Government Law Center Fellow Testifies Before Assembly About Judicial Selection

GLC Fellow Testifies About Judicial Selection

12/15/2006 | Facebook | Twitter | Email

Luke Bierman, Fellow in Government Law and Policy at Albany Law School's Government Law Center, testified today before the New York State Assembly Judiciary Committee about the selection of state Supreme Court justices.

Bierman, a national expert on the judicial process, has published and lectured widely on state courts and state constitutional law. He taught constitutional law and civil liberties as a visiting associate professor at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, and as an adjunct at Trinity College in Connecticut, the University at Albany and Northwestern University School of Law. He is an elected member of the American Law Institute and serves on the board of directors of the Justice at Stake Campaign. He also is a senior consulting editor of State Constitutional Commentary published by Albany Law School and the associate editor of Justice System Journal published by the National Center for State Courts.

Read Luke Bierman's prepared testimony.​​​