Anthony J. Sebok

Home Institution, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

LAPA Fellow, 2005-2006

LAPA Fellow

 Cardozo Law School<br />55 Fifth Ave.<br />NY NY 10003

 Curriculum Vitae

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 sebok@yu.edu

 212 790 0418

While at LAPA
Anthony J. Sebok is Centennial Professor of Law at Brooklyn Law School. He teaches Torts, Jurisprudence, Comparative Products Liability and Remedies. He received a B.A. in Philosophy from Cornell University, an M.Phil. in Politics from Oxford University, a J.D. from Yale Law School, and a Ph.D. in Politics from Princeton University. He is the author of Legal Positivism in American Jurisprudence (1998) and coauthored Tort Law: Responsibilities and Redress (2004) with John Goldberg and Benjamin Zipursky. His articles on jurisprudence and torts have appeared in various journals, including the Michigan Law Review, the Southern California Law Review and the Vanderbilt Law Review. In 2004 he co-edited a symposium for the Boston University Law Review on the jurisprudence of slavery reparations. He was a Berlin Prize Fellow at the American Academy of Berlin in 1999 and the DAAD Visiting Professor of Law at the Freie Universit

Publications: 

The Inauthentic Claim, 64 Vand. L. Rev. __ (2011) (forthcoming)

Betting on Tort Suits After the Event:  From Champerty to Insurance 60 Depaul L. Rev. __ (2011) (forthcoming) (symposium on uncertainty in tort law)

“Adversarial Legalism and the Emergence of a New European Legality:  A Comparative Perspective” (with Lars Trägårdh) in Imagining New Legalities, (Austin Sarat, ed., Stanford University Press, 2010)

 “Comment on ‘Law as a Means’” in The Hart/Fuller Debate at Fifty (Peter Cane, ed., Hart Publishing, 2009)

 “United States” and “Aggregated Damages” in Unification of Tort Law: Punitive Damages (Helmut Koziol and Vanessa Wilcox, eds., Research Unit for European Tort Law, 2009)

What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Mass Torts? 106 Mich. L. Rev. 1213 (2008) (reviewing Richard Nagareda, Mass Torts in A World of Settlement)