Dorsen, Norman

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DORSEN, Norman

DORSEN, Norman. American, b. 1930. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Law. Career: Dewey, Ballantine, Bushby, Palmer & Wood, NYC, Law Associate, 1958-60; New York University School of Law, NYC, Stokes Professor of Law, 1961-. Society of American Law Teachers, president, 1972-73; American Civil Liberties Union, president, 1976-91; Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, chairman, 1995-; US Assn of Constitutional Law, president, 1996-. Visiting professor at universities. Publications: (with others) Political and Civil Rights in the U.S., 3rd ed., 1967, 4th ed., 1979, supplement, 1982; Frontiers of Civil Liberties, 1968; Discrimination and Civil Rights, 1969; (with L. Friedman) Disorder in the Court, 1973; (with S. Gillers) Regulation of Lawyers, 1985; (with D. Rudovsky and L. Whitman) Human Rights in Northern Ireland, 1991. EDITOR: The Rights of Americans, 1971; (with S. Gillers) None of Your Business-Government Secrecy in America, 1974; Our Endangered Rights: The ACLU Report on Civil Liberties Today, 1984; The Evolving Constitution, 1987; (with F. Gifford) Democracy and the Rule of Law, 2001; The Unpredictable Constitution, 2002. Address: New York University, School of Law, 40 Washington Sq S, New York, NY 10012, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]