggs, Joan W. Howarth, Deborah Jones Merritt, Patricia Salkin & Judith Welch Wegner), Licensing Lawyers in a Pandemic: Proving Competence, Harvard L. Rev. Blog (Apr. 7, 2020), was cited in, Steven Foster et. al., Closing the Law School Gap: A Collaborative Effort to Address Educational Inequities Through Free, Asynchronous Tools, 14 J. Marshall L.J. 116 (2021).

Eileen Kaufman (with Judith Welch Wegner), Comment Letter on Proposed Temporary Waiver of Bar Examination Requirement for Admission to the Minnesota Bar, Minn. App. Cts. (June 29, 2020), was cited in, Leslie C. Levin, The Politics of Bar Admission: Lessons from the Pandemic, 50 Hofstra L. Rev. 81 (2021).

Tal Kastner (with Ethan J. Leib), Contract Creep, 107 Geo. L.J. 1277 (2019), was cited in, Seth Katsuya Endo, Fee Retrenchment in Immigration Habeas, 90 Fordham L. Rev. 1489 (2022).

Deseriee Kennedy, Marketing Goods, Marketing Images: The Impact of Advertising on Race, 32 Ariz. St. L.J. 615 (2000), was cited in, Deborah R. Gerhardt, The Last Breakfast with Aunt Jemima and Its Impact on Trademark Theory, 45 Colum. J.L. & Arts 231 (2022).

Samuel 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, Selectively Disciplining Advocates, 54 Conn. L. Rev. 151 (2022).

Samuel 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) & Samuel 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), were cited in, Shima Baradaran Baughman & Megan S. Wright, Prosecutors and Mass Incarceration, 94 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1123 (2021).

Michael Lewyn, New Urbanist Zoning for Dummies, 58 Ala. L. Rev. 257 (2006), was cited in, Noah DeWitt, A Twisted Fate: How California's Premier Environmental Law Has Worsened the State's Housing Crisis, and How to Fix It, 49 Pepp. L. Rev. 413 (2022).

Michael Lewyn, Suburban Sprawl: Not Just an Environmental Issue, 84 Marq. L. Rev. 301 (2000), was cited in, Michael Swistara, A Fare Share: A Proposed Solution to Address the Racial Disparity in Access to Public Transportation Funding in America, 26 Mich. J. Race & L. 521 (2021).

John Linarelli, Artificial General Intelligence and Contract, 24 Uniform L. Rev. 330 (2019), was cited in, Anna Beckers & Gunther Teubner, Three Liability Regimes for Artificial Intelligence: Algorithmic Actants, Hybrids, Crowds (2022).

John Linarelli, Behavioral Comparative Law: Its Relevance to Global Commercial Law-Making, in The Future of Commercial Law: Ways Forward for Change and Reform (Oxford 2019), was cited in, Giuseppe Bellantuono & Umberto Izzo, IL Rapporto Tra Diritto, Economia E Altri Saperi: La Rivincita del Diritto (The Relationship between Law, Economics and Other Knowledge) (Editoriale Scientifica, 2022).

John Linarelli, International Law Ten Years from Now: International Trade Law: Redesigning Global Trade Institutions, 18 Sw. J. Int’l L. 75 (2011), was cited in, Andrés Téllez-Núñez, Comercio Internacional y Justicia como Sinónimos de Bienestar (International Trade and Justice as Synonyms of Well-Being), 79 Estudios de Derecho 173 (2022).

John Linarelli (with Chi Carmody & Frank J. Garcia) Global Justice and International Economic Law (2011), was cited in, Georgios I. Zekos, Politics Versus Law, in Political, Economic and Legal Effects of Artificial Intelligence (2022).

John Linarelli (with Sue Arrowsmith & Don Wallace Jr.), Regulating Public Procurement: National and International Perspectives (Kluwer 2000), was cited in, Howard Haase, Karl Harley, Thompson Von Rotteck, & Evans Kirstein, Dealing with Corruption in Public Procurement, 2(1) Rev. Bus. Acct. & Fin. 52 (2022).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Salamah Ansari, Deva Prasad M. & R. Rajesh Babu, Fixing the Collective Action Problem in Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Significance of Global South Solidarity, Third World Q. (2022).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Carmen G. Gonzalez, Climate Lawyers as Movement Lawyers (and Vice Versa), 115 Am. Soc'y Int'l L. Proc. 207 (2021).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Diane A. Desierto, Coming Full Circle on Human Rights in the Global Economy: International Economic Law Tools to Realize the Right to Development, 18 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. 1 (2021).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Nora Götzmann, Joanna Bourke Martignoni, Bonita Meyersfeld, & Harpreet Kaur, From Formalism to Feminism: Gender, Business and Human Rights, 7 Bus. Hum. Rts. J. 1 (2022).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Benjamin Mason Meier, Judith Bueno de Mesquita & Caitlin R. Williams, Global Obligations to Ensure the Right to Health: Strengthening Global Health Governance to Realise Human Rights in Global Health, Y.B. Int’l Disaster L. Online (2022).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Rhys Carvosso, The Role of Disasters in Investment Arbitration, Y.B. Int’l Disaster L. Online (2022).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Sufyan Droubi, An Interdisciplinary Dialogue with the Business and Human Rights Literature, 55 Israel L.Rev. 64 (2022).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Jeremy Baskin & Sundhya Pahuja, Picturing Pedagogy: Images, Teaching, and Development, 59 Osgoode Hall L. J. 77 (2022).

John Linarelli (with Margot E. Salomon & M. Sornarajah), The Misery Of International Law: Confrontations With Injustice In The Global Economy (2018), was cited in, Mohsen al Attar & Claire Smith, Racial Capitalism and the Dialectics of Development: Exposing the Limits and Lies of International Economic Law (2022), https://ssrn.com/abstract=4023362.

Meredith Miller, Contract Law, Party Sophistication and the New Formalism, 75 Mo. L. Rev. 493 (2010), was cited in, Tal Kastner, Systemic Risk of Contract, 47 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 451 (2022).

Jorge Roig, A las Cinco de la Tarde, El Nuevo Día (Aug. 3, 2019), was cited in, Ángel L. Viera, La Judicialización de la Política y el Bloque de Poder ante el Verano 2019: El Cauce Jurídico-Institucional, 90 Rev. Jur. U.P.R. 77 (2021).

Patricia Salkin (with Claudia Angelos, Eileen Kaufman & Deborah Jones Merritt), New York's Bar Exam Changes Are Misguided--Here's a New Proposal, Bloomberg L. (2020) & Patricia Salkin (with Deborah Jones Merritt & Marsha Griggs), Courts Should Look to 3 Bar Exam Alternatives During Crisis, LAW360 (2020), were cited in, Eileen Kaufman, Carol L. Chomsky & Andrea A. Curcio, A Merritt-Orious Path for Lawyer Licensing, 82 Ohio St. L.J. 883 (2021).

Patricia Salkin (with Claudia Angelos, Mary Lu Bilek, Carol L. Chomsky, Andrea A. Curcio, Marsha Griggs, Joan W. Howarth, Eileen Kaufman, Deborah Jones Merritt & Judith Welch Wegner), Licensing Lawyers in a Pandemic: Proving Competence, Harvard L. Rev. Blog (Apr. 7, 2020), was cited in, Steven Foster et. al., Closing the Law School Gap: A Collaborative Effort to Address Educational Inequities Through Free, Asynchronous Tools, 14 J. Marshall L.J. 116 (2021).

Patricia Salkin (with Zachary Kansler), Medical Marijuana Meets Zoning: Can You Grow, Sell, and Smoke That Here?, 62 Plan. & Env't. L. 3 (2010), was cited in, Donald J. Kochan, The Regulatabilization of Cannabis, 49 Fordham Urb. L.J. 519 (2021).

Patricia Salkin, RLUIPA: Nondiscrimination and Equal Terms, Am. L. Zoning (5th ed. 2020), was cited in, Noah Kane, Treat Thy Neighbor as Thyself? Equal Protection and the Scope of RLUIPA's Equal Terms Clause, 43 Cardozo L. Rev. 823 (2021).

Martin Schwartz (with Jessica Silbey, Jack Ryan & Gail Donoghue), Analysis of Videotape Evidence in Police Misconduct Cases, 25 Touro L. Rev. 857 (2009), was cited in, Kim v. Davis, 2022 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 45474 (M.D. Pa. Mar. 15, 2022).

Martin Schwartz, Constitutional Litigation Under Section 1983 and the Bivens Doctrine in the October 2008 Term, 26 Touro L. Rev. 531 (2010), was cited in, Christiana Prater-Lee, Reformulating Graham v. Connor's Excessive Force Test to Adapt for Individuals with Disabilities, 47 Am. J.L. & Med. 477 (2021).

Martin Schwartz, Due Process and Fundamental Rights, 17 Touro L. Rev. 237 (2016), was cited in, James G. Hodge, Jr., et. al., COVID's Constitutional Conundrum: Assessing Individual Rights in Public Health Emergencies, 88 Tenn. L. Rev. 837 (2021).

Martin Schwartz, Prosecutorial Immunity Denied for ‘Fake Subpoenas,’ Fabricating Evidence and Directing Raid, Law.Com (July 6, 2020), was cited in, Ethan Levy, It's Urgent! Emergency Decision-Making, Child Welfare, and Rethinking Qualified Immunity, 2022 U. Ill. L. Rev. 411 (2022).

Martin Schwartz (with Kathryn R. Urbonya), Section 1983 Litigation, Fed. Jud. Ctr. (2008), was cited in, Mary Levine, Well, at Least They Tried: Deliberate Indifference as Prison Officials' Liability Scapegoat for Objectively Inhumane Prison Conditions during COVID-19, 27 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 77 (2022).

Martin Schwartz, Section 1983 Litigation: Claims And Defenses (4th ed. 2018), was cited in, Bianca Tomassini, Constitutional Law-Dangers of the Substantive Due Process State-Created Danger Exception-Irish v. Fowler, 27 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 167 (2022).

Martin Schwartz, Section 1983 Litigation: Claims And Defenses (4th ed. 2018), was cited in, DiAsia Dozier, Recalibrating the Graham Standard Using an Evidence-Backed, Community-Based Model, 14 Drexel L. Rev. 123 (2022).

Martin Schwartz, Section 1983 Litigation: Claims And Defenses (4th ed. Supp. 2022), was cited in, Note, Private Attorneys General and the Defendant Class Action, 135 Harv. L. Rev. 1419 (2022).

Martin Schwartz, The Preiser Puzzle: Continued Frustrating Conflict Between the Civil Rights and Habeas Corpus Remedies for State Prisoners, 37 Depaul L. Rev. 85 (1988), was cited in, Note, A Textual Argument for Challenging Conditions of Confinement Under Habeas, 135 Harv. L. Rev. 1397 (2022).

Martin Schwartz (with Karen Blum & Erwin Chemerinsky), Qualified Immunity Developments: Not Much Hope Left for Plaintiffs, 29 Touro L. Rev. 633 (2013), was cited in, Scott A. Harman-Heath, Renaming Deadly Force, 106 Cornell L. Rev. 1689 (2021).

Marjorie Silver (with Jean Koh Peters & Sanford Portnoy ), Stress, Burnout, Vicarious Trauma, and Other Emotional Realities in the Lawyer/Client Relationship: A Panel Discussion, 19 Touro L. Rev. 647 (2003), was cited in, Scott A. Harman-Heath, Renaming Deadly Force, 69 Int’l J. L. Crime & Just. 1 (2022).

Ted Silver, One Hundred Years of Harmful Error: The Historical Jurisprudence of Medical Malpractice, 1992 Wis. L. Rev. 1193 (1992), was cited in, Madeline Bergstrom, An Apple a Day Keeps Educational Malpractice Lawsuits at Bay: Applying Principles of Medical Malpractice's "Locality Rule" to Deconstruct the Academic Abstention Doctrine, 71 Am. U. L. Rev. 1105 (2022).

 

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