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Southwestern Reporter

May 2006

FACULTY ACTIVITIES


PROFESSOR RONALD ARONOVSKY

  • 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)

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

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

 

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