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Southwestern Reporter

Fall 2011, Number 1

FACULTY ACTIVITIES

PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY
  • Panelist, "Mediation Pedagogy," Teaching Law School Classes Conference, Pepperdine Law School, Los Angeles
  • Participant (and voting member), American Law Institute's Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • Presenter, "Update on Revisions to the ABA Standards: What It Means for the Bar Admissions Community," NCBE Annual Admissions Conference, San Francisco, CA
  • Presenter, "What the ABA Standards Review Process Means to You," NALP Annual Education Conference, Palm Springs, CA
  • Participant, Curriculum Committee, ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, IL
  • Participant, Foreign Programs Committee, ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Denver, CO
  • Participant, Standards Review Committee, ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, IL and Minneapolis, MN
  • Participant, Workshop for New Site Evaluators Planning Committee for AALS Annual Meeting 2012
PROFESSOR LAURA DYM COHEN
  • Facilitator and Leader, 2011 Southern California Pro Bono Regional Meeting, Los Angeles, CA
PROFESSOR NORMAN GARLAND
  • CRIMINAL LAW FOR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONAL, 3rd ed. (McGraw-Hill, 2011)
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • Awarded, Law and Society Association's Herbert Jacob Book Prize and recognized on Jotwell, ASIAN LEGAL REVIVALS: LAWYERS IN THE SHADOW OF EMPIRE (with Y. Dezalay; University of Chicago, 2010)
  • Appointed, Reviewer, European Research Council
  • Chair/Discussant, International Institutions and Their Social Contexts, San Francisco, CA
  • Chair/Discussant, Transformations in Governance for Future States, San Francisco, CA
  • Discussant/Participant, "Identifying, and Keeping Your Eye on, the Big Picture," and "Development and Alumni Relations," ABA New Dean's Seminar, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • Plenary Participant, "Forces from Within the Academy," Curriculum Conference, AALS Mid-Year Meeting, Seattle, WA
PROFESSOR JAMES KUSHNER
  • SUBDIVISION LAW AND GROWTH MANAGEMENT, Volume 1 (Thomson-West, 2011)
  • Affordable Housing in the Time of Global Climate Change, 43 URBAN LAWYER 179 (2011)
  • Visiting Professor in the Fulbright Chair, Politecnico di Torino, School of Urban Planning, Turin, Italy (Spring 2011)
PROFESSOR CHRISTINE LORILLARD
  • When Children's Rights 'Collide': Free Speech vs. the Right to be Let Alone in the Context of Off-Campus 'Cyber-Bullying, 81 MISSISSIPPI LAW JOURNAL (Fall 2011)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Awarded Special Fellowship for Former Fellows, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, University of Augsburg Law Faculty, Germany
  • Appointed, Executive Board, ABA Center for Human Rights
  • Appointed, ABA Task Force on International Trade in Legal Services (ITILS)
  • Lecturer, "Regulating the Changing Legal Profession: Responses to the Impacts of Technology and Globalization," Transatlantic Deals and Disputes Conference, German Bar Association, Munich, Germany
  • Lecturer, "The Changing American Legal Profession: Will Legal Services Respond to the Challenges of Technology and Globalization?" University of Augsburg Faculty Workshop, Augsburg, Germany
  • Lecturer, "The U.S. Law of Export and Import: An Explanation and Analysis of the Substantive Law, Process and Institutions," International Trade Law Course, University of Augsburg, Augsburg, Germany
  • Lecturer, "American Legal Culture: Issues" (Judicial decision-writing; role of International Law in U.S. law; law practice in the U.S.; and foreign lawyer access to U.S. legal profession), University of Bonn Law Faculty course, Bonn, Germany
  • Lecturer, "The Future of the Legal Profession: Challenges of Technology, Globalization, Demographics and the Marketplace," Bucerius University Law Faculty and Alumni, Hamburg, Germany
  • Interviewer regarding German Legal Education and Legal Practice, Law Faculty from Universities of Munich, Bundeswehr and Augsburg, and Max Planck Institute
  • Participant, ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20, Public Hearing and Meeting; ABA Section of International Law Council Meeting (member); ABA Center for Human Rights meeting (member); ABA Task Force on International Trade in Legal Services (ITILS), Toronto, Canada
PROFESSOR CALEB MASON
  • A Rational Post-Booker Proposal for Reform of Federal Sentencing Enhancements for Prior Convictions, 31 NORTHERN ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 339 (with S. Lesowitz; 2011)
ASSOCIATE DEAN ARTHUR MCEVOY
  • Panelist, "The Agency of Law in Natural Disaster," Causation, Risk and Planning Panel, Workshop on Disasters and Sociolegal Studies, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, OƱati, Spain
PROFESSOR JONATHAN MILLER
  • Panel Chair, "The Cultures of Legal Globalization;" Paper Presentation, "How International Politics in the 1890's Pushed Argentina Away from its Use of U.S. Constitutionalism," "Negotiations Across Legal Realms" Panel; and Critique, CULTURES OF LEGALITY: JUDICIALIZATION AND POLITICAL ACTIVISM IN LATIN AMERICA (J. Couso, ed; Cambridge University Press), Author Meets Reader Session, Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA

PROFESSOR ROBERT PUGSLEY
  • "Will and Kate visit could test California's new paparazzi laws," Christian Science Monitor
  • Interviewed regarding Casey Anthony trial verdict, Mark Bernier Program, WNDB (Florida)
PROFESSOR MYRNA RAEDER
  • Editor and Author of Executive Summary, STATE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2011 (ABA Criminal Justice Section, 2011)
  • Published speech, "Comparing Gender Stereotypes of Female Criminal Defense Counsel when Clara Foltz Practiced and Today," California Supreme Court Historical Society Newsletter (June 2011)
  • History Redux: The Unheard Voices Of Domestic Violence Victims, A Comment On Aviva Orenstein's Sex, Threats And Absent Victims, RES GESTAE (the online companion of the FORDHAM LAW REVIEW; May 2011)
  • Book Review, "Cultural Shifts: Addressing [Un]intended Consequences of the Fight Against Domestic Violence," A Home in the Law (J. Suk; Yale University Press, 2009), 30 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS 124 (2011)
  • Honored for 15 years of Service, National Judicial College
  • Reappointed, ABA Commission on Domestic Violence; Advisory Board, ABA Youth at Risk Commission; Co-Chair, Criminal Justice Section's Innocence Committee
  • Instructor, Selected Problems in Criminal Evidence, National Judicial College, Reno, NV
  • Panel Moderator, "Human Rights, Domestic and Sexual Violence: A Cross-Border Perspective," ABA Annual Meeting, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Toronto
  • Presenter, Proposals Concerning Forensic Science Evidence, Criminal Justice Section's Council, Toronto
  • Conducted training concerning pregnant and parenting girls, L.A. Dependency and Delinquency Court Judges
ASSISTANT DEAN MOLLY SELVIN
  • Elected Secretary, California Supreme Court Historical Society
  • Elected, Board of Directors, Breed Street Shul Project, Inc. (a subsidiary of the Jewish Historical Society of Southern California)
PROFESSOR BUTLER SHAFFER
  • Speaker, "In defense of property: What should NOT be Owned," 2011 Freedomfest, Las Vegas, NV
  • Speaker, "A Cost/Benefit Analysis of the Human Spirit: The Desire for Liberty is Not Rational," Capitalism and Morality Conference, Vancouver, BC
  • Interviewed regarding "The difference between freedom and liberty," Lew Rockwell (podcast)
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
  • Lawrence's Criminal Law, 16 BERKELEY JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW 41 (2011)
PROFESSOR JOHN TEHRANIAN
  • INFRINGEMENT NATION: COPYRIGHT 2.0 AND YOU (Oxford University Press, 2011)
  • Parchment, Pixels and Personhood: Users Rights and the IP (Identity Politics) of IP (Intellectual Property), 82 UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO LAW REVIEW 1 (2011)
  • Speaker, "The Coming Copyright Termination Crisis," Orange County Patent Lawyers Association, Irvine, CA
  • Speaker, "Derivative Works 2.0," Intellectual Property Scholars Conference, Center for Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology, DePaul University College of Law, Chicago, IL
  • Speaker, "Fair or Fared? Comparing First Amendment Defenses in Copyright, Right of Publicity and Trademark Cases," Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, San Francisco, CA
  • Speaker, "Freedom of Speech at Military Funerals and Other Solemn Events," Constitutional Rights Foundation 29th Annual Law Day Conference, Whittier Law School, Costa Mesa, CA
  • Speaker, "The Ins and Outs of Clearances... Celebrities and More," Licensing University, Licensing International Expo of the International Licensing Industry Merchandising Association, Las Vegas, NV
  • Speaker, "Personal Jurisdiction in Cyberspace," Annual Civil Practice Seminar, Federal Bar Association, Santa Ana, CA
  • Panelist, "Infringement Nation: Copyright 2.0 and You," Conceptualizing Copyright Panel, Association for the Study of Law, Culture & the Humanities' 14th Annual Conference, William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
  • Panelist, "The Past and Background: The Historical and Legal Framework" Panel and Co-Moderator, "Parallel Efforts and Comparative International Privacy Law: Where Are We Headed?" Panel, Paparazzi Law in a Flash: Examining California's Past, Present and Future, Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
  • Featured Panelist, "This Week in Law," Show #120
  • One-hour interview regarding Hearsay Culture, Show #135, Stanford Law School, Center for Internet and Society, KZSU-FM (Stanford University Radio)
PROFESSOR JULIE WATERSTONE
  • Presentation: "Review of Fundamental Caselaw Under the IDEA," 10th National Academy for IDEA Administrative Law Judges and Hearing Officers, Seattle, WA
  • Working Group Leader, Education/Disability Law Group, AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Seattle, WA
  • Op-ed article, "A Step Toward Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline," Los Angeles Daily Journal

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JUAN RAMOS
  • Appointed by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, Board of Commissioners, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument Authority (El Pueblo)
  • Appointed, Special Counsel to Monica Garcia, Board President of the Los Angeles Unified School District

SENIOR STAFF

ASSOCIATE DEAN GARY GREENER
  • Appointed Chair, NALP Communications Advisory Group, 2011-2012
  • Appointed Member, NALP Task Force on Law School Employment Outcomes Reporting, 2011-2012


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