We are pleased to announce the Fellows for academic year 2013 - 2014. The Thematic fellows' research is based around the theme 'Racial, Ethnic and Economic Segregation,' while At-Large fellows work on a project of their choice.
Welcome to the Straus Institute
The Straus Institute for the Advanced Study of Law & Justice was established with thanks to a generous donation from Daniel E. Straus ('81) and his wife Joyce G. Straus, through their family foundation. The mission of The Straus Institute is to welcome Fellows from around the world and facilitate their high level research and scholarship on topics falling within a broad definition of law and justice.
- Bruce Cain
- Alessandra Casella
- Bernard Grofman
- Ellen Lust
- Kalypso Nicolaïdis (Joint Straus/Senior Emile Noël Fellow)
- Pasquale Pasquino (David M. Friedman Fellow; Joint Straus/Senior Emile Noël Fellow)
- Nancy Rosenblum
- Jack Snyder
- Gerald Blidstein (Maimonides Fellow; Joint Straus/Tikvah Fellow)
- Stephen Gardbaum (Joint Straus/Senior Emile Noël Fellow)
- Avishai Margalit (Joint Straus/Tikvah Fellow)
The single most important feature of the Straus Fellowship Program is the Fellows Workshop Series – it is the vehicle through which work is presented and discussed, and encapsulates the idea of the Program – the University as a community of scholars.
We look forward to hosting a community of scholars who can rethink first principles regarding normative questions about why and under what circumstances public policy should seek to prevent or undo residential segregation.
See what Straus Fellows from past Academic years have to say about their experiences at The Straus Institute for the Advanced Study of Law & Justice at NYU School of Law.