|Title(s)||AnBryce Professor of Law|
|Law school||New York University School of Law|
|Subject(s)||Affirmative Action Today|
The Administrative and Regulatory State
|Alma Mater||University of Chicago Law School|
|Outline(s)||NYU Malamud Affirmative Action Today, NYU Malamud Constitutional Law, NYU Malamud Employment Discrimination, NYU Malamud Labor Law, NYU Malamud The Administrative and Regulatory State|
Deborah Malamud is a law professor at New York University School of Law. Subjects taught by Deborah Malamud include Affirmative Action Today, Constitutional Law, Employment Discrimination, Labor Law, and The Administrative and Regulatory State.
Deborah Malamud graduated from University of Chicago Law School.
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