In college (BA, NYU, 1954), I studied Russian and political science and later served in Korea with United States Army Intelligence. After law school (JD, NYU, 1959) for some 50 years I practiced constitutional and appellate law. From 1972 to 1993 I taught at Brooklyn Law School, where I am now professor emeritus. My courses included Constitutional Law, Appellate Advocacy and First Amendment. A bibliography of my writing can be found at my blog of June 29, 2012. See also www.henrymarkholzer.com. I now practice only civil appellate law, in consultation with other lawyers.