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  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2012/13 | Volume 57 | Number 4

    Trial by Jury or Trial by Motion? Summary Judgment, Iqbal, and Employment Discrimination

    The articles in this issue examine in-depth the application of Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly and Ashcroft v. Iqbal in employment discrimination cases, analyze the high

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2012/13 | Volume 57 | Number 3

    Supreme Court Narratives: Law, History, and Journalism

    The articles in this issue examine the U.S. Supreme Court with a particular focus on the relationship between U.S. Presidents and Chief Justices at critical times in American history. The issue is based

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2012/13 | Volume 57 | Number 2

    Sharia in America: Principles and Prospects

    There has been much attention, misinformation, and hyperbole in the media about the realities, possibilities, and problems of Islamic law, known as “Sharia,” in American courts and in American life.  In this issue, leading …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2012/13 | Volume 57 | Number 1

    Visualizing Law in the Digital Age

    Law has entered the visual digital age. How truth and justice are represented and assessed in court (and out) increasingly depend on what electronic screens display.  In this issue, distinguished legal and social science scholars …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2011/12 | Volume 56 | Number 4

    Juvenile Justice Reform in New York

    Distinguished legal, criminal justice, and social science scholars, attorneys, and judges examine all phases of New York’s juvenile justice system, from police-youth interactions through post-adjudication detention and alternatives, based on a symposium held at …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2011/12 | Volume 56 | Number 3

    Exonerating the Innocent: Pretrial Innocence Procedures

    This symposium issue features ten articles by fourteen scholars and practitioners examining proposals for fundamental changes and even wholesale alternatives to our adversarial criminal justice system that could address the problem of wrongful convictions. These papers were presented …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2011/12 | Volume 56 | Number 2

    Clinical Theory Workshop 25th Anniversary

    This symposium issue features 12 articles originally presented at the October 2010 conference honoring the 25th anniversary of the Clinical Theory Workshop, with an introduction by Stephen Ellmann.

    Volume 56, Issue 2 (2011-2012)

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2011/12 | Volume 56 | Number 1

    Civil Liberties 10 Years After 9/11

    On the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the scholarship in this issue examines 9/11’s profound consequences for life, liberty, law, and security. Distinguished scholars offer a broad range of perspectives on the …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2010/11 | Volume 55 | Number 4

    Media and Criminal Law: Fact, Fiction, and Reality TV

    This issue features scholarship on the theme of Media and Criminal Law: Fact, Fiction, and Reality TV. The scholarship is derived from the 2010 symposium sponsored by the Program in Law …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2010/11 | Volume 55 | Number 3

    The Seventh Annual Adoption Policy Conference Permanency for Children

    This symposium issue features scholarship on the importance of finding permanent parents for children, specifically for those outside of the United States, and how U.S. and international adoption laws and policies can further that goal. The articles address topics …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2010/11 | Volume 55 | Number 2

    Good Faith After Disney

    This issue examines the future of the meaning and impact of the duty of good faith after the Delaware Supreme Court redefined its contours in the Walt Disney litigation and subsequent cases Stone v. Ritter and …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2010/11 | Volume 55 | Number 1

    D Is for Digitize

    This issue features articles written by speakers at the “D is for Digitize” conference on the proposed Google Books settlement, held October 8 through 10, 2009 at New York Law School. The articles discuss a wide range of topics …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2009/10 | Volume 54 | Number 4

    Locating the School-to-Prison Pipeline

    This issue features scholarship from the participants of a symposium held at New York Law School in March 2009. Panelists addressed the problematic trend in New York City public schools of overly harsh disciplinary policies that …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2009/10 | Volume 54 | Number 3

    Fear, Fraud, and the Future of Financial Regulation

    This issue features articles from leading corporate law scholars presenting their ideas for what the long-term implications of the 2007-08 financial crisis are, and what steps should be taken to both ameliorate …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2009/10 | Volume 54 | Number 2

    Submissions Issue

    This issue features scholarship submitted to the New York Law School Law Review by various authors. Articles feature discussions of a variety of topics including brownfield redevelopment, negotiating an author-publisher contract, and recognition of same-sex marriage in New …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-150 2009/10 | Volume 54 | Number 1

    New York Law School Law Journal Alumni Issue

    This issue presents the scholarship of New York Law School alumni who specialize in a wide array of practice areas. The papers, first presented at a Symposium held at the school in …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2008/09 | Volume 53 | Number 4

    Faculty Presentation Day

    The Faculty Presentation Day issue showcases works in progress and scholarly interests of many members of the New York Law School faculty. Every two years, members of faculty give brief presentations and participate in panel discussions regarding …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2008/09 | Volume 53 | Number 3

    Corporation Counsel: A History of the New York City Law Department

    The Corporation Counsel: A History of the New York City Law Department issue features selected papers and remarks from the symposium on the New York City Law Department held …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2008/09 | Volume 53 | Number 2

    The Community Reinvestment Act: Still Relevant at 30?

    The Community Reinvestment Act: Still Relevant at 30? issue features scholarship from the participants of a symposium held at New York Law School in October 2007. Symposium panelists examined whether the Community …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2008/09 | Volume 53 | Number 1

    The Perspectives on Mental Disability Law

    The Perspectives on Mental Disability Law issue features the scholarship of participants in the International Academy of Law and Mental Health’s 30th Annual Congress which took place in Padua, Italy. Authors include legal practitioners, academics, …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2007/08 | Volume 52 | Number 4

    Corporate Governance Five Years After Sarbanes-Oxley: Is There Real Change?

    The Corporate Governance Five Years After Sarbanes-Oxley: Is There Real Change? issue features scholarship from the participants of a symposium held in April 2007 at New York Law School, which examined the …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2007/08 | Volume 52 | Number 3

    Legal Scholarship

    The Legal Scholarship issue is comprised of selected papers, student-written pieces, and remarks adapted from the symposium held at New York Law School in February 2007. Among the papers is an article on the difficulty of writing about the law for …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2007/08 | Volume 52 | Number 2

    The LeGaL Foundation LGBT Law Conference

    The LeGaL Foundation LGBT Law Conference issue features papers from presenters at the LeGal Law Conference held at New York Law School in Novemeber 2006. The conference featured New York/New Jersey practitioners and professors …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2007/08 | Volume 52 | Number 1

    Submissions Issue

    Submissions Issue is comprised of various works submitted to the New York Law School Law Review. It features an article by The Honorable Harold Baer, Jr. with Arminda Bepko entitled A Necessary and Proper Role for Federal Courts …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2006/07 | Volume 51 | Number 4

    Faculty Presentation Day

    Faculty Presentation Day celebrates a New York Law School tradition where faculty members share their knowledge through presentations and panel discussions with other faculty members and students. The faculty essays in this volume address a wide range …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2006/07 | Volume 51 | Number 3

    Perspectives on Post-Conflict Constitutionalism

    Perspectives on Post-Conflict Constitutionalism explores globalism, conflict and the rule of law from a comparative and interdisciplinary law and politics perspective. In this issue, the authors examine and discuss the potential for constitutionalism and constitution-building advancing …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2006/07 | Volume 51 | Number 2

    Plaintiffs’ Bar

    Plaintiffs’ Bar is comprised of selected papers from a symposium that was held in March 2006 at New York Law School addressing a variety of issues facing members of the plaintiffs’ bar, including: attacks on the plaintiffs’ bar, litigation, …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2006/07 | Volume 51 | Number 1

    Seeking Review: Immigration Law and Federal Court Jurisdiction

    This symposia issue examined the effects of the limitations placed on judicial review of immigration decisions since the passage of the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996, and the regulations …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2005/06 | Volume 50 | Number 4

    Llewellyn’s Dueling Canons and A Corporate Analysis of Public Authority Administration

    This issue features two articles.  One is a critique of Karl N. Llewellyn’s famous canons of construction, in which he paired canons that appeared to lead to opposite and …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2005/06 | Volume 50 | Number 3

    Federal Courts from Warren to Rehnquist and Beyond: Federalism as Theory, Doctrine, Practice, and Instrument

    This issue features articles reflecting on federalism under the Warren and Rehnquist Courts, written by prominent legal scholars, including Edward A. Purcell, Jr., (New York …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2005/06 | Volume 50 | Number 2

    Next Wave Organizing Symposium

    This issue examines how workers organize in the twenty-first century and how new tools and techniques can be harnessed to improve labor organizing. It features articles presented at a live symposium that took place at New …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2005/06 | Volume 50 | Number 1

    International and Comparative Perspectives on Defamation, Free Speech, and Privacy

    This issue explores defamation law in the United States, Canada, the European Union, and elsewhere. Topics include the origins of the Public Figure Doctrine in First Amendment defamation law, reforming the …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2004/05 | Volume 49 | Number 4

    Brown is Dead?  Long Live Brown!

    This symposium issue examines the legacy of Brown v. Board of Education on the occasion of the decision’s 50th anniversary, including articles by Gary Orfield, Derrick A. Bell, Jr., Dennis Parker, Denise Morgan, and …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2004/05 | Volume 49 | Number 3

    Evidence, Institutional Reform Litigation, Commuters and the Dormant Commerce Clause

    Articles include a comprehensive survey of standards of evidence in administrative proceedings, a look at implications of the Supreme Court’s institutional reform litigation jurisprudence, and whether a commuter’s choice of …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2004/05 | Volume 49 | Number 2

    Faculty Presentation Day II 2004

    This issue is a compilation of original articles presented by New York Law School Faculty at the law school’s second annual Faculty Presentation Day, addressing issues in areas such as legal education, law and the humanities, …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2004/05 | Volume 49 | Number 1

    State of Play

    This is the first collected exploration of law and virtual worlds for the wider legal and scholarly community.  This special symposium issue grows out of the first annual State of Play conference held at New York Law …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2003/04 | Volume 48 | Number 4

    VOLUME 48, NUMBER 4

    This issue features an article by Kris Franklin pointing out the effects of the decision in Lawrence v. Texas and an article by Barry Crown which examines the proposed new legal consultation document on civil partnership in England and Wales.  …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2003/04 | Volume 48 | Number 3

    In Memoriam, W. Bernard Richland (1909-2003)

    This issue featured articles which highlight the life and career of W. Bernard Richland.  Among the articles are speeches and tributes written by Ross Sandler, the Honorable Jose A. Cabranes, the Honorable Jack B. Weinstein, …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2003/04 | Volume 48 | Numbers 1&2

    Criminal Defense in the Age of Terrorism

    The New York Law School Center for Professional Values and Practice sponsored this symposium devoted to criminal defense in the age of terrorism.  No lawyers are under greater pressure than criminal defense attorneys …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2002/03 | Volume 46 | Numbers 3&4

    Reflecting on the Legal Issues of our Times: New York Law School Faculty Presentation Day

    The issue is a compilation of scholarly contributions originating from New York Law School’s Faculty Presentation Day on April 3, 2002, and is a memorialization of …

  • nlr54-1_ofc-1501 2002/03 | Volume 46 | Numbers 1&2

    Judge Jon. O. Newman: A Symposium Celebrating his Thirty Years on the Federal Bench

    This issue honored Judge Jon O. Newman’s service to the United States Federal Court.  This special issue is a compilation of the proceedings of the 2002 …

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