Norman Dorsen Receives Lifetime Award
Norman Dorsen received the first triennial award of the Association of American Law Schools for lifetime contributions to the law and to legal education in January 2007. The award was presented by John Sexton, President of New York University and former-Dean of the Law School. Read his remarks now.
Helen Hershkoff Completes Study with World Bank Economist
Helen Hershkoff completed a study headed up by a World Bank economist: “Transforming Legal Theory in the Light of Practice: The Judicial Application of Social and Economic Rights to Private Orderings,” published in Courting Social Justice: Judicial Enforcement of Social and Economic Rights in the Developing World (Varun Gauri and Daniel M. Brinks, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2008). Read her essay now.
Sylvia Law’s Article Wins Award
Sylvia Law’s article, “Who Gets to Interpret the Constitution? The Case of Mayors and Marriage Equality” (Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties, 2007), received the UCLA School of Law/Williams Institute Dukeminier Award as the best law review article on issues involving gender identity and sexual orientation. Read her article now.
SALT Fellowship Created in Norman Dorsen's Name
Norman Dorsen, who established the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT), has been honored by SALT with a student fellowship in his name.
Sylvia Law Showcased in New Yorker Article
A recent New Yorker article calls Sylvia Law "the unofficial godmother to progressive students and their causes."
Read what The Law School says about Norman and Sylvia.
Read what The Law School says about Norman and Helen.