Curriculum Vitae


Daniel R. Pinello



EDUCATION


            Ph.D., Yale University, 1991 (Political Science)

            J.D., New York University School of Law, 1975

            B.A., Williams College, 1972



PUBLICATIONS

 

Book: America's War on Same-Sex Couples and Their Families - And How the Courts Rescued Them. Cambridge University Press, 2016.


Book: America’s Struggle for Same-Sex Marriage. Cambridge University Press, 2006. (Reviews available here.)  Google Scholar reports that at least 100 books and articles have cited this book since its publication.

 

Book: Gay Rights and American Law. Cambridge University Press, 2003. (Reviews available here.)  Google Scholar reports that more than 130 books and articles have cited this book since its publication.

 

Book: The Impact of Judicial-Selection Method on State-Supreme-Court Policy: Innovation, Reaction, and Atrophy. Greenwood Press, 1995.  Google Scholar reports that more than 110 books and articles have cited this book since its publication.

 

e-Book: Casebook on Sexual Orientation and the Law.

 

Book Chapter: “The New York City Court System,” in Andrew Karmen (ed.), Crime and Justice in New York City. McGraw-Hill, 1998.

 

Article: “Linking Party to Judicial Ideology in American Courts: A Meta-Analysis.” Justice System Journal, 20 (No. 3):219-54, 1999.  Google Scholar reports that at least 300 books and articles have cited this article since its publication.

 

Essay: “Location, Location, Location: Same-Sex Relationship Rights by State” in Law Trends & News, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Fall). American Bar Association, General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, 2009.

 

Essay: “Gay Rights, Teaching, and the Classroom Environment” in Focus on Law Studies: Teaching about Law in the Liberal Arts, 19 (Fall):10, 13. American Bar Association, Division for Public Education, 2003.

 

Essay: “Homosexuality and the Law” in Kermit L. Hall (ed.), The Oxford Companion to American Law. Oxford University Press, 2002.

 

e-Essay: “Is Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia a Homophobe?

 

e-Essay: “Advice for Getting Into Law School.”

  

Book Review: Carlos A. Ball (ed.), After Marriage Equality: The Future of LGBT Rights, Law and Politics Book Review, forthcoming.

 

Book Review: Michael J. Klarman, From the Closet to the Altar: Courts, Backlash, and the Struggle for Same-Sex Marriage, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 23, No. 7 (July 2013) pp. 330-334.

 

Book Reviews: David Rayside, Queer Inclusions, Continental Divisions: Public Recognition of Sexual Diversity in Canada and the United States; and Miriam Smith, Political Institutions and Lesbian and Gay Rights in the United States and Canada, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 18, No. 12 (December 2008) pp. 1069-1073.

  

Book Review: William N. Eskridge, Jr., and Darren R. Spedale, Gay Marriage: What We've Learned from the Evidence, Law & Society Review, Vol. 42, No. 1 (March 2008) pp 227-229.

  

Book Review: Martin Dupuis, Same-Sex Marriage, Legal Mobilization, and the Politics of Rights, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 13, No. 10 (October 2003) pp. 487-490.

 

Book Review: Michael E. Solimine and James L. Walker, Respecting State Courts: The Inevitability of Judicial Federalism, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 10, No. 4 (April 2000) pp. 281-283.

 

Book Review: Austin Ranney (ed.), Courts and the Political Process: Jack W. Peltason's Contributions to Political Science, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 7, No. 3 (March 1997), pp. 121-23.

 

Book Review: G. Alan Tarr (ed.), Constitutional Politics in the States: Contemporary Controversies and Historical Patterns, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 6, No. 9 (September 1996), pp. 135-37.



FUTURE PROJECT

 

Research Proposal: State Supreme Courts as Consequential Governing Institutions: The Impact of Exclusively "Judge-Made" Law.

 

 

GRANTS

 

John Jay College Research Support Grant, $3,500, funded travel to conduct interviews in Michigan in January, 2009.

John Jay College Research Assistance Program, $2,000, funded travel to conduct interviews in Georgia in January, 2010.

Professional Staff Congress, CUNY, Research Grant, $2,000, funded travel to conduct interviews in Ohio in June, 2010.

Professional Staff Congress, CUNY, Research Grant, $1,700, funded travel to conduct interviews in Texas in January, 2011.



ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS

 

John Jay College of Criminal Justice of the City University of New York, Department of Government, Assistant Professor, 1994-1999, Associate Professor, 2000-2004, Professor 2005-present. Courses taught: Introductory American Government, Introductory Criminal Justice, Constitutional Law, Judicial Processes and Politics, the Law and Politics of Sexual Orientation.

 

Ohio Wesleyan University, Department of Politics and Government, Assistant Professor, 1991-1994. Courses taught: Introductory American Government, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights and Liberties, Equality and American Politics.

 

University of New Orleans, Department of Political Science, Assistant Professor, 1988-1991. Courses taught: Introductory American Government, Constitutional Law, Civil Rights and Liberties.

 


OTHER

 

External Reviewer, Cambridge University Press, The Journal of Politics, Law & Social Inquiry, Law & Society Review, the National Science Foundation, Oxford University Press, Political Research Quarterly, Routledge, Stanford University Press, and State Politics & Policy Quarterly.

 

Trustee, Welfare Fund of the Professional Staff Congress of the City University of New York, 2009-present, and Secretary, PSC-CUNY Welfare Fund, 2011-present.

 

Principal Organizer, Boycott of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.

 

Creator, Ranking of Political Science Departments Regarding How Lesbian-and-Gay Friendly They Are.

 

Chair, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Caucus, American Political Science Association, 2003-2004.

 

Program Organizer, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Caucus, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia, 2003.

Member, Committee on the Status of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, and the Transgendered in the Profession, American Political Science Association, 2004-2007.

Member, Dissertation Prize Committee, Law & Society Association, 2007.

 

Member, Edward S. Corwin Award Committee (for the best doctoral dissertation in public law), American Political Science Association, 2003.

 

Member, American Judicature Society Award Panel (for the best faculty paper in judicial behavior and public law), Law and Courts Section, American Political Science Association, 1998-1999.

 

Member, CQ Press Award Panel (for the best graduate-student paper in judicial behavior and public law), Law and Courts Section, American Political Science Association, 1997-1998.

 

Attorney in the private practice of law in New York City, 1975-1984.