Below, you will find a selection of recent and forthcoming work by NYU Law faculty in this area of study. Although this list is not comprehensive, it provides a sample of the work our faculty are doing in this field today. You can also visit the Publications pages in our individual Faculty Profiles for more information.

* Accepted and forthcoming
** Working paper


Clayton Gillette, Lynn Baker, and David Schleicher. Local Government Law: Cases and Materials (Foundation Press 5th ed., December 2014)

Robert HowseLeo Strauss: Man of Peace (Cambridge Univ. Press, September 2014)

Benedict KingsburySally Engle Merry, and Kevin Davis, eds. The Quiet Power of Indicators: Measuring Development, Corruption, and the Rule of Law (Cambridge University Press, May 2015)

Richard ReveszStruggling for Air: Power Plants and the “War on Coal” (Oxford U. Press, January 2016)

Richard ReveszEnvironmental Law and Policy (3rd  ed., Foundation Press, 2015)

Chapters and Articles

Vicki Been ’83, Ingrid Gould Ellen, Michael Gedal, Edward Glaeser, and Brian McCabe. “Preserving History or Hindering Growth? The Heterogeneous Effects of Historic Districts on Local Housing Markets in New York City” (September 2014)**

Vicki Been ’83, Josiah Madar, and Simon Thomas McDonnell. “Urban Land-Use Regulation: Are Homevoters Overtaking the Growth Machine?” 11 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 227 (June 2014)

Clayton Gillette“Dictatorships for Democracy: Takeovers of Financially Failed Cities,” 114 Columbia Law Review 1373 (October 2014)

Clayton Gillette and David Skeel. “Governance Reform and the Judicial Role in Municipal Bankruptcy” (July 2015)**

Roderick Hills Jr“Hydrofracking and Home Rule: Defending and Defining an Anti-Preemption Canon of Statutory Construction in New York,” 77 Albany Law Review 647 (2014)

Roderick Hills Jr. and David Schleicher. “City Replanning” (August 2014)**

Robert Howse, Joanna Langille ’11, and Katie Sykes. “Pluralism in Practice: Moral Legislation and the Law of the WTO after Seal Products,” George Washington International Law Review (2015)*

Benedict Kingsbury, Megan Donaldson LLM ’10, JSD ’16, and Rodrigo Vallejo LLM ’12. “Global Administrative Law,” Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law (Anne Orford and Florian Hoffmann Martin Clark, eds., Oxford U. Press, August 2016)*

Richard Revesz. “Quantifying Regulatory Benefits,” 102 California Law Review 1423 (2014)

Richard Revesz“Toward a More Rational Environmental Policy,” 39 Harvard Environmental Law Review 93 (2015)

Richard Revesz and Michael Livermore ’06. “Interest Groups and Environmental Policy: Inconsistent Positions and Missed Opportunities,” 45 Environmental Law Review 1 (2015)

Richard Revesz and Michael Livermore ’06. “Rethinking Health-Based Environmental Standards,” 89 NYU L. Review1184 (October 2014)

Richard Revesz and Burcin Unel. “Managing the Future of the Electricity Grid: Distributed Generation and Net Metering” (February 2016)**

Richard Revesz. “Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Structure of the Administrative State: The Case of Financial Services Regulation” (February 2016)**

Richard Stewart, Reeve Bull, Neysun Mahboubi, and Jonathan Wiener. “New Approaches to International Regulatory Cooperation: The Challenge of TTIP, TPP, and Mega-Regional Trade Agreements,” 78 Law and Contemporary Problems 1 (2015)

Richard Stewart“Remedying Disregard in Global Regulatory Governance: Accountability, Participation, and Responsiveness,” 108 American Journal of International Law 211 (April 2014)

Richard Stewart and Jane Stewart. “Solving The Spent Nuclear Fuel Impasse,” 21 NYU Environmental Law Journal 1 (2014)