Faculty activities from December 2018 and January 2019.
- Richard A. Boswell, “Book Review: The Global Evolution of Clinical Legal Education,” 67 Journal of Legal Education 1081 (2018).
- Thomas Greaney, “The New Merger Wave: Does the ‘Vertical Good’ Maxim Apply?,” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Jan. 10, 2019)
- Robin Feldman, “Identifying Extensions of Protection in Prescription Drugs: Navigating the Data Landscape for Large-Scale Analysis,”Inter-University Consortium for Political & Social Research (Dec. 19, 2018)
- Robin Feldman, “May Your Drug Price be Evergreen,” Journal of Law & the Biosciences (Dec. 7, 2018)
- Robin Feldman’s coauthored paper “A Sunshine Act for Patient Advocacy Groups” was accepted for publication by the Hastings International & Comparative Law Review
- Robin Feldman’s paper “The Arc of History in Patent Subject Matter” was accepted for publication by the Hastings Science & Technology Law Journal
- Ugo Mattei, editor, Handbook of Food as Commons (2d ed. Routledge 2019) (with others)
- Karen Musalo, “El Salvador—A Peace Worse than War: Violence, Gender and a Failed Legal Response,” 30 Yale Journal of Law & Feminism 3 (2018).
- Morris A. Ratner, “‘MDL Problems’ – A Brief Introduction and Summary,” 37 Review of Litigation 123 (2018)
- Jodi Short, “The Trouble with Counting: Cutting Through the Rhetoric of Red Tape Cutting,” 103 Minnesota Law Review 93 (2018)
- David Takacs, “Aggressive Solutions to Disrupt Biodiversity Loss,” 49 Environmental Law Reporter 10040 (2019)
- Manoj Viswanathan’s essay, “Hyperlocal Responses to the SALT Deduction Limitation,” was accepted by Stanford Law Review Online.
- Richard A. Zitrin, Legal Ethics in the Practice of Law (Carolina Academic Press 5th ed. 2019) (with others)
- Richard A. Zitrin, Legal Ethics: Rules, Statutes & Comparisons (Carolina Academic Press 2019) (with Kevin Mohr)
Significant Blogs, Op-Eds, and Online Essays
- Hadar Aviram reviewed a paper by Aaron Rappaport on the UC Hastings Scholarship Blog on Dec. 3.
- Chimène Keitner posted “Deciphering the Mystery Subpoena Case” on Just Security on Dec. 31.
- Chimène Keitner posted “Trump, Huawei, and the Politics of Extradition” on ForeignAffairs Blog on Jan. 25.
- Rory Little posted an entry on a Supreme Court oral argument on Prawfsblawg on Dec. 3.
- Rory Little posted an entry on a Supreme Court oral argument on SCOTUSblog on Dec. 10.
- Rory Little posted an entry on a Supreme Court opinion on SCOTUSblog on Jan. 16.
- Rick Marcus posted a review of Scott Dodson’s paper on the UC Hastings Scholarship Blog Dec. 2.
- Dave Owen reviewed a paper by Jessica Vapnek on the UC Hastings Scholarship Blog on Dec. 7.
- Joan Williams, “The Democrats’ White People Problem,” The Atlantic (Dec. 2018).
- Frank Wu, “The Truth Is I Do Not Have An Opinion About That,” Daily Journal (Jan. 16, 2019).
- Frank Wu, “Climate Change and Rule of Law,” Daily Journal (Jan. 3, 2019).
- Frank Wu, “Cilantro and Prejudice,” DiverseEducation (Jan. 22, 2019).
- Frank Wu, “How We Look at Each Other,” DiverseEducation (Dec. 13, 2019).
- On Jan. 9, Ugo Mattei was appointed lead counsel for the Piedmont Region in the constitutional challenge of the Anti-Immigration Statute (Decreto Salvini) in the Italian Constitutional Court.
- On Jan. 19, Ugo Mattei was voted President of the National Committee that is promoting the popular proposition of the Commons into the Italian Civil Code.
- Richard Zitrin was the principal outside drafter of SB 820, which passed and became effective as Section 1001 of the California Code of Civil Procedure on January 21, 2019.
- Jo Carrillo presented a paper on property formation at a conference titled Literature & International Law at the Edge at New York University on Dec. 14.
- Veena Dubal presented “History of Contract labor, Litigation, and Dynamex” at the Tech Worker Coalition in San Francisco in December.
- Veena Dubal participated in a roundtable discussion at Harvard Law’s Labor & Worklife Program on Criminal Prosecution and Workplace Violations in January.
- Veena Dubal participated as a discussant on “Law & Political Economy and Cross-Disciplinary Methods” at Yale Law School in January.
- Jennifer Dunn gave a talk titled “How the Midterm Elections Impact Reproductive Rights and Health” at UCSF Mission Bay on Dec. 13.
- Tim Greaney spoke at the AMA’s Annual Legislative Strategy Meeting on Jan. 19.
- Chimène Keitner presented a paper on “Personal Jurisdiction and Fifth Amendment Due Process” at UVA’s annual Sokol Colloquium on January 11-12.
- Sheila Purcell presented “Developments in Court Connected ADR in the US” at the Association of Malaysian Muslim Attorneys on Dec. 5.
- Sheila Purcell was a panelist on “Ethics in Negotiation” at a PLI conference on Jan. 9.
- Sheila Purcell co-hosted “The Integrated Lawyer” conference at UC Hastings Law on Jan. 11.
- Naomi Roht-Arriaza spoke on a panel titled “Human Rights and Grand Corruption” at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 3.
- Naomi Roht-Arriaza organized and moderated a panel on “Our Global Fight for Human Rights” at UC Hastings Law on Jan. 16.
- Naomi Roht-Arriaza spoke at a conference on “The Universal Declaration of Human Rights at 70” at UC Davis on Jan. 24.
- David Takacs spoke on a SF Bar CLE panel titled “Current Developments in Climate-Change Litigation” on Dec. 6.
- Frank Wu gave a lecture titled “Should You Move to America Now?” at NYU Shanghai on Dec. 10.
- Frank Wu gave a talk on U.S. Politics at the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China on Dec. 12.
- Frank Wu was a guest on Uli Baer’s podcast Think About It discussing free speech.
Compiled by Scott Dodson, Associate Dean for Research, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law.