Associate Dean for Faculty Research and Development, Professor of Law
David Noll
Rutgers Law School
S.I. Newhouse Center for Law and Justice
123 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07102
(973) 353-2584

David Noll is a scholar of legal institutions and procedure. He teaches and writes in the fields of civil procedure, complex litigation, legislation and regulation, administrative law, and constitutional law.

  • Biography
  • Publications
  • Courses Taught
  • Expertise

Professor Noll's recent scholarship has appeared or is forthcoming in the Michigan Law Review, Minnesota Law Review, New York University Law Review, and California Law Review, and his popular writing has appeared in venues such as the New York TimesSlate, Politico, and the New York Law Journal. He also co-authors a leading casebook on the federal administrative process, Legislation and the Regulatory State

Before joining Rutgers, Professor Noll was an Associate in Law at Columbia Law School. He clerked for Judges Pierre N. Leval and Raymond J. Lohier, Jr. on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and Judge Richard J. Holwell on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. In 2019, Professor Noll received the law school's Greg Lastowka award for scholarly excellence. 



Recent Articles & Essays

Administrative Sabotage, 120 Mich. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2022)

An Arbitration Agenda for the Biden Administration, 2021 U. Ill. L. Rev. Online 104 (with Zachary D. Clopton)

What Do MDL Leaders Do?: Evidence from Leadership Appointment Orders, 24 Lewis & Clark Law Review 433 (2020)

MDL as Public Administration, 118 Mich. L. Rev. 403 (2019) 

Arbitration Conflicts, 103 Minn. L. Rev. 665 (2018)

Response: Public Litigation, Private Arbitration?, 18 Nev. L.J. 477 (2018)



Legislation and the Regulatory State (2d ed. 2017) (with Samuel Estreicher) 


Full Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught
  • Advanced Civil Procedure
  • Administrative Law
  • Arbitration
  • Civil Procedure
  • Class Actions
  • Constitutional Law
  • Statutory Interpretation and Legislation