Lawyering faculty members bring not only diverse, exceptional practice experiences to the Lawyering Program but also outstanding scholarly works, interests, and potential. During a Lawyering faculty member’s two to three years at NYU, the Lawyering Program and NYU School of Law provide support for the ongoing development of scholarship.
Institutional support includes budgets for research, conferences, and research assistants; collaboration with the Academic Careers Program; and access to the many colloquia, practice groups, and workshops at NYU School of Law. Lawyering faculty members are also invited and encouraged to attend regularly scheduled faculty workshops and lunches.
The Lawyering Program coordinates the Lawyering Scholarship Colloquium, a weekly forum for Lawyering faculty to review and critique new scholarship. The colloquium is an invaluable tool for helping participants develop research ideas, prepare articles for submission, and perfect job talks. Participation is open to all Lawyering faculty members as well as other junior scholars in the NYU Law community. This year’s LSC co-chairs are Joy Radice and Kevin Lapp.
Publications by recent and current Lawyering faculty include:
- Arkles, Gabriel, Safety and Solidarity Across Gender Lines: Rethinking Segregation of Transgender People in Detention (Spring 2009). Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review, Vol. 18, No. 515, 2009.
- Balsam, Jodi, The New Second Circuit Local Rules: Anatomy and Commentary (December 1, 2010). Brooklyn Journal of Law and Policy.
- Cade, Jason Alexis, Narrative Preferences and Administrative Due Process (July 1, 2011). Harvard Latino Law Review, Vol. 14, p. 156, 2011; NYU School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 11-53.
- Kovarsky, Lee, Original Habeas Redux, Virginia Law Review 97 Va. L. Rev. 61 (2011).
- Lapp, Kevin, Reforming the Good Moral Character Requirement for U.S. Citizenship. Indiana Law Journal, Vol. 87, 2012; NYU School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 11-23.
- Nevins-Saunders, Elizabeth, Incomprehensible Crimes: Defendants with Mental Retardation Charged with Statutory Rape (January 19, 2010). New York University Law Review, Vol. 85, p. 1067, 2010.
- Nevins-Saunders, Elizabeth, Not Guilty as Charged: The Myth of Mens Rea for Defendants with Mental Retardation (March 7, 2011). NYU School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 11-18.
- Radice, Joy, Administering Justice: Removing Statutory Barriers to Reentry (March 5, 2011). University of Colorado Law Review, Vol. 83, 2012.
- Reda, Danya. Critical Conflicts Between First-Wave and Feminist Critical Approaches to Alternative Dispute Resolution, Texas Journal of Women and the Law, Vol. 20,2011 (forthcoming).
- Roberts, Anna, Disparately Seeking Jurors: Disparate Impact and the (Mis)Use of Batson (March 1, 2011). UC Davis Law Review, Forthcoming.
- Sant'Ambrogio, Michael, Agency Delays: How a Principal-Agent Approach Can Inform Judicial and Executive Branch Review of Agency Foot-Dragging (May 28, 2011). George Washington Law Review, Vol. 79, p. 101, 2011; NYU School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 11-36.
- Sant'Ambrogio, Michael and Law, Sylvia A., Baehr v. Lewin and the Long Road to Marriage Equality (May 28, 2011). University of Hawaii Law Review, Vol. 33, 2011; NYU School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 11-37.
- Tinto, Katie, Wavering on Waiver: Montejo v. Louisiana and the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel, 48 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 1335 (2011).