Professor Wishnie's recent publications include Forty Years of First-Year Students Representing Clients at Yale, in E. Capulong, M. Millemann, S. Rankin & N. Ruan, eds., THE NEW 1L: FIRST-YEAR LAWYERING WITH CLIENTS (Carolina Press: 2015); Immigration Law and the Proportionality Requirement, 2 U.C. IRV. L. REV. 415 (2012); Proportionality: The Struggle for Balance in U.S. Immigration Policy, 72 U.PITT. L. REV. 431 (2011); Welfare Reform at Ten: Integration, Exclusion, and Immigration Federalism, in Michael Fix, ed., IMMIGRANT FAMILIES AND CHILDREN ON THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF WELFARE REFORM (Migration Policy Institute: 2009); and Sale v. Haitian Centers Council, Inc.: Guantanamo and Refoulment (with Harold H. Koh), in Deena Hurwitz and Meg Satterthwaite, eds., HUMAN RIGHTS STORIES (Foundation Press: 2009).
From 1998-2006, Professor Wishnie taught at New York University School of Law. Previously, he worked at the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants’ Rights Project as a Skadden Fellow; in the Brooklyn Neighborhood Office of The Legal Aid Society; as a law clerk to Judge H. Lee Sarokin of the District Court of New Jersey and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; and as a clerk for Justice Harry A. Blackmun, retired, working in the chambers of Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer of the Supreme Court of the United States. Before earning his J.D. from Yale Law School in 1993, Professor Wishnie spent two years teaching in the People’s Republic of China
J.D., Yale, 1993
B.A., Yale, 1987
Worker & Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic
Veterans Legal Services Clinic
Advanced 9-11 Clinic
Federal Courts: Selected Topics