[PAST EVENT] Workshop for W&M Faculty and Students with NYU Law Professor William Nelson
On Tuesday, February 20th, at 12:50 PM, Professor Nelson will give a workshop that is open to W&M faculty, staff, and students on a work-in-progress titled “Marbury v. Madison: The Developing Legal/Political Nature of Judicial Review” in the Faculty Room at the law school. Please join us!
About Professor Nelson (excerpted from his faculty biography)
William Nelson has been active as a legal historian since the publication of his first history article in the New York University Annual Survey of American Law in 1966. Over the intervening years, Nelson has published two prize-winning books, eleven other books, and numerous articles in leading law reviews and history journals. Nelson has been a mainstay of NYU School of Law’s first-year teaching faculty since he returned to the Law School as a professor in 1979. Read more.
Select Publications (view all)
The Common Law in Colonial America, Vol. III: The Chesapeake and New England, 1660-1730 (Oxford University Press, 2016)
"Politicizing the Courts and Undermining the Law: A Legal History of Colonial North Carolina, 1660-1775," 88 N.C. L. Rev. 2133 (2010)
"The Lawfinding Power of Colonial American Juries," 71 Ohio St. L. J. 1003 (2010)
Fighting for the City: A History of the New York City Corporation Counsel (New York Law Journal in association with the Law Department and the Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City, 2008)
In Pursuit of Right and Justice: Edward Weinfeld as Lawyer and Judge (New York University Press, 2004)
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