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Faculty Activities

Through scholarly publications, an array of professional and community activities, and leadership positions with local and national institutions and organizations, Southwestern faculty members influence and inform the public, the profession and legal education. The following provides a sampling of the research, publications, presentations, media activity and public service involvement.

These activities and other stories about faculty are also posted regularly on the Southwestern Reporter news blog.

FALL 2015 No. 1

PROFESSOR RON ARONOVSKY
  • Presenter, "Starting Over: Letting States Regulate Adhesion Arbitration Agreements," Law & Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
  • Participant, re: recent arbitration case law developments in the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, ABA's "Arbitration Law Update," Webinar
PROFESSOR BETH CALDWELL
  • Miller v. Alabama as a Watershed Procedural Rule: The Case for Retroactivity, 10 HARVARD LAW & POLICY REVIEW ONLINE (2015)
PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK
  • Democracy, Human Rights, and Islamic Family Law in Post-Soeharto Indonesia, NEW MIDDLE EAST STUDIES 5 (with A. Bedner and S. van Huis, 2015)
  • Book Review, LAW AND RELIGION IN INDONESIA. CONFLICT AND THE COURTS IN WEST JAVA, (by M. Crouch) 171 Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 9 (2015)
  • Presentation, "Lessons from Islamic Law: What Indonesia's General Courts Can Learn From the Islamic Legal Tradition," Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta, Indonesia
PROFESSOR LAURA DYM COHEN
  • Launching the Los Angeles Incubator Consortium, 83 UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS LAW REVIEW 861 (2015)
  • Presenter, Summer 2015 Public Interest Boot Camp, June 5, 2015, Los Angeles
  • Panelist, "New A2J Models: How Incubators Train New Lawyers and Provide Affordable Legal Help," Pathways to Justice Conference, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN
  • Presentation, “Toward a More Open Internet: The Future of Net Neutrality,” Los Angeles Computer Society, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Speaker, "It's a Small World After All: A Global Tour of Transnational Regulatory Changes Affecting YOU," ABA Annual Meeting, Chicago
  • Lectures, "Restatements' and American Lawmaking: The Influence of Academic, Judicial and Practitioner Collaborations," "International Trade, U.S. Trade Policy and T-TIP: An Analysis of Frameworks and Prospects," and “Transnational Dispute-Settlement:  The International Law of Arbitration as it Applies to States, Transnational Enterprises and Persons" University of Augsburg, Germany
  • Recipient of stipends from the U. of Augsburg Center for Economic Law and Regulation and the Augsburg International Relations Program.
  • Awarded Research Stipend from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
  • Discussions with German professors of International Law from:  Munich University (Universitat Munchen), Institute for Public International Law (Institut fur Volkerrecht; German Military (Bundeswehr) College International Law Faculty; Munich Court of Appeals and University of Leipzig Law Faculty; U. of Michigan Law School/U. of Munich Law Faculty, Former Member of the International Court of Justice ("World Court"), and current member of the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal
  • Appointed, Co-chair of the ABA-SIL International Ethics Committee
  • Appointed, ABA-Section on International Law Liaison to U.S. Department of State Legal Adviser’s Advisory Committee on International Law; ABA-SIL Liaison to the American Law Institute; ABA-SIL Liaison to the ABA Center for Professional Responsibility
  • Appointed, ABA Presidential appointment to the ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism
  • Appointed, Chair of the ABA-SIL Blue Ribbon Committee on Foreign Relations Restatement of the United States (Fourth)
  • Participant, NAFTA Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Dispute Resolution, Mexico City
  • Interviewed, re: the immunity of sheiks from Qatar involved in illegal street car racing in Beverly Hills, KCBS
  • Interviewed, re: American lawyer murdered in Venezuela, Miami New Times
  • Interviewed, re: the effects of international economic sanctions, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Southern German Newspaper)
PROFESSOR JONATHAN MILLER
  • Quoted, "Argentine mom hopes pope will get son off death row," Associated Press   
PROFESSOR EMERITUS BUTLER SHAFFER
  • Presenter, "Private Property as a System of Peace, Liberty, and Social Order," and "The Size Theory of Social Misery," 3rd International Seminar, Escuela Austriaca, Bogota, Colombia
  • Speaker, "Private Property As a Social System," Universidad del Magdelena, Santa Marta, Colombia
  • Interviewed, re: topical issues, Ernest Hancock Show, Phoenix, AZ
PROFESSOR REBECCA A. SIMON
  • Board Member, Los Angeles Westside Chapter, National Women’s Political Caucus and event co-chair to honor 12 Remarkable Women in law and politics.
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
  • WHITE COLLAR CRIME:  CASES, MATERIALS, AND PROBLEMS (with S. Jordan; Lexis Publishing 3d ed. 2015)
  • (Re)Conceptualizing Insider Trading: United States v. Newman and the Intent to Defraud, 80 BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW 1 (2015)
  • Gay Panic and the Case for Gay Shield Laws, 36 CARDOZO LAW REVIEW 1473 (with M. Selvin & L. Hay, 2015) 
PROFESSOR JOHN TEHRANIAN
  • From Debbie Does Dallas to The Hangover: The Changing Landscape of Trademark Law in Tinseltown, in HOLLYWOOD AND THE LAW (P. McDonald, E.Hoyt, E. Carman, and P. Drake eds.; Palgrave Macmillan/British Film Institute Press, 2015)
  • The New ©ensorship, 101 IOWA LAW REVIEW (forthcoming, 2015)
  • Playing Cowboys and Iranians: Selective Colorblindness and the Legal Construction of White Geographies in the Age of Obama, 86 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO LAW REVIEW 1 (2015)
  • Cited, supporting federal district court’s decision Petrov v. Hebert Research, Inc., 2015 WL 4508708
  • Cited, Beastie Boys v. Monster Energy Co., 66 F.Supp.3d 424
  • Cited, Fifth Circuit District Court, U.S. v. Richards, 755 F.3d 269
  • Presentation, "The New ©ensorship," 12th Annual International Conference on Law, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece
  • Presentation, "The Creation of a New MENA ("Middle Eastern or North African") Category on the United States Census," Expert Forum on Ethnic Groups from the Middle East and North Africa, United States Census Bureau, Suitland, MD
  • Presentation, "Selective Colorblindness and the Legal Construction of White Geographies," Association for Law, Property & Society Sixth Annual Meeting, University of Georgia School of Law
  • Moderator, Second Annual Online Privacy Conference, Donald E. Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute, Southwestern
  • Presentation, "Who’s Afraid of Hussein? Racialization and the War on Terrorism in the Age of Obama," Post-9/11 Racialization of Middle Eastern and South Asian Communities, Critical Race Studies Program, UCLA
  • Presentation, "Copyright, Censorship and the Crafting of a Federal Anti-SLAPP Statute," Fifth Annual Internet Law Works-in-Progress Conference, High Tech Law Institute, Santa Clara University School of Law
  • Presentation, "A New York Times v. Sullivan for Copyright Law: Creative Properties and First Amendment Restraints on Intellectual Property Enforcement," Creative Properties Intellectual Property, University of California at Irvine Creative Economies Center, Center in Law, Society and Culture, School of the Humanities and School of Law
  • Presentation, "Dangerous Undertakings: Sacred Texts and Copyright's Myth of Aesthetic Neutrality," SBA Faculty Research Series, Southwestern
  • Presentation, "The History of Whiteness: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Race But Were Afraid to Ask," Fox Entertainment Group, Los Angeles
  • Presentation, "Up in the Air for Aereo: The Supreme Court Decision and the Latest Developments,"   Beverly Hills Bar Association (Entertainment Law Section and IP, Internet & New Media Law Section) and Federal Communications Bar Association, Beverly Hills, CA
PROFESSOR RACHEL VANLANDINGHAM
  • "The Law of War is Not About 'Chivalry'," Just Security
  • Op-Ed article, "Bowe Bergdahl and Imbalance in Military Justice System," Army Times
  • Workshop Participant, The Transatlantic Workshop on International Law and Armed Conflict, University of Oxford, England
  • Panelist and Presenter, "Towards a New Law of War" Conference, Shurat Ha'Din Israel Law Center, Jerusalem
PROFESSOR JULIA VAZQUEZ
  • Speaker, “Social Justice Lawyering: Liberatory Praxis for Immigration Practitioners,” National Lawyers Guild, Social Justice Retreat, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR JULIE WATERSTONE
  • Presentation, "IDEA & Children in Correctional Facilities," 14th National Academy for IDEA Administrative Law Judges and Impartial Hearing Officers, Seattle University School of Law
  • Discussant, "IDEA at 40: Roundtable Discussion," Conference of the South Eastern Association of Law Schools, Boca Raton, Fl


FALL 2015 No. 2

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Paper Presentation, "Starting Over: Letting States Regulate Adhesion Arbitration Agreements," AALS Alternative Dispute Resolution Section's Works-in-Progress Conference, Texas A & M School of Law, Fort Worth, TX
  • Panelist, "The Future of CERCLA," Los Angeles County Bar Association, Environmental Law Section's Environmental Law Symposium
PROFESSOR LAURA COHEN
  • Panelist, "Important Partnerships for Student Organizations," Equal Justice Works Conference & Career Fair, Arlington, VA
  • Facilitator, California Incubator Programs, California State Bar, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR MICHAEL DORFF
  • Quoted, "Stock buybacks enrich the bosses even when business sags," Reuters  
PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN
  • Featured speaker, "Toward a More Open Internet: the Future of Net Neutrality," Los Angeles Computer Society
PROFESSOR NORMAN GARLAND
  • Featured, Author of the Week (Dec. 9), CALI 
PROFESSOR JOHN HEILMAN
  • Panelist, in tribute to Professor Franklyn Haiman, an expert on Freedom of Speech, National Communication Association 101st Annual Convention, Las Vegas
  • Panelist, "Sexuality and Human Rights," University of Southern California
  • Moderator, "The Challenge of Police Misconduct," "Prosecuting and Defending Sex Trafficking Cases," and "There’s a New Sheriff in Town: Reflections on the First Year as Sheriff" (with Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell), Southwestern
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Drafted statement, re: Chinese crackdown on human rights lawyers (defenders), International Human Rights Committee of the ABA Section of International Law 
  • Speaker, "'Restatements' and American Lawmaking: The Influence of Academic, Judicial and Practitioner Collaborations," "Transnational Dispute-Settlement: The International Law of Arbitration as it Applies to States, Transnational Enterprises and Persons", and "International Trade, U.S. Trade Policy and T-TIP: An Analysis of Frameworks and Prospects," with support from Augsburg Center for Economic Law and Regulation (ACELR) and the International Relations Program of the University of Augsburg's Faculty of Law (as recipient of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation "Refresher" Fellowship), Germany
  • Lecture, "Making International Law: The U.S., Its Restatement, Academia and NGOs," University of Debrecen Geza Marton Doctoral School of Legal Studies, Hungary
  • Speaker, "When Failing States Fail: Tools for Business and Legal Professionals," also at ABA Section of International Law, Fall Meeting, Montreal 
  • Meeting Participant, Semi-Annual Meeting, American Bar Foundation Fellows' Research Advisory Council (FRAC), Chicago
  • Convened Blue Ribbon Committee on the RESTATEMENT OF FOREIGN RELATIONS OF US (fourth) to discuss drafts on the subjects of treaties, jurisdiction and sovereign immunity
  • Conference (call) Participant, addressing legal services in the context of  the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP), ABA Task Force on International Trade in Legal Services (ITILS)
  • Quoted, "Concern grows over rules for foreign GCs,"Daily Journal
  • Interviewed, re: investor-state dispute settlement provisions of the TransPacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement, ABA Journal
  • Interviewed, re: John Pate, a colleague who was murdered in Caracas, Miami New Times
  • Interviewed, re: "sanctions" on governments, especially those US sanctions on governments and officials that violate certain U.S. laws, Suddeutsche Zeitung (Germany)
PROFESSOR ANDREA RAMOS
  • Presenter, "U Visa Hot Topics," Immigrant Legal Resource Center U Visa and Humanitarian Relief training, Southwestern
PROFESSOR REBECCA SIMON
  • Co-Chair, Mindfulness Affinity Group, Balance Section, AALS
  • Chair and speaker, National Women's Political Caucus Los Angeles Westside 2015 event "to honor 12 remarkable women in the Los Angeles community"
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
PROFESSOR RACHEL VANLANDINGHAM
  • Co-Editor and Contributing Writer, US MILITARY OPERATIONS: LAW, POLICY AND PRACTICE (with Co-Eds. G.Corn, S. Reeves; Oxford University Press 2015) 
  • Keynote speaker, Sexual Violence in the Military: Discipline, Justice, and Command in the U.S. Military, New England Law Review Fall 2015 Symposium, Boston, MA
  • Panelist and Moderator, "Sexual Assault in the Military," Sex Offenses: Lessons from the Front Lines symposium, Southwestern 
  • Amicus Brief, in support of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, on behalf of the National Institute of Military Justice, filed at the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (October 2015)
  • Interviewed, re: Bowe Bergdahl case, Democracy Now! (TV) and AirTalk 
  • Quoted, "The Politics of Military Justice, Bowe Bergdahl Edition," Foreign Policy 
PROFESSOR JULIE WATERSTONE
  • Presenter, "Prevention from Discrimination, Women and Children with Disabilities, CRPD and Turkish Disability Law: Rights of the Persons with Intellectual Disabilities," Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey 
PROFESSOR WILLIAM WOOD
  • Panelist, "Land into Trust in California and Marijuana in Indian Country," California Indian Law Association’s 15th Annual Conference, Jackson Rancheria, Jackson, CA

ADJUNCT FACULTY

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR JEFFREY MAUSNER 
  • Board of Directors, Tarzana Neighborhood Council (Chairman of its Animal Welfare Committee)
  • Featured in the recent book, THE NAZIS NEXT DOOR: HOW AMERICA BECAME A SAFE HAVEN FOR HITLER'S MEN, (by E. Lichtblau, Houghton Mifflin 2015).  
  • Selected, 2006-2015, Southern California Super Lawyer
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR PETER WILLIAMSON
  • Featured, "Killing Them Safely," a documentary about TASERs, which had LA premiere in December 2015


SPRING 2016 No. 1

PROFESSOR RYAN ABBOTT
  • The New Designer Drug Wave: A Clinical, Toxicological, and Legal Analysis (with D. Smith) 18:1-4 JOURNAL OF PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS (Nov. 2015)
  • Book Review, FDA IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: THE CHALLENGES OF REGULATING DRUGS AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES (H.F. Lynch and I.G. Cohen, eds), 1-5 JOURNAL OF LAW AND THE BIOSCIENCES (2015).
  • Interviewed re: recent developments in FTC v. Wyndham and the Amarin Pharma off-label use case, The Week In Health Law (Podcast)
PROFESSOR BETH CALDWELL
  • Presentation, “Creating Meaningful Opportunities for Release,” La Verne Law School
  • Speaker, “Preparing for Youth Offender Parole Hearings,” CARES for Youth, conference discussion 
  • Op-Ed Article, “Probation Camp Alternatives Work Better for Teens,” Juvenile Justice Exchange
  • Letter to the Editor, Los Angeles Times   
PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
  • Op-Ed Article, “LA board must harmonize child welfare with fair treatment of its employees,” Daily Journal
  • Co-creator, Mexican American Bar Foundation-California Bar Foundation partnership in $5,000 bar exam stipend for a Latino law graduate who is studying for California Bar.  
  • One of 20 professors featured in “Leaders in Diversity,” National Jurist 
PROFESSOR LAURA DYM COHEN
  • Moderator, Trina Grillo Social Justice Retreat, Las Vegas, NV
  • Panelist, Western States Bar Conference, Innovation in Practice Models:  Tales from the Field, San Diego, CA
  • Panelist, “Incubators and Beyond: Building an Entrepreneurial Access to Justice Program,” NALP Conference 2016 Annual Education Conference, Boston
  • Presenter, Law School Pro Bono Directors Pre-Conference, Equal Justice Conference, Chicago
PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN
  • The U.S. Constitution as Icon: Re-Imagining the Sacred Secular in the Age of User-Controlled Media 45 SOUTHWESTERN LAW REVIEW 1 (2015)
  • Interviewer, The Big Interview with Jeremy Geltzer Media Law Forum, Southwestern 
PROFESSOR WARREN GRIMES
  • Quoted, “Tribune Publishing says temporary restraining order would kill O.C. Register bid,” Los Angeles Times
PROFESSOR ISABELLE GUNNING
  • President-Elect, Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission 
  • Presentation, “What We Can Learn About Positive Interfaith Interaction from Structured Conversations Among Lawyers of Faith,” Parliament of the World’s Religions, Salt Lake City
PROFESSOR JOHN HEILMAN
  • Quoted, “What Kesha’s unbreakable contract says about how courts approach rape cases,” Vox
PROFESSOR STEVE KRONE
  • Quoted, “Law Schools Balance Past With Future to Prep Young Entertainment Lawyers,” The Hollywood Reporter/THR, Esq.
PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND
  • Panelist, “Copyright Reform and Other Underwhelming Developments,” South by Southwest Music Festival, Austin, TX
  • Featured, Author of the Week (May 9), CALI 
  • Quoted, “Law Schools Balance Past With Future to Prep Young Entertainment Lawyers,” The Hollywood Reporter/THR, Esq.
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Selected for 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award, ABA Section of International Law
  • Co-Organizer and Speaker, “Defending the International Legal Profession:  China, Human Rights Defenders, and the Global Rule-of-Law Challenges,” Beverly Hills Bar Association
  • Guest Lecturer, “Defending the International Legal Profession: Is Rule of Law at-Risk in China,” Whittier Law School 
  • Interviewed, “Investor-State Dispute Resolution and the TransPacific Partnership,” ABA Journal
  • Speaker (and event co-organizer), “Defending the International Legal Profession: The Climate in China Today for Human Rights Defense Lawyers,” Beverly Hills Bar Association
  • Organizer (with the International Law Society), “International Migration Crisis: Will the Refugee Crisis Tear the European Union Apart?” featuring Dr. Hermann Knott, Cologne, Germany Bar.
  • Participant, ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism meeting, ABA Center for Professional Responsibility, ABA Center for Human Rights, ABA Section of International Law Council Meeting, Committee on International Ethics (Chair), Committee on Mexican Law, and American Bar Foundation Fellows’ Research Advisory Council; ABA Midyear Meetings, San Diego
  • Organizer and Speaker “Stammtisch on ‘Defending the International Legal Profession: The Challenges for Human Rights’ Lawyers in China’,” Southwestern
  • Participant, Southern California International Law Scholars Workshop (invited), U.C. Irvine Law School.
  • Invited Guest Lecture, “Defending the International Legal Profession: The Rule of Law At-Risk”, Whittier Law School
  • Participant, Siderman Workshop, Southwestern
  • Speaker, “Recognition of Lawyers—US: The Future is Now,” North American Consortium on Legal Education (NACLE) Biennual Workshop, Monterrey, Mexico
  • Report Presentation, Teleconference on Human Rights Lawyers in China and ABA Center of Human Rights at its Executive Committee Meeting.   
  • Participant, Spring Meeting of the ABA Section of International Law, New York City
  • Invited Participant, The Rule of Law, Non-Law, and Social Order World Justice Project Consortium Conference, Stanford Law School 
  • Participant, American Law Institute Annual Meeting, May 15-18, in Washington, D.C. 
  • Participant, National Professional Responsibility Conference, Philadelphia
PROFESSOR ARTHUR MCEVOY
  • Presentation, “A Brief History of Los Angeles Water Supply: With Hints as to Why The City Manages Its Water Better Than One Would Expect,” Pardee RAND Graduate School, Santa Monica, CA
PROFESSOR JONATHAN MILLER
  • Faculty Advisor/Event Organizer, “The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2016: International Context,” Southwestern Journal of International Law symposium
  • Event Organizer, Jose Siderman Human Rights Lecture 
DEAN SUSAN PRAGER
  • Listed in “25 Most Influential People in Legal Education,” National Jurist
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Retributivism: A Just Basis for Criminal  Sentences, 7 HOFSTRA LAW REVIEW REV, 379, 397-98 (1979) cited in D. Coontz’ Beyond First Blush: The Utility of Shame as a Master Emotion in Criminal Sentencing, 2015 MICHIGAN STATE LAW REVIEW 415
  • Quoted, “Would O.J. Have Been Found Guilty If One Witness Never Sold Her Story?” Huffington Post
PROFESSOR IRA SHAFIROFF
  • FORGIVENESS RULES (613 House LLC, 2016) 
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
  • Re)Conceptualizing Insider Trading: United States v. Newman and the Intent to Defraud (originally in BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW) selected for inclusion in CRIMINAL LAW: CASE STUDIES AND CONTROVERSIES, 4th ed; P. Robinson, M. Cahill and S. Baughman, eds; Wolters Kluwer 2016) and THE SECURITIES LAW REVIEW (D. Langevoort, ed., West 2015)
  • Quoted, “Murder charges against rehab center are a first in California,” Los Angeles Times 
PROFESSOR BYRON STIER
  • Cited, Now It’s Personal: Punishment and Mass Tort Litigation After Philip Morris USA v. Williams, 2 CHARLESTON LAW REVIEV 433 (2008) (Symposium issue), in the Brief Amicus Curiae of Pacific Legal Foundation in Support of Petitioner Tyson Foods, Inc., Tyson Foods, Inc. v. Bouphakeo, 577 U.S. __ (2016)
  • Panelist, “Litigation Funding,” Harvard Law School Association of Los Angeles, Southwestern 
DEAN EMERITUS LEIGH TAYLOR
  • Site Evaluator, ABA/AALS Site Evaluation Team, The George Washington University Law School
JOHN TEHRANIAN 
  • Cited, Curbing Copyblight, 14 VANDERBILT JOURNAL OF ENTERTAINMENT AND TECHNOLOGY LAW 993, 1016 (2012), in the petition for certiorari granted by the United States Supreme Court in Kirtsaeng v. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., a case considering proper standard for award of attorneys' fees under the Copyright Act, Scotus Blog
RACHEL VANLANDINGHAM
PROFESSOR JULIE WATERSTONE
  • Counsel in School Exclusion Cases: Leveling the Playing Field, 46 SETON HALL LAW REVIEW 471 (2016)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR GREGORY DOHI
  • Recipient, 2016 Hon. Robert Takasugi Judicial Excellence Award, Criminal Courts Bar Association 
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR DAVID GOLDBERG
  • Journalism, drones, and law in COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON THE FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION (A. Koltay ed., Wolters Kluwer 2015)
  • Droning on About Journalism: Remotely Piloted Aircraft and Newsgathering in DRONES AND UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS (Ales Zavrsnik ed., Spring 2015)
  • Dronalism: Journalism, Remotely Piloted Aircraft, Law and Regulation, 10 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW. 405 (2015)
  • Regulators Should Let “Dronalism” Take Off, 42 MEDIA ASIA 39 (2015)
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR SCOTT GORDON
  • Appointed, Assistant Supervising Judge, Criminal Division, Los Angeles Superior Court 
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR VIK KANWAR
  • Treaty Interpretation in Indian Courts: Adherence, Coherence, and Convergence in DOMESTIC COURTS AND THE INTERPRETATION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (H. Aust and G. Nolte, eds.; Oxford University Press, 2015)
ADUNCT PROFESSOR ANDREW KNAPP
  • Panelist, Jurisdiction and Motions Practice and After the Decision, United States Court of Appeals Immigration Law Training, Pasadena, CA
  • Quoted, re: Dimaya case in several publications: “Court: Non-citizens get relief from deportation,” Daily Journal; “INA’s ‘Residual Clause Unconstitutional; May Open ‘Can of Worms in Criminal Law,” Bloomberg BNA; Case examined in Ninth Circuit Blog;  “Federal Appeals Court Moves to Protect Some Immigrants from Deportation,” Think Progress
ADUNCT PROFESSOR ANTHONY MOHR
  • Panelist, “Decoding the Judicial Ethics Committees and the Commission on Judicial Performance,” Midyear Meeting, California Judges Association, Indian Wells, CA
  • Presenter, “Jury Trials in Unlawful Detainers” Civil Seminar, Los Angeles Superior Court
  • Faculty, New Judge Orientation, Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER), San Francisco
  • Panelist, “Civil Litigation Walk-Through Program,” Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles Superior Court
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR TIM WEINER
  • Appointed, Commissioner of the Los Angeles Superior Court
 

ABA - American Bar Association
AALS
- Association of American Law Schools
LACBA
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
LSSSE - Law School Survey of Student Engagement
NALP - National Association for Law Placement