Faculty scholarship and activites
Assistant Dean of Career Development
Bishop addressed the legal job market and current hiring process in the current economy.
From the article:
“They want the security of having a job at graduation, but the market is making them wait,” Bishop says. More often, only the top-ranked graduates are offered law jobs within the first six months of receiving their degree, and Bishop says more are looking at using their law degrees in alternate careers.
Paul R. Gugliuzza
Visiting Assistant Professor
Gugliuzza presented his paper “Rethinking Federal Circuit Jurisdiction” at the Junior Faculty Federal Courts Workshop in Miami.
Professor of Law
The Fordham International Law Journal published an article reviewing Mazur’s book A More Perfect Military: How the Constitution Can Make Our Military Stronger. An excerpt is available here.
Associate Professor of Law
Sokol presented his working paper on cartels and corporate monitors at a conference sponsored and hosted by NYU School of Law.
Michael Allan Wolf
Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Law
Wolf recently published “A Yellow Light for ‘Green Zoning’: Some Words of Caution About Incorporating Green Building Standards into Local Land Use Law” 43 URBAN LAWYER 949 (2011).