Ideas from NYU Law
Our professors' innovative research contributes both to the advancement of their fields and to the intellectual community of the Law School. Ideas from NYU Law is a resource for concise descriptions of recent works and interviews with faculty about their scholarship.
Minding the Law: Jennifer Arlen ’86 and Lewis Kornhauser argue for using psychological insights to deter corporate crime
Write Makes Right: Kenji Yoshino and David Glasgow’s ‘Say the Right Thing’ is a no-nonsense guide to having constructive diversity and inclusion conversations
Checks and Balances: Noah Rosenblum considers the antifascist origins of US presidential administration
Out of Line: A new paper by Gráinne de Búrca argues that the EU should confront illiberal governments in Hungary and Poland
Deportation and Dissent: Alina Das and clinic students allege government retaliation against immigrant rights activists
New Balance: Can contract law address inequality? Kevin Davis and Mariana Pargendler find examples in three developing countries.
Broken Tools: Vincent Southerland illuminates the problem of bias in the criminal legal system's use of algorithmic tools
Eating to Win: Scott Hemphill spotlights an antitrust problem for highly innovative industries: anticompetitive acquisitions of nascent competitors
Measuring Consumer Uncertainty: NYU researchers suggest more nuanced tools to gauge the marketplace confusion caused by similar trademarks