A.B., 1961, College of William and Mary;
LL.B., 1967, University of Virginia;
LL.M., 1969, New York University;
M.A., 1971, New School for Social Research;
J.S.D., 1972, New York University
Specialties: Administrative law, government regulation
Professor Verkuil was dean of Cardozo Law School from 1997 to 2001. After practice at two leading law firms in New York, he served on the law faculty of University of North Carolina, as dean of Tulane Law School, and as president of the College of William and Mary. As president of William & Mary, Mr. Verkuil founded the Jefferson Program of Public Policy.
From 1992 to 1995 he was president and CEO of the American Automobile Association. Professor Verkuil was a visiting professor at the University of Pennsylvania and served as Special Master in the case of New Jersey v. New York involving the sovereignty of Ellis Island. He is a life fellow of the American Bar Foundation and of the American Law Institute. Professor Verkuil is coauthor of Administrative Law and Process (4th ed. 2004) and Regulation and Deregulation (2nd ed. 2004). He is a leading scholar of law and regulation and has published more than 60 articles in this field.