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Rachel E Barkow

New York University
  • Criminal Law, Gov & Administrative Law, Separation of Powers
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Expertise
  • Criminal Law
  • Gov & Administrative Law
  • Separation of Powers
Professional Experience
Professor
New York University
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Education
Harvard Law School
J.D.
Honors: Sears Prize (awarded for the two highest grade point averages in the first year); Best Memorandum Award: First Year Ames Moot Court Competition
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Northwestern University
B.A.
Vice President, College of Commerce and Industry (in charge of philanthropy); Executive Board, Student Blood Services
Honors: with Honors in both History and Psychology, and with Distinction in All Subjects;P hi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Dean s List; James Alton James Scholar (most distinguished social science academic, junior year)
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Awards
Podell Distinguished Teaching Award
Professional Associations
Executive Committee, New Law Professors Section, Association of American Law Schools
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District of Columbia Bar
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Maryland Bar
Member
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Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States
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Bar of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
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Co-Director
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Activities: Furman Scholars and Fellows Program
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Chair
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Activities: Clerkship Committee
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Activities: New York University Law Review
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Activities: Clerkship Committee
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Speaking Engagements
A Review of the Supreme Court s 2002 Term Criminal Law Cases, Institute of Judicial Administration Panel at the American Bar Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA
A Tale of Two Agencies: A Comparative Analysis of FCC and DOJ Review of Telecommunications Mergers, Antitrust in the Information Age Symposium, Chicago, IL
University of Chicago Law School Legal Forum
Administering Crime, Advanced Criminal Law Seminar, New York,NY
Fordham University Law School
Administering Crime, Washington,DC
Faculty Workshop
Administering Crime, Public Law Colloquium, Cambridge, MA,
Administering Crime, Notre Dame, IN
University of Notre Dame Law School
Administering Crime
An Administrative Law Paradigm for Criminal Justice, NYU Hoffinger Criminal Justice Colloquium, New York, NY
Blakely and the Future of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, Board of Trustees Meeting, New York, NY
NYU SCHOOL OF LAW
Blakely and the Future of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, New York, NY
NYU SCHOOL OF LAW
Criminal Law Lunch Group
Blakely and the Model Penal Code Revisions on Sentencing, National Association of Sentencing Commissions Conference, Santa Fe, NM
Current Issues in Criminal Law, New York, NY
Institute of Judicial Administration
Panel Discussion
Federalism and the Politics of Sentencing, New York Junior Faculty Colloquium, New York, NY
Fordham Law School
Federalism and the Politics of Sentencing, New York,NY
NYU SCHOOL OF LAW
Faculty Workshop
Federalism and the Politics of Sentencing, Columbia Law Review Symposium, New York, NY
Symposium,  Sentencing: What s at Stake for the States?,
Guantanamo: The Supreme Court Case and the Extent of U.S. Power Over  Illegal Combatants, New York, NY
Center on Law and Security, NYU School of Law
What Will it Mean? Panel Discussion
Global Rules for National Administrative Law, NYU Global Administrative Law Conference, New York, NY
Influences on Federal Sentencing Policy: Post Booker, Washington, DC
Federal Judicial Center,National Sentencing Policy Institute
Panel Discussion
Justice Scalia s Criminal Law Jurisprudence, NYU Annual Survey of American Law Dedication Ceremony, New York, NY
Neoliberal Regulatory Regimes and State Legitimation Crises, New York, NY
NYU Law and Society Program
Commented on Christine Harrington & Umut Turem,Law and Society Workshop
Politics, Federalism, and Sentencing Reform, NYU Summer Brown Bag Series, New York, NY
Separation of Powers and the Criminal Law, NYU Summer Brown Bag Series, New York, NY
Separation of Powers and the Criminal Law, May Gathering of Law School Junior Faculty, Washington, DC
The Future and Force of the Guidelines, Chicago, IL
Panel Discussion, Federal Judicial Center, Workshop for Judges of the First and Seventh Circuits
The Future of Federal Sentencing After Booker/Fanfan, Harvard Journal on Legislation Symposium
The Future of Federal Sentencing After Booker/Fanfan, New York, NY
American Constitution Society, NYU School of Law
The Media and the Democratic Process,, New York, NY
NYU SCHOOL OF LAW
Panel Discussion on the 2004 Election
The Political Constitution of Criminal Justice, Harvard Law School Criminal Justice Roundtable, Cambridge, MA
Contact & Map
40 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
USA
Telephone: (212) 992-8829
Fax: (212) 995-4881