NPR — April 30, 2021
Blaine Bookey: “Women, children, families are being sent back to the very dangers that they fled.”
SF Weekly — April 29, 2021
Hadar Aviram: “It’s terrible. It’s a human rights crime of the highest order.”
KHSU — April 28, 2021
Karen Musalo: “Every day that these decisions remain in place means that individuals who have deserving claims for protection and whose lives are really at risk are being denied and sent back to the countries they fled.”
Daily Mail — April 28, 2021
Dorit Reiss: “Some red states where universities want to mandate vaccines – and are debating the issue now – they are going to be very aware that they’re acting at risk of retribution.”
Smerconish — April 28, 2021
Shanin Specter: “Vaccine verification, while popular in public opinion polls, has been outlawed in several states and rarely required by businesses.”
Good Day CW31— April 27, 2021
John Myers: “This is clearly a clear and present threat of physical harm to the doctor.”
NBC News — April 24, 2021
Veena Dubal: “It’s a pattern that especially affects minorities working in the lower-paying jobs.”
Just Security — April 23, 2021
Christina Ennis and Chimene Keitner: “On April 14, UC Hastings Law School hosted the 7th annual Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens Lecture honoring the memory, life, and work of UC Hastings graduate Chris Stevens, who was killed when the U.S. Special Mission in Benghazi, Libya, was attacked in September 2012.”
Lawnstarter — April 23, 2021
Marsha Cohen: “For marijuana to be legal, there needs to be a change in laws, requiring a legislature to act (or in a state like California, a vote of the people can accomplish some law changes).”
KCRW — April 23, 2021
Dorit Reiss: “Private businesses can also require employees and customers to be vaccinated.”
UC Hastings Law Professor Kelly Weisberg received the Hope Rising Journalism Award at the International Family Justice Center Conference earlier this month in recognition of her work as editor of the leading legal newsletter on domestic violence.
An award-winning negotiation and dispute resolution team, a top-tier mediation clinic, and a holistic approach to providing students with the skills they need to be successful in the workplace are three of the qualities that likely earned UC Hastings Law its #8 ranking for dispute resolution programs in U.S. News and World Report.
Mai Linh Spencer was selected to fill one of two seats representing the legal academy on the Blue-Ribbon Commission on the Future of the California Bar Examination.
Dorit Reiss produced a webinar on “The COVID Vaccine: Employee Rights & Compliance.”
Reuel Schiller presented “Operating Manuals for the Administrative State: Counterculture Intellectuals and Regulatory Reform in Late Twentieth-Century America” at the University of Minnesota Law School Legal History Workshop.