About

I am a Professor of Legal Studies at Hofstra University’s Frank G. Zarb School of Business as well as a member of the New York State Bar, the New York State Bar Association, the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB), and the North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business (NEALSB). I also serve as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals and have served as an officer of the North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business (NEALSB) from 2009-2012 (President, 2011-2012, President-elect and Program Chair 2010-2011 and Vice President 2009-2010).

Recent Books

Recent Articles in Refereed Journals and Law Reviews

  • López, V. D. “Dealing with Uninvited and Unwelcomed Guests: A Survey or Current State Legislative Efforts to Control Illegal Immigration within Their Borders” International  Journal of Public Law and Policy, Vol. 3, No. 1,  2013 (Geneva, Switzerland).
  • López, V.D. “Principled Leadership: Finding Common Ground among Divergent Philosophies” University of Botswana Law    Journal, Vol. 11 (December 2010).
  • López, V.D. “State Homestead Exemptions and Bankruptcy Law: Is it Time for Congress to Close the Loophole?” Rutgers Business Law Journal, Vol. 7 ( Spring 2010) [recently cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in Law v. Siegel, 134 S. Ct. 1188 (2014) and IN RE MARTIN, Bankr. Court, ED New York (2013)].
  • “Illegal Immigration: Economic, Social and Ethical Implications” North East Journal of Legal Studies Vol. 22   (Spring 2009).

For additional information about me and my publications, including free previews of my current books, please visit my web page at http://www.victordlopez.com.

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