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Changes to Spring Academic Calendar Fordham is modifying its academic calendar in anticipation of a national resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic this winter. Full Details


  • The Power of Dignity, 84 Fordham L. Rev. 3 (2015) (written symposium on the impact of Obergefell v. Hodges, 135 S. Ct. 2584 (2015)).
  • Stories: The Case for Structured Rounds, in Theory and Practice in Clinical Pedagogy (Bryant et al. eds., 2014).
  • Co-Reporter (with Hunter Carter) New York State Bar Association Special Committee on LGBT People and the Law, Report and Recommendation on Marriage Rights for Same Sex Couples (May 2009)
  • "Introduction: Forty Years of Loving: Confronting Issues of Race, Sexuality, and the Family in the Twenty-First Century", 76 Fordham Law Review 2669 (2008) (with R.A. Lenhardt, Sheila Foster & Sonia Katyal)
  • Global Collaboration in Law Schools: Lessons to Learn, 30 Fordham Int'l L.J. 346 (2007)
  • "Who Needs Marriage?: Equality and the Role of the State." (Decisions and Families: A Symposium on Polygamy, Same-Sex Marriage, and Medical Decision Making), 8 Journal of Law & Family Studies 325 (2006)
  • Reporter, New York State Bar Association, Report and Recommendations of the Special Committee to Study Issues Affecting Same-Sex Couples (October 2004)
  • Social Risk and the Transformation of Public Health Law: Lessons from the Plague Years, 86 Iowa L. Rev. 871 (2001)
  • Testing for Genetic Traits: The Need for a New Legal Doctrine of Informed Consent, 58 Maryland L. Rev. 346 (1999)
  • I Diritti Spettanti ai Malati di AIDS ed ai Sieropositivi negli Stati Uniti: Una Valutazione Critica [The Legal Rights of People Living with HIV/AIDS in the United States: A Critical Assessment], in HIV/AIDS, Diritti E Responsabilita [HIV/AIDS, Rights and Responsibilities] (Elisabetta Simeoni ed. & Lorenza Crestoni trans., 1998).
  • Introduction (with Benjamin Zipursky), Urban Bioethics: A Symposium on Health Care, Poverty, Autonomy, Co-sponsored by the Urban Law Journal and the Stein Center on Ethics and Public Interest Law, 24 Urban L.J. 663 (1998).
  • Introduction, "Mandatory Testing of Pregnant Women and Newborns: HIV, Drug Use and Welfare Policy," Urban Bioethics: A Symposium on Health Care, Poverty, Autonomy, 24 Urban L.J. 719 (1998).
  • HIV Disease in Pregnancy -- Ethics, Law and Policy, 24 Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America, December 1997.
  • Why Mandatory HIV Testing of Pregnant Women and Newborns Must Fair: A Legal, Historical, and Public Policy Analysis, 3 Cardozo Women's Law Journal 13 (1996)
  • Historical and Analytic Overview of Policy Issues Affecting Women Living with AIDS: A Blueprint for Learning from Our Past, 72 Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 283 (Summer Supplement 1995).
  • Ethical, Legal and Policy Considerations (with Kathleen Powderly), in Primary Care of Women and Children with HIV Infection: A Multidisciplinary Approach (Patricia Kelly et al. eds., 1995).
  • HIV Exceptionalism, Or, Making Plague Pay, 133 N.J.L.J. 1192 (March 29, 1993).
  • When Being Ill is Illegal: Women and the Criminalization of HIV, Health/PAC Bulletin at 10 (Winter 1992).
  • HIV-Infected Parents and the Law: Issues of Custody, Visitation and Guardianship, AIDS Agenda (Nan D. Hunter & William B. Rubenstein eds., 1992).
  • AIDS Law: The Impact of AIDS on American Schools and Prisons, 1987 Ann. Surv. Am. L. (1987)