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Lawyer , legal educator

Linda Joy Silberman, law educator. Achievements include first woman to be tenured as a full professor at New York University School of Law. Member of American Law Institute, Order of Coif.

Background

Silberman, Linda Joy was born in 1944 in. Bachelor of Arts, University Michigan, 1965, Juris Doctor, 1968. Bar: Illinois 1969. Fulbright scholar U. London, 1968-1969.

Education

Associate Sonnenschein, Levinson, Carlin, Nath & Rosenthal, 1969-1971. Assistant professor of law New York University, 1971-1974, associate professor, 1974-1977, professor, since 1977. Consultant.

Career

Fullbright scholar University London, 1968—1969. Associate Sonnenschein, Levinson, Carlin, Nath & Rosenthal, 1969—1971. Assistant professor New York University School Law, 1971—1974, associate professor, 1974—1977, professor, since 1977, now Martin Lipton professor law, associate director Institute Judicial Administration, 1991—1995.

Visiting professor University Pennsylvania, 1981, 1984—1985, Columbia University, 1982—1983. Consultant New York Law Revision Commission, 1983—1985, Hague Convention Civic Aspects International Child Abduction. Professor-in-residence appellate staff Department Justice, 1985—1986.

Achievements

  • Achievements include first woman to be tenured as a full professor at New York University School of Law.

Membership

Member Order of Coif, Institute Judicial Administration (director lay judges project).