David I. Levine, “Should the Power of Presidential Pardon be Revised?,” 47 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly3 (2019) (with Budd N. Shenkin)
Naomi Roht-Arriaza, “Grand Corruption and the International Criminal Court in the ‘Venezuela Situation,’” 17 Journal of International Criminal Justice672 (2019) (with Santiago Martinez)
Stephen Schwarz & Daniel J. Lathrope, Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation(6th ed. 2019) (with Brant Hellwig)
Stephen Schwarz & Daniel J. Lathrope, Fundamentals of Corporate Taxation(10th ed. 2019)
Veena Dubal, “AB5 to Democracy: Economic Security and the Regulation of Gig Work in California,” accepted for translation into Portuguese and publication in Future of Work: The Effects of the Digital Revolution on Society
Veena Dubal, “An Uber Ambivalence: Employee Status, Worker Perspectives, and Regulation in the Gig Economy,” accepted for publication in Beyond the Algorithm: Qualitative Insights for Regulating Gig Work(Cambridge University Press)
Awards and Honors
David Takacs has been appointed as the Distinguished International Environmental Law Scholar at Vermont Law School for the summer of 2020.
Significant Blog Posts, Op-Eds, Magazine Columns, and Online Essays
Rory Little posted a review of Zach Price’s new paper on the UC Hastings Law Scholarship Blog.
Karen Musalo, “Restoring Asylum for Women Fleeing Abuse and Death,” A. Times(Nov. 21, 2019)
Frank Wu, “Remembering S.I. Hayakawa,” Daily Journal(Nov. 7, 2019)
Frank Wu, “Teaching the Facts of Law,” Daily Journal(Nov. 11, 2019)
Frank Wu, “Reading and Writing to Change the World,” Daily Journal(Nov. 13, 2019)
Frank Wu, “What I Learned from Government Service,” Daily Journal(Nov. 19, 2019)
Frank Wu, “How Would You Answer These Questions?,” Daily Journal(Nov. 30, 2019)
Hadar Aviram presented “Progressive Punitivism” at the Criminal Procedure Roundtable at Vanderbilt Law on Nov. 8-9.
Hadar Aviram presented “Are We Still Cheap on Crime?,” at the American Society of Criminology’s annual meeting on Nov. 14-16.
Luke Boso presented “Rural Resentment and LGBTQ Equality” at the annual ClassCrits conference at Western New England University School of Law in November 2019.
Veena Dubal spoke at the factory session at the Stanford Digital Society Conference.
Veena Dubal presented “An Uber Ambivalence: Employee Status, Worker Perspectives, and Regulation in the Gig Economy” at the University of Colorado Law School Faculty Colloquium.
Veena Dubal presented “Drive to Precarity: Situating AB5 in the History of California’s Taxi and Uber Economies” at UCLA Luskin School of Public Policy’s Sharing Mobility Lecture Series.
Robin Feldman was a guest on a podcast produced by Columbia Science & Technology Law Journal on her forthcoming article “The Cancer Curse: Regulatory Failure by Success.”
Chimène Keitner spoke on “Catching the Cybercriminal: Reforming Global Law Enforcement” at a ThirdWay conference at NYU on Nov. 18.
Chimène Keitner presented on common-law immunity before the American Society of International Law’s Judicial Advisory Board on Nov. 22.
Chimène Keitner spoke on “Impeachment—What Now?” at an American Constitution Society panel on Nov. 25.
Chimène Keitner’s moderated conversation with Brian Egan and Tamara Cofman Wittes at the 2019 Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens Memorial Lecture at UC Hastings Law was published as a Lawfare podcast on Nov. 30.
Karen Musalo delivered a keynote address titled “Refugee Protection in the Time of Trump” at the University of Minnesota James H. Binger Center for New Americans Annual Immigration Forum on Nov. 1.
Naomi Roht-Arriaza gave a public lecture at the Cervantes Institute in New York on “The Multiple Paths of Universal Justice.”
David Takacs gave a talk titled “Wilderness Law in the United States” at a conference at the University of Tasmania Law School on Nov. 29.