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Faculty Publications

Stephen Clark

Conflicts Originalism: The 'Original Content' of the Full Faith and Credit Clause and the Choice of Marriage Law, 118 West Virginia Law Review 547 (2015)
Despite Dark History of Exclusion, Laws Demand U.S. Accepts Refugees, National Law Journal (Nov. 30, 2015) (op-ed)

Patrick Connors

2015 Practice Commentaries to CPLR Article 22, Stay, Motions, Orders and Mandates; CPLR Article 23, Subpoenas, CPLR Oaths and Affirmations; CPLR Article 30, Remedies and Pleadings and CPLR Article 31: Disclosure
Any Is Too Much: Shelby County v. Holder and Diminished Citizenship, 17 BERKELEY J. AFR.-AM. L. & POL'Y 66 (2015) (simultaneously published in Journal of Race, Gender & Ethnicity)

Evelyn Tenenbaum

CURRENT ISSUES IN CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION, A Context and Practice Casebook, 2d ed. (Carolina Academic Press, 2015) (coauthor)

Patrick Connors

Courts Reconsider Rule Permitting Use of Affidavits on CPLR 3211(a)(7) Motion, 253 (no. 12) New York Law Journal (January 20, 2015)

Patrick Connors

January 2013, July 2013, January 2014, July 2014 and January 2015 Supplements to Siegel, New York Practice (5th Ed. 2011; West; also available on Westlaw)
Professor Kearns is a contributing editor to the 6th edition of Effectively Represending Your Client Before the IRS, an American Bar Association publication.
Independent Monitoring as a Tool to Protect, Empower and Integrate Unskilled Guest Workers and to Assist Employers Navigate Complex Guest Worker Requirements

Christine Chung

Government Budgets As The Hunger Games: The Brutal Competition For State and Local Government Resources Given Municipal Securities Debt, Pension and OBEP Obligations, And Taxpayer Needs, 33 Review of Banking and Financial Law 663 (2014)

Christine Chung

Zombieland/the Detroit Bankruptcy: Why Debts Associated with Pensions, Benefits, and Municipal Securities Never Die... and How They Are Killing Cities Like Detroit, 41 Fordham Urban Law Journal 771 (2014)

Raymond Brescia

The Price of Crisis: Eminent Domain, Local Governments, and the Value of Underwater Mortgages, Temple Journal of Civil & Political Rights (2014)

Keith Hirokawa

Towards Engaged Scholarship, 33 Pace Law Review 821 (2013) (with John R. Nolon, Michelle Bryan Mudd, Michael Burger, Kim Diana Connolly, Nestor Davidson, Matthew Festa, Jill I. Gross, Lisa Heinzerling, Tim Iglesias, Patrick C. McGinley, Sean Nolon, Uma Outka, Jessica Owley, Kalyani Robbins, Jonathan Rosenbloom, and Christopher Serkin)

Keith Hirokawa

The Most Important Current Research Questions in Urban Ecosystem Services, 25 Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum 1 (2014) (with James Salzman, Craig Anthony Arnold, Robert Garcia, Kay Jowers, Jeffrey LeJava, Margaret Peloso, and Lydia Olander)

Alicia Ouellette

Professor Ouellette co-authored with a team of researchers from the University of Michigan, a empirical piece assessing ADA compliance of technical standards for admission to U.S. medical schools. She and the rest of the research team will be presenting their results at the AAFP annual meeting.

Ira Bloom

2014 Supplement to Fundamentals of Trusts and Estates, 4th ed., LexisNexis 2012 (Roger W. Anderson, co-author)

Patrick Connors

Court's Decisions Include Resolution of Nonparty Disclosure Conflict, 252 (no. 38) New York Law Journal (Lead Article to Special Section on Court of Appeals and Appellate Practice) S2 (August 25, 2014)

Michael Hutter

Excited Utterances and Present Sense Impressions - Time to Reevaluate?

Vincent Bonventre

Stewart F. Hancock, Jr., 1923–2014, 77 Albany Law Review 763 (2014)

Patrick Connors

Impact of Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions on Practices in New York, 252 (no. 13) New York Law Journal (July 21, 2014)

Raymond Brescia

The Politics of Procedure: An Empirical Analysis of Motion Practice in Civil Rights Litigation under the New Plausibility Standard, 46 Akron Law Review 329 (2014)

Patrick Connors

Impact of Supreme Court Decisions on New York Practice, 251 (no. 16) New York Law Journal (June 18, 2014)
Inevident Truths: Why Current International Norms and Policies May Not Have Supported the American Revolution, 24 FLA. J. INT’L L. 583 (2013)
Genetics, Race and Substantive Due Process, 20 Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice 341 (2014)
Consent-Based Humanitarian Intervention: Giving Sovereign Responsibility Back to the Sovereign, 46 Cornell International Law Journal 499 (2013) (with Oona Hathaway, Ryan Liss, Julia Brower and Tina Thomas)
Jewish Foodways and Religious Self-Governance in America: The Failure of Communal Kashrus Regulation and the Rise of Private Kosher Certification, 104 JEWISH QUARTERLY REVIEW (2014)
Oversight in Private Food Safety Auditing: Addressing Auditor Conflict of Interest, WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW (2014) (with Lesley McAllister)
Regulating Sexual Orientation Change Efforts: The California Approach, Its Limitations, and Potential Alternatives, 123 Yale Law Journal 1352 (2014)

Melissa Breger

From Kate Stoneman to Kate Stoneman Chair, Katheryn D. Katz: Feminist Waves and the First Domestic Violence Course at a United States Law School, 77 Albany Law Review 443 (2014) (with Mary A. Lynch)
Ending ‘Gay Conversion’ for Good, New York Times, Feb. 12, 2014
Moving Beyond the Battle over Eco-Kosher: Kosher Certification as a Model (Not a Means) for Ethical Food Labeling, Just Balances, Just Weights: Essays on Jewish Business Ethics in a Modern World (2014)

Raymond Brescia

The Community Reinvestment Act: Guilty, but Not as Charged, 88 St. John’s Law Review 1 (2014)

James Redwood

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

Melissa Breger

Transforming Cultural Norms of Sexual Violence Against Women, 4(2) Journal of Research in Gender Studies 39 (2014).
Stop Counting (Or At Least Count Better), JOTWELL: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots) (2014 conference paper)
The EU General Data Protection Regulation: Toward a Property Regime for Protecting Data Privacy, 123 Yale Law Journal 515 (2013)

Mary Lynch

From Kate Stoneman to Kate Stoneman Chair, Katheryn D. Katz: Feminist Waves and the First Domestic Violence Course at a United States Law School, 77 Albany Law Review 443 (2014) (with Melissa L. Breger)
Garcia v. Google and a "Related Rights" Alternative to Copyright in Acting Performances, Yale Law Journal Forum, Oct. 2014

Patrick Connors

Bermudez v. State, 989 N.Y.S.2d 794, 44 Misc.3d 605 (Ct. Cl. 2014).

Paul Finkelman

"The Origins of Colorism in Early American Law" in Kimberly Jade Norwood, ed., Color Matters: Skin Tone Bias and the Myth of a Post-Racial America (New York and London: Routledge, 2014) 29-43
Competitive Third Party Regulation: How Private Certification Can Overcome Constraints that Frustrate Government Regulation, forthcoming 15 THEORETICAL INQUIRIES IN LAW 539 (2014)

Patrick Connors

SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF!, 251 (no. 14) New York Law Journal (January 22, 2014)

Anthony Farley

"Race & the Unreality of Time," LAW, RACE AND THE POSTCOLONIAL (Mark Harris & Denise Ferreira da Silva eds., Routledge forthcoming)
Property Title Trouble in Non-Judicial Foreclosure States: The Ibanez Time Bomb?, 4 Wm. & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 111 (2013)

Mary Lynch

Is it Time for Real Reform?: NYSBA’s 20 Years of Examining the Bar Exam (co-authored with Kim Diana Connolly) 85 NYSBA Journal 31-33 (September 2013)
For Treasury Charity Starts at Home: Treasury's New Interpretation of the Fiduciary Income Tax Charitable Deduction, Virginia Tax Review
Automatic Lieutenant Gubernatorial Succession: Preventing Legislative Gridlock Without Sacrificing the Elective Principle, 76 ALB.L.REV. 2301 (2012/2013)

Nancy Maurer

Ethical Issues in Representing Clients with Diminished Capacity, chapter 1 in Disability Law and Practice: Special Education, Assistive Technology and Vocational Rehabilitation (New York State Bar Association, 2013).