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Semi-Wonderful Town, Semi-Wonderful State: Bill Nelson's New York, Edward A. Purcell Jr. Jun 2014

Semi-Wonderful Town, Semi-Wonderful State: Bill Nelson's New York, Edward A. Purcell Jr.

Chicago-Kent Law Review

This article examines Bill Nelson’s two major books on the history of New York law and politics, The Legalist Reformation (2001) and Fighting for the City (2008). The former deals with developments in New York State from the late nineteenth to the late twentieth century; the latter with New York City starting somewhat earlier but concentrating on the same later period. The Legalist Reformation argues that the election of Alfred E. Smith as Governor of New York in 1922 began a transformation of the state’s legal and political culture that brought new and more egalitarian social policies to the state …


The Aftermath Of 9/11: Reflections Of Michael A. Cardozo, Michael A. Cardozo Jan 2012

The Aftermath Of 9/11: Reflections Of Michael A. Cardozo, Michael A. Cardozo

NYLS Law Review

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The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Of 2001: Policy And Precedent, Kenneth R. Feinberg Jan 2012

The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Of 2001: Policy And Precedent, Kenneth R. Feinberg

NYLS Law Review

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How Planyc Will Facilitate Brownfield Redevelopment, Mark Mcintyre Jan 2009

How Planyc Will Facilitate Brownfield Redevelopment, Mark Mcintyre

NYLS Law Review

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Reflections On The New York City Law Department, Edward I. Koch Jan 2008

Reflections On The New York City Law Department, Edward I. Koch

NYLS Law Review

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Reflections On My Years As Corporation Counsel, Peter L. Zimroth Jan 2008

Reflections On My Years As Corporation Counsel, Peter L. Zimroth

NYLS Law Review

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The New York City Corporation Counsel: The Best Legal Job In America, Michael A. Cardozo Jan 2008

The New York City Corporation Counsel: The Best Legal Job In America, Michael A. Cardozo

NYLS Law Review

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Taking The Offensive: New York City’S Affirmative Suits, Gail Rubin Jan 2008

Taking The Offensive: New York City’S Affirmative Suits, Gail Rubin

NYLS Law Review

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Fighting For The City In Context: William Nelson And The Legal History Of New York, William P. Lapiana Jan 2008

Fighting For The City In Context: William Nelson And The Legal History Of New York, William P. Lapiana

NYLS Law Review

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The Birth Of A Public Corporation, Jon C. Teaford Feb 1985

The Birth Of A Public Corporation, Jon C. Teaford

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Public Property and Private Power: The Corporation of the City of New York in American Law, 1730-1870. by Hendrik Hartog