Editor: David Reiss
Brooklyn Law School

February 6, 2023

American College of Mortgage Attorneys

By David Reiss

Just announcing that I have been selected as a Fellow of the American College of Mortgage Attorneys, one of only a couple dozen in New York. ACMA fellows are nominated by their peers, and the designation recognizes excellence in the … Continue reading

January 13, 2023

CBC Interview on Appointment of Special Counsel

By David Reiss

I was interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Company in Special Counsel to Investigate Biden’s Handling of Classified Documents. The clip explains that a “special counsel has been named to investigate U.S. President Joe Biden’s handling of two batches of classified … Continue reading

March 24, 2021

Can NYS Rename Trump State Park?

By David Reiss

  Politifact quoted me in Can New York State Rename Donald J. Trump State Park? It reads, Even after officially decamping for Palm Beach, Fla., former President Donald Trump has continued to stir emotions in his previous home state of … Continue reading

December 16, 2020

Supporting The Consumer Bankruptcy Reform Act

By David Reiss

I, along with 73 other law profs, signed a letter of support drafted by Professor Pamela Foohey (Indiana). It reads in part, Congress enacted our current Bankruptcy Code in 1978. Much has changed since then. Even after adjusting for population … Continue reading

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September 8, 2020

The Changing Architecture of Real Estate Law Education

By David Reiss

The Association of American Law School Section on Real Estate Transactions and the Section on Academic Support are doing a call for Statements of Interest for those interested in presenting at an AALS panel meeting in January of next year. … Continue reading

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July 3, 2019

Two Positions at Detroit Mercy School of Law

By David Reiss

Professor Belian asked me to post the following: Announcement: Property Law Position University of Detroit Mercy School of Law seeks a proven or aspiring scholar and teacher with an interest in teaching first-year Property Law for a tenured or tenure-track … Continue reading

June 26, 2019

In Spite of It All

By David Reiss quoted me in 3 Most Mind-Boggling Housing Turf Wars Ever—and What They Can Teach Us All. It opens, Welcome to turf wars! No, it’s not the latest reality TV show—it’s just a way to describe two (or more) parties insisting … Continue reading