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Roderick M Hills Jr.

New York University
  • Appeals & Appellate, Education Law, Gov & Administrative Law...
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Expertise
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Education Law
  • Gov & Administrative Law
  • Municipal Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Jurisdiction and Conflict of Laws
Professional Experience
Professor
New York University
Current
Education
Yale Law School
J.D.
Honors: Cohen Prize for Best Paper in Philosophy of Law
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University of Chicago, Committee on Social Thought
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Honors: Century Fellow
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Yale University
B.A. | History
Honors: with distinction, summa cum laude, Phi beta kappa
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Awards
2002 Paul M. Bator Award
Federalist Society to legal scholar under 40 for Excellence in Scholarship & Teaching
1999 L. Hart Wright Award for Outstanding Teaching
University of Michigan law school to law faculty member for excellence in teaching
Professional Associations
U.S. Supreme Court Bar
Member
Current
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Illinois State Bar
Member
Current
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U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
Member
Current
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Speaking Engagements
Should We Trust Planners Less Than the Police?
Jointly Sponsored by Georgetown University Law Center, San Francisco California
Conference on Takings
Two Concepts of the Economic: The Underlying Unity of Federalism and Due Process Jurisprudence
Conference on Constitutional Law
Westphalian Liberalism
Fordham School of Law, New York, NY
Panelist at Conference on Constitutional Theory ( A New Constitutional Order? )
Shifting the Balance of Power: The Judiciary, Federalism, and State Sovereign Immunity
Stanford University Law School
The 11th Amendment as Curb on Bureaucratic Power
Is Federalism Good for Localism?
University of Virginia Law School
Democracy in Action: Conference on Local Government Law
Federalism and Fear: Sorting and Democratizing Politics in Federal Regimes
University of Chicago Law School, Law and Politics
The Individual Right to Federalism in the Rehnquist Court, Panelist Symposium, Washington, D.C.
George Washington Law Review
Symposium on the Legacy of the Rehnquist Court
Exit, Voice, and Equity: A Survey of the Tiebout Model in Legal Scholarship, Land Policy Tiebout Conference, Hanover, New Hampshire
Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College and the Lincoln Institute
The Tiebout Model at Fifty
Two Concepts of the Economic: The Underlying Unity of Federalism and Due Process Jurisprudence, Austin
Legal Theory Workshop
How the Campaign for Gay Equality Proved that Madison Was Wrong, San Francisco, CA
AALS
Against Preemption: How Federalism Can Improve the National Legislative Process, AALS Conference
Tort Section, New York City
Against Preemption: How Federalism Can Improve the National Legislative Process
Conference on Authority Migration, University of Michigan
Federalism in Constitutional Context, 17th National Symposium
Federalist Society, New York Univerisity Law School
The Political Economy of Cooperative Federalism
Workshop
The Political Economy of Cooperative Federalism, Boalt Hall
University of California Law School
Conference on Federalism
Agenda Ann Arbor
Land-Use Regulation, Sprawl, and Affordable Housing Urban Land Institute
Dissecting the State
Workshop, New York University Law School
Dissecting the State
Workshop, University of Texas School of Law
Exorcising Anti-Pragmatism from Constitutional Theory, 1st Annual Conference
Vanderbilt University Law School
Conference on Constitutional Theory
Federalism and Corruption: (How) Does Federal Prosecution of Non-Federal Officials Corruption Undermine State and Local Politic, Chicago, IL
Chicago-Kent Law School
Legal Theory Workshop
Poverty, Residency, and Federalism: States Duty of Impartiality Toward Newcomers
University of Virginia Law School
Legal Studies Workshop
Romer v. Evans and the Lawyer s role in defining  normal baselines in constitutional law
Ass n of American Law Schools
Section Panel on Constitutional Law
The Constitutional Rights of Private Governments, Fifth Annual Conference
University of Virginia Law School
Conference on Constitutional Law
Two Concepts of the Economic: The Underlying Unity of Federalism and Due Process Jurisprudence, 2nd Annual Conference
New York University Law School
Conference on Constitutional Law
Contact & Map
40 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
USA
Telephone: (212) 992-8177