Below is a list of recent faculty publications - use the list on the right to access publication listings on individual faculty profiles.
You can also search for publications by Albany Law School Faculty on SSRN.
Young, Donna E.From the Editor: Race on Campus, 102 Academe (AAUP, 2016)Link to publication
Farley, Anthony PaulAusterity and Academic Freedom, 102 Academe (AAUP, 2016)Link to publication
Halewood, Peter H.Campus Activism and Competing Racial Narratives, 102 Academe (AAUP, 2016)Link to publication
Hutter, Michael J.Appealability of Evidentiary Rulings Made Before Trial on Motions in Limine, Leaveworthy, Vol. V, No. 3, Fall/Winter 2016 (New York State Bar Association)Link to publication
Brescia, Raymond H.Safe at Home: Considering a Right to Counsel in Civil Cases as a State Constitutional Matter, in MAKING A MODERN CONSTITUTION: THE PROSPECTS FOR CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM IN NEW YORK (Scott Fein & Rose Mary Bailly, eds., 2016)Link to publication
Ouellette, AliciaMedical Schools’ Willingness to Accommodate Medical Students with Sensory and Physical Disabilities: Ethical Foundations of a Functional Challenge to “Organic” Technical Standards, 18 AMA Journal of Ethics 993 (2016) (co-author)Link to publication
Halewood, Peter H.Legal Studies: Teaching Law in the Age of Globalization, 2 Global Synergies 14 (2016)
Connors, Patrick M."Decisions Address ESI Destruction, Common Interest Doctrine," New York Law Journal (August 22, 2016)Link to publication
Rogerson, Sarah F.The Politics of Fear: Unaccompanied Immigrant Children and the Case of the Southern Border, 61 Villanova Law Review 843 (2016)» Link to Publication
Brescia, Raymond H.Uber for Lawyers: The Transformative Potential of a Sharing Economy Approach to the Delivery of Legal Services, 64 Buffalo Law Review 745 (2016)papers.cfm
Chung, Christine Sgarlata BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS LAW IN FOCUS (with Deborah Bouchoux) (Focus Casebook Series, Wolters Kluwer, 2016)
Brescia, Raymond H.The Downside of Disruption: The Risks Associated with Transformational Change in the Delivery of Legal Services, 2 New York Law School IMPACT 113 (2016)papers.cfm