Faculty analyzes Brett Kavanaugh’s criminal jurisprudence on SCOTUSBlog; Manoj Viswanathan a Top 5 most downloaded author; WorkLife Law awarded a $650K W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant; Scott Dodson’s article cited in a merits brief before the U.S. Supreme Court; Frank Wu moderates civil rights panel; and more.
September was a very active month for UC Hastings faculty scholarship and related activities. Below is the September Roundup, including entries from Aug. 20-31, compiled by Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law & Associate Dean for Research Scott Dodson.
George Bisharat published a coauthored contribution to a special October issue of GLOBAL JURIST, which was made available last month.
Scott Dodson published Personal Jurisdiction and Aggregation, 113 NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 1 (2018).
Scott Dodson and a coauthor published A Model Code of Conduct for Student-Edited Law Journal Submissions, 67 JOURNAL OF LEGAL EDUCATION 734 (2018).
Jaime King and her coauthors published California’s Drug Transparency Law, 37 HEALTH AFFAIRS 1503 (Sept. 2018).
Jaime King and two coauthors published The Legal Dimensions of Genomic Sequencing in Newborn Screening, 48 HASTINGS CENTER SPECIAL REPORT S39 (2018).
Ugo Mattei published a contribution to a special October issue of GLOBAL JURIST, which was made available last month.
Karen Musalo & Richard Boswell (and others) published a 5th edition of REFUGEE LAW & POLICY: A COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL APPROACH.
WorkLife Law published a study titled You Can’t Change What You Can’t See on behalf of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association and the ABA’s Commission on Women in the Profession.
Frank Wu had an article accepted for publication in the JOURNAL OF THE CHINESE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA.
Notable Citations and Promotions
Scott Dodson’s article in OKLAHOMA LAW REVIEW was cited in Tyler v. U.S. Dep’t of Educ., — F.3d — (10th Cir. Sept. 26, 2018).
Scott Dodson’s article in STANFORD LAW REVIEW was cited in a merits brief before the U.S. Supreme Court in Nutraceutical v. Lambert.
Scott Dodson’s coauthored article in MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW was discussed in a post by Dean Austen Parrish on OPINIO JURIS.
Scott Dodson’s article in GEORGETOWN LAW JOURNAL was discussed in a post by Professor Howard Wasserman on PRAWFSBLAWG.
Jared Ellias’s article in JOURNAL OF EMPIRICAL LEGAL STUDIES was promoted by Harvard Law’s BANKRUPTCY ROUNDTABLE.
Hadar Aviram delivered the Thomas E. Miller Lecture at UC Hastings on August 28.
Richard Boswell, Joel Paul, and Radhika Rao were panelists on the Supreme Court Review & Preview at UC Hastings on Sept. 26.
Scott Dodson participated as an invited senior commentator at the annual Federal Courts Workshop at the University of Oklahoma on September 15.
Jaime King presented California’s Drug Transparency Law at RAND in Santa Monica on Sept. 17.
Jaime King participated in a convention on California Policy Options to Control Healthcare Costs.
Dave Owen delivered the Harry D. Sunderland Lecture at UC Hastings on September 4.
Joel Paul gave a talk titled “John Marshall’s Defense of the Rule of Law” at the John Marshall School of Law on September 17.
Frank Wu was a keynote speaker for the Cupertino Rotary on the subject of Chinese immigrants and their American children.
Frank Wu was a guest speaker for the post-show discussions of the play “You Mean to Do Me Harm” on Sept. 25.
Frank Wu was a moderator of a panel on civil rights at the 2018 Chinese American Convention on Sept. 27-29.
Clark Freshman led a session on Self-Compassion for Gay Men (Everywhere) at the Gay Buddhist Fellowship annual retreat on September 29, 2018, at Vajripani Institute in Santa Cruz
Significant Blogs, Op-Eds, and Online Essays
Abe Cable posted a review of John Crawford’s new paper on the UC HASTINGS SCHOLARSHIP BLOG.
John Crawford posted a review of Abe Cable’s new paper on the UC HASTINGS SCHOLARSHIP BLOG.
Heather Field posted a review of Leo Martinez’s paper on the UC HASTINGS SCHOLARSHIP BLOG.
David Levine and Dorit Reiss posted an essay for the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia website on Sept. 27.
Rory Little posted an analysis of Brett Kavanaugh’s criminal jurisprudence on SCOTUSBLOG.
Rory Little posted a preview of the Supreme Court’s upcoming criminal cases on SCOTUSBLOG.
Joan Williams and her WorkLife Law coauthors published an essay for HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW on class and corporate diversity on Sept. 5.
Frank Wu published an article in the DAILY JOURNAL on teaching the course Asian-Americans and the Law.
Frank Wu published an article in the DAILY JOURNAL on lawyers’ representation.
Hadar Aviram was awarded the 2019 Joseph D. Lohman Award for service to the Western Society of Criminology.
Rick Marcus was listed as #6 on Brian Leiter’s Top-10 Most Cited Civil Procedure Faculty (2013-17) list.
WorkLife Law was awarded a $650,000 W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant to support its research on breastfeeding rights.
Frank Wu was honored with the NAAAP100 Award at the annual Leadership Convention.
Manoj Viswanathan was listed as #5 on SSRN’s most downloaded authors in the last 12 months.
Media Appearances and Quotes
Check the September “Thinkers and Doers” roundup for media appearances from UC Hastings faculty.