Southwestern Law School Los Angeles, CA
 

2006-2007

FACULTY ACTIVITIES

August 2006
September 2006 October 2006 Nov/Dec 2006
January 2007
February/March 2007 April 2007
May 2007

AUGUST 2006

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Rethinking the Role of Federal Law in Private Cleanup Cost Disputes, 33 ECOLOGY LAW QUARTERLY 1 (2006)
PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN
  • Lecturer (with PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST), Judicial Opinion Writing Seminar, National Judicial College, University of Nevada, Reno
  • Speaker, Understanding Academic Support, LSAC Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (with J. Harvest Koren, Miami Law School)
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • The Constitutionality of Strict Liability in Sex Offender Registration Laws, 86 BOSTON UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 295 (2006)
PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST
  • Lecturer (with Professor Paul Bateman), Judicial Opinion Writing Seminar, National Judicial College, University of Nevada, Reno
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • Keynote Speaker, Underdog Legal Knowledge and Globalization, Australasian Law Teachers Association Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia
  • Speaker, Dealing with Increased Mobility and Globalization in Law, Australian Legal Education Forum, Melbourne, Australia
  • Quoted in "The Minority Partner Paradox: Law Professor Claims Lower Hiring Standards Lead to Exodus of African-Americans at Law Firms," ABA Journal eReport
  • Quoted in "Defending Skilling May Pay Dividends for Law Firm" and "Enron Ruling Should Prompt Settlements in Civil Suits," Los Angeles Times (May 2006)
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • At the Intersection of Comic Books and Third World Working Conditions: Is It Time to Re-Examine the Role of Commercial Interests in the Regulation of Expression? 28 HASTINGS COMMUNICATIONS AND ENTERTAINMENT LAW JOURNAL 145 (2006)
  • "Beware: Attorney-Client Privilege May Be at Risk," "Challenge to Military Recruiters Raises Key First Amendment Issue," "Going Postal with Free Speech," "Its Own Worst Enemy" and "'Zero Tolerance' Restricts Free Speech: Some educators are curbing students' First Amendment rights as if Columbine is lurking around every corner," Commentary Series, Fulton County Daily Report (American Lawyer Media, 2005/2006)
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER
  • Quoted in "L.A. Plans to Petition Ruling That Banned City’s Homeless Ordinance," Copley News Service (May 2006)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND
  • Quoted in "A coverup? Not so fast," Los Angeles Times (June 2006) (on the moral rights of mural artists)
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, 12 TEXAS WESLEYAN LAW REVIEW 251 (2005)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Selected, International Trade and Financing, Los Angeles Area Best Lawyers Special Section, Los Angeles Times’ West Magazine (forthcoming)
PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH
  • Expert witness, California Civil Procedure, case pending in the British Columbia courts involving the collection of a California judgment in Canada
  • Quoted in "Native Tribe Allowed to Sue Teck Cominco," "Teck Cominco to Pay $20 Million U.S. for Study of Pollution of Columbia River" and "Teck Cominco to Ask U.S. Appeals Court to Rehear Lawsuit 'En Banc,'" Canadian Business, Canadian Press and Resource Investor
  • Quoted in "United States Court Ruling Will Have Ripple Effect in Canada, U.S.," Canadian Press, Edmonton Journal, Montreal Gazette and Vancouver Province
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Quoted in "It's a Kite. It's a Model Airplane. It's ... the sheriff!" Christian Science Monitor
  • Quoted in "'Vultures': Compassion Trumped By Technology; Cell Photos of Death A Macabre New Twist; Mob Mentality Not Unusual, Experts Say," The Press Enterprise
  • Interviewed regarding the legal and political fallout from the FBI’s search and seizure of evidence from the House office of Representative William Jefferson; U.S. Supreme Court case, Garcetti v. Ceballos, denying First Amendment protection to government employees who file “whistleblower” memorandums as part of their employment capacity; and other topics, ABC Radio News Network, Air America Radio Network, Dateline Washington and KAHL-AM (San Antonio, TX)
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • Appointed, ABA Youth at Risk Commission
  • Panelist, "Innocence Issues," Annual Review of Supreme Court Decisions-Criminal Cases, Annual ABA Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Presentations, Board of Directors, National Conference of Bar Executives and Criminal Justice Section Council, ABA Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii
PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER
  • Can the State Survive in a Horizontal World? International Society for Individual Liberty, Prague, Czech Republic

PROFESSOR KENNETH WILLIAMS

  • Does the ICJ’s Decision in Avena Mean Anything to Mexicans on Death Row? 55 CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 351 (2006)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV
  • Legal Analyst, CBS Channel 2 News
PROFESSOR JACK LIPTON
  • Acknowledgment, REUTTER'S THE LAW OF PUBLIC EDUCATION, 6th ed.(C. Russo; Thomson West/Foundation Press, 2006)
PROFESSOR DARRELL MAVIS
  • Appointed, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge
PROFESSOR DAVID OSTROVE
  • PREPARING ACCOUNTINGS AND REPORTS FOR TRUSTS AND ESTATES (California CPA Society, 2006)
  • Lecturer, Preparing Accountings and Reports for Trusts and Estates, as four all-day seminars to California CPAs, Trustees, Bankers and Lawyers in California

SENIOR

ASSISTANT DEAN GARY GREENER
  • Appointed, Vice Chair, 2007 NALP Conference Committee
DAVID MCFADDEN
  • Elected, Vice President, California Supreme Historical Society
  • Moderator, Trading Spaces: International Law Library Exchanges and Visits, American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting and Conference, St. Louis, Missouri

 

SEPTEMBER 2006

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Appointed, Executive Committee, LACBA Environmental Law Section
PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN
  • Quoted in "Win the Game of Law School," The National Jurist (September 2006)
PROFESSOR ALAN CALNAN
  • Quoted in "DUI 'Conspiracy' Charged: Civil Suit Claims Defendants Helped Put an Alcoholic on the Road," ABA Journal eReport
PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK
  • Changing Indonesia's Constitution: A Review Essay 81 INDONESIA 151 (2006)
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • Participant, Accreditation Committee, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Presenter, The Chairs' Workshop on Site Evaluations, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, Illinois
PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN
  • Eyes Off the Prize: Copyright Clearance and the Disappearance of One of Television's Cultural Treasures, 36:3 TELEVISION QUARTERLY 12 (2006)
  • Presenter, Standards of Review of Administrative Decision Making and the Role of Deference in U.S. Telecommunications Law and Policy, U.K. Administrative Law Bar Association Conference, St. John's College of Cambridge University
PROFESSOR JAMES FISCHER
  • External Control Over the American Bar, 19 GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF LEGAL ETHICS 59 (Winter 2006)
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • Lecture "Rebuilding International Law after the 9/11 Assault," Induction Ceremony of Gregory Shaffer, Wing-Tat Lee Chair in International and Comparative Law, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
PROFESSOR WARREN GRIMES
  • Mentioned as one of nine antitrust scholars in an article about the proposed Wright Amendment compromise, arguing the deal is bad for competition and consumers, Fort Worth Star-Telegram (August 2006)
PROFESSOR PAUL HORWITZ
  • Or of the [Blog], 11 NEXUS: A JOURNAL OF OPINION 45 (2006)
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • "The White House's 'nuclear option'" Commentary Series, Fulton County Daily Report (American Lawyer Media, August 2006)
  • Quoted in "Even Burning Man Must Exist Within the Legal Matrix," Los Angeles Daily Journal
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER
  • HEALTHY CITIES - THE INTERSECTION OF URBAN PLANNING, LAW AND HEALTH (Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Appointed, Chairperson, ABA GATS Task Force
  • Re-Elected, Board of Directors, Dispute Resolution Services
  • Elected, Member, Chancery Club (composed of "distinguished lawyers who are active in professional, civic and philanthropic activities")
  • Lecturer, NAFTA and Dispute Resolution, NAFTA Summer Law Program, California Western School of Law, San Diego
  • Presentation, U.S. International Dispute Resolution Development, 2005-2006, NAFTA 2022 Advisory Committee Meeting, Moriela (as Chair of the Legal Issues Subcommittee)
  • Organizer, "Asian Summit for Bar Leaders on Legal Services;" Organizer, "European Summit for Bar Leaders on Legal Services;" Participant, ABA-Africa Legal Initiatives Council Meeting; Participant, American Bar Foundation Fellows' Advisory Research Committee Meeting; and Participant as Council Member, Section of International Law Meeting, ABA Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii
PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH
  • Changing Territoriality, Fading Sovereignty, and the Development of Indigenous Rights, AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW (forthcoming)
  • Quoted in "Unwanted: A Global Pollution Policeman," Financial Times USA
  • Interviewed regarding Proposition 64 and Changes to California's Unfair Competition Law in the context of an animal rights lawsuit, NBC4-TV News
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Interviewed about the potential implications and ramifications of a U.S. District Court's (Eastern District of Michigan) ruling that the Executive Branch's Terrorist Surveillance Program is unconstitutional and illegal, "Air Talk, KPCC and "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • EVIDENCE, CASES, MATERIALS AND PROBLEMS, 3rd ed. (Matthew Bender Publishing, 2005)
  • Advisory Board Member, California Forensic Science Institute
  • Board Member, Center for Children of Incarcerated Parents
  • Meeting Participant, ABA Commission on Youth at Risk, Washington, D.C.
  • Quoted in "Doubt and DNA," ABA Journal
PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER
  • Panelist, "Authority and Autonomy in the Family," Resources for Independent Thinking, Association of Libertarian Feminists, and Civil Society Institute, Santa Clara University
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL
  • Appointed Chair-Elect, ABA Forum Committee on the Entertainment & Sports Industries (appointed to a two-year term)
  • Interviewed for story about intellectual property in light of Fred Goldman's recently filed lawsuit for control of O.J. Simpson's publicity rights, NBC4-TV News
PROFESSOR BYRON STIER
  • Named Editor, Mass Tort Litigation Blog, Law Professor Blogs Network (lawprofessorblogs.com)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV
  • Organizer and Presenter, Dinner for former Gov. Jerry Brown (candidate for Attorney General)
  • Acknowledgment for "Littles in the Law" Program, Contributor Commemorative Book, Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization
PROFESSOR JOSHUA WATTLES
  • Quoted in "Universal May Get Publishing Unit of BMG," Los Angeles Times

 

OCTOBER 2006

ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
  • Panel Moderator, "Immigration, Identity, and the Potential for Social Change," 11th Annual Latino/a Critical Legal Studies Conference (LatCrit XI), UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Las Vegas
  • Interviewed regarding the National Labor Relations Board's decision clarifying who is a "supervisor" and therefore ineligible for union representation, "Air Talk With Larry Mantle," KPCC
PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK
  • Presenter, "Legal Aspects of Muslim non-Muslim Marriage in Indonesia," Conference on Muslim non-Muslim Marriage, Rights and the State in Southeast Asia, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • Participant, Joint Retreat, Council and Accreditation Committee, Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the ABA, Chicago, Illinois
  • Participant, Accreditation Committee Meeting, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, San Diego, California
ASSOCIATE DEAN MICHAEL DORFF
  • The Group Dynamics Theory of Executive Compensation, CARDOZO LAW REVIEW (forthcoming)
PROFESSOR JAMES FISCHER
  • UNDERSTANDING REMEDIES, 2nd ed. (Matthew Bender Publishing, 2006)
  • Speaker, Client Trust Accounts, California State Bar Annual Meeting, Monterey, California
PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST
  • With Amici Like These: Cicero, Quintilian and the Importance of Stylistic Demeanor, 3 JOURNAL OF THE ASSOCIATION OF LEGAL WRITING DIRECTORS 5 (2006)
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • The Legal Construction of a Politics of Notables: The Double Game of the Patricians of the Indian Bar in the Market of Civic Virtue, 29 RETFÆRD. NORDIC LEGAL JOURNAL 42 (with Y. Dezalay; 2006)
  • Opening Remarks and Panelist, "The Changing Historical Role of Urban Law Schools," After the J.D. Project and Urban Legal Careers, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
  • Featured in "Study Takes Nuanced Look at Three Years Into a Law Career," Los Angeles Daily Journal
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • Panelist, "The Next Big Thing: Hot Issues for 2007 and Beyond," Protecting the First Amendment in Challenging Times, Media Law Resource Center/National Association of Broadcasters/Newspaper Association of America Conference, Alexandria, Virginia
  • Featured in "Take 2: How Former CNN CG David Kohler and Others Redirected Their Careers," GC South
  • "Flag Burning Debate a Waste of Time," "Andrew Young's Speech Lesson," "Free Speech Put to the Test," Commentary Series, Fulton County Daily Report (American Lawyer Media, 2006)
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER
  • SUBDIVISION LAW AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT, Vol. 1, 2nd edition (Thomson West, 2006)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • As Chair of the ABA Task Force on GATS Legal Services Negotiations, conducted meeting with the U.S. Ambassador to Australia Robert McCallum and others regarding mutual legal profession recognition agreements; Deputy Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Services Christopher Melly, Department of Commerce Director of the Office of Service Industries David Long, and Coalition of Service Industries President Robert Vastine to discuss ongoing bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations on legal services, Washington D.C.
  • Speaker, MJP: The Usual Suspects, California State Bar Annual Meeting, Monterey, California
  • Presenter, Transnational Law Practice Issues:  National and International Perspectives and Recent Case Developments in the United States Affecting U.S.-Mexico Legal Practice, U.S.-Mexico Law Institute, St. Augustine, Florida
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Interviewed regarding the elimination of the right of habeas corpus for enemy combatant detainees from the Military Commissions Act of 2006, ABC Radio Network
  • Interviewed concerning the Military Commissions Act of 2006 and other major cases on Supreme Court's fall term docket, KAHL (San Antonio, TX)
  • Interviewed regarding Adam Gadahn's indictment for treason by the U.S. Justice Department, "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • Speaker, Crawford and Beyond: Revisited in Dialogue, Brooklyn Law School (comments from the meeting will be published in the symposium issue of JOURNAL OF LAW AND POLICY (February 2007))
  • Meeting Participant, DNA Awareness Program, California Forensic Science Institute, California State University, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR ANGELA RILEY
  • Indigenous Peoples and Emerging Protections for Traditional Knowledge in INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND INFORMATION WEALTH (P. Yu, ed.; Praeger Publishers, 2006)
  • Symposium: Tribal Sovereignty in a Post-9/11 World 82 NORTH DAKOTA LAW REVIEW (Fall 2006)
PROFESSOR IRA SHAFIROFF
  • INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE PRACTICE & PROCEDURE DESKBOOK, 3rd ed. - Release no. 16 (Practising Law Institute, February 2006)
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
  • UNDERSTANDING WHITE COLLAR CRIME, 2nd ed. (LexisNexis, 2006)
  • Participant, LSAC Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Issues Committee, Phoenix, Arizona

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV
  • Panelist, "All Star Legal Panel," California Attractions and Parks Association's Annual Conference, Anaheim, California
  • "Littles In Law Program," featured in LA Business Journal and Fox 11 TV spot

SENIOR STAFF

ASSISTANT DEAN GARY GREENER
  • Appointed, Equal Justice Works "e-Guide Advisory Group"

 

NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2006

ROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Speaker, "Cost Recovery in the Post-Aviall World," Environmental Law Symposium, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Los Angeles, California
ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
  • Commentator, "The First Motif: The Late 1960s and 1970s Desegregation and Community Mobilization - The Courts and the Questioning of Institutions," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN
  • Moderator, "The First Motif: The Late 1960s and 1970s Desegregation and Community Mobilization - The Courts and the Questioning of Institutions," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR JAMES FISCHER
  • Panelist, "Client Trust Accounts," California State Bar Annual Meeting, Monterey, California
  • Panelist, "Ethical Obligations of Retained Defense Counsel," Mealey's LexisNexis, Construction Defect Insurance Coverage, Las Vegas, Nevada
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • Grant recipient (with Y. Dezalay), from American Bar Foundation (Dean Garth is ABF Director Emeritus), for forthcoming 2007 conference and edited volume on Lawyers and the Construction of the Rule of Law: National and Transnational Processes
  • Commentator, "An Overview of Changes at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR ISABELLE GUNNING
  • Moderator, "An Overview of Changes at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR JANINE KIM
  • Commentator, "The Third Motif: Crime, Law Enforcement and Controlling the Police," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • Moderator, "The Second Motif: Hollywood and Technology," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER
  • Brownfield Redevelopment Strategies in the United States, 22 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 857 (2006)
  • Speaker, "The First Motif: The Late 1960s and 1970s Desegregation and Community Mobilization - The Courts and the Questioning of Institutions," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
  • Speaker, re: Proposition 90 and its impact on California, Urban Growth Seminar, USC School of Policy, Planning, and Development
PROFESSOR CHRISTINE LORILLARD
  • Speaker, "Incorporation of Lawyering Skills into the Spring Semester Appellate Advocacy Course", Pedagogy of Interviewing and Counseling Conference, University of California, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND
  • Commentator, "The Second Motif: Hollywood and Technology," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Moderator, Speaker, "Dean-Practitioner Roundtable on Educating Transnational Lawyers," Fall Meeting of the ABA Section of International Law, Miami, Florida
  • Speaker, "U.S. Multijurisdictional Practice," Sao Paulo Bar Association Meeting, Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Speaker, "MJP and Challenges to the Legal Profession," Annual Meeting of the Union Internationale des Avocats, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
PROFESSOR JONATHAN MILLER
  • Faculty Advisor/Coordinator, The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH
  • Moderator/Co-Chair, "Greening the 49th: Recent Developments in U.S./Canada Transboundary Pollution Disputes," Canadian Council on International Law Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  • Speaker, "Pakootas v. Teck Cominco: Liability for Transboundary Environmental Harm," Center for Global Law and Policy, Santa Clara University School of Law, Santa Clara, California
  • Quoted in "US Teck Cominco pollution ruling stands," Canadian Press (AP) (November 2006)
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • Domestic Violence in Federal Court: Abused Women as Victims, Survivors, and Offenders, 19 FEDERAL SENTENCING REPORTER (2006)
  • Commentator, "An Overview of Changes at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR GOWRI RAMACHANDRAN
  • Freedom of Dress: State and Private Regulation of Clothing, Hairstyle, Makeup, Tattoo, and Piercing Choices 66, MARYLAND LAW REVIEW (2006)
  • Presentation, "Freedom of Dress: State and Private Regulation of Clothing, Hairstyle, Makeup, Tattoo, and Piercing Choices," Makeup, Performance, Identity, and Discrimination Conference, Duke Law School, Durham, North Carolina
PROFESSOR ANGELA RILEY
  • Speaker, "Good (Native) Governance," Emerging Scholars Panel, Native American Alumni Celebration, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Speaker, "Tribal Sovereignty in a Post-9/11 World," The Pedagogy of American Indian Law, University of North Dakota Law School, Bismarck, North Dakota
PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT
  • Speaker, "The Web 2.0 and Other New Licensing Methods," IFCLA Conference on IT LAW - The Global Future, International Federation of Computer Law Association, Amsterdam, Holland
  • Panelist, "The Right of Privacy and the Government's Right To Know," Privacy Rights in the Internet Age, San Fernando Valley Bar Association, California State University at Northridge (CSUN)
  • Co-Chair, roundtable discussion, "Suing the Spooks: NSA Litigation and the Future of Privacy," Southwestern Law School and the State Bar of California IP Section, Computer Law Committee, Southwestern Law School
PROFESSOR KAREN SMITH
  • Speaker, "The Third Motif: Crime, Law Enforcement and Controlling the Police," The U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, 1966-2006: Text and Context, Southwestern University Law Review Symposium
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL
  • Chair-Elect, Forum Committee on the Entertainment & Sports Industries, ABA
  • Introduction and Moderator, "Rights Deals," Legal and Business Issues in the Video game Industry, conference co-sponsored by Southwestern and Loyola law schools, Loyola Law School
  • Speaker, Lexis-Mealey's Conference on Copyright - From Traditional Concepts to the Digital Age, San Francisco, California
  • Panelist, "Recent Developments in Copyright Law," California State Bar Intellectual Property Section Conference, Santa Barbara, California
PROFESSOR KENNETH WILLIAMS
  • Quoted in "Lawyer's writs come up short," The Austin American-Statesman (October 2006)

 

JANUARY 2007

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY

  • Reappointed, Executive Committee, Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution, AALS

PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN

  • Participant, Wingspread Conference, Annual Meeting of the State Bar, Monterey, California
  • Quoted in "Get Ready for Law School Exams," The National Jurist

PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK

  • Speaker, "Islamic Law in the Constitutions of Muslim States," Section on Islamic Law, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN

  • Panelist, "Proposals for Reform," Reclaiming the First Amendment: Constitutional Theories of the Media Reform, Hofstra Law School, Hempstead, New York

DEAN BRYANT GARTH

  • Speaker, "Everything We Wish We Knew About the World of Legal Education: An Agenda for Research," Committee on Research Program, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.
  • Quoted in article about LSSSE study results, U.S. States News

PROFESSOR WARREN GRIMES

  • Provided Expert Testimony, Hearings on Single Firm Conduct under Section 2 of Sherman Act, Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission

PROFESSOR DANIELLE HART

  • Elected, Chair, Section on Gender Identity Issues, AALS

PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER

  • El Nuevo Urbanismo: Urbanismo e Integración de la Inmigración Étnica en Europa y Los Estados Unidos in DERECHO URBANÍSTICO, VIVIENDA Y COHESIÓN SOCIAL Y TERRITORIAL (Juli Ponce ed; Editorial Marcial Pons, 2006)

PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND

  • ENTERTAINMENT LAW: LEGAL CONCEPTS AND BUSINESS PRACTICES, 3rd ed., vol. 1, (with P. Acton, T. Selz and M. Simensky; Thomas/West, 2006)

PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ

  • A LAWYER'S HANDBOOK FOR ENFORCING FOREIGN JUDGEMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND ABROAD (Cambridge University Press, 2007)
  • Elected to Executive Committee, Section of North American Cooperation, AALS

PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH

  • Speaker, "International Environmental Lawmaking Through Litigation: Ontario's Trans-boundary Pollution Problem," Section in North American Corporation, AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C. (with Professor Shi-Ling Hsu, University of British Columbia)
  • Speaker, "Mixed Blessings; The Great Lakes Compact and Agreement, the IJC, and International Dispute Resolution," 2nd Annual Conference on Trade and Investment in the Americas, Michigan University College of Law
  • Interviewed regarding new federal e-discovery rules, "Marketplace," NPR

PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY

  • Interviewed regarding Floriday Governor Jed Bush's death penalty moratorium pending procedural review, ABC Radio News Network
  • Interviewed regarding new law that took effect January 1, 2007, "Airtalk," KPCC
  • Interviewed regarding the 9th Circuit's vacating of "millennium bomber's " Ahmed Ressam's sentence and jury selection in trial of I. "Scooter" Libby on charges of perjury/obstruction of justice, Radio America Network (national)
  • Quoted in "2 men freed in L.A. girl's killing," Los Angeles Times

PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER

  • Book Review, "Is Justice Gendered" (regarding three books on women in the criminal justice system), Criminal Justice Magazine (Winter 2007)
  • Panelist, "Children and Evidence Law:Special Rules of Competence, Hearsay and Confrontation," Evidence Section, AALS Annual Meetin, Washington D.C. (to be published in a forthcoming issue of INDIANA LAW JOURNAL)
  • Participant, meeting regarding the status of women prisoners in the federal system, National Association of Women Judges, Women in Prisons Project and Director of the Bureau of Prisons

PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT

  • SCOTT ON OUTSOURCING: LAW AND PRACTICE (Aspen Publishers 2006)
  • SCOTT ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LAW, 3rd ed. (Aspen Publishers 2006)

PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER

  • Presentation, "Alternative Medicine Is Libertarian Medicine," LewRockwell.com Conference on Revisionist Health and Finances, Foster City, California
  • Interviewed regarding marriage and the state, "Charles Goyette Show, " KFNX (Phoenix)

PROFESSOR LON SOBEL

  • Quoted in "They're not in concert: Wolfgang's Vault site opens a Pandora's box of copyright issue over rock performances," San Fransisco Chronicle

DEAN EMERITUS LEIGH H. TAYLOR

  • Visiting Professor as part of a special international group of 12 legal experts and scholars, American Constitutional Law, University of Western Ontario
  • Elected, Board of Directors, Música Intima: Music Ensemble, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
  • Elected, Board of Directors, North Shore Community Resources, North Vancouver, B.C. Canada

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR DANIEL KOES

  • Quoted in "Mayor, L.A. Unified back in court to renew battle over school control," Los Angeles Times

PROFESSOR MARK JUHAS

  • Quoted in "Do It Yourself Divorce Doesn't Always Severe Tires," Los Angeles Times

 

FEBRUARY/MARCH 2007

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Back from the Margins: An Environmental Nuisance Paradigm for Private Cleanup Cost Disputes, 84 DENVER UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 395 (2006)
ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
  • Quoted in "Wal-Mart loses job bias appeal: The retailer must face a class-action suit on behalf of 1.5 million women, a panel rules," Los Angeles Times
PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK
  • Panelist, "Selected Adversarial Issues Concerning Relevance, Competence and Witness Statements," Rules of Evidence: FRE V. CEC, Southwestern
PROFESSOR SILVIA FAERMAN
  • Moderator, "Antitrust in Developing Countries," Antitrust and Intellectual Property in Global Context - A Symposium in Celebration of the Work of Lawrence A. Sullivan, Southwestern
PROFESSOR NORMAN GARLAND
  • Panelist, "Selected Adversarial Issues Concerning Relevance, Competence and Witness Statements," Rules of Evidence: FRE V. CEC, Southwestern
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • Introduction: Taking New Legal Realism to Transnational Issues and Institutions, 31 LAW AND SOCIAL INQUIRY 939 (2007)
  • From the Cold War to Kosovo: The Rise and Renewal of International Human Rights Law as a Socio-Legal Field, 2 ANNUAL REVIEW OF LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 231 (with Y. Dezalay; 2006)
  • Exporting and Importing Democracy and the Rule of Law: Understanding Colonial Processes and their Impacts, NACLA REPORT ON THE AMERICAS (January/February 2007)
  • Received designation and funding for 2007-09 by the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) as a "Projet International de Coopération Scientifique (PICS)" on the topic of "Juridicisation d'une gouvernance  mondialisée: Transferts internationaux d'expertises de gouvernement, mondialisation des normes juridiques et restructuration des champs nationaux du pouvoir d'Etat" (with Y. Dezalay)
  • Appointed Chair, AALS Committee on Research 2007-08
  • Panelist, "Subjective and Objective Assessments of Performance," ABA Mid-Year Meeting, Miami, Florida
PROFESSOR WARREN GRIMES
  • The Future of Distribution Restraints Law: Will the New Learning Take Hold? 2006 UTAH LAW REVIEW 829
  • Panelist, "Metered Tying and Intellectual Property," Antitrust and Intellectual Property in Global Context - A Symposium in Celebration of the Work of Lawrence A. Sullivan, Southwestern
PROFESSOR ISABELLE GUNNING
  • Moderator, "Hearsay," Rules of Evidence: FRE V. CEC, Southwestern
PROFESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • Panelist, "The First Amendment, Self Help and the Media," Reclaiming the First Amendment, Hofstra Law School, Hempstead, NY (article based on his talk will be published in the HOFSTRA LAW REVIEW in Spring 2007)
  • Speaker, "This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us-Or Is It? Copyright, the First Amendment and Google's Use of Other People's Video," Sixth Annual 'Hot Topics' in Intellectual Property Symposium, Duke University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina
  • Member, Nominating Committee, ABA's Forum on Communications Law
PROFESSOR HERBERT KRIMMEL
  • Quoted in "Surrogate relishes unique role; And science has a place in the family, too," USA Today
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER
  • Presenter, "Toward Healthy Cities: Law and Planning or Urban Planning Law When Oil Sells for 150 Euros per gallon," First Inaugural International Academic Forum on Planning, Law and Property Rights, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
PROFESSOR ROBERT LIND
  • Spring 2007 Update, ENTERTAINMENT LAW: LEGAL CONCEPTS AND BUSINESS PRACTICES, 2nd ed. (with P. Acton, T. Selz and M. Simensky; Thomson/West, 2006)
  • Closing Remarks, Antitrust and Intellectual Property in Global Context - A Symposium in Celebration of the Work of Lawrence A. Sullivan, Southwestern
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Moderator, "IP and Antitrust in the European Union," Antitrust and Intellectual Property in Global Context - A Symposium in Celebration of the Work of Lawrence A. Sullivan, Southwestern
PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH
  • Panelist, "Challenging the Equality Assumption: Jurisdiction Over Nonresident, Alien Defendants," International Law Weekend West, International Law Association, Santa Clara Law School, California
  • Presenter/Panelist: "Forum: Security & Prosperity Through Environmental-Business Cooperation," UCI Newkirk Center for Science and Society, University of California, Irvine
  • Presenter, "Sovereignty's Greater Threat: The Rise of Extraterritoriality and the Rejection of International Law," Brown Bag Workshop, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California
  • Interviewed regarding the litigation implications of Anna Nicole Smith's death and the various pending paternity claims, E-Online
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Quoted in "DA Sees Murder in Girlfriend's Fatal Leap," Los Angeles Daily Journal
  • Interviewed regarding the U.S. District Court of Appeals upholding provision of the Military Commissions Act (Lakhdar Boumediene v. George W. Bush) and the close of ‘Scooter' Libby trial, "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • Gender-Related Issues in a Post-Booker Federal Guidelines, 37 MCGEORGE LAW REVIEW 691 (2006)
  • Moderator, "State and Federal Evidence in Law Reform" and Panelist, "Comparing California and Federal Business and Official Records Hearsay Exceptions," Rules of Evidence: FRE V. CEC, Southwestern
  • Participant, ABA Youth at Risk Commission Meeting, Miami, Florida
  • Participant, California Gender Responsive Strategies Commission, Ventura Youth Correctional Facility, Ventura, California
PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT
  • Moderator, "Consumer Standing for Walker Process Litigation," Antitrust and Intellectual Property in Global Context - A Symposium in Celebration of the Work of Lawrence A. Sullivan, Southwestern
PROFESSOR IRA SHAFIROFF
  • CALIFORNIA WILLS AND TRUSTS: FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES, ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS, AND MORAL CONCERNS (Thomson/West, 2007)
PROFESSOR BYRON STIER
  • The Mass Tort Litigation Blog (editor), site selected for ongoing imaging and archive by the Library of Congress and for permanent link by the National Center for State Courts website
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
  • Presentation, "The KPMG Case - Compelled Self-Incrimination and Implications for White Collar Criminal Litigation," Miranda at 40: Implications in a Post-Enron, Post 9/11 World, Chapman University School of Law, Orange, California
  • Participant, LSAC's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Issues Subcommittee Meeting, San Diego, California
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL
  • Commentator, "IP and Antitrust in the European Union," Antitrust and Intellectual Property in Global Context - A Symposium in Celebration of the Work of Lawrence A. Sullivan, Southwestern
PROFESSOR LAWRENCE SULLIVAN
  • Panelist, "Metered Tying and Intellectual Property," Antitrust and Intellectual Property in Global Context - A Symposium in Celebration of the Work of Lawrence A. Sullivan, Southwestern

 

APRIL 2007

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Panelist, "Recent United States Supreme Court Environmental Law Cases," Spring 2007 Environmental Law Symposium, LACBA
PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN
  • Speaker, "Charting Student Study Efficiencies,"  Southern California Academic Support Workshop, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California
PROFESSOR ALAN CALNAN
  • Quoted in "A Dog's Life: What's it Worth?" Los Angeles Times; comments republished by Lawyers.com, Seattle Times (online edition) and Journaltimes.com
  • Interviewed regarding pet food poisoning and owners' tort claims in the eyes of the law, KPCC
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • Site Team Chair, Provisional Accreditation, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Faulkner University School of Law, Montgomery, Alabama
PROFESSOR MICHAEL EPSTEIN
  • "Broadcast Technology as Diversity Opportunity: Exchanging Market Power for Multiplexed Signal Set-Asides," 59 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS LAW JOURNAL 1 (December 2006)
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • "Lawyer Satisfaction in the Process of Structuring Legal Careers," 41 LAW AND SOCIETY REVIEW 1 (with R. Dinovitzer; 2007)
  • Chair, AALS Committee on Research Meeting, Washington, D.C.
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Author and Proposed Adoption, "Guidance Notes on Arbitrator Conduct;" Chair, Legal Issues Subcommittee Meeting; Presenter, "Current U.S. Developments in Arbitration;" and Participant, NAFTA Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Dispute Resolution (NAFTA Article 2022 Committee) Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Appointed, Joint Working Group on Legal Services, U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum
  • Chair, International Trade in Legal Services (ITILS) Task Force Meetings, ABA, Miami, Florida and Washington, D.C.
  • Speaker, "The Role of State Bars in the Regulation of Multijurisdictional Legal Practice," National Association of Bar Executives Annual Meeting, Miami, Florida
  • Organizer and Moderator, "Use of International and Foreign Law in U.S. Courts: The Controversy" and "Use of International and Foreign Law in Courts: Perspectives from Abroad," ABA Section of International Law Spring Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • Participant, American Bar Foundation's Fellows Advisory Research Council Meeting, Miami, Florida
PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH
  • EFFECTIVE LAWYERING: A CHECKLIST APPROACH TO LEGAL WRITING AND ORAL ADVOCACY (with D. Yokoyama; Carolina Academic Press, 2007)
  • "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 (R. Bratspies, ed.: Cambridge University Press, 2006)
  • "Litigating Canada-U.S. Transboundary Harm: International Environmental Lawmaking and the Threat of Extraterritorial Reciprocity," 48 VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (with S. Hsu, forthcoming)
  • "Mixed Blessings: The Great Lakes Compact and Agreement, the IJC, and International Dispute Resolution," 2007 MICHIGAN STATE LAW REVIEW (Spring 2007)
  • "Changing Territoriality, Fading Sovereignty, and the Development of Indigenous Group Rights," 31 AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW (Summer 2007)
  • "Storm in a Teacup: The U.S. Supreme Court's Use of Foreign Law," 2007 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 637 (2007; the article will also serve to launch the University of Illinois Law Review's new online companion - The Illinois Law Forum)
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Interviewed regarding U.S. Supreme Court not to hear the appeals of detainees at Guantanamo Bay military prison, challenging the constitutionality of their continued imprisonment, ABC Radio Network News
  • Interviewed regarding Australian citizen David Hicks's guilty plea before a military commission at Guantanamo Bay, to a charge of providing Material support to a terrorist organization, Australian Broadcasting Corp.
  • Interviewed regarding the standoff between Congress and President Bush over using the subpoena power to force his top aides to testify under oath and on the record about the firings of eight U.S. prosecutors, "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network
PROESSOR IRA SHAFIROFF
  • INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE DESKBOOK 3rd ed. (17th Release, Practicing Law Institute, 2007)
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL
  • Presenter, "IP and Entertainment Law," Thomson-West Meeting
  • Presenter, "Law of Ideas," ALI-ABA Annual Entertainment, Sports and Arts Program
PROFESSOR EMERITUS LAWRENCE SULLIVAN
  • Quoted in "Regulatory hurdles may be low for Enterprise," The San Luis Obispo Tribune
PROFESSOR DENNIS YOKOYAMA
  • EFFECTIVE LAWYERING: A CHECKLIST APPROACH TO LEGAL WRITING AND ORAL ADVOCACY (with A. Parrish; Carolina Academic Press, 2007)
  • Appointed President-Elect, Japanese American Bar Association of Greater Los Angeles

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV
  • Presenter, "Mastering Mediations," Combing Claims Conference, City of Industry, California
PROFESSOR BIANCA PUTTERS
  • Chair/Participant, International Academic Forum on Planning, Law and Property Rights, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Participant, Inaugural International Conference on Planning Law: The New Dutch Spatial Planning Act, The Hague, The Netherlands

 

MAY 2007

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Speaker, "The Unsettled State of Contaminated Property Law: A New Paradigm for Private Clean-up Cost Disputes," Faculty Development Speaker Series, Penn State Dickinson School of Law
PROFESSOR PAUL BATEMAN
  • Lecturer, Judicial Opinion Writing Seminar for Washington State Growth Management Appellate Board and other judicial officers, National Judicial College, Olympia, WA
  • Lecturer, Logic and Opinion Writing Seminar for judges from State Appeal, Circuit, Superior and Tribal Courts, National Judicial College, Reno, NV
  • Honored for 15 years of dedicated service as a faculty member, National Judicial College
PROFESSOR ALAN CALNAN
  • Quoted in "Chasing justice in pet-food lawsuits: Beloved friend or simply property?" The Philadelphia Enquirer (reprinted in other local newspaper and websites)
ASSOCIATE DEAN CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
  • Quoted in "Court backs employees who missed breaks," Los Angeles Times
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • Participant, ABA Accreditation Committee Meeting, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, IL
  • Facilitator, Conclave on Legal Education, ABA Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, IL
PROFESSOR SILVIA FAERMAN
  • Co-Chair, "Teaching Latin American Law - Themes, Approaches, Materials," Latin American Law Workshop, Whitney R. Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies, Washington University Law School
PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST
  • Lecturer, Judicial Opinion Writing Seminar for Washington State Growth Management Appellate Board and other judicial officers, National Judicial College, Olympia, WA
  • Lecturer, Logic and Opinion Writing Seminar for judges from State Appeal, Circuit, Superior and Tribal Courts, National Judicial College, Reno, NV
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • THE INTERNATIONALIZATION OF PALACE WARS (with Y. Dezalay; University of Chicago Press, 2002), Korean translation (Greentree Publishing, 2007)
PROESSOR DAVID KOHLER
  • Panel Moderator, "Video in the Digital Age," Hot Topics in Intellectual Property, Duke University (remarks will be published in the DUKE LAW AND TECHNOLOGY REVIEW)
  • Moderator, "The Court System and the Media," Armenian Bar Association Annual Meeting, Santa Monica
  • Panelist, "Surgery on Dinosaurs: The Future of the Media Lawyer," 20th Annual Media and the Law Seminar, Lawrence, KS
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Organizer, Moderator and Commentator, "International and Foreign Law in Courts: The U.S. Controversy and the Foreign Perspectives," Spring Meeting, ABA Section of International Law, Washington, D.C.
  • Speaker, "The International and National Legal Framework for Evaluating Anti-Terrorism Strategies: An Analysis of Critical Issues," Department of Public Policy, School of Public Affairs, UCLA
  • Speaker, "Workshop for Latin American Law Professors," Latin American Law Workshop, Whitney R. Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies, Washington University Law School
  • Meeting Chair, ABA Task Force on International Trade in Legal Services, Washington, D.C.
  • Meeting Participant, American Bar Foundation Fellows' Advisory Research Council, Chicago, IL
  • Meeting Participant, U.S.-India Trade Policy Forum, Washington, D.C.
  • Invited Member and Attended Inaugural Meeting, Joint Editorial Board for International Law of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws, Washington, D.C.
  • Inducted as Life Member, American Law Institute
PROFESSOR JONATHAN MILLER
  • Panelist, "The Past, Present and Future of Human Rights in Argentina: Legal and Political Perspectives," Latin American Center, Professor Richard Falk's International Human Rights course, UCLA
  • Presenter, "An American Comparativist's Experience with an Argentine on Death Row in Texas," Latin American Law Workshop, Whitney R. Harris Institute for Global Legal Studies, Washington University Law School
  • Panel Chair, "Criminal Procedure Reform in Mexico," ABA Section of International Law Spring Meeting, Washington, D.C.
PROFESSOR AUSTEN PARRISH
  • Litigating Canada-U.S. Transboundary Harm (with S. Hsu), selected for inclusion, Harvard-Boalt-UCLA Workshop for Junior Environmental Scholars (will present paper at Harvard Law School)
  • Quoted in "Pollution ruling may spark suits; Climate change liability charges loom," Business Insurance
PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • Quoted regarding Paris Hilton's jail sentence for probation violation, Los Angeles Times and N.Y. Daily News
  • Interviewed regarding U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding the 2003 Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act, WNDB (Daytona Beach)
  • Interviewed regarding Parker v. District of Columbia, which upheld the right to own a handgun under the Second Amendment, "Dateline Washington," Radio America Network
PROFESOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • Participant, ABA Criminal Justice Section Magazine Board and Juvenile Justice Committee, and ABA Commission on Youth at Risk Spring Meetings, Washington, D.C.
  • Speaker, "Evidentiary Issues in Family Violence Cases," Judicial Institute, White Plains, NY
PROFESSOR GOWRI RAMACHANDRAN
  • Keynote Speaker and Panelist on gender-specific attire requirements in the legal profession, "National Pantsuit Day," University of Denver Sturm College of Law
PROFESSOR ANGELA RILEY
  • Panelist, "Indigenous Women and Good Native Governance," Feminist Jurisprudence Panel, Santa Clara University School of Law
PROFESSOR LON SOBEL
  • The Law of Ideas in NIMMER ON COPYRIGHT (LexisNexis, 2007)
  • Speaker, "How Lawyers Use Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law Treatises and Books in the Day-to-day Practice of Law," West Publishing Company Sales Rep Meeting, Los Angeles
  • Speaker, "The Law of Ideas," California CEB Program on Entertainment Industry Litigation, Los Angeles
  • Speaker, "Ethics for Entertainment Lawyers" and "Motion Picture Production Issues," Entertainment Law 202, Chicago Bar Association and ABA Forum on Entertainment & Sports Law, Chicago, IL
PROFESSOR DENNIS YOKOYAMA
  • Recipient, Lifetime Achievement Award, Asian Pacific American Law Students Association

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESOR JOSEPH ESPOSITO
  • Appointed Head Deputy, Major Narcotics Division, Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office
PROFESSOR JEFFREY LENKOV
  • Recipient, 2007 Outstanding Alumni Award, Northern Illinois University College of Law

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