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Southwestern Reporter

February/March 2007


FACULTY ACTIVITIES

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
  • "Resolving the Class Action Crisis: Mass Tort Litigation as Network," 2005 UTAH LAW REVIEW 863 cited in two briefs submitted to the United States Supreme Court: Philip Morris USA's reply brief in Williams case concerning punitive damages, and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America amicus brief in support of Bayer Corporation's and Wyeth's petition for writ of certiorari
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








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American Bar Association
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Association of American Law Schools
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Los Angeles County Bar Association
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National Association for Law Placement

 

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