B.A., Boston College
M.A.R., Yale Divinity School
J.D., Brooklyn Law School
LL.M., National University of Ireland, Cork
Professor Edward W. De Barbieri joined Albany Law in December 2016 as director of the Community Development Clinic. He was previously an assistant professor of clinical law, director of the Urban Economic Development Clinic, and counsel to the Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) at Brooklyn Law School. He has also taught as an adjunct professor of clinical law at New York University School of Law.
Professor De Barbieri was a Fulbright Research Fellow at University College Cork, Ireland, and Equal Justice Works Fellow and senior staff attorney at the Urban Justice Center's Community Development Project, where he advised nonprofit organizations and provided legal assistance to low-income workers, tenants, and homeowners facing foreclosure. He speaks and writes about the role of public participation in land use and economic development. His most recent article, "Do Community Benefits Agreements Benefit Communities?," was published in the
Cardozo Law Review (June 2016).
His work has been highlighted in the
Wall Street Journal, The Nation,
The Huffington Post, and
The New York Times.
Edward W. De Barbieri CV