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Craig Gurian
Adjunct Professor of Law
54 West 21st Street,
New York, NY 10010
Telephone: 212.346.7600


  • "Making Real the Desegregating Promise of the Fair Housing Act: 'Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing' Comes of Age," Clearinghouse Review (March-April 2010).
  • "Judicial Activism in the Service of Privilege: New York’s First Department Makes Special Rules for Special Defendants," 71 Albany Law Rev. 369 (2008).
  • "Using Local and State Legislation to Preserve and Expand the Ability of Fair Housing Organizations to Prosecute the Discrimination They Uncover," Harv. L. & Pol'y Rev. (Online) (October 2007),
  • "A Return to Eyes on the Prize: Litigating Under the Restored New York City Human Rights Law," 33 Fordham Urb. L.J. 255 (2006).
  • "Adding Insult to Injury: Housing Discrimination Against Survivors of Domestic Violence" (2005).
  • "Let Them Rent Cake: George Pataki, Market Ideology, and the Attempt to Dismantle Rent Regulation in New York," 31 Fordham Urb. L.J. 339 (2004).
  • "At The Crossroads: Is There Hope for Civil Rights Law Enforcement in New York City?" (2003).
  • Principal author of "It Is Time To Enforce The Law: A Report on Fulfilling the Promise of the New York City Human Rights Law," 57 The Record 231 (Summer, 2002).
  • Co-author of the Association of the Bar Report on Labor and Employment Issues Raised by Workfare (July, 1997).