D. Theodore Rave '06
Teddy is a Furman Fellow and the Program Coordinator this year. He graduated magna cum laude from NYU School of Law in 2006. Following law school, he clerked for Judge Sand of the Southern District of New York and then Judge Katzmann of the Second Circuit. After that he worked for three years in the Issues and Appeals practice at Jones Day in New York before starting as a Furman Fellow last year. He writes about civil procedure, aggregate litigation, and election law.
"Politicians as Fiduciaries", 126 Harvard Law Review (forthcoming 2013)
"Governing the Anticommons in Aggregate Litigation", 66 Vanderbilt Law Review (forthcoming 2013)
"Questioning the Efficiency of Summary Judgment" (note), 81 New York University Law Review 875 (2006)
Conversation, Representation, and Allocation: Justice Breyer's Active Liberty (book review), 81 New York University Law Review 1505 (2006) (with Michael A. Livermore)
Kevin Hickey '08
Kevin Hickey graduated magna cum laude from NYU School of Law in 2008. During his time at NYU, Kevin served as an Articles Editor for the NYU Law Review, and received a number of academic honors for his scholarship, including the Edmond Cahn Award, the Maurice Goodman Memorial Prize, and the Order of the Coif. Following graduation, Kevin clerked for Judge Diana Gribbon Motz on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and spent several years in private practice as an associate at Covington & Burling LLP, where he specialized in intellectual property litigation. Kevin presently serves as a Furman Fellow at NYU School of Law and conducts research on the doctrinal and constitutional foundations of copyright law. Kevin originally hails from Binghamton, NY, and studied mathematics during his undergraduate years at Brown University.
"The Copyright/Commerce Clause Collision: A Subject Matter Approach" (in progress). This draft article considers the proper extent to which the limitations of the Constitution’s Copyright and Patent Clause apply to congressional legislation purportedly enacted pursuant to the Commerce Clause.
"Note, Accuracy Counts: Illegal Votes in Contested Elections and the Case for Complete Proportionate Deduction", 83 N.Y.U. L. REV. 167 (2008)
Rebecca Stone '09
Rebecca Stone received a J.D. in 2009 from NYU School of Law, where she was an Articles Editor on the NYU Law Review. Prior to law school, she spent two years as a post-doctoral research fellow at the ESRC Center of Economic Learning and Social Evolution in the Department of Economics at University College London, and one year as an assistant professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Leicester in the U.K. She has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Oxford, having received a B.A. in Politics, Philosophy and Economics in 1999, an M.Phil. in Economics in 2001, and a D.Phil. in Economics in 2004. In 2009-10, Rebecca clerked for Judge Richard Posner on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. In 2011-12, she clerked for Justice Stephen Breyer on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Economic Analysis of Contract Law from the Internal Point of View (working paper)
Following Precedent to Signal Ideological Neutrality (working paper)
An Agency-Based Account of Promising (working paper)
Pricing Misperception: Explaining Pricing Structure in the Cellular Service Market (with Oren Bar-Gill) (working paper)
Unconscionability, Exploitation, and Hypocrisy (working paper)
Anticipated Regret as an Explanation of Ambiguity Aversion, __ Economic Theory __ (forthcoming) (with Daniel Krähmer)
Fairness and Desert in Tournaments, 69 Games & Economic Behavior 346 (2010) (with David Gill)
Mobile Misperceptions, 23 Harv. J. L. & Tech. 49 (2009) (with Oren Bar-Gill)