Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

Institute Faculty Activities 08-09

May 2009

PROESSOR CHRISTOPHER CAMERON 
  • LABOR LAW IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORKPLACE (with K. Dau-Schmidt, M. Malin, R. Corrada and C. Fisk; West, 2009)
PROFESSOR DAVID FAGUNDES
  • "Property Rhetoric and the Public Domain," 94 MINNESOTA LAW REVIEW (forthcoming 2010)

March 2009

PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER CAMERON 
  • Presenter, Committee on the Developing Labor Law, Midwinter Meeting, ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law, San Diego; featured in "'Primary Allegiance' of Bankruptcy Judges to Bankruptcy Code, Not NLRA, ABA Told," Daily Labor Report (Bureau of National Affairs (BNA))
PROFESSOR DAVID FAGUNDES
  • Panel Moderator, "What's Needed? Re-envisioning the Copyright Act's Architecture for the Digital Age," Reforming Copyright: Process, Policy and Politics, Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute Conference
  • Presenter, "Indian Law, Property, and the Supreme Court" (with Professor A. Riley), Native American Law Students Association, Southwestern Law School
  • Quoted in "Can a 'Day of Sharing' save the music industry?" Christian Science Monitor
PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT
  • Panel Moderator, "What's Possible? Navigating the Political Landscape of Copyright Reform," Reforming Copyright: Process, Policy and Politics, Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute Conference
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL
  • Panel Moderator, "What's Wrong? The Need to Reform the 1976 Copyright Act," Reforming Copyright: Process, Policy and Politics, Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute Conference

February 2009

PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER CAMERON 
  • Interviewed regarding Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act signed by President Obama, "Patt Morrison Show," KPCC-FM
PROFESSOR DAVID FAGUNDES
  • Crystals in the Public Domain, 50 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 139 (2009)
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL
  • Interviewed regarding California possibly issuing IOUs instead of tax refunds, Sacramento Bee
  • Quoted, "State may give IOUs for tax refunds," The Californian

January 2009

PROFESSOR DAVID FAGUNDES
  • Presenter, "Talk Derby to Me: Emergent Property Norms in Pseudonymous Performance Subcultures," PrawfsFest! Conference on Public Law and Legal Theory, University of Miami Law School; and Workshop on the Public Nature of Private Property, Georgetown University Law Center
  • Presenter, "Property Rhetoric and the Public Domain," Southern California Junior Law Faculty Workshop, California Western School of Law
PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND
  • 2008 Supplement, NEWSGATHERING AND THE LAW, 3rd ed. (LexisNexis, 2008)
  • Fall 2008 Supplement, ENTERTAINMENT LAW: LEGAL CONCEPTS AND BUSINESS PRACTICES (Thomson Reuters, 2008)

November/December 2008

PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER 
  • Interviewed regarding Supreme Court's indecency case, Ad Age Magazine
PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT
  • Interviewed regarding legal issues concerning spy gadgets and cameras, NBC News
  • Quoted, "Guilty verdict in MySpace suicide case could chill Internet speech," Christian Science Monitor

October 2008

PROFESSOR LON SOBEL 
  • Forum Chair and Panel Moderator, Plenary III: The Practice of Entertainment Law: Past, Present and Future, The ABA Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries Annual Meeting, Los Angeles

September 2008

PROFESSOR DAVID FAGUNDES 
  • Presenter, "Property Rhetoric and the Public Domain," Intellectual Property Scholars' Conference, Stanford Law School
  • Guest blogger, PrawfsBlawg, July-August 2008
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • MEDIA AND THE LAW (with L. Levine; Lexis Nexis, 2008)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND
  • Vol. 3, 4 and 5, ENTERTAINMENT LAW: LEGAL CONCEPTS AND BUSINESS PRACTICES, 3rd ed. (with P. Acton, T. Selz and M. Simensky; Thompson/West, 2006) (Release #2 for Vol. 1 and 2 also published)
  • Presenter "Copyright Year in Review," 2008 Spring Seminar, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego and Ventura County Bar Associations, Santa Barbara

August 2008

PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • MEDIA AND THE LAW (with L. Levine; Lexis Nexis), Beta version for selected faculty at University of Michigan Law School, Emory University journalism program, Catholic Law School, Georgetown Law School and Southwestern Law School (final publication, 2009)
  • Interviewed regarding resort owner's defamation claim against guests who criticized resort on TripAdvisor.com, NBC News

ABA - American Bar Association
AALS
- Association of American Law Schools
LACBA
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
NALP
- National Association for Law Placement