Our outstanding faculty is known for contributions to legal scholarship, public service, distinguished practice of law, and devotion to the intellectual development of our students.
Brooklyn Law School faculty members are engaged in scholarly research on pivotal legal and interdisciplinary issues, and their influence extends far beyond the borders of our campus. Learn more about some of our faculty's recent scholarship.
Brooklyn Law School’s VAP Program provides an ideal environment for the brightest legal minds to prepare for a career teaching law.
Brooklyn Law School’s faculty workshop series gives scholars opportunities to keep abreast of new research and to engage in dialogue on works in progress.
This colloquium aims to put students and faculty in conversation with the best current work in legal theory. Subjects for 2012 will include cultural cognition, new governance, linguistic approaches to constitutional theory, the new originalism, and moral understandings of contract theory.
Brooklyn Law School’s faculty members are contributing to their fields through scholarship, presentations on a global scale, interacting with their students in the community, and engaging with the media across many different platforms.
Our Visiting Scholars are international academics, lawyers, practitioners, judges, or government officials visiting the law school for periods that range from a few weeks to an academic year.