Anthony W. Crowell was named New York Law
School's 16th Dean and President in May 2012.
Dean Crowell's area of expertise is state and local
government law. He first joined the Law School in
2003 as a member of the adjunct faculty.
Prior to his appointment, Dean Crowell served
as Counselor to New York City Mayor Michael
R. Bloomberg. In this role, he served as counsel
and senior management and policy advisor to the
Mayor, and managed a broad portfolio of legal,
regulatory, legislative, governance, administrative,
and operational matters.
From 2002 to 2006, Dean Crowell served as
Special Counsel to the Mayor, and from 1997 to
2002, he served as Assistant Corporation Counsel
in the New York City Law Department's Tax &
Condemnation and Legal Counsel Divisions.
He received a B.A., magna cum laude, from the
University of Pennsylvania, where he studied
urban policy, and a J.D., cum laude, from American
Dean Crowell teaches:
• State and Local Government Law
• unicipal Legal Defense Clinic and State and
City Law Seminar
• New York City Seminar and Workshop
Read more about him at www.nyls.edu/crowell
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