Troy McKenzie wins NYU’s Distinguished Teaching Award

Troy McKenzie wins NYU’s Distinguished Teaching Award

Troy A. McKenzie of NYU Law was honored with a Distinguished Teaching Award. Professor McKenzie was one of six NYU professors to receive this year’s award, which was established in 1987 to honor “selected outstanding members of the faculty.” 

“I was thrilled,” Professor McKenzie says. “It was wonderful news to get and I’m grateful to the Law School for nominating me, and obviously grateful to the university for selecting me.” 

Professor McKenzie teaches courses that include Bankruptcy, Complex Litigation, Procedure, and Supreme Court Seminars. In 2008, after just a year at the Law School, he received the Albert Podell Distinguished Teaching Award, an honor established by Albert Podell ’76 to recognize outstanding achievements of NYU Law faculty. He serves as faculty co-director of two centers at NYU Law, the Center on Civil Justice and the Institute of Judicial Administration. 

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