The CUNY Law faculty is an extraordinary and diverse group of public interest and public service practitioners and scholars. Their extensive practical experience adds great depth to the classroom and creates internship and employment opportunities for students, while they produce cutting edge, engaged scholarship in areas as diverse as:

  • Capital Punishment
  • Domestic Violence
  • Indigenous Land Rights
  • Cross Cultural Lawyering
  • LGBT Issues
  • Aging
  • Ecology
  • International Human Rights
  • Pedagogy

Working as colleagues, faculty and students are on a first name basis; the faculty's highest priority is training and graduating excellent public interest lawyers.


Faculty Experts For Media Interviews

CUNY School of Law faculty members are available for media interviews on a range of subjects.

Faculty Scholarship Support

The Office of Faculty Scholarship Support provides administrative support for every aspect of a faculty member's scholarship plans.

Selected Faculty Publications on Pedagogy

A selected collection of pedagogical literature by the CUNY Law faculty.

Faculty News


Why I Teach at CUNY Law

Hear what our professors have to say...


Legal Writing Center

Besides providing services for students, the traditional function of writing centers, the Writing Center at the CUNY School of Law is also a resource for faculty as you plan and manage your courses.