Faculty Information

  • Biography

    B.A., Oberlin College
    J.D., Loyola Law School, Los Angeles (editor-in-chief, Law Review; executive editor, Loyola International and Comparative Law Journal)

    Staff attorney with the Division of Enforcement of the Securities and Exchange Commission before joining Albany Law School in 1989. Previously practiced with Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro in San Francisco.



  • The Incense Maker, 37 (No. 2) The Chariton Review 51 (Fall 2014)

  • Author of LOVE BENEATH THE NAPALM (University of Notre Dame Press 2013) (Winner of the Notre Dame Review Book Prize)University of Notre Dame Press

  • The Angel of the Tenderloin, 36 Notre Dame Review(Summer/Fall 2013), pp. 6-16.redwood.pdf

  • To Make or to Mar: The Supreme Court Turns Away Another Securities Law Plaintiff, 14 University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 463 (2012)papers.cfm

  • The Summer Associate, 33 Notre Dame Review 42 (Winter/Spring 2012) papers.cfm

  • Brother Daniel's Roses, 29 Notre Dame Review 44 (Winter/Spring 2010)papers.cfm

  • Anton Chekhov's 'Home' and 'A Visit to Friends': The Dichotomy Between the Personal and the Professional, or the Lawyer Subjectified and Objectified, 39 Stetson Law Review 47 (Fall 2009)papers.cfm

  • Managing Editor, New York Business Law Journal, Vol. 10-continuing, (2006-continuing)

  • The Stamp Collector, 125 TriQuarterly 159 (2006)papers.cfm

  • The Black Phantom, 72 (no. 4) North Dakota Quarterly 120 (Fall 2005) papers.cfm

  • Love Beneath the Napalm, 19 Notre Dame Review13 (2005), to be reprinted in NDR: THE FIRST TEN YEARS (Notre Dame University Press) (forthcoming) papers.cfm

  • The Photograph, XXVI (no. 4) The Kenyon Review 85 (2004)papers.cfm

  • Book Review, reviewing Lander, U.S. SECURITIES REGULATION: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GOING PUBLIC, LISTING, REPORTING AND PRIVATE PLACEMENTS (Institutional Investor Books, 2003), 8 (no. 1) New York Business Law Journal 43 (2004)

  • The Son Returns, 26 (no. 2) Black Warrior Review 166 (2000)papers.cfm

  • Book Review, reviewing Lander, U.S. SECURITIES LAW FOR INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND CAPITAL MARKETS (West Group, 1999), 4 (no. 1) New York Business Law Journal 41 (2000)

  • Numbers, 75 Virginia Quarterly Review 385 (1999)papers.cfm

  • Editor, New York Business Law Journal, Vol. 1 – 9, (Spring 1998-Spring 2006)

  • FEDERAL SECURITIES LAWS: SELECTED STATUTES, RULES AND FORMS, (Merrill/Magnus Publishing Corporation, 1998) (Editor, with Edward S. Adams and Leonard J. Long)

  • Toward a More Enlightened Securities Jurisprudence in the Supreme Court? Don't Bank on It Anytime Soon, 32 Houston Law Review 3 (1995), reprinted in 28 Securities Law Review 355 (1996)papers.cfm

  • PROXY RULES HANDBOOK, (Merrill/Magnus Publishing Corporation, 1995) (with Edward S. Adams and Leonard J. Long)

  • Whacko's Last Campaign, Footwork: The Paterson Literary Review 130, Issue 23-24, (1994)papers.cfm

  • Mai Linh, 1(no.6) Maryland Review 65 (1993/1994)papers.cfm

  • Mother Kiet, 9 Grasslands Review 19 (1993)papers.cfm

  • Doc, IX (no. 1) Roanoke Review 26 (1993), reprinted in 1 (no. 1) Albany Literary Review 1 (1993)papers.cfm

  • Singhat Lee's Finest Hour, 1 (no. 2) Luna Negra 32 (1993)papers.cfm

  • The Conspiracy of Law and the State in Anatole France's "Crainquebille," or Law and Literature Comes of Age, 24 Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal 179 (1993)papers.cfm

  • Qualitative Materiality under the SEC Rules and the Fifth Amendment: A Disclosure Accident Waiting to Happen or Two Ships Passing by Night? 1992 Wisconsin Law Review 315papers.cfm

  • Breakwater Days, 13 (no. 2) Cape Cod Life 42 (1991)papers.cfm

  • Note, Dames & Moore v. Regan : Congressional Power over Foreign Affairs Held Hostage by Executive Agreement with Iran, 15 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 249 (1982)papers.cfm

Forthcoming Publications

  • When the War Ended, 40 Notre Dame Review (forthcoming June 2015)

Selected Achievements

  • Professor James Redwood’s book Love Beneath the Napalm (University of Notre Dame Press), a collection of short stories, was reviewed in the May/June 2014 issue of the American Book Review.

  • Professor James Redwood's book "Love Beneath the Napalm" is a finalist for the 16th Annual Foreword Reviews Book of the Year Award in the Short Stories category.
  • Professor James Redwood discussed his award-winning short story collection Love Beneath the Napalm at the New York State Writers Institute.

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