|Present||Professor of Law, Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center|
Honors and Awards
- Ruth G. Schapiro Award of the New York State Bar Association
- Touro's Professor of the Year 1995, 2002, 2005, 2011, 2012
- Touro's Lecturer of the Year Award 2004
- Distinguished Service Award 2004
- Paul Marks Public Interest Award 1989, 2004
- Milton Handler Scholarship Award 2004
- Constitutional Law
- Sex-Based Discrimination
- Comparative Constitutional Law
- Civil Liberties in an Age of Terrorism
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
225 Eastview Drive
Central Islip, NY, 11722
Office Phone: 631-761-7125
How to Build a Better Bar Exam New York State Bar Association Journal (2018)
As a licensing exam, the purpose of the bar exam is consumer protection–-ensuring that new lawyers have the minimum competencies required to practice law effectively. As critics point out, however, the exam, and particularly the ...
Testing, Diversity, and Merit: A Reply to Dan Subotnik and Others 9 U. Mass. L. Rev. 206 (2014)
The false dichotomy between achieving diversity and rewarding merit frequently surfaces in discussions about decisions on university and law school admissions, scholarships, law licenses, jobs, and promotions. “Merit” judgments are often based on the results ...
Deference or Abdication: A Comparison of the Supreme Courts of Israel and the United States in Cases Involving Real or Perceived Threats to National Security 12 Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev. 95 (2013)
The Supreme Courts of Israel and the United States treat cases involving national security radically differently, or so it appears on the surface. The fact that the two courts make very different use of justiciability ...
Symposia Articles (20)
Discrimination Cases In the Supreme Court’s 1998 Term 16 Touro L. Rev. 345 (2000)
In the Supreme Court's 1997 Term, the Supreme Court had decided a record number of statutory discrimination cases. However, that record was exceeded in the Supreme Court's 1998 Term with the Court addressing issues arising ...