Scholarship

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 chair is Seth Endo.

Publications by recent and current Lawyering faculty include:

  • ​Andrew Elmore, The Future of Fast Food Governance, University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Vol. 165, 2017.
  • Andrew Elmore, Civil Disabilities in an Era of Diminished Privacy: A Disability Approach for the Use of Criminal Records in Hiring, 64 DePaul L. Rev. 991 (2016).​
  • Seth Endo, Contracting for Confidential Discovery, 53 U.C. Davis L. REV __ (forthcoming 2020).
  • Seth Endo, Discovery Hydraulics, 52 U.C. DAVIS L. REV 1317 (2019).
  • ​Seth Endo, Technological Opacity & Procedural Injustice, 59 B.C. L. REV.821 (2018).
  • Angela Gius, Dignifying Participation, 42 N.Y.U. REV. L. & SOC. CHANGE 45 (2018).
  • J. Benton Heath, The New National Security Challenge to the Economic Order, 129 YALE L.J. (forthcoming 2020).
  • Maryam Jamshidi, How the War on Terror Is Hijacking Private U.S. Law, 96 Washington University Law Review 3 (2018).

  • Tal Kastner, Policing Narrative, SMU L. REV. (forthcoming 2018).

  • Tal Kastner, Contract Creep, 107 GEO. L.J. (forthcoming 2019) (with Ethan Leib).

  • Tal Kastner, Form Contracts, in OXFORD HANDBOOK OF LAW AND HUMANITIES (Maksymillian Del Mar, Bernadette Meyler, Simon Stern eds., forthcoming 2019).

  • Tal Kastner, The Treachery of Rape Representation in I CONFESS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF ESSAYS (Brandon Arroyo & Thomas Waugh, eds., forthcoming McGill University Press 2018) (with Ummni Khan).

  • Tal Kastner, The Deviant in Nineteenth Century American Law and Culture, in ROUTLEDGE RESEARCH COMPANION TO LAW AND THE HUMANITIES IN NINETEENTH CENTURY AMERICA (Simon Stern & Nan Goodman eds., 2017).

  • William J. Moon, Regulating Offshore Finance, 72 Vanderbilt Law Review (forthcoming 2019).

  • William J. Moon, Recognition, Rewards, and Regime Change, in LIBER AMICORUM (Lea Brilmayer, forthcoming 2019).

  • William J. Moon, Contracting Out of Public Law, 55 Harvard Journal on Legislation (forthcoming 2018).

  • William J. Moon, Tax Havens as Producers of Corporate Law, 116 Michigan Law Review 1081 (2018).

  • William J. Moon, The Original Meaning of the Law of Nations, 56 Va. J. Int’l L. 51 (2016).

  • Amy Mulzer, “However Kindly Intentioned”: Structural Racism and Volunteer CASA Programs, 20 CUNY L. Rev. (Forthcoming) (with Tara Urs).

  • G. Michael Parsons, Fighting for Attention:Democracy, Free Speech, and the Marketplace of Ideas, 10 Minn L. Rev. (forthcoming 2020).

  • G. Michael Parsons, Gerrymandering & Justiciability: The Political Question Doctrine After Gill v. Whitford, 95 Ind. L.J. (forthcoming 2020).

  • G. Michael Parsons, Justice Denied: Equity, Elections, and Remedial Redistricting Rules, 20 J.L. Soc'y (forthcoming 2019) (invited symposium: "Gerrymandering: The Power of Boundaries").

  • G. Michael Parsons, Partisan Gerrymandering Under Federal and State Law, in AMERICA VOTES! CHALLENGES TO MODERN ELECTION LAW & VOTING RIGHTS (Jack Young & Ben Griffith eds., American Bar Association, 4th ed. 2019) (forthcoming).

  • ​Lauren R. Roth, The Collective Fiduciary, 94 Neb. L. Rev. 511 (2016).
  • ​Lauren R. Roth, Reproductive Selection Bias, Health Matrix (forthcoming 2017).
  • Scott Skinner-Thompson, Performative Privacy, 50 U.C. Davis Law Review (forthcoming 2017).

  • Amanda Sen, Limited Choices: How the School-Choice Paradigm Subverts Equal Education for Students with Disabilities, 78 MD. L. REV. (forthcoming 2019).
  • Naomi Sunshine, Employees as Price-Takers, 22 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 147 (2018).
  • Naomi B. Sunshine, Labor Rights for Platform Workers, 41 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change Harbinger 234 (2016).

  • Jacob Victor, Reconceptualizing Compulsory Copyright Licenses, 72 Standford Law Review (forthcoming 2020).

  • Rachel Wechsler, Legal Responses to Questions of Animal Ethics and Religious Freedom, in HANDBOOK OF RELIGION AND ANIMAL PROTECTION (Andrew Linzey & Clair Linzey eds., forthcoming 2018).