New York University School of Law announced yesterday that Trevor Morrison, a constitutional law scholar and professor at Columbia Law School, will succeed Richard Revesz as dean. Revesz, who is stepping down May 31, will remain on the law school faculty and will serve as director of the university’s new Marron Institute on Cities and the Urban Environment (NYLJ, March 4). "I am very pleased that Trevor Morrison will be NYU Law’s next dean," NYU president John Sexton said in a news release. "A clear sign of an institution’s direction is the quality of the talent it attracts, and the recruitment of someone of Trevor’s caliber says much about the Law School."
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