Prof. Barry Friedman
Professor Friedman is a prominent constitutional scholar engaged in interdisciplinary research in constitutional theory and judicial behavior. He is also one of the country's leading federal courts scholars. Over the last several years he has written extensively in these fields, with his most recent work appearing in the Texas Law Review, the Michigan Law Review, Law & Contemporary Problems, and the Columbia Law Review. He is the co-editor of (and contributor to) the recent book, Judicial Independence at the Crossroads: An Interdisciplinary Approach.
Given the interdisciplinary nature of his work, he is a frequent participant at legal history and political science conferences, as well as those in law. He also is a convener of the Annual Constitutional Theory Conference. He has recently presented papers to audiences at the Annual Constitutional Theory Conference, and Stanford Law School. He has been a visiting scholar at the Rockefeller Foundation Study and Conference Center in Bellagio, Italy.
Professor Friedman has engaged in a range of service activities, including extensive involvement with the American Judicature Society. He presently serves on the Steering Committee of New York University's Institute for Law and Society, and as Director of the Furman Program, devoted to preparing young scholars for academic careers.