Distinguished Professor of Canon Law
Courses taught: Temporal Goods, American Law for Canonists, Church and State, Dynamics of Ecclesiastical Administration, Jurisdiction, Protection of Rights, Religious Liberty
Areas of specialization: Temporal Goods, Church-State Issues, Ecclesiastical Administration, Protection of Rights
Professional memberships/activities: Bar of the State of New York, Canon Law Society of America, Advisor to USCCB Committee on Canonical Affairs, Canonical consultant to individual bishops and other diocesan officials, superiors of religious institutes, administrators and trustees of Catholic hospitals, colleges and other institutions
"Book V: Temporal Goods" in New Commentary on the Code of Canon Law. New York/Mahwah: Paulist Press, 2000.
"Juridic Persons" "Prescription" "Computation of Time" in New Commentary on the Code of Canon Law. New York/Mahwah: Paulist Press, 2000.
"Mc Grath, Maida, Michiels: Introduction to a Study of the Canonical and Civil Law Status of Church-Related Institutions in the United States," The Jurist 55(1995) 479-503.
"Shared Responsibility in Ecclesial Decision-Making," Studia Canonica 14(1980) 5-23.
The Jurist, Studia Canonica, CLSA Proceedings