Recent Law Review Articles/Book Chapters
Prof. Sue Guan published an article, “Benchmark Competition,” in the Maryland Law Review.
Prof. Bradley Joondeph published an article, “The States’ Multiple Taxation of Personal Income,” in the Case Western Reserve Law Review.
Prof. Catherine Sandoval has a forthcoming book chapter, “Connect the Whole Community: Leadership Gaps Drive the Digital Divide and Fuel Disaster and Social Vulnerabilities.”
Other Research Projects
Prof. Colleen Chien launched a new project, the Paper Prisons Initiative, to help Americans who have unfairly restricted access to employment, housing, voting, and more because of their prior involvement with the criminal justice system.
Students from Prof. Colleen Chien‘s patent law course filed comments on the USPTO’s “National Strategy for Expanding American Innovation.”
Prof. Eric Goldman was named a 2021 Knight Visiting Scholar. In that role, he will help organize a conversation about the Internet, democracy and society.
ADR Times named Provost Lisa Kloppenberg’s Resolving Disputes casebook as one of its “10 Best Mediation Books of All Time.”
For the book’s 25th anniversary, NYU Press is re-releasing Privilege Revealed by emerita professor Stephanie Wildman and featuring a contribution from Prof. Margalynne Armstrong. The Women’s National Book Association’s interview with them.