Sachin S. Pandya
- Sachin S. Pandya
- Associate Professor of Law
- Hosmer Hall 312
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Professor Pandya holds degrees from the University of California, Berkeley (B.A. Social Science); Columbia University (M.A. Sociology); and Yale Law School. Before law teaching, he clerked for Judge Jon O. Newman, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and served with distinction as an appellate and civil rights lawyer for the New York Attorney General. At the law school, he teaches Torts, Employment Law, and advanced seminars on related topics. For more, visit his website.
“Underclaiming and Overclaiming,” Law & Social Inquiry, to appear (co-authored with Peter Siegelman).
“Unpacking the Employee-Misconduct Defense,” University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law 14(4) (2012): 867-925.
“Tax Liability for Wage Theft,” Columbia Journal of Tax Law 3(2) (2012): 113-143.
“The First Liability Insurance Cartel in America, 1896-1906,” Law and History Review 29 (2011): 375-417.
“Detecting the Stealth Erosion of Precedent: Affirmative Action After Ricci,” Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 31(2) (2010): 285-331.
“Retrofitting Unemployment Insurance to Cover Temporary Workers,” Yale Law and Policy Review 17(2) (1999): 907-947.