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Norman B. Lichtenstein
Professor Norman Lichtenstein was an active member of the Pace Law School faculty for over 25 years. He previously served as executive director of Westchester Legal Services and was a member and past president of the White Plains Board of Education. He also counsel to the New York State Joint Legislative Committee on Consumer Protection and was a member of the Citizens Union Committee on State Legislation. He is a past member of the Family Court Law Guardian Advisory Committee for the Ninth Judicial District of the Second Judicial Department. He has published articles on retroactive relief in the federal courts as impacted by the Eleventh Amendment, the right to know for children in schools and fault as a factor in distribution of property at divorce. His primary teaching areas include courses on Professional Responsibility and Law and Education.
|Articles||"Children, the Schools, and the Right to Know: Some Thoughts at the Schoolhouse Gate." San Francisco Law Review 91 (1985).|
|"Marital Misconduct and the Allocation of Financial Resources at Divorce: A Farewell to Fault," 54 UMKC Law Review 1 (1985).|
|"Retroactive Relief in the Federal Courts Since Edelman v. Jordan: A Trip Through the Twilight Zone," 32 Case Western Reserve Law Review 364 (1982).|