October was another active month for UC Hastings faculty scholarship and related activities.
Below is the October 2018 Roundup, compiled by Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law & Associate Dean for Research Scott Dodson.
Scott Dodson published “Jurisdiction in the Trump Era” in Fordham Law Review.
Dave Owen published “Cooperative Subfederalism” in Irvine Law Review.
John Leshy published Debunking Creation Myths about America’s Public Lands (University of Utah Press 2018).
Dorit Reiss & Veena Dubal published “Influenza Mandates and Religious Accommodation: Avoiding Legal Pitfalls” in the Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.
Significant Blogs, Op-Eds, and Online Essays
John Crawford posted a review of Jared Ellias’s paper on the UC Hastings Scholarship Blog on Oct. 24.
Chimène Keitner posted an essay on the consequences of treaty withdrawals on Just Security on Oct. 17.
Chimène Keitner posted an essay on consular immunity and the Khashoggi investigation on Just Security on Oct. 18.
David Levine published “The Case Against Monsanto is Far from Over” in the Daily Journal on Oct. 25.
Rory Little posted two argument previews on SCOTUSblog on Oct. 2.
Dorit Reiss and a coauthor published an commentary on vaccine medical exemptions in Pediatrics on Oct. 25.
Scott Dodson placed a chapter titled “Accountability and Transparency in US Courts” in a book to be published by Springer in 2020.
Robin Feldman’s newly completed book draft, Drugs, Money & Secret Handshakes: The Unstoppable Growth of Prescription Drug Prices, was accepted for publication by Cambridge;
Robin Feldman’s article, “The Fatal Attraction of Pay-for-Delay,” was accepted by the Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property.
Robin Feldman’s article, “Federalism, Patents, and the Constitutionality of State Pharmaceutical Regulation,” was accepted by the Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal.
David Faigman was listed as #2 on Brian Leiter’s recent list of most-cited Evidence scholars.
Robin Feldman’s 2017 CUP book Drug Wars (with Evan Frondorf) was included as one of the “Staff Picks” for the Vancouver Public Library.
John Leshy was awarded the 2018 Distinguished Achievement in Environmental Law and Policy Award by the ABA Section of Environment, Energy and Resources.
Emily Murphy received the inaugural Advocacy Award from Wilenken Wilson Loh & Delgado on Oct. 24.
Joan C. Williams was listed as #11 on Brian Leiter’s recent list of most-cited critical theory scholars.
Hadar Aviram was a panelist on the Supreme Court Review & Preview at UC Hastings on Oct. 3.
Hadar Aviram participated in a roundtable discussion of the Kavanaugh nomination at UC Hastings on Oct. 5.
Richard Boswell presented “Gaining Legitimacy within the Legal Academy: The Strategic Project of Clinical Education” at American University, Washington College of Law
Richard Boswell presented “An Unfettered Grant of Authority: The Attorney General’s Assertion of His Certification Power” at an event sponsored by the Hastings Students for Immigrants Rights & American Constitution Society
Scott Dodson was interviewed on the podcast Oral Argument on Oct. 19 about his article in the Journal of Legal Education.
Veena Dubal spoke at the Center for Law, Ethics, and Society at Sonoma State.
Veena Dubal presented “Labor Platforms and Gig Work: The Failure to Regulate in the US” at the faculty colloquium series at Seattle University School of Law.
Jared Ellias presented “Regulating Bankruptcy Bonuses” at the UC Hastings Colloquium on Oct. 30.
David Faigman participated in a roundtable discussion of the Kavanaugh nomination at UC Hastings on Oct. 5.
Robin Feldman spoke at the National Association of Attorneys General, on the topic of her pharma research;
Robin Feldman spoke at the Institute for New Economic Thinking, on the topic of her pharma research;
Robin Feldman spoke at San Mateo County Government’s conference on Tech, Privacy, & Democracy, on the topic of Artificial Intelligence on Oct. 30.
Tim Greaney spoke at the California Medical Association House of Delegates Annual Meeting on Oct. 13.
Tim Greaney spoke at the Antitrust Meeting of the National Association of Attorneys General on Oct. 18.
Chimène Keitner moderated a discussion on data privacy and the surveillance state at the World Affairs Auditorium on Oct. 4.
Chimène Keitner moderated a discussion on foreign election interference at the World Affairs Auditorium on Oct. 25.
David Levine delivered a lecture titled “We All Like Beer!: Justice Kavanaugh Joins the Court” on Oct. 19 at Canterbury Woods in New York.
Rory Little spoke on a Supreme Court Preview panel hosted by the San Francisco Bar on Oct. 30.
Rory Little was a panelist on the Supreme Court Review & Preview at UC Hastings on Oct. 3.
Emily Murphy participated in a roundtable discussion of the Kavanaugh nomination at UC Hastings on Oct. 5.
Emily Murphy was the keynote speaker at a University of Oregon Law School event called “The Art of the Possible” on Oct. 19.
Joel Paul participated in a roundtable discussion of the Kavanaugh nomination at UC Hastings on Oct. 5.
Joel Paul was interviewed in CSPAN’s Q&A Program on Oct. 21, and some nice commentary of it later appeared in The Faculty Lounge.
Joel Paul spoke on a panel on Oct. 4 on recent Supreme Court cases about the Masterpiece Cakeshop case.
Joel Paul gave the Banner Lecture on Oct. 11 at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond.
Joel Paul spoke at the University of Richmond Jepson School of Leadership on Oct. 11 on ”John Marshall and the Rule of Law.”
Joel Paul gave a lecture on John Marshall and the Supreme Court at a dinner on Oct. 12 at the Cosmos Club in Washington, DC.
Joel Paul gave a lecture on Oct. 17 to the Fiduciaries Forum sponsored by the Nossaman law firm in San Francisco on “The Jeffersonian Crisis.”
Zach Price presented “Constitutional Law in a Polarized Era” at the University of Portland on Oct. 3.
Zach Price presented “Reliance on Executive Constitutional Interpretation” at the UC Hastings Colloquium on Oct. 23.
Radhika Rao participated in a roundtable discussion of the Kavanaugh nomination at UC Hastings on Oct. 5.
Aaron Rappaport was a panelist on the Supreme Court Review & Preview at UC Hastings on Oct. 3.
Dorit Reiss presented “Influenza Mandates Go to Court” at the Nevada Health Conference on Oct. 15.
Dorit Reiss gave a talk on SB277 litigation at the Public Health Law Network Conference on Oct. 4-6.
Reuel Schiller was a commentator on “Administrative Constitutionalism and the Modern Administrative State” as part of the University of Pennsylvania Law School Symposium on The History, Theory, and Practice of Administrative Constitutionalism on Oct. 19-20, 2018.
Jodi Short participated in a roundtable discussion of the Kavanaugh nomination at UC Hastings on Oct. 5.
Media Appearances and Quotes
Check the October “Thinkers and Doers” roundup for media appearances from UC Hastings faculty.
- Faculty Scholarship Roundup: September 2018
- Professor Jaime King Awarded American Antitrust Institute Award