Faculty Publications

As of August 2017, this database is no longer being updated. For the most current publications from the faculty, students, and staff of the Touro College & University System, please check our institutional repository, Touro Scholar, and email any questions or publication submissions to Scholarly Communications Librarian Carrie Levinson.

Total number of publications: 7,320

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  • Abramson, H. (1992). A primer on resolving disputes: Lessons from alternative dispute resolution. NYSBA Journal, 64, 48.

  • Abramson, H. (2010). Mediation representation: Advocating as a problem-solver in any country or culture (2nd ed.). Boulder, CO: National Institute for Trial Advocacy.

  • Abramson, H. (2011). Mediation representation: Representing clients anywhere. In A. Ingen-Housz (Ed.), ADR in business: Practice and issues across countries and cultures, Volume 2 (pp. 293-312). The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.

  • Abramson, H. (2013). Mediation representation: Advocating as a problem-solver (3rd ed.). New York, NY: Aspen Publishers.

  • Abramson, H. (2016). Nelson Mandela as negotiator: What can we learn from him? Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution, 31(1), 19-72. This material can be found here.

  • Adams-Schoen, S. (2014). Climate change adaptation and mitigation: A local solution to a global problem. Municipal Lawyer, 28(1), 29-35. This material can be found here.

  • Adams-Schoen, S. (2014). United States environmental criminal law. Essential Readings in Environmental Law. This material can be found here.

  • Adams-Schoen, S. (2015). Sink or swim: In search of a model for coastal city climate resilience. Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 40(3), 433-512. This material can be found here.

  • Adams-Schoen, S. (2016). Land use law update: Is the tide turning toward municipal liability for failure to adapt to climate change? Municipal Lawyer, 30(1), 25-26. This material can be found here.

  • Adams-Schoen, S. (2016). Reed applied: The sign apocalypse or another bump in the road. Zoning and Planning Law Reports, 39(7), 1-13. This material can be found here.

  • Adams-Schoen, S. (2016). Taming the super-wicked problem of waterfront hazard mitigation planning: The role of municipal communication strategies. In R. K. Craig & S. R. Miller (Eds.), Contemporary issues in climate change law and policy: Essays inspired by the IPCC (pp. 123-142). Washington, DC: Environmental Law Institute.

  • Adams-Schoen, S., & Thomas, E. (2015). A three-legged stool on two legs: Recent federal law related to local climate resilience planning and zoning. Urban Lawyer, 47(3), 525-542. This material can be found here.

  • Adams-Schoen, S., Badrinarayana, D., Carlarne, C., Craig, R. K., Dernbach, J. C., Hirokawa, K. H., . . . Takacs, D. (2015). A response to the IPCC Fifth Assessment. Environmental Law Reporter: News & Analysis, 45(1), 10027-10048. This material can be found here.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2009). The framers' search power: The misunderstood statutory history of suspicion & probable cause. Boston College Law Review, 50, 363-426. This material can be found here.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2012). GPS tracking out of Fourth Amendment dead ends: United States v. Jones and the Katz Conundrum. North Carolina Law Review, 91, 1.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2012). Search and seizure. In D. T. Critchlow & P. R. Van der Meer (Eds.), Oxford Encyclopedia of American Political and Legal History. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2013). GPS tracking out of Fourth Amendment dead ends: United States v. Jones and the Katz conundrum. Search & Seizure Law Report, 40, 61.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2013). Law of police searches. In G. Bruinsma & D. Weisburd (Eds.), Encyclopedia of criminology and criminal justice. New York, NY: Springer.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2014). Nuance, technology, and the Fourth Amendment: A response to predictive policing and reasonable suspicion. Emory Law Journal Online, 67, 87-95. This material can be found here.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2015). Discoverymania: Plausibility pleading as misprescription. Brooklyn Law Review, 80(4), 1487-1552. This material can be found here.

  • Arcila, F., Jr. (2015). The future of scholarship in law schools. Touro Law Review, 31(1) [Article 4]. This material can be found here.

  • Baker, C. A., & Salkin, P. E. (Eds.). (2013). Town & gown: Legal strategies for effective collaboration. Chicago, IL: American Bar Association.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1980). The Jamaican women case and the Canadian Human Rights Act: Is government subject to the principle of equal opportunity? Western Ontario Law Review, 18(2), 461-493.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1981). The impact of the European convention on human rights in the United Kingdom: Implications for Canada. Ottawa Law Review, 13(3), 507-526.

  • Bayefsky, A. F. (1981). The Impact of the European Convention on HumanRights in the United Kingdom: Implications for Canada. Ottawa Law Review, 13(3), 507-526.

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