Professor Shawn Markus Crincoli joined the faculty at the Touro College Jacob D.
Fuchsberg Law Center in 2007, where he currently teaches business and commercial law, law
& economics, law & sports, and the ethics of lawyering in “corporate America.”
From 2001-2007, Professor Crincoli was a faculty member at the University of Minnesota
School of Law. Prior to teaching at Minnesota, he clerked for Chief Judge Richard A.
Posner, United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. 

Professor Crincoli has written and lectured on a wide variety of subjects including: the
legal regulation of athletes; transgender health and the law; gender & disability in
sport; regulation of the family; Jewish law; and more. Professor Crincoli’s current
research focuses on sport franchise insolvency; transgender rights & issues in family
law; and the intersection within sport regulation of law, private ordering, and theories
& empirics of risk and decision-making. 

In addition, Professor Crincoli serves as a member of the legal issues committee of the
World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) and as a member of the
executive committee of the Law& Sports Section of the American Association of Law
Schools (AALS). 

In his free time, Professor Crincoli can often be found playing or coaching ice hockey,
or training dogs. As a certified Therapy Dogs International dog/handler team, he enjoys
working with his dog to provide pet therapy to the elderly. 



NCAA Transgender Student-Athlete 'Policy': Analysis, World Sports Law Report (2011)


Everything Lawyers Know About Polygamy is Wrong, 16 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 101 (2006)