Eang Ly Ngov
Associate Professor of Law

Eang Ly Ngov

Contact

(321) 206-5677
engov@barry.edu

Education

J.D., University of California at Berkeley School of Law
BA, University of Florida (Magna Cum Laude), Phi Beta Kappa

Classes Taught

Civil Procedure I
Civil Procedure II
Constitutional Law
Criminal Law
Federal Jurisdiction
First Amendment
Trial Advocacy

Bio

Before joining Barry University Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law, Professor Eang Ngov practiced domestically and internationally. She served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Washington and a Civilian Attorney to the Department of the Army JAG Corps in Germany. The U.S. Department of the Army awarded her the Commander's Award for Civilian Service and Performance Awards for her legal service to deploying soldiers and their families during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Her scholarship focuses on individual rights and Equal Protection, and her writing has appeared in American University Law Review, Loyola University Chicago Law Journal, and Tennessee Law Review.

Professor Ngov has taught Constitutional Law, Federal Jurisdiction, First Amendment, Civil Procedure, and Trial Advocacy. Prior to joining the Barry faculty, she taught at Florida A&M University College of Law, where she established the Prosecution Clinic.

Publications

Professor Ngov's publications can be found on the Social Science Research Network.

Media

Law Review Articles:

Selling Land and Religion, forthcoming,_Kansas Law Review_(2012), lead article, 75 pages.

When “the Evil Day” Comes, Will Title VII’s Disparate Impact Provision Be Narrowly Tailored to Survive An Equal Protection Clause Challenge?, 60 American University Law Review 535 (2011), lead article, 53 pages.

War and Peace between Title VII’s Disparate Impact Provision and the Equal Protection Clause:  Battling for a Compelling Interest, 42 Loyola University of Chicago Law Journal 1 (2010), lead article, 88 pages.

Judicial Nullification of Juries:  Use of Acquitted Conduct at Sentencing, 76 Tennessee Law Review 235 (2009), lead article, 74 pages.

Presentations:

  • Presenter, “Eliminating Government Speech,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference, Amelia Island, FL, August 2012
  • Debater, Federalist Society and the ACLU’s Second Annual Debate: The Constitutionality of the Individual Mandate, Barry University School of Law, Orlando, FL, March 2012
  • Panelist, Careers in the Military, Barry University School of Law, Orlando, FL, March 2012
  • Moderator, Symposium: Guantanamo’s Legacy:  Reflections on a Decade of Detention, Barry University School of Law, Orlando, FL, February 2012
  • Presenter, “Selling Land and Religion,” Loyola University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL, October 2011
  • Panelist, “Building Bridges: Realizing Our Common Goals across Faculty Roles while Understanding Our Differences,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference, Hilton Head, SC, July 2011
  • Presenter, “When “the Evil Day” Comes, Will Title VII’s Disparate Impact Provision Be Narrowly Tailored to Survive An Equal Protection Clause Challenge?,” Florida Legal Scholars Forum, Stetson University College of Law, Gulfport, FL, November 2010
  • Presenter, “War and Peace between Disparate Impact of Title VII and Equal Protection,” Joint Conference of the Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty and Western Law Teachers Conference, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, March 2010
  • Presenter, “Disparate Impact and Equal Protection,” Florida Legal Scholarship Forum, Stetson University College of Law, Gulfport, FL, November 2009
  • Presenter, “Government Speech in Public Forums,” Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty, University of California at Davis School of Law, Davis, CA, April 2009
  • Presenter, “Judicial Nullification of Juries,” Junior Faculty Forum, Stetson University College of Law, Gulfport, FL, November 2008
  • Presenter, “Revisiting Reasonable Doubt and Relevant Conduct,” Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Professors, University of Denver, Denver, CO, April 2008
  • Presenter, “Making Sense of Sentencing Guidelines,” work-in-progress, Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Professors, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, April 2006
  • Presenter, “The Judicial Cha-Cha in United States v. Booker: One Step Forward or Two Steps Backward for Sixth Amendment Rights and Sentencing Guidelines?”  Faculty presentation, Florida A&M University College of Law, Orlando, FL