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New York Law School has appointed five full-time and four visiting professors and promoted two faculty members. New appointments include Richard H. Chused, an expert on property law, law and gender, copyright law and cyber law. Chused, who will join as professor of law in the 2008-09 academic year, currently teaches at Georgetown University Law Center and is the Webmaster for the Society of American Law Teachers. Joining the school as associate professor of law is Molly Katrina Beutz. Previously, she was the Robert M. Cover and Allard K. Lowenstein Fellow in International Human Rights and a visiting lecturer at Yale Law School. Doni Gewirtzman, an expert on constitutional law and theory, also joins as associate professor. Previously, he was a visiting fellow at Vanderbilt University Law School and served as co-associate director and acting assistant professor in New York University School of Law’s lawyering program. James Grimmelmann, associate professor of law, comes from the Information Society Project at Yale Law School, where he was a resident fellow. Last year, he was an adjunct professor at New York Law School. Rebecca Roiphe, who taught for two years as a visiting assistant professor at Fordham University School of Law, also joins as associate professor. New visiting professors are Lloyd Bonfield, Dan Hunter, Sheldon L. Leader and Marshall Tracht. New York Law School also announced that professor Beth Simone Noveck received tenure and Deborah N. Archer was promoted to full professor of law and received a long-term contract.

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