Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

2005-2006

FACULTY ACTIVITIES

August 2005
September 2005 October 2005 Nov/Dec 2005
January 2006
February 2006 March/April 2006
May 2006

AUGUST 2005

PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN

  • Lecturer, Opinion Writing Seminar, National Judicial College, University of Nevada
  • Speaker, Academic Assistance Workshop, LSAC, University of Nevada, Las Vegas-Boyd Law School

PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER CAMERON

  • Interviewed on "AirTalk," and "Past Sunset," KPCC

PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK

  • Principal Organizer, The Global and the Local in Accounting for and Judging War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain
  • Interviewed on "The Abrams Report," MSNBC

PROFESSOR MICHAEL DORFF

  • Does One Hand Wash the Other? Testing the Managerial Power and Optimal Contracting Theories of Executive Compensation, 30 JOURNAL OF CORPORATION LAW 255 (2005)

PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN

  • From Must-See-TV to Branded Counter-Programming: Syndicating 'Seinfeld' in MASTER OF ITS DOMAIN: REVISITING SEINFELD (Continuum, 2005) (with Mark C. Rogers and Jimmie L. Reeves)
  • From Scarcity to Market Power Quid Pro Quo: Toward a Workable Right of Access in U.S. Media in MEDIA OWNERSHIP: RESEARCH AND REGULATION (Hampton Press, 2005)
  • Surviving the Hit: HBO's Brand Equity after 'The Sopranos' in READING THE SOPRANOS: CAN THIS BE THE END OF TONY SOPRANO? (I.B. Taurus, 2005) (with Mark C. Rogers and Jimmie L. Reeves)

PROFESSOR JAMES FISCHER

  • Appointed, Committee on Professional Responsibility and Conduct, California State Bar

PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST

  • INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL LEGAL RHETORIC: A LOST HERITAGE (Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2005)

PROFESSOR MAX GOODMAN

  • Quoted in "State's Laws Make Good Breeding Ground," Riverside Press Enterprise

PROFESSOR WARREN GRIMES

  • Quoted in "RIMS President Issues Challenge for Industry: Eliminate Contingents," Business Insurance

PROFESSOR PAUL HORWITZ

  • Grutter's First Amendment, 46 BOSTON COLLEGE LAW REVIEW 461 (2005)

Interviewed on KABC-TV News

PROFESSOR SUNG HUI KIM

  • The Banality of Fraud: Resituating the Inside Counsel as Gatekeeper, FORDHAM LAW REVIEW (2005)

PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER

  • Forty Years After New York Times v. Sullivan: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, 83 OREGON LAW REVIEW 1203 (Winter 2004)

PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER

  • Lecturer, Innovative European Urbanism, Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute, University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, Denver, CO

PROFESSOR CHRISTINE METTEER LORILLARD

  • Moderator, "Legal Stories of Empowerment/Disempowerment," and presented a paper, "Making the Law Free: Literature as a Bridge Between the Law and the Culture in Which it Must Exist," The Power of Stories: The Intersection of Law Culture and Literature, sponsored by Gloucester City Council, The Gloucester Initiative, Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and University of Gloucestershire, England

PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • ENTERTAINMENT LAW: LEGAL CONCEPTS AND BUSINESS PRACTICES, 2nd ed., 5 vols. (Thomson/West, 2005) (with P. Acton, T. Selz and M. Simensky)
  • NEWSGATHERING AND THE LAW, 3rd ed. (Matthew Bender, 2005) (with C. Dienes and L. Levine)

PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ

  • Ten Years of the WTO: Reflections on the Future of Regional and Global Trade, 34 INTERNATIONAL LAW NEWS: SPECIAL FOCUS ISSUE - THE WTO 1 (Spring 2005)
  • Lecturer, "Legal Aspects of Terrorism," Terrorism, Global Security and the Law, University of California, Los Angeles

PROFESSOR JONATHAN MILLER

  • Co-Organizer and presented a paper, "Argentina's 'New' International Human Rights Trials and Its Search for Domestic Political Legitimacy," The Global and the Local in Accounting for and Judging War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Onati, Spain
  • Chair and panelist, Comparative Constitutional Construction, Law and Society Association Annual Meeting

PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH

  • Trail Smelter Deja Vu: Extraterritoriality, International Environmental Law, and the Search for Solutions to Canadian-U.S Transboundary Water Pollution Disputes, 85 BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 363 (2005)

PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY

  • Interviewed on Radio America, KPCC, KAHL (San Antonio, TX) and WNDB (Daytona Beach, FL)
  • Quoted in Newsday and the Christian Science Monitor

PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER

  • "A Primer on Gender-Related Issues That Affect Female Offenders," Criminal Justice Magazine (Spring 2005)
  • Quoted in ABA Journal e-Report

PROFESSOR J. KELLY STRADER

  • WHITE COLLAR CRIME: CASES, MATERIALS, AND PROBLEMS (Lexis Publishing, 2005) (with S. Jordon)
  • Interviewed on KCRW; KPCC; and "Marketplace" and "Morning Edition," NPR

PROFESSOR BYRON STIER

  • Resolving the Class Action Crisis: Mass Tort Litigation as Network, UTAH LAW REVIEW (2005)

PROFESSOR DENNIS YOKOYAMA

  • You Can't Always Use the Zippo Code: The Fallacy of a Uniform Theory of Internet Personal Jurisdiction, 54 DEPAUL LAW REVIEW 1147 (Summer 2005)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV

  • Organizer, "Littles in Law," Big Brothers Big Sisters Mentoring Program
  • Quoted in "'Bigs' Mentor 'Littles," Teach Them About Law, Los Angeles Daily Journal
  • Interviewed on KCAL and KCBS news

PROFESSOR JEFFREY MAUSNER

  • Speaker, Yom Hashoah Holocaust Remembrance Day Dinner, Temple Ner Maarav

PROFESSOR AMY PELLMAN

  • Appointed Superior Court Commissioner, County of Los Angeles

PROFESSOR BIANCA PUTTERS

  • Featured guest speaker, Land Use and Planning Methods Incorporating Protective Financial Incentives, University of Amsterdam

 

SEPTEMBER 2005


PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER

  • Appointed, Accreditation Committee, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
  • Quoted in "Lawyers Give Free Help to Environmental Groups," Christian Science Monitor

PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST

  • Lecturer, Judicial Opinion Writing Seminar, National Judicial College, University of Nevada

DEAN BRYANT GARTH

  • Host, Executive Advisory Committee Meeting, "After the J.D."

PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • Interviewed regarding the deaccessioning of objects from the Thomas Paine National Historical Association and the standards for such activity, New York Times

PROFESSOR CHRISTINE METTEER LORILLARD

  • Stories That Make The Law Free: Literature As A Bridge Between The Law And The Culture In Which It Must Exist, TEXAS WESLEYAN LAW REVIEW (Fall Symposium Issue - "The Power of Stories: Intersections of Law, Literature and Culture," 2005)

PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ

  • Chair, Summit of U.S. State and European Bar Leaders on Multi-jurisdictional Practice; Meeting Chair, Committee on International Mediation, ABA Dispute Resolution Section; Meeting Chair, Transnational Legal Practice Committee Meeting, Section of International Law; Presentation, Council Meeting, Section of International Law; Participant, ABA GATS Task Force Meeting; Participant, ABA-Africa (African Law Initiatives Council) Meeting, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Chicago
  • Invited Participant, "Multijurisdictional Practice and Ethics: California and Federal Law" and "Enforcing Foreign Judgments in the U.S. and Abroad: A Guide for Lawyers," California State Bar Association Annual Meeting, San Diego
  • Visiting Scholar Lecture, "The Future of International Law Practice in a Multi-jurisdictional World," Whittier Law School

PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH

  • Sovereignty, Not Due Process: Personal Jurisdiction Over Nonresident, Alien Defendants, 41 WAKE FOREST LAW REVIEW (Spring 2006)
  • Sovereignty's Continuing Importance? Traces of Trail Smelter In the International Law Governing Hazardous Waste Transport in TRANSBOUNDARY HARMS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW: LESSONS FROM THE TRAIL SMELTER ARBITRATION (Cambridge University Press, 2005)

PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER

  • Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, and Trustworthiness Exceptions After Crawford, 20 Criminal Justice 24 (Summer 2005)
  • Reappointed Co-Chair, Ad Hoc Innocence Committee, ABA Criminal Justice Section
  • Lecturer, Special Problems in Criminal Evidence, Judicial Opinion Writing Seminar, National Judicial College, University of Nevada
  • Presentation on Innocence Policies, Criminal Justice Spring Council Meeting, Minneapolis
  • Member, National Working Group on Compensation Legislation, Life After Exoneration Project
  • Participant, "After O.J. Simpson - The DNA Revolution & Beyond," California Forensic Science Institute's Public Forum, California State University, Los Angeles (as a member of the Institute's Advisory Board)
  • Participant, ALI Sentencing Project Members Consultative Group, San Francisco
  • Interviewed as Past President, Oral History Project, NAWL Annual Meeting, Chicago

PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER

  • Presentation, Property as a System of Social Order, Freedom Summit, Manchester, New Hampshire
  • Participant, Eris Society Conference, Aspen, Colorado

PROFESSOR IRA SHAFIROFF

  • "A Just War or Just a War?" Iraq a Year Later, 9 NEXUS - A JOURNAL OF OPINION 57 (2004)

PROFESSOR KAREN SMITH

  • Invited Participant, "Justice for All: Public Trust and Confidence in the California Court," Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism - Fred Friendly Seminars and California Judicial Council, San Diego

PROFESSOR J. KELLY STRADER

  • Appointed, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues Subcommittee, LSAC

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV

  • Featured, "Don't Mess With the Bulldog," Los Angeles Magazine (Southern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars Edition, 2005)

PROFESSOR CAROLINE NEWCOMBE

  • Earned LL.M. degree in Administrative Law, American University
  • Awarded, Best LL.M Paper, "Implied Private Rights of Action"

 

OCTOBER 2005

PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN

  • Invited Participant, Academic Support Conference, National Conference of Bar Examiners, University of Wisconsin

PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER

  • Challenging the Constitutionality of Strict Liability in Sex Offender Registration Laws, 86 BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW (April 2006)
  • Presentation, "Assessing Academic Quality in At-Risk Institutions: Interpreting the Measurements," Joint Retreat ABA Accreditation Committee and Council on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, Illinois

PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN

  • Featured Speaker, "Legal Foundations of Media Ownership," Media Ownership Conference, Center for Film, Television, and New Media, University of California, Santa Barbara

PROFESSOR EILEEN GAUNA

  • Panelist, "Politics of Race and Class in America after Hurricane Katrina," University of New Mexico School of Law

PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • Speaker, "Defenses to Third-Party Liability," Third-Party Liability in Intellectual Property Conference, Santa Clara University Law School

PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY

  • Interviewed on "Mike Romih Show," KDKA (Pittsburgh); "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network; "Mark Bernier Program," WNDB (Daytona Beach)

PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT

  • Annual Supplement, SCOTT ON MULTIMEDIA LAW, 2nd ed. (Aspen Publishers, 2006)

PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER

  • Presented a paper, "The Business Class vs. The Free Market," The Economics of Fascism Conference, Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama

PROFESSOR JUDY SLOAN

  • Interviewed regarding the new bankruptcy law on KFBK (NewsTalk, Sacramento)

DEAN EMERITUS LEIGH TAYLOR

  • Reappointed, Investment Policy and Oversight Group, LSAC
  • Meeting Participant, Investment Policy and Oversight Group, LSAC, Washington, DC
  • Participant, Workshop for Chairs of Site Evaluation Teams, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago

 

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2005

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY

  • "Federalism and CERCLA: Re-Thinking the Role of Federal Law in Private Cleanup Cost Disputes," 32 ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY (March 2006)

ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON

  • Interviewed regarding the Delta Airlines bankruptcy on "Marketplace," KPCC

PROFESSOR NORMAN GARLAND

  • EXCULPATORY EVIDENCE, 3rd ed. - Cumulative Supplement (Lexis Nexis, 2005)

DEAN BRYANT GARTH

  • Presenter, From the Foreign Policy to the Legalization of Foreign Policy, UCLA Law School Faculty Workshop, Los Angeles
  • Interviewed regarding Southwestern's Hurricane Katrina efforts, "Talk of the City," KPCC

PROFESSOR EILEEN GAUNA

  • Member, National Environmental Justice Advisory Council, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (elected to a one-year term)

PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER

  • Panelist, The Confrontation Clause After Crawford and The Innocence Policy Project (as co-chair), ABA Criminal Justice Section's Fall Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland

PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER

  • Participant, Freedom Summit Conference, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Presenter, The Decline and Fall of the State, The Burton S. Blumert Conference on Gold, Freedom and Peace, San Mateo, California
  • Speaker, Boundaries of Order and A Cost-Benefit Analysis of the Human Spirit: The Luddites Revisited, Freedom Seminars: Private Property: The Key to Freedom, Portland, Oregon

DEAN EMERITUS LEIGH TAYLOR

  • Member, Board of Governors, Queen Margaret's School, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada (elected to a two-year term)
  • Meeting leader, NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education meeting, Washington, D.C. (as chair of the Board of Trustees)
  • Participant, NALP Board of Directors meeting, San Francisco

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV

  • Featured regarding the establishment of the "Littles in Law" program, California Bar Journal

 

JANUARY 2006

PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN

  • Lecturer, Opinion Writing Seminar for Administrative Law Judges and Hearing Officers from the Oklahoma Merit Protection Commission, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission and the Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs, Oklahoma City University School of Law

PROFESSOR ALAN CALNAN

  • Faculty Presentation, Classic Liberal Strict Liability (article-in-progress), Wake Forest University School of Law
  • Anomalies in Intentional Tort Law, 1 TENNESSEE JOURNAL OF LAW & POLICY 187 (2005)

ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON

  • Interviewed regarding the NYC transit strike and the right of public employees to strike in general, "AirTalk," KPCC

PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER

  • Recent Curricular Trends in Legal Education: What Bar Examiners May Want to Know, 74 BAR EXAMINER 4:39 (2005)
  • Speaker, Embarking on Curricular Change: Lessons from the ABA Curriculum Survey, Committee on Curriculum and Research Program, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • Participant, Accreditation Committee Meeting, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Napa, California

PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST

  • Lecturer, Opinion Writing Seminar for Administrative Law Judges and Hearing Officers from the Oklahoma Merit Protection Commission, the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission and the Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs, Oklahoma City University School of Law

PROFESSOR EILEEN GAUNA

  • Quoted in "Socratic Method Falls Out of Favor in Schools," Los Angeles Daily Journal

DEAN BRYANT GARTH

  • Lawyers in Their Habitats: Law firms contemplating transnational mergers should start thinking like anthropologists, LEGAL AFFAIRS (January/February 2006)
  • Speaker, The Globalization of American Law? Comparative Law and the New Legal Transplants, Section on Comparative Law, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

PROFESSOR EMERITUS MAX GOODMAN

  • Quoted in "Socratic Method Falls Out of Favor in Schools," Los Angeles Daily Journal

PROFESSOR ISABELLE GUNNING

  • Member, Planning Committee, Workshop on Clinical Legal Education, AALS Annual Meeting

PROFESSOR PAUL HORWITZ

  • Speaker, Religion, Division and the Constitution, Section on Law and Religion, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

PROFESSOR SUNG HUI KIM

  • The Banality of Fraud: Re-situating the Inside Counsel as Gatekeeper, 74 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 983 (December 2005)
  • Featured in "Law School Professor Couple Gets an 'A' for Happiness," Korea Times

PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER

  • "What's Really Going on in the Judith Miller Case?" Commentary Series, Fulton County Daily Report (American Lawyer Media, October 2005)
  • "Challenge to Military Recruiters Raises Key First Amendment Issue," Commentary Series, Fulton County Daily Report (American Lawyer Media, December 2005)

PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER

  • Annual Supplement, SUBDIVISION LAW AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT, 2nd ed., 2 vols. (West Group, 2005)
  • New Urbanism in Europe, Annual Program on Planning, Zoning and Eminent Domain, Center for American and International Law and ABA Section on Local Government Law, San Francisco, California

PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • NEWSGATHERING AND THE LAW, 3rd ed. (LexisNexis, 2005)

PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ

  • Chair, Legal Issues Subcommittee, NAFTA Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Dispute Resolution
  • Featured Speaker, Liberalizing the Regulation of Legal Services, Australian Law Council, Canberra, Australia
  • Guest Speaker, International Trade Law and the Recent Australia-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, Center for Comparative Law & Development Studies, University of Wollongong Law School, Australia
  • Speaker, Cross-Border Law Practice in North America: Admissions and Ethics Rules, Foreign Legal Consultants, the Impact of GATS, and Does It All Matter Anyway? Section on North American Cooperation, Co-Sponsored by Sections on Graduate Programs for Foreign Lawyers, International Legal Exchange and Professional Responsibility, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
    Selected Participant, ABF Advisory Research Committee Meeting, Chicago, Illinois
  • Selected Participant and Presentation, NAFTA Code of Conduct for Arbitrators, NAFTA Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Dispute Resolution, Ottawa, Canada
  • Participant, ABA-Africa Council Meeting, Washington, D.C.
    Participant, Semi-Annual Meeting, State Department's Advisory Committee of Legal Advisers on International Law, Washington, D.C.

PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY

  • Interviewed regarding the NSA's secret surveillance of U.S. citizens' telephone calls to overseas and the Department of Justice's involvement in the matter; the jurisdictional scope of a recent Pennsylvania federal case regarding "Intelligent Design," the theory of earth/life's origin; the Supreme Court's decision on a New Hampshire abortion/parental notification law; and the Alito Senate Confirmation hearings on ABC Radio Network; KMOX-AM (St. Louis); "AirTalk," KPCC; "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network; and WNDB (Daytona Beach)

PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER

  • Remember the Ladies and the Children Too: Crawford's Impact on Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Cases, 71 BROOKLYN LAW REVIEW 311 (Fall 2005)
  • "Convicting the Guilty, Acquitting the Innocent: Recently Adopted ABA Policies," 20 Criminal Justice Magazine 14 (Winter 2006) (with A. Taslitz and P. Giannelli)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV

  • Acknowledgment from Governor Schwarzenegger, creation of the "Littles in Law" program

PROFESSOR BIANCA PUTTERS

  • Participant, meeting regarding development of market incentive systems for the preservation of historic properties and open spaces with officials from the City of Amsterdam, the University of Amsterdam, and the College of Deventer, the Netherlands

 

FEBRUARY 2006

ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON

  • External Local Authority, Five-year Review Committee, UCLA Institute of Industrial Relations
  • Interviewed regarding the head of the LA County Federation of Labor's possible resignation, "AirTalk," KPCC

PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER

  • Participant, Accreditation Committee, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Invited Speaker, Opening the Box: A Review of the Self-study and Site Evaluation Questionnaire, New Site Evaluator's Workshop, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, Illinois
PROFESSOR SILVIA FAERMAN

  • Panelist, "Intellectual Property: International Issues for Corporate and Outside Counsel," Substantive Legal Issues and Approaches to the Practice of Law, State Bar of California Section Education Institute, Santa Monica
DEAN BRYANT GARTH

  • Speaker, "Managing Law Schools" and "The Uses of Empirical Research from a Law School Perspective," Meeting for Deans and Law Professors from Afghanistan law schools under the auspices of a State Department Grant, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
PROFESSOR SUNG HUI KIM

  • The Banality of Fraud: Re-Situating the Inside Counsel as Gatekeeper, 74 FORDHAM LAW REVIEW 983 (2005)
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER

  • Speaker, "Sending Central Hudson Down the River: What Abandoning the 'Commercial Speech' Test Would Mean for Advertising and Right of Publicity Law," Los Angeles Copyright Society meeting, Santa Monica
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER

  • Speaker, "Brownfield Redevelopment in the United States and Some Lessons from Europe," What Kind of Metropolitan Areas Do We Want: Challenges, Promises and Pitfalls in Redevelopment, Georgia State Law School, Atlanta, Georgia
  • City Life in the Age of High Technology, 37 URBAN LAWYER 893 (2005)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • Use of Loan-Out Corporations in the Entertainment Industry, ANDREWS ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY LITIGATION REPORTER (with Southwestern student Z. Hamzeh; January 11, 2006)
  • Keynote Speaker, "The Demise of Record Companies?" 2006 Music Law Conference, University of Florida, Levin College of Law, Gainesville, Florida
  • Lecturer, Nuts and Bolts of Intellectual Property Law, Continuing Education of the Bar, Los Angeles, San Diego and Anaheim
  • Panel Moderator, "To Clear or Not to Clear: Product Uses in Film and Television," Brave New World: Representing Clients in an Evolving and Regulated Environment, Biederman Institute and the Media Law Resource Center

PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY

  • Interviewed regarding the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings into a secret spying program by the NSA and the Federal indictment and entry of not guilty pleas of three Ohio men in alleged terrorist plot against U.S. soldiers in Iraq, "Dateline Washington," Radio America
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL

  • Presenter and Co-chair, "'LexisNexis' Copyright - From Traditional Concepts to the Digital Age," Pace University, New York City
  • Speaker, "Entertainment Law Year in Review," Intellectual Property & Entertainment Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles
  • Invited Speaker, "Entertainment, Technology and the Academy's Role in IP Policy-Making," Annual Thomas McCarthy Distinguished Scholar Lecture, McCarthy Institute for Intellectual Property and Technology Law, University of San Francisco School of Law
  • Speaker, "The Global Copyright Protection System," 2005 Entertainment Law Institute, Texas State Bar CLE, Austin, Texas
  • Panel Moderator, "Repatriating Royalties From Abroad," Entertainment Without Borders: Practicing Law in a Global Environment, Biederman Institute and Beverly Hills Bar Association
  • Panelist, "Copyright and Idea Protection for Filmmakers," Film and Media Business Seminar, California Lawyers for the Arts, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR BYRON STIER

  • Resolving the Class Action Crisis: Mass Tort Litigation as Network, 2005 UTAH LAW REVIEW 863 (2005)
DEAN EMERITUS LEIGH TAYLOR

  • Appointed, Board of Trustees, Charlotte School of Law
  • Participant, Past President's Meeting, LSAC, Naples, Florida

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV

  • Mentioned in REMEMBERING THE MONTREAL EXPOS (D. Gallagher and B. Young; Scoop Press, 2005)
  • Quoted in "Two Raider Candidates Back Out of Couch Hunt," Los Angeles Times
  • Legal Analyst, KCAL9 News

 

MARCH/APRIL 2006

ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON

  • Quoted regarding an interest arbitration between police officers' union and the city of Las Vegas, Las Vegas Review Journal
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER

  • Plenary Speaker, "And the Survey Says ... The Status of Externships in ABA Law Schools," G.L.A.C.E. Externship Conference, Southwestern
  • Quoted, as principle drafter of ABA Curriculum study, on the rise of joint degree and post law degree programs, PreLaw Magazine (Winter/Spring 2006)
PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN

  • "Re-imagining Legal Education: Popular Representations of the American Law Professor, 1970-1980," Law, Culture and Humanities Conference, Syracuse
  • Book Review, OBJECTION! HOW HIGH-PRICED DEFENSE ATTORNEYS, CELEBRITY DEFENDANTS, AND A 24/7 MEDIA HAVE HIJACKED OUR CRIMINAL DEFENSE SYSTEM (N. Grace and D. Clehane; Hyperion, 2005), 36 TELEVISION QUARTERLY 75 (2005)
PROFESSOR JAMES FISCHER

  • Chair, AALS Remedies Section
  • Member, Board of Trustees, North Los Angeles County Regional Center
PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST

  • "Context, Organization and Style in Administrative Law Decisions" in NJC DESKBOOK ON EVIDENCE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES (National Judicial College Press, 2006)
PROFESSOR WARREN GRIMES

  • THE LAW OF ANTITRUST: AN INTEGRATED HANDBOOK, 2nd ed. (with L. Sullivan; Thomson West, 2006)
PROFESSOR SUNG HUI KIM

  • Panelist, "Perspectives on Affirmative Action," 2006 Southern California Asian-Pacific-American Law Student Association Conference, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER

  • Quoted regarding entertainment law curricula, The National Jurist (February 2006)
  • Interviewed (along with Adjunct Professor Gary Bostwick and others) regarding "Sunshine Week: Access to (or lack of) Information - Why public information is being kept secret," "The Lawyer's Guild," KPFK
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER

  • Car-Free Housing Developments: Towards Sustainable Smart Growth and Urban Regeneration Through Car-Free Zoning, Car-Free Redevelopment, Pedestrian Improvement Districts, and New Urbanism, 23 UCLA JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY 1 (2005)
  • New Urbanism: Urban Development and Ethnic Integration in Europe and the United States, 5 UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND LAW JOURNAL OF RACE, RELIGION, GENDER & CLASS 27 (2005)
  • Book Review, BUDAPEST, ISTANBUL & WARSAW: INSTITUTIONAL AND SPATIAL CHANGE (Tuna Tasan-Kok; Eburon Academic Publishers, 2004), 20 JOURNAL OF HOUSING & THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT 201 (Springer Netherlands, 2005)
  • Speaker, "New Urbanism in Europe," Futurewise and Seattle University's Environmental Law Society, Seattle University
  • Judge, National Moot Court Competition, Hispanic National Bar Association, Seattle Superior Court

PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • Quoted regarding entertainment law curricula, The National Jurist (February 2006)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ

 

  • Interviewed regarding the potential for lawsuits against the U.S. by the Dubai port management company, Bloomberg Press
PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH

  • Fading Territoriality and the Development of Group Rights, AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW (Symposium Issue; Winter 2007)
  • Storm in a Teacup: The U.S. Supreme Court's Use of Foreign Law, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW (forthcoming)
  • Panelist, "Exploring Territoriality: Lessons from the Latest Trail Smelter Dispute," UCLA Law School
  • Panelist, "Fading Territoriality and the Development of Group Rights," Indigenous Peoples and International Law: Lands, Liberties and Legacies - 4th Annual Idaho International Law Symposium, University of Idaho
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY

  • Interviewed regarding Supreme Court's 8-0 upholding of the rights of the military to recruit on college campuses; the Supreme Court's ruling in Georgia v. Randolph reL warrantless searches; and various elements of the Moussaoui 9/11 terrorist conspiracy trial, "Dateline Washington," ABC Radio Network and Radio America Network
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER

  • Panelist, "Gender-Related Issues in a Post-Booker Federal Guidelines World," Sentencing Practices Post-Booker, McGeorge Law Review Symposium, University of the Pacific, Sacramento
  • Analyst, Philippine Rules of Evidence, ABA Asia Project (for the Philippines Supreme Court)
PROFESSOR ANGELA RILEY

  • Sovereignty and Illiberalism, CALIFORNIA LAW REVIEW (forthcoming)
PROFESSOR IRA SHAFIROFF

  • INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE PRACTICE & PROCEDURE DESKBOOK, 3rd ed. - Release no. 15 (Practicing Law Institute, February 2006)
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL

  • Speaker, "Entertainment, Technology and the Future of Copyright," Los Angeles Copyright Society
PROFESSOR J. KELLY STRADER

  • "Civil and Criminal Forfeitures" in WHITE COLLAR CRIME: BUSINESS AND REGULATORY OFFENSES (O. Obermaier and R. Morvillo, eds.; with D. Parker; ALM Books, 2006)
PROFESSOR LAWRENCE SULLIVAN

  • THE LAW OF ANTITRUST: AN INTEGRATED HANDBOOK, 2nd ed. (with W. Grimes; Thomson West, 2006)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR GARY BOSTWICK

  • Interviewed (along with Professor David Kohler and others) regarding "Sunshine Week: Access to (or lack of) Information - Why public information is being kept secret," "The Lawyer's Guild," KPFK
PROFESSOR MARK HOOSE

  • The Conservative Case for Progressive Taxation, 40 NEW ENGLAND LAW REVIEW 69 (2005)
PROFESSOR DAVID OSTROVE

  • Guest Lecturer and Advisor, International Business Law Program, Catedra Garrigues - University of Navarra School of Law, Spain

 

MAY 2006

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY

  • "Federalism and CERCLA: Re-Thinking the Role of Federal Law in Private Cleanup Cost Disputes," 33 ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY 1 (2006)
  • Elected, Executive Committee, AALS Litigation Section
  • Re-elected, Executive Committee, AALS Alternative Dispute Resolution Section

PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN

  • Instructor with Professor Michael Frost, Logic and Opinion Writing Seminar, National Judicial College, University of Nevada, Reno

PROFESSOR ALAN CALNAN

  • In Defense of the Liberal Justice Theory of Torts: A Reply to Professors Goldberg and Zipursky, 1 NYU JOURNAL OF LAW & LIBERTY 1022 (2006)

MARK CAMMACK

  • ADVANCED CRIMINAL PROCEDURE IN A NUTSHELL, 2nd ed. (West, 2006) (with N. Garland)

ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON

  • Annual Supplement, LABOR MANAGEMENT RELATIONS: STRIKES, LOCKOUTS, AND BOYCOTTS, 2nd ed. (with D. Ray & W. Corbett; Thomson West Publishing, 2006)
  • All Over But the Shouting? Some Thoughts on Amending the Wagner Act by Adjudication Rather Than Retirement, 26 BERKELEY JOURNAL OF EMPLOYMENT & LABOR LAW 275 (2005)
  • At Age Seventy, Should the National Labor Relations Act Be Retired: Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Meeting, Association of American Law Schools Section on Labor Relations and Employment Law, 9 EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICY JOURNAL 121 (Panel Discussion; 2005)
  • Member, Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Judgeship Merit Screening Committee, Central District of California
  • Co-Chair, Sixteenth Annual Scholarship & Awards Gala, Mexican American Bar Foundation
  • Speaker, "Rugged Individualism or Collective Bargaining:  The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Repealing the National Labor Relations Act," Subcommittee on Practice & Procedure Under the NLRA, ABA Midwinter Meeting, Palm Desert, California
  • Speaker, "The Road to Representation Under the NLRA," 44th Annual Short Course on Labor Law & Labor Arbitration, Plano, Texas
  • Quoted in "DHS Mayor Facing Foreclosure," The Desert Sun

PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER

  • Participant, Accreditation Committee, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, Illinois

PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN

  • Broadcast Technology as Diversity Opportunity: Exchanging Market Power for Multiplexed Signal Set-Asides, 59 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS LAW JOURNAL (2006)
  • Presenter, Comparative Telecommunications Law and Policy Conference, Cambridge University

PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST

  • Instructor with Professor Paul Bateman, Logic and Opinion Writing Seminar, National Judicial College, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Honored by the National Judicial College for 15 years of service

NORMAN M. GARLAND

  • ADVANCED CRIMINAL PROCEDURE IN A NUTSHELL, 2nd ed. (West, 2006) (with M. Cammack)

DEAN BRYANT GARTH

  • Introductory speech, Externships3: Learning From Practice National Conference, Greater Los Angeles Consortium on Externships (GLACE), Los Angeles
  • Speaker, "Law, Lawyers, and Empire: From the Foreign Policy Establishment to Technical Legal Hegemony," Center for the Study of Law and Society, University of California, Berkeley
  • Speaker, "Building and Revamping Legal Virtue: Legal and Colonial Strategies in the Construction of Asian States," Center for the Study of Law and Society and the Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley
  • Panelist, "Legacies of Interaction: The Latin American Laboratory," In the Name of Democracy: U.S. Electoral Intervention in the Americas, Yale University
  • Speaker, Program in International Legal Studies, Stanford University

PROFESSOR ANAHID GHARAKHANIAN

  • Co-organizer with Dean Doreen Heyer and Professor Barbara Blanco of Loyola Law School; and presenter, "Online 'Guided Reflections' - An Innovative and Effective Way to Satisfy New Standard 305(e)(7)" and "Setting Up and Administering an Online System for the Academic Component of an Externship Program," Externships3: Learning From Practice National Conference, Greater Los Angeles Consortium on Externships (GLACE), Los Angeles

PROFESSOR PAUL HORWITZ

  • "Or of the [Blog]", 11 NEXUS - A JOURNAL OF OPINION (2006)
  • Panelist, "The Blogosphere and the Law," Chapman Law School
  • Speaker, "Religious Tests in the Mirror," Federalist Society, Pepperdine Law School

PROFESSOR SUNG HUI KIM

  • Featured, "SCAPALSA 2006: Affirmative Action Revisited," KoreAm Journal

PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • COPYRIGHT LAW, 3rd edition (Carolina Academic Press, 2006)
  • TRADEMARK LAW, 3rd edition (Carolina Academic Press, 2006)
  • Panelist, "The Legal Battle Lines Surrounding Digital Libraries," It's a Wrap: Cutting Edge Issues in Entertainment Litigation, Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles, Los Angeles

PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ

  • A LAWYER'S HANDBOOK FOR ENFORCING FOREIGN JUDGMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND ABROAD (Cambridge University Press, 2006)
  • Organizer and Moderator, Sixth Annual Dean-Practitioner Roundtable on Educating and Training Transnational Lawyers, ABA Section of International Law Spring Meeting, New York
  • Organizer, "International Mediation: Who's Doing What, Where and How?" ABA Section of Dispute Resolution, Atlanta, Georgia
  • Delegation Leader, Discussion of prospects for mutual recognition agreements in the area of legal services, Meeting of U.S. legal organization leaders with leaders of the Australian Government and its National Law Council, Washington,  D.C.
  • Invited Participant, Meetings with U.N. and U.S. Mission officials, Annual ABA Day at the United Nations, New York
  • Meeting Chair, Transnational Legal Practice Committee, New York
  • Meeting Participant, State Department's Advisory Committee on International Law, Washington, D.C.
  • Participant, Annual Dinner for U.S. Government Agency Generals Counsel, Washington, D.C.
  • Participant, Recognition Luncheon of Former Section Chairs, ABA Section of International Law, Washington, D.C.
  • Interviewed regarding an International Code of Ethics for Lawyers, ABA Journal

PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY

  • Interviewed regarding the Moussaoui trial death penalty phase, jury verdict and life sentence and other issues, Air America Radio Network and Radio America Network
  • Quoted regarding severed death penalty trials for two defendants tried together for capital murder, Riverside Press Enterprise

PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER

  • ACHIEVING JUSTICE: FREEING THE INNOCENT, CONVICTING THE GUILTY (with P. Giannelli; American Bar Association, 2006; the book and accompanying outreach efforts were unanimously nominated by the Criminal Justice Section for the ABA Section Officer's Conference Meritorious Service Award)
  • Instructor, Criminal Evidence, National Judicial College, Reno, Nevada
  • Presenter, Resolution concerning post conviction sentencing relief for women whose conviction or sentence did not reflect the role that battering played in their criminal offense, ABA Criminal Justice Council, Napa, California
  • Meeting Participant, Criminal Justice Section's Magazine Board, Washington, D.C.
  • Meeting Participant, Discussion about Female Offenders with Officers of the National Association of Women Judges and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Washington, D.C.
  • Quoted in "Court Ruling May Remove Some of the Drama From Massachusetts Criminal Trials," New York Times
  • Interviewed regarding the Confrontation Clause issues in Domestic Violence cases currently before the U.S. Supreme Court, "AirTalk," KPCC

PROFESSOR ANGELA RILEY

  • Invited Speaker, Indigenous Law and Policy Center Symposium, Michigan State Law School
  • Presenter, Indian Law Speaker's Series, North Dakota Law School 

PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT

  • SCOTT ON OUTSOURCING LAW AND PRACTICE (Aspen Publishers, 2006)
  • Annual Supplement, SCOTT ON MULTIMEDIA LAW, 2nd ed. (Aspen Publishers, 2006)
  • Co-chair, 2006 Distinguished Speaker Series on Technology Innovation and Commercialization Law, Southwestern

PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER

  • Presenter, Marketplace Anarchy or Corporate-Socialism? Association of Private Enterprise Education, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Conference Participant, International Association of Holistic Lawyers, Monterey, California

PROFESSOR BYRON STIER

  • Phenylpropanolamine and Hemorrhagic Stroke in the Hemorrhagic Stroke Project: A Reappraisal in the Context of Science, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Law, 16 ANNALS EPIDEMIOLOGY 49 (2006) (with C. Hennekens)

DEAN EMERITUS LEIGH TAYLOR

  • Appointed, Visiting Professor, University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law, London, Ontario, Canada
  • Chair, ABA/AALS Site Evaluation Team, Touro College - Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, Huntington, New York
  • Meeting Participant, LSAC Investment Policy Oversight Group, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Meeting Participant as Chair, Board of Trustees, NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education, Chicago, Illinois
  • Meeting Participant, Board of Trustees, Charlotte Law School, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Meeting Participant, Board of Governors, Queen Margaret's School, Duncan, British Columbia, Canada
  • Retreat Participant, Board of Governors, Queen Margaret's School, Parkville, British Columbia, Canada


PROFESSOR LINDA WHISMAN

  • Member, ABA Site Evaluation Team, Albany Law School

PROFESSOR KEN WILLIAMS

  • Does the ICJ's Decision in Avena Mean Anything to Mexicans on Death Row, CATHOLIC LAW REVIEW (forthcoming)

PROFESSOR DENNIS YOKOYAMA

  • Vice President, Japanese American Bar Association of Greater Los Angeles

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JACK LIPTON

  • Presenter, "Legal Issues for California Psychologists," California Psychological Association's Annual Convention, San Francisco, California
  • Presenter, "Negotiating and Drafting Administrator Contracts," California Community College Trustees' Annual Convention, La Jolla, California

PROFESSOR DARRELL MAVIS

  • Chair, Criminal Law Section, California State Bar
  • Speaker, "Direct and Cross-examination of Witnesses," First Annual Trial Skills Seminar for the Criminal and Civil Practitioner, California State Bar Criminal Law Section

PROFESSOR BIANCA PUTTERS

  • ONE TOOL IN THE TOOLBOX: USE OF NON-FINANCIAL INCENTIVES FOR PRESERVATION (Habiforum, The Netherlands, forthcoming)
  • Invited Meeting Participant, Transferable Development Rights and the Preservation of Historic Buildings and Environmentally-Sensitive Areas, Portland City Planners, Portland, Oregon
  • Meeting Participant, the Rehabilitation of "The Old Mint" and methods of financing/incentives available to the city, San Francisco Planners and Activists, San Francisco, California

PROFESSOR ED WOLKOWITZ

  • Vice Chairman, Culver City Charter Review Committee-Charter adopted in general election, April 2006

SENIOR STAFF

ASSISTANT DEAN DOREEN HEYER

  • Co-organizer with Professor Anahid Gharakhanian and Professor Barbara Blanco of Loyola Law School, Externships3: Learning From Practice National Conference, Greater Los Angeles Consortium on Externships (GLACE), Los Angeles

ASSISTANT DEAN/GENERAL COUNSEL PAT PYLE

  • Member, ABA Site Evaluation Team, Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts

 

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