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Southwestern Reporter

September/October 2009

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FACULTY ACTIVITIES

PROFESSOR DEBRA BASSETT
  • 2009 Annual Supplement, FEDERAL COURTS, 12th ed. (with C. Wright and J. Oakley; Foundation Press, 2008)
  • 2009 Annual Supplement, CASES AND MATERIALS ON CIVIL PROCEDURE, 5th ed. (with D. Crump, W. Dorsaneo, III and R. Perschbacher; Lexis Publishing, 2008)
  • E-Pitfalls: Ethics and E-Discovery, 36 NORTHERN KENTUCKY LAW REVIEW 449 (2009)
PROFESSOR ALAN CALNAN
  • DUTY AND INTEGRITY IN TORT LAW (Carolina Academic Press, 2009)
PROFESSOR CHRISTOPHER CAMERON
  • Teacher's Manual, LABOR LAW IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORKPLACE (with R. Corrada, K. Dan-Schmidt, C. Fisk and M. Malin; Thomson West Publishing, 2009)
  • 2009-2010 Supplement, LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS: STRIKES, LOCKOUTS AND BOYCOTTS, 2nd ed. (with D. Ray and W. Corbett; Thomson West Publishing, 2004)
PROFESSOR MARK CAMMACK
  • Legal Aspects of Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage in Indonesia in MUSLIM-NON-MUSLIM MARRIAGE:  POLITICAL AND CULTURAL CONTESTATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009)
PROFESSOR CATHERINE CARPENTER
  • Presenter, "Diversity Issues, ABA Standards, and the California Bar," California State Bar, Los Angeles
  • Presenter, "Evaluating Strategic Plans and Self Studies," Chairs Workshop, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Chicago, IL
  • Participant, Planning Meeting, The Accreditation Project, Chicago, IL
PROFESSOR LAURA DYM COHEN
  • Southwestern Representative, Expanding the Diversity Pipeline Literacy Program, California State Bar Council on Access and Fairness Initiative Project Meeting, Los Angeles
PROFESSOR DAVID FAGUNDES
  • Co-Presenter, "Costly Screens, Value Asymmetries, and the Creation of Intellectual Property," Plenary Session, IP Scholars Conference, Cardozo Law School, New York
PROFESSOR MICHAEL FROST
  • Greco-Roman Rhetoric: The Canon and Its History in CICERO AND MODERN LAW (Ashgate Publishing, 2009)
PROFESSOR NORMAN GARLAND
  • Quoted in "War of technologies in California speeding case," Christian Science Monitor
DEAN BRYANT GARTH
  • "Not That Into You" in American Lawyer (with R. Dinovitzer; September 2009)
  • Discussant, "Lawyers in Transnational and Comparative Perspective," An Unfinished Project: Law and the Possibility of Justice, Conference in Honor of Professor Richard Abel, UCLA
PROFESSOR WARREN GRIMES
  • Appointed, Scientific Advisory Board (Fachbeirat), Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition, and Tax Law, Munich, Germany

PROFESSOR CHRISTINE LORILLARD
  • Retelling the Stories of Indian Families: Judicial Narratives that Determine the Placement of Indian Children, 8 WHITTIER JOURNAL OF CHILD & FAMILY ADVOCACY 171 (2009)
PROFESSOR ROBERT LUTZ
  • Meeting Participant, Queretaro, Mexico; Presenter, "Recent Developments (2008-09) in U.S. of the Law of Dispute Resolution," Co-chair, Legal Issues Committee, NAFTA Advisory Committee on Private Commercial Disputes
  • Member, ABA Commission on Ethics Reform 20/20, Washington, DC
  • Invited Advisor, Reform of California law on International Arbitration, San Francisco Bar Association
PROFESSOR JONATHAN MILLER
  • Speaker, Inauguration of the Center for the Development of Oral Trial Advocacy at Tecnol√≥gico de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico
PROFESSOR ANGELA RILEY
  • In Defense of Property, 118 YALE LAW JOURNAL 1022 (with K. Carpenter and S. Katyal; 2009)
PROFESSOR MICHAEL SCOTT
  • Op-Ed Article, "Getting Dirty Hands in Clean Tech Law," Los Angeles Daily Journal
  • Named, "Top 100 Twitterers in Academia," onlineschools.org
PROFESSOR KELLY STRADER
  • WHITE COLLAR CRIME: CASES, MATERIALS AND PROBLEMS, 2nd ed. (with S. Jordan; LexisNexis, 2009)
  • 2009 Supplement, UNDERSTANDING WHITE COLLAR CRIME, 2nd ed. (LexisNexis Publishing, 2006)
  • 2009 Update, Civil and Criminal Forfeitures in WHITE COLLAR CRIME: BUSINESS and REGULATORY OFFENSES (with D. Parker, O. Obermaier and R. Morillo, eds.; Law Journal Press, 2009)
  • Op-ed article, "When the bedroom leads to the courtroom: Despite U.S. Supreme Court decisions, lower courts still use the 'morality of the majority' to criminalize consenting sexual acts," Los Angeles Times; and online at Delaware Online as "The Boogeyman Under the Bed"
PROFESSOR BYRON STIER
  • Another Jackpot (In)Justice: Verdict Variability and Issue Preclusion in Mass Torts, 36 PEPPERDINE LAW REVIEW 715 (2009)
  • Founding Editor, Mass Tort Litigation Blog (now exceeds 250,000 page views)

ADJUNCT FACULTY

PROFESSOR JUDGE DARRELL MAVIS
  • Faculty and Seminar Leader, "Gang Issues in Criminal Cases" and "Introduction to Criminal Law," B. E. Witkin Judicial College of California (educational program for new California judges, commissioners and referees)
PROFESSOR CAROLINE NEWCOMBE
  • The Commercial General Liability Business Risk Exclusion, 31 CHEMICAL DISTRIBUTOR (with E. Bauman, 2009)

SENIOR STAFF

ASSOCIATE DEAN GARY GREENER
  • Elected, Member, Board of Directors, National LGBT Bar Association; delegate to ABA AIDS Coordinating Committee

 

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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