Bernstein, David E(liot) 1967-
BERNSTEIN, David E(liot) 1967-
Born July 4, 1967, in New York, NY; son of Stanley (a dentist) and Lillian (a teacher) Bernstein. Ethnicity: "Jewish." Education: Brandeis University, B.A. (summa cum laude), 1988; Yale University, J.D., 1991. Religion: Jewish. Hobbies and other interests: Improvisational comedy performance, travel.
Home—3301 North Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA 22201. Office—School of Law, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030-4444.
Law clerk to U.S. Court of Appeals Judge David A. Nelson, 1991-92; Crowell & Moring (law firm), Washington, DC, associate, 1992-94; Columbia University, New York, NY, fellow in Julius Silver Program in Law, Science, and Technology, 1994-95; George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, assistant professor, 1995-98, associate professor of law, 1998—. Georgetown University, visiting professor, 2003; speaker at other institutions, including University of Michigan, Boston University, Vanderbilt University, Washburn University, and University of Chicago.
Mellon Foundation fellow, 1994-95; John M. Olin junior faculty fellowship, 1998-99; Law and Economics Center Prize for best book in law and economics, 2000; Jurimetrics prize for best article on law, science, and technology.
(Coeditor and contributor) Phantom Risk: Scientific Inference and the Law, MIT Press (Cambridge, MA), 1993.
Only One Place of Redress: African-Americans, Labor Regulations, and the Courts from Reconstruction to the New Deal, Duke University Press (Durham, NC), 2001.
(With others) The New Wigmore: Volume on Expert and Demonstrative Evidence, Aspen Law and Business, 2002.
Contributor to books, including Cutting Green Tape: Tort Law, Bureaucracy, and the Environment, edited by Meiners and Stroup, Independent Institute, 2000; and Constitutional Law Stories, edited by Michael Dorf, Foundation Press, 2003. Contributor of articles and reviews to law journals and other periodicals, including Los Angeles Daily Journal, Legal Times, Science, Wall Street Journal, Washington Times, Liberty, and Reason.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
Equality at Any Price? The Growing Conflict between Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (tentative title).
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
American Historical Review, April, 2002, Meri E. Reed, review of Only One Place of Redress: African-Americans, Labor Regulations, and the Courts from Reconstruction to the New Deal, p. 567.
Chemical and Engineering News, March 28, 1994, James C. Carver, review of Phantom Risk: Scientific Inference and the Law, p. 43.
Journal of American History, June, 2002, Michael S. Mayer, review of Only One Place of Redress, p. 255.
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, winter, 1995, Robert J. MacCoun, review of Phantom Risk, p. 168.
Journal of Southern History, August, 2002, James D. Schmidt, review of Only One Place of Redress, p. 724.
New England Journal of Medicine, February 10, 1994, Bert Black, review of Phantom Risk, p. 443.
Public Interest, summer, 2002, Ken I. Kersch, review of Only One Place of Redress, p. 141.