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  The School of Law - Newark 2004-2006 Faculty and Administration Jon C. Dubin  

Jon C. Dubin

Professor of Law, Alfred C. Clapp Public Service Scholar, and Director of Clinical Programs.(Urban Legal Clinic; Administrative Law; Poverty Law.) Professor Dubin received his A.B. from Dartmouth College and his J.D. from New York University School of Law. He has served as law clerk to U.S. District Judge John L. Kane, Jr.; the Marvin M. Karpatkin Fellow on the American Civil Liberties Union`s national staff; staff attorney and director of litigation for the Harlem Neighborhood Office of the Legal Aid Society of New York City, Civil Division; and assistant counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. Immediately prior to joining the law faculty of Rutgers-Newark in 1999, he was a professor of law and Director of Clinical Programs at St. Mary`s School of Law.

Professor Dubin has received awards for his teaching, scholarship, and public service. In 1994, he received the faculty award for teaching excellence at St. Mary`s. In 2002, the National Equal Justice Library selected one of his articles, "Torquemada Meets Kafka: The Misapplication of the Issue Exhaustion Doctrine to Inquisitorial Administrative Proceedings" (Columbia Law Review, 1997), for the Edgar and Jean Cahn Award as one of the outstanding articles about equal justice for lower income persons published during the 20th century. The U.S. Supreme Court twice cited this article in Sims v. Apfel (2000), a case in which Professor Dubin served as cocounsel, principal drafter of the petitioner`s main brief, and principal strategist of the petitioner`s position in a successful appeal before the high court. An earlier article, "From Junkyards to Gentrification: Explicating a Right to Protective Zoning in Low-Income Communities of Color" (Minnesota Law Review, 1993), was peer-reviewed and selected for inclusion in the 1994 anthology issue of Clark-Boardman`s Land Use and Environment Law Review as one of the five best land use articles of 1993. Professor Dubin is the recipient of the 2003 Haywood Burns/Shanara Gilbert Award from the Northeast Regional People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference for public service and scholarship that advances "the legal, social, and economic positions of people of color in our society." He has served as the chairperson of the Association of American Law Schools` Poverty Law Section and as a member of the board of editors of the Clinical Law Review.

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