Professor Serkin teaches and writes about land use and property law. His scholarship focuses particularly on issues relating to Local Governments, Eminent Domain, and the Takings Clause. He is the co-editor of a leading Land Use casebook, and his publications have appeared in the Chicago Law Review, Columbia Law Review, New York University Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review, Northwestern University Law Review, and others. His most recent scholarship is forthcoming in the University of Chicago Law Review and the Fordham Urban Law Journal.
Prior to joining Brooklyn Law School, Professor Serkin spent two years at New York University School of Law as an acting assistant professor in its Lawyering Program. He also previously served as a litigation associate with the New York office of Davis Polk & Wardwell. He was an articles editor of the Michigan Law Review, and following law school, he clerked for Judge John M. Walker Jr. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and for Judge J. Garvan Murtha of the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont.
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