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Recent Faculty Scholarship

Books

  • Maria Linda Ontiveros, Employment Discrimination Law: Cases and Materials on Equality in the Workplace (St. Paul, Minn.: West Academic Publishing, Ninth Edition (forthcoming)).
  • Manuel Vargas, Rational and Social Agency: The Philosophy of Michael Bratman (Oxford University Press, 2014).
  • Manuel Vargas, Building Better Beings: A Theory of Moral Responsibility (Oxford University Press, 2013).
  • Daniel Lathrope, Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation (New York: Foundation Press, 17 Edition 2013). (Co-authored with Stephen A. Lind)
  • Constance de la Vega, Dictionary of International Human Rights Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013). Read More
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, McCarthy on Trademarks and Unfair Competition (Eagan, Minn.: West/Clark Boardman Callaghan, First-Fourth Editions 1996-2012). (Seven-volume treatise cited as an authority in more than 3,000 judicial decisions.)
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, State Documents Bibliography: Georgia (William S. Hein & Co., State Document Bibliography Series, 2012 Revised Edition 2012). (Co-authored with Nancy P. Johnson.)
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, The Rights of Publicity and Privacy (Thomas Reuters, 2d, 2013 Edition 2013).
  • Daniel Lathrope, Black Letter on Corporate and Partnership Taxation (Thomson/West, Seventh Edition 2012). (Co-authored with Stephen Schwarz.)
  • Daniel Lathrope, Fundamentals of Partnernship Taxation (New York: Foundation Press, First-Ninth Editions 1985-2012). (Co-authored with Stephen Schwarz.)
  • Daniel Lathrope, Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation (New York: Foundation Press, Fifth Edition 2012). (Co-authored with Stephen Schwarz.)
  • Daniel Lathrope, Fundamentals of Corporate Taxation (New York: Foundation Press, Eighth Edition 2012). (Co-authored with Stephen Schwarz.)
  • Joshua D. Rosenberg, Practical Guide to Corporate Taxation (CCH/Wolters Kluwer, 2012). (Co-authored with Adjunct Professor Dominic Daher and Steve Johnson.)
  • Richard A. Leo, Confessions of Guilt: From Torture to Miranda and Beyond (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012). (Co-authored with George C. Thomas III.)
  • Tristin Green, Sex-Based Discrimination: Text, Cases, and Materials (West, Seventh Edition 2011). (Co-authored with Herma Hill Kay.)
  • Constance de la Vega, The American Legal System for Foreign Lawyers (Wolters Kluwer, 2011). (Co-authored with Professor Emeritus Eldon Reiley.)
  • Daniel Lathrope, Selected Sections on United States International Taxation (New York City and St. Paul, Minn.: Foundation Press/West, 2012–2014 Editions).
  • Daniel Lathrope, Fundamentals of Federal Income Taxation (New York: Foundation Press, 15th Edition 2009,16th Edition 2011, 17th Edition 2013). (Co-authored with James J. Freeland, Stephen A. Lind, and Richard B. Stephens.)
  • Daniel Lathrope, Federal Income Taxation of Individuals in a Nutshell (West, Eighth Edition 2012). (Co-authored with John K. McNulty.)
  • Steven F. Shatz, California Criminal Law: Cases and Problems (Lexis, First Edition 1999, Second Edition 2004, Third Edition 2011). Buy It
  • Daniel Lathrope, Alternative Minimum Tax: Compliance and Planning with Analysis (Boston: Warren, Gorham and Lamont/RIA, 1994). (Supps. 2012-2014)
  • Tim Iglesias, The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Development Law (American Bar Association, Second Edition 2011). (Co-edited with Rochelle Lento.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Ethical Borders: NAFTA, Globalization, and Mexican Migration (Chicago: Temple University Press, 2010). Read More
  • Daniel Lathrope, Selected Federal Taxation Statutes and Regulations (West, 2008–2013 Editions, 2012).
  • Bruce M. Price, Contracts: Essay and Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (Aspen Publishers, 2009). (Editor)
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Our Nation Unhinged: The Human Consequences of the War on Terror (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009).
  • Richard A. Leo, Police Interrogation and American Justice (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 12th Edition 2008). (Paperback version published in 2009. Excerpts reprinted in Yale Kamisar, et al. Modern Criminal Procedure: Cases, Comments, Questions. Translated into Chinese in September 2012.) Read More
  • Richard A. Leo, The Wrong Guys: Murder, False Confessions and the Norfolk Four (New York: The New Press, 2008). (Co-authored with Tom Wells.) Read More
  • Joshua D. Rosenberg, Fundamentals of Business Enterprise Taxation (Westbury, N.Y.: Foundation Press, 1997, Third Edition 2005, Fourth Edition 2008). (Co-authored with Stephen A. Lind, Stephen Schwarz, and Daniel J. Lathrope.)
  • Constance de la Vega, International Human Rights Law: An Introduction (Philadelphia, Pa.: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007; published in paperback in 2010). (Co-authored with David S. Weissbrodt.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Deporting Our Souls: Values, Morality, and Immigration Policy (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2006).
  • Reza Dibadj, Rescuing Regulation (Albany, N.Y.: SUNY Press, 2006). (Paperback edition released June 2007.)
  • Manuel Vargas, Four Views on Free Will (Wiley-Blackwell, 2007). (Co-authored with John Martin Fischer, Robert Kane, and Derk Pereboom.)

Law Review and Journal Articles

  • Alice Kaswan, "Climate Change Adaptation and Land Use: Exploring The Federal Role," 47 John Marshall Law Review (forthcoming).
  • Tim Iglesias, "The Promise and Perils of Micro-housing," Zoning and Planning Law Report (forthcoming).
  • Alice Kaswan, "Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Lessions from the California Lawsuits," San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law (2014).
  • Julie Nice, "The Responsibility of Victory: Managing the Stratifying State's Subordination of LGBT Youth," Temple Political & Civil Rights Law Review (2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, "Controlling Power Plants: The Co-Pollutant Implications of EPA’s Clean Air Act § 111(d) Options for Greenhouse Gases," 32 Virginia Journal of Environmental Law 173 (2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, "Climate Change and Environmental Justice: Lessons from the California Lawsuits," 5 San Diego Journal of Climate and Energy Law 1 (2014). SSRN
  • Maria Linda Ontiveros, "Migrant Labour in the United States: Working Beneath the Floor for Free Labour?Migrants at Work: Immigration and Vulnerability in Labour Law (2014). SSRN
  • Manuel Vargas, "Neuroscience and the Exaggerated Death of Responsibility," 64 The Philosophers' Magazine (2014). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "The Sound of Silence: Miranda Waivers, Selective Literalism and Social Context," Lawrence Solan, Janet Ainsworth, & Roger Shuy, eds., Speaking of Language and Law (2014). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Promoting Accuracy in the Use of Confession Evidence: An Argument for Pre-Trial Reliability Assessments to Prevent Wrongful Convictions," 85 Temple Law Review 759-838 (2014). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "The Problem of Interrogation-Induced False Confession: Sources of Failure in Prevention and Detection," Handbook of Forensic Sociology and Psychology 47-75 (2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, "Police Interrogation and Coercion in Domestic American History: Lessons for the War on Terror,"  Torture, Law and War: What Are the Moral and Legal Boundaries on the Use of Coercion in Interrogation? (forthcoming). SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Defining “Family” for Zoning: Contemporary Policy Challenges, Legal Limits and Options," 37 Zoning and Planning Law Report (2014).
  • Michelle Travis, "Disabling the Gender Pay Gap: Lessons from the Social Model of Disability," Denver Law Review 2014 (forthcoming). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Predicting Erroneous Convictions," 99 Iowa Law Review p. 471-552 (2014). (Co-authored with Jon Gould, Julia Carrano and Katie Hail-Jares.) SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Does Fair Housing Law Apply to 'Shared Living Situations'? Or, the Trouble with Roommates," 22 Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law 111-153 (2014). (Iglesias criticizes 9th Circuit fair housing opinion and offers a better solution.)
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, "AALL Diversity Redelineated," 106 Law Library Journal (2014). Read More
  • Tim Iglesias, "Offering and Teaching Mindfulness in Law Schools," USF Law Review (forthcoming). (Online Version)
  • Richard A. Leo, "Why Interrogation Contamination Occurs," 11 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law (2013). SSRN
  • Alice Kaswan, "Climate Adaptation and Land Use Governance: The Vertical Axis," 39 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law  390 (2014). SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Does Fair Housing Law Apply to 'Shared Living Situations'? Or, the Trouble with Roommates," 31 California Property Journal 16 (2013).
  • John J. Osborn Jr., "How I Found Jobs for My Students: One Professor's Story," McGeorge Law Review (2013).
  • Richard A. Leo, "Promoting Accuracy in the Use of Confession Evidence: An Argument for Pretrial Reliability Assessments to Prevent Wrongful Convictions," Temple Law Review (2013). (Co-authored with Peter J. Neufeld, Steven A. Drizin, and Andrew E. Taslitz.) SSRN
  • Steven F. Shatz, "Discrimination, Torture, and Execution: A Human Rights Analysis of the Death Penalty in California and Louisiana," Center for Constitutional Rights (2013).
  • Jesse W. Markham Jr., "The Failure of Corporate Governance Standards and Antitrust Compliance," . SSRN
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, "Linguistic Isolation: A New Human Rights Violation Constituting Torture, and Cruel, Inhuman and Degrading Treatment," (2013). SSRN
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, "Teaching WestlawNext: Next Steps for Teachers of Legal Research," 21 Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research & Writing 127 (Spring 2013). SSRN
  • Steven F. Shatz, "Challenging the Death Penalty with Statistics: Furman, McCleskey, and a Single County Case Study," 34 Cardozo Law Review 1227 (2013). (Co-authored with Terry Dalton.) SSRN
  • Alice Kaswan, "Environmental Justice and Environmental Law," 24 Fordham Environmental Law Review (2012-2013). SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Framing Inclusionary Zoning: Exploring the Legality of Local Inclusionary Zoning and its Potential to Meet Affordable Housing Needs," 36 Zoning & Planning Law Report 1 (2013).
  • Alice Kaswan, "Seven Principles for Equitable Adaptation," XII Sustainable Development Law & Policy Journal 41 (2013). SSRN
  • Julie Nice, "Whither the Canaries?: On the Exclusion of Poor People from Equal Constitutional Protection," 60 Drake Law Review (2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, "Domestic Climate Change Adaptation and Equity," 42 Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis 11125 (2012). SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Fair Housing at 30: Where We Are, Where We Are Going," 30 California Real Property Journal 16 (2012). (Co-authored with Susan Saylor.) SSRN
  • Maria Linda Ontiveros, "A Strategic Plan for Using the Thirteenth Amendment to Protect Immigrant Workers," 27 Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society 133 (2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, "Interrogation-Regulatory Decline: Ego Depletion, Failures of Self-Regulation and the Decision to Confess," 18 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 673 (2012). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis.) SSRN
  • Jesse W. Markham Jr., "Does Criminalization of Cartels Work," 3 New Journal of European Criminal Law 115 (2012).
  • Michelle Travis, "Impairment as Protected Status: A New Universality for Disability Rights," 46 Georgia Law Review (2012). SSRN
  • Jesse W. Markham Jr., "Sailing a Sea of Doubt: A Critique of the Rule of Reason in U.S. Antitrust Law," 17 Fordham Journal of Corporate and Financial Law 591 (2012). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "To Walk in Their Shoes: The Problem of Missing, Misunderstood, and Misrepresented Context in Judging Criminal Confessions," 46 New England Law Review 4 (2012). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis.) SSRN
  • Michelle Travis, "Toward Positive Equality: Taking the Disparate Impact Out of Disparate Impact Theory," 16 Lewis & Clark Law Review 527 (2012). (Symposium Issue) SSRN
  • Bruce M. Price, "'No Look' Attorneys’ Fees and the Attorneys Who are Looking: An Empirical Analysis of Presumptively Approved Attorneys’ Fees in Chap. 13 Bankruptcies and a Proposal for Reform," 20 American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review 291 (2012). SSRN
  • Julie Nice, "The Descent of the Responsible Procreation : A Genealogy of an Ideology," 45 Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review 781 (2012). SSRN
  • Steven F. Shatz, "Chivalry is not Dead: Murder, Gender, and the Death Penalty," 27 Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law, and Justice 64 (2012). (Co-authored with Naomi Shatz.) SSRN
  • Alice Kaswan, "Climate Change, the Clean Air Act, and Industrial Pollution," 30 UCLA Journal of Environmental Law & Policy 51 (2012). SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Beyond Two-Persons-Per-Bedroom: Revitalizing Application of the Federal Fair Housing Act to Private Residential Occupancy Standards," 28 Georgia State Law Review 619 (2012). SSRN
  • Alice Kaswan, "Climate Change and the Puget Sound: Building the Legal Framework for Adaptation," 2 Climate Law 299 (2011). (Co-authored with William L. Andreen, et al.) SSRN
  • Maria Linda Ontiveros, "Building a Movement with Immigrant Workers: The 1972-74 Strike and Boycott at Farah Manufacturing," 5 Employee Rights and Employment Policy Journal 479 (2011). SSRN
  • Bruce M. Price, "Halting, Altering, and Agreeing," 38 Southern University Law Review 233 (2011). SSRN
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, "Does WestlawNext Really Change Everything: The Implications of WestlawNext on Legal Research," 103 Law Library Journal 359 (2011). SSRN
  • Rhonda Magee, "Educating Lawyers to Meditate? From Exercises to Epistemology to Ethics: The Contemplative Practice and Law Movement as Legal Education Reform," 79 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 535 (2011). (Lead Article) SSRN
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, "Conflict of Interest that Led to the Gulf Oil Disaster," 41 Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis 10414 (2011). SSRN
  • Julie Nice, "How Equality Constitutes Liberty: The Alignment of CLS v. Martinez," 38 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 681 (2011). SSRN
  • Grace Hum, "Legal Writing Professors Morphing into Contract Drafting Professors," 12 Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law 3 (2011). (Co-authored with Miki Felsenberg, Barbara Lentz, Carolyn Broering-Jacobs, and Ted Becker.) Read More
  • Richard A. Leo, "Reply to Samuel R. Gross and Barbara O'Brien," 8 Ohio State Journal of Criminal Law 277-279 (2010). SSRN
  • Joshua D. Rosenberg, "Government as Patron or Regulator in the Student Speech Cases," 83 St. John’s Law Review 1047 (2010). (Co-authored with Professor Joshua Davis.) SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Moving Targets: Placing the Good Faith Doctrine in the Context of Fragmented Policing," 37 Fordham Urban Law Journal 709 (2010). (Co-authored with Hadar Aviram and Jeremy Seymour.) SSRN
  • Jesse W. Markham Jr., "The Supreme Court’s New Implied Repeal Doctrine: Expanding Judicial Power To Rewrite Legislation Under The Ballooning Conception of 'Plain Repugnancy'," 45 Gonzaga Law Review 437 (2010). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "From False Confession to Wrongful Conviction: Seven Psychological Processes," 38 Journal of Psychiatry and Law 9 (2010). (The article was excerpted in Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology and co-authored with Deborah Davis.) SSRN
  • Joshua D. Rosenberg, "The Inherent Structure of Free Speech Law," 19 William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal 131 (2010). (Co-authored with Professor Joshua Davis.) SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "The Gatehouse and Mansions: 50 Years Later," 6 Annual Review of Law and Social Science 323 (2010). (Co-authored with Alexa Koenig.) SSRN
  • Maya Manian, "The Consequences of Abortion Restrictions for Women’s Healthcare," 71 Washington and Lee law Review 1317 (2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, "Selling Confession: Setting the Stage with the Sympathetic Detective with a Time-Limited Offer," 26 Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice 441 (2010). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis and William Follette.) SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Overcoming Judicial Preferences for Person Versus Situation-Based Analyses of Interrogation Induced Confessions," 38(2) The Journal of American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 187 (2010). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis.) SSRN
  • Alice Kaswan, "Decentralizing Cap-and-Trade? State Controls Within a Federal Greenhouse Gas Cap-and-Trade Program," 28 Virginia Journal of Environmental Law 343 (2010). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Police-Induced Confessions: Risk Factors and Recommendations," 34 Law and Human Behavior 3 (2010). (Co-authored with Saul Kassin, Steven Drizin, Thomas Grisso, Gisli Gudjonsson, and Allison Redlich. Published online July 2009.) SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "What Do Potential Jurors Know About Police Interrogation Techniques and False Confessions?" 27 Behavioral Sciences and the Law 381 (2009). (Co-authored with Brittany Liu.) SSRN
  • Michelle Leighton, "The Challenges of Climigration," D+C Development and Cooperation (July 2009). Read More
  • Maya Manian, "The Irrational Woman: Informed Consent and Abortion Decision-Making," 16 Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 223 (2009). (Reprinted in Women and the Law edited by Tracy A. Thomas; West, 2011.) SSRN
  • Michelle Leighton, "Sentencing Our Children to Die in Prison: Global Law and Practice," 42 University of San Francisco Law Review 983 (Spring 2008). (Co-authored with Professor Connie de la Vega.) SSRN
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, "Choosing the Top Candidate: Best Practices in Academic Law Library Hiring
    ," 100 Law Library Journal 117 (2008). (Co-authored with Nancy Johnson and Terrance Manion.) SSRN
  • Michelle Leighton, "Civil Society Concerns in the Context of Economic Globalization," 15 The Transnational Lawyer 105 (2002). (Co-author)
  • Manuel Vargas, "Razian Responsibility," Jurisprudence (forthcoming). SSRN
  • Manuel Vargas, "Situationism and Moral Responsibility: Free Will in Fragments," Decomposing the Will (2013). SSRN
  • Manuel Vargas, "If Free Will Doesn't Exist, Neither Does Water," Exploring the Illusion of Free Will and Moral Responsibility (2014). SSRN
  • Manuel Vargas, "American Legal Realism and Practical Guidance," Reasons and Intentions in Law and Practical Agency (in press). (Co-authored with Professor Joshua P. Davis) SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Journal of Affordable Housing and Community Development Law," Vol. 22 (forthcoming). (American Bar Association)
  • Tim Iglesias, "California Real Property Journal," Vol. 31 (forthcoming). (California State Bar)

Book Contributions

  • Bill Ong Hing, "Redressing the Shame of U.S. Immigration Laws and Enforcement Policies," in Hidden Lives and Human Rights in the United States: Understanding the Controversies and Tragedies of Undocumented Immigration edited by Lois Lorentzen (Santa Barbara, Calif.: Praeger, 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, "The Sound of Silence: Miranda Waivers, Selective Literalism and Social Context," in Speaking of Language and Law  (New York: Oxford University Press, June 2014). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Honest False Testimony ," in Wrongful Allegations of Person Abuse  (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, "Police Interrogation and Coercion in Domestic American History: Lessons for the War on Terror," in Torture, Law and War: What Are the Moral and Legal Boundaries on the Use of Coercion in Interrogation?  (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, forthcoming). (Co-authored with Alexa Koenig)
  • Richard A. Leo, "Honest False Testimony," in Wrongful Allegations of Person Abuse  (New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming). (Co-authored with Guillermo Villalobos and Deborah Davis)
  • Richard A. Leo, "Disputed Interrogation Techniques in America: True and False Confessions and the Estimation and Valuation of Type I and II Errors," in Controversies in Innocence Cases in America , 57-72 (Ashgate Publishing, 2014). (Reprinted in Joshua Davis, Legal Scholarship Network.) SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Interrogation and Confessions," in The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Vol. III , 1199-1206 (New York, N.Y.: John Wiley & Sons, 2014). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis.) SSRN
  • Jeffrey S. Brand, "A Drone Court to Rein in Executive Overreach?" in The Legitimacy of Drones: Legality, Morality and Efficacy of UCAVs for Cross-Border Counterterrorism  (Seagate Press, forthcoming). (On drone warfare with Professor Amos Guiora University of Utah College of Law. The chapter deals with judicial review of drone strikes and a proposal for a drone court.)
  • Constance de la Vega, "Entry on international law in gender and sexuality," in Encyclopedia on Gender and Sexuality  (2014).
  • John Denvir, "Seeing the Big Picture: Why Law Fails in The Wire," in Law and Popular Culture: International Perspectives edited by Michael Asimow, Kathryn Brown, and David Papke (Cambridge Scholars Press, forthcoming).
  • Steven F. Shatz, "Chivalry is not Dead:  Murder, Gender and the Death Penalty," in The International Library of Essays on Capital Punishment edited by Peter Hodgkinson (Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing, 2013). (Co-authored with Naomi R. Shatz)
  • Bill Ong Hing, "Developing a New Mind-Set on Immigration Reform," in Constructing Immigrant "Illegality"--Critiques, Experiences, and Responses edited by Cecilia Menjivar & Daniel Kanstroom (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014).
  • Steven F. Shatz, "Death Penalty Internships in the American South," in Capital Punishment: New Perspectives edited by Peter Hodgkinson (Farnham, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing, 2013).
  • Richard A. Leo, "The Problem of Interrogation-Induced False Confession: Sources of Failure in Prevention and Detection," in Handbook of Forensic Sociology and Psychology edited by Stephen Morewitz and Mark Goldstein, Pp. 47-75 (New York: Springer, 2014). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis.)
  • Richard A. Leo, "Innocent Defendants: Divergent Case Outcomes and What They Teach Us," in Wrongful Conviction and Criminal Justice Reform: Making Justice edited by Marvin Zalman and Julia Carrano (London: Routledge, 2013). (Co-authored with Jon Gould, Julia Carrano, and Katie Hail-Jares.)
  • Alice Kaswan, "Environmental Justice and Environmental Law," in Law and Ethics in the Business Environment  (Stamford, Conn.: Cengage Learning, 8th Edition 2013).
  • H. Jay Folberg, "Principles for Designing Negotiation Instruction," in Educating Negotiators for a Connected World edited by Christopher Honeyman, James Coben, and Andrew Wei-Min Lee (DRI Press, 2013). (Co-authored with Ximena Bustamante, John Lande, and Joel Lee.) Read More
  • H. Jay Folberg, "As We See It," in Educating Negotiators for a Connected World edited by Christopher Honeyman, James Coben, and Andrew Wei-Min Lee (DRI Press, 2013). (Co-authored with Bee Chen Goh, Habib Chamoun-Nicolas, Ellen E. Deason, and Sukhsimranjit Singh.) Read More
  • Richard A. Leo, "Acute Suggestibility in Police Interrogation: Self-Regulation Failure as a Primary Mechanism of Vulnerability," in Investigative Suggestibility: Theory, Research, and Applications edited by Anne Ridley (Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2012). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis.) SSRN
  • Constance de la Vega, "The Responsibility of States to Ensure that Companies Comply with Human Rights Mandates," in International Human Rights Forum Lucerne Series: Human Rights and Migration edited by Peter G. Kirchschläger and Thomas Kirchschläger (IHRF Volume Eight Stämpfli Verlag Bern, 2011).
  • Constance de la Vega, "Peer Review in the Mix: How the UPR Transforms Human Rights Discourse," in New Challenges for the Human Rights Machinery edited by Cherif Bassiouni and William Shabas (Cambridge: Intersentia, 2012). (Co-authored with Tamara Lewis.)
  • Rhonda Magee, "Contemplative Practice in Law Movement in America: An Overview," in Contemplation Nation: How Ancient Practices Are Changing the Way We Live  (Fetzer Institute, 2011). Read More
  • Tim Iglesias, "State and Local Regulation of Particular Types of Affordable Housing," in The Legal Guide to Affordable Housing Law edited by Tim Iglesias and Rochelle Lento (American Bar Association, Second Edition 2011). SSRN
  • Julie Nice, "Poverty as an Everyday State of Exception," in Accumulating Insecurity: Violence and Dispossession in the Making of Everyday Life edited by Shelley Feldman, Charles Geisler, and Gayatri A. Menon (University of Georgia Press, 2011). SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Three Prongs of the Confession Problem: Issues and Proposed Solutions," in The Future of Evidence: How Science and Technology will Change the Practice of Law edited by Jules Epstein, 231-262 (American Bar Association Books, 2011). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis.) SSRN
  • Alice Kaswan, "Reconciling Justice and Efficiency: Integrating Environmental Justice into Domestic Cap-and-Trade Programs for Controlling Greenhouse Gases," in Ethics and Global Climate Change edited by Denis Arnold (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011). SSRN
  • Tim Iglesias, "Housing Paradigms," in International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home  edited by Susan J. Smith, et al. (Elsevier, Ltd., 2010). SSRN
  • Joshua Paul Davis, "Chapter 11: Indirect-Purchaser Actions," in California Antitrust Law  (State Bar of California, Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section, Second edition Edition 2001). (Co-authored with Joseph R. Saveri, Charles Kagay, and Francis O. Scarpulla.)
  • Richard A. Leo, "The Three Errors: Pathways to False Confession and Wrongful Conviction," in Interrogations and Confessions: Current Research, Practice, and Policy edited by Daniel Lassiter and Christian Meissner (American Psychological Association, 2010). (Co-authored with Steve Drizin.) SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Disputed Interrogation Techniques in America: True and False Confessions and the Estimation and Valuation of Type I and II Errors," in Controversies in Innocence Cases in America , 57-72 (Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., May 2014). (Co-authored with Deborah Davis) SSRN
  • Richard A. Leo, "Psychological and Cultural Aspects of Interrogations and False Confessions: Using Research to Inform Legal Decision-Making," in Pyschological Expertise in Court edited by Joel Lieberman and Daniel Krauss (New York: Ashgate Ltd., 2009). (Co-authored with Mark Costanzo and Netta Shaked-Schroer.) SSRN
  • Jesse W. Markham Jr., "Chapter 23: Public Enforcement of California Antitrust Laws," in California State Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law  (State Bar of California/Matthew Bender, 2009). (Co-authored with Professor Joshua Davis.)
  • Jesse W. Markham Jr., "Antitrust Factors," in Sales and Mergers of California Business  (Continuing Education of the Bar, 2009).
  • Michelle T. Leighton, "Migrations and Slow Onset Disasters: Desertification and Drought," in Migration, Environment, and Climate Change: Assessing the Evidence edited by Frank Laczko (Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization on Migration, 2009). Read More
  • Bill Ong Hing, "Defending the Unpopular Immigrant," in Untold Civil Rights Stories edited by Stewart Kwoh and Russell Leong (2009).
  • Reza Dibadj, "Anti-Social Norms, Risky Behavior," in Corporate Boards: Managers of Risk, Sources of Risk edited by Robert W. Kolb and Donald Schwartz, 70 (Wiley Blackwell, 2009).
  • Richard A. Leo, "Police Interrogation and False Confessions in Rape Cases," in Practical Rape Investigation: A Multidisciplinary Approach edited by Roy Hazelwood and Ann Burgess (Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Fourth Edition 2008).
  • Bill Ong Hing, "Contemplating Solutions to Migration Challenges," in The Right to Stay Home  (Global Exchange, 2008).
  • Michelle T. Leighton, "Desertification and Migration," in Governing Global Desertification: Linking Environmental Degradation, Poverty and Participation edited by Pierre Marc Johnson, Karel Mayrand, and Marc Paquin (London: Ashgate Press, 2006).
  • Richard A. Leo, "Interrogation and Confessions," in The Encyclopedia of Criminology edited by J. Miller Mitchell and Richard A. Wright (New York, N.Y.: Routledge, 2005).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, "Chapter 6: Indirect-Purchaser Actions," in California Antitrust & Unfair Competition Law  (State Bar of California, Antitrust and Unfair Competition Law Section, Third edition: 2003, Fourth edition: 2005 Edition ). (Co-authored with Joseph R. Saveri and Francis O. Scarpulla.)
  • Michelle T. Leighton, "Desertification and Migration: Case Studies and Evaluation," in Desertification and Migration edited by Juan Puigdefábregas and Teresa Mendizábal (Logroño, Spain: Geoforma Ediciones, First Edition 1995). (Co-author)
  • Richard A. Leo, "Police Interrogation and Coercion in Domestic American History: Lessons for the War on Terror," in Torture, Law and War: What Are the Moral and Legal Boundaries on the Use of Coercion in Interrogation?  (Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, forthcoming). (with Alexa Koenig)
  • Richard A. Leo, "The Law of Interrogation," in Encyclopedia of Criminology & Criminal Justice  (New York, N.Y.: Springer, forthcoming). (with George C. Thomas III)
  • Richard A. Leo, "Disputed Interrogation Techniques in America: True and False Confessions and the Estimation and Valuation of Type I and II Errors," in Controversies in Innocence Cases in America  (Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey, England Edition forthcoming). (with Deborah Davis)
  • Constance de la Vega, "Human Rights: International Laws and Policies," in Encyclopedia on Gender and Sexuality  (forthcoming). (Co-authored with Kendall Kozai.)
  • Constance de la Vega, "International Human Rights Mechanisms: The Effects of the UPR on Human Rights Practices in the United States," in Human Rights and the Universal Periodic Review:Rituals and Ritualism  (Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming).

Opinion Pieces and Blog Posts

Other Publications

  • Constance de la Vega, Challenging Juvenile Life Without Parole: How Has Human Rights Made A Difference? (Human Rights Institute, Columbia Law School)
  • Alice Kaswan, "Adapting to Climate Change in the United States: Seven Principles for Achieving Fairness," Center for Progressive Reform (May 2013) (Issue Alert).
  • Michelle Travis, "Lessons on Jazz and Teaching Law," USF Lawyer, 21 (Spring 2013)
  • Constance de la Vega, Report, "Issue Submission for the Review of the United States of America” to the U.N. Human Rights Committee on behalf of Human Rights Advocates and the Human Rights Sentencing Project, USF Center for Law and Global Justice (December 2012) (Co-authored with Dana Isaac.)
  • Constance de la Vega, Report, “Cruel and Unusual: U.S. Sentencing Practices in a Global Context,” published by the USF School of Law Center for Law and Global Justice (May 2012) (Co-authored with Amanda Solter, Soo-Ryun Kwon, and Dana Marie Isaac.)
  • Tim Iglesias, "Faith-Based Participation in Housing: A Perspective," Catholic Community of Pleasanton Social Justice Newsletter (May 2012)
  • Tim Iglesias, "Exclusionary Zoning Enforcement: Passé or Alive and Kicking," 35 State and Local Law News 3 (2012) (Publication of the American Bar Association’s Section of State and Local Government Law.)
  • Rhonda Magee, "Paying Mind to the Challenge of Diversity: A Mindful Lawyer's Argument for Meditation," Mindful: Living with Awareness and Compassion, mindful.org (August 2011)
  • Constance de la Vega, Report, "Holding Businesses Accountable for Human Rights Violations: Recent Developments and Next Steps" (Dialogue on Globalization/Friedrich, Ebert, Siftung, July 2011) (Co-authored with Amol Mehra and Alexandra Wong. This report was one of two policy papers distributed at the July 2011 session of the Friedrich, Ebert, Siftung on steps toward business and human rights reforms at the U.N.)
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, "Leadership as a Product of Hard Work and Passion," 15 AALL Spectrum Members' Briefing 9 (July 2011) Read More
  • Tim Iglesias, The 30% Rule, The Law Teacher
  • Maya Manian, "Response, Hein and the Goldilocks Principle," published on the Mississippi Law Journal's online companion MISSing Sources (The paper is a response to "What the Hein Decision Can Tell Us About the Roberts Court and the Establishment Clause," 78 Mississippi Law Journal 199 2008.)
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, "A Tale of One CALI Lesson: Librarians Share a New Approach," 14(6) AALL Spectrum 24 (April 2010) Read More (Co-authored with Terrance Manion.)
  • Tristin Green, Book review of Critical Race Realism: Intersections of Psychology, Race, and Law (edited by Gregory S. Parks et al., 2008), 44:1 Law and Society Review 187 (2010)
  • Tristin Green, Sidebar, "On Macaws and Employer Liability: A Response to Professor Zatz," 109 Columbia Law Review 107 (2009)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, "An Imbalance of Representation: A Critique of the Antitrust Modernization Commission Recommendations Regarding Civil Remedies in Antitrust Cases," proceedings of the American Antitrust Institute’s First Annual Invitational Symposium on the Future of Private Antitrust Enforcement, Washington, D.C. (December 2007)
  • Maya Manian, "The War Powers Resolution—A Collective Judgment of One?" USF Lawyer (Spring/Summer 2007)
  • Michelle T. Leighton, “Desertification + Migration = Security?" published in the Desertification and Security Conference Proceedings, German Federal Foreign Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (2007)
  • Michelle T. Leighton, "Report on Human Rights Violations: Sentencing Our Children to Die in Prison" (2007). (Leighton was a principal author to the report published by the Frank C. Newman International Human Rights Law Clinic and the Center for Law and Global Justice of the USF School of Law, in association with Human Rights Advocates)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, California Class Action Practice and Procedure edited by Elizabeth J. Cabraser (Lexis, 2003) (Contributing Author)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, "Decisions Interpreting California’s Rules of Class Action Procedure," Survey of State Class Action Law (ABA, 2000-2003) (Co-authored with Elizabeth J. Cabraser, William B. Hirsch, Fabrice Vincent, Barry R. Himmelstein and Stephen H. Cassidy. The article was republished in the State Supplement Section in Newberg on Class Actions.)
  • Michelle T. Leighton, "Developing Indicators and Monitoring Tools to Promote Science and Community-Based Policies for Dryland Biodiversity Protection" (Global Environment Facility, 2003) (Co-author)
  • Michelle T. Leighton, "The Human Right to Water: Exploring Public and Private Legal Obligations for the Equitable Distribution, Transfer and Use of Water," published in the American Bar Association Fall Meeting, Section on Environment, Energy and Resources, Conference Proceedings (2003)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, "Statistical Proof," Employment Discrimination Law (BNA, Third Edition 2000) (Contributor | Cumulative Supplement)
  • Tristin Green, Comment, "Making Sense of the McDonnell Douglas Framework: Circumstantial Evidence and Proof of Disparate Treatment under Title VII," 86 California Law Review 983 (1999)
  • Tristin Green, Comment, "Complete Preemption: Removing the Mystery from Removal," 86 California Law Review 363 (1998)

Briefs

  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court, Northern District Court of California, Telephone Information Needed for a Criminal Investigation (2014) (No. No. 3:14-xr-90532-NC). (She prepared and filed an amicus brief, along with attorney Marcia Hofmann, in the Northern District of California in a case involving government access to historical cell site location data. She argued that the Fourth Amendment requires law enforcement agents to obtain a warrant based on probable cause before they may compel service providers to disclose customers' cell site location records. Marcia, who is a special counsel to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, filed the brief on Professor Friewald's behalf as amicus, and they partnered in writing the brief.) Read More
  • Tim Iglesias, California Supreme Court, California Building Industry Association v. City of San Jose, Amicus brief filed on behalf of the Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service () (No. S212072). (This brief refers to the review of challenges to an inclusionary zoning ordinance)
  • Jeffrey S. Brand, United States District Court, Southern District of New York, Delama Georges v. United Nations, A class action against the United Nation seeking remedies for the cholera epidemic that the UN brought to Haiti. It's filed on behalf of the 800,000 infected and 9,000 dead from the epidemic. (2014) (No. 1:13-cv-07146-JPO).
  • Constance de la Vega, Illinois Supreme Court, Davis v. Illinois, Brief in regards to juvenile life without parole. (2014) (No. 09-8354).
  • Constance de la Vega, Supreme Court of the United States, Hill v. U.S.A, Amicus brief for the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights on the international standards regarding juvenile life without parole. (2014) (No. 12.866).
  • Constance de la Vega, Supreme Court of California, People v. Moffett, Amicus brief on behalf of Amnesty International, the Disability Rights Legal Center, Human Rights Advocates, Loyola Law School Center for Juvenile Law and Policy and the USF Center for Law and Global Justice (2013) (No. E050406).
  • Constance de la Vega, Connecticut Supreme Court, State of Connecticut v. Santiago, amicus brief filed on behalf of 11 amici including the Human Rights Advocated and the USF Center for Law and Global Justice (2013). (The briefs refer to international treaty standards and practice of other countries in urging the court to rule that the legislation should be applied retroactively.)
  • Constance de la Vega, Connecticut Supreme Court, Webb. v. Commissioner of Correction, S.C. 18857, amicus brief filed on behalf of 11 amici including the Human Rights Advocated and the USF Center for Law and Global Justice (2013). (The briefs refer to international treaty standards and practice of other countries in urging the court to rule that the legislation should be applied retroactively.)
  • Constance de la Vega, U.S. Supreme Court, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, amicus brief filed on behalf of five amici curiae, Human Rights Advocates, Poverty & Race Research Action Council, The Advocates for Human Rights, University of Minnesota Human Rights Center, and the USF Center for Law and Global Justice. (2012) (No. 345). (Co-authored with Neil A.F. Popovic and Risa E. Kaufman.) Read More
  • Constance de la Vega, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, Bostic v. Bowersox, amicus brief filed on behalf of the Center for Law and Global Justice, Human Rights Advocates, and the Juvenile Law Center that argues Bostic's 241-year sentence received as a minor for a non-homicide crime is the equivalent of life without parole and unconstitutional (2012) (No. 4:11CV2193 FRB). (Co-authored with Dana Isaac.) Read More
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, brief in response to the Application of the United States of America for Historical Cell-Site Data (2013) (No. 20884). (Freiwald responds to the government's appeal of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas' denial of earlier application to retrieve historical cell site location data without a warrant.) Read More
  • Joshua Paul Davis, California Supreme Court, In re Cipro Cases I & II, brief on the legality under antitrust laws of reverse payments (2011) (No. S198616). (Co-authored by Richard Brunell, Albert Foer, and the American Antitrust Institute.)
  • Constance de la Vega, U.S. Supreme Court, Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs, amicus brief filed on behalf of 19 international bar associations and seven international NGO and human rights centers on international law, practice, and treaties that address juvenile life without parole sentences. (2012). (Co-authored with Dana Isaac, Neil Popovic, and Courtney Barklem.)
  • Constance de la Vega, California Supreme Court, People v. Caballero (2011) (No. S190647). (Co-authored brief on behalf of numerous human rights organizations. The brief argues that the 110-year to life sentence given to a juvenile offender for a non-homicide crime violates the Constitution, international law, and U.S. treaty obligations. Read brief here.)
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Appeal from Memorandum Order Entered by the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania (2009) (No. 08-4227). (Authored amicus briefs in a case involving the legal procedures under which law enforcement agents can compel cellular providers to disclose historical records of cell sites passed by subscriber in his use of cell phone.) Read More
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Brief of Amicus Curiae Susan Freiwald in Favor of Affirmance (2008). (Authored amicus briefs in a case involving the legal procedures under which law enforcement agents can compel cellular providers to disclose historical records of cell sites passed by subscriber in his use of cell phone.) Read More
  • Michelle Travis, U.S. Supreme Court, AT&T v. Hulteen et al (2008) (No. 07-543). (The brief was signed by professors of law on behalf of respondents Hulteen et al. Read brief here.)
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, Warshak v. United States (November 2006) (No. 06-4092). (Co-authored with Tricia Bellia on behalf of law professors of cyberspace law and electronic surveillance. Argued that to comply with the Fourth Amendment the Electronic Communications Privacy Act must be interpreted to require a probable-cause warrant before investigators may require internet service providers to turn over the contents of their subscribers' email accounts.) Read More
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District for the Northern District of California, Hepting v. AT & T, 439 F.Supp.2d 974 (2006). Read More
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Supreme Court of California, Ketchum v. Moses, 24 Cal. 4th 1122 (2001). (Co-authored with Charles B. Renfrew, Robert J. Nelson, and Caryn Becker. Represented The Bar Association of San Francisco.)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, Carter v. West Publishing Co., No. 99-11959-E (11th Cir.1999). (Co-authored with James M. Finberg. Represented the National Employment Lawyers Association, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Florida State Conference of NAACP Branches, the National Women's Law Center, the American Jewish Congress, and the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, Inc.)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Kolstad v. American Dental Association, 527 U.S. 526 (1999). (Co-authored with James M. Finberg, Jonathan D. Selbin, and Paulina do Amarai. Represented the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, the National Partnership for Women & Families, the National Women's Law Center, the National Organization for Women Legal Defense and Education Fund, and the American Civil Liberties Union.)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Allison v. Citgo Petroleum Corp., 151 F.3d 402 (5th Cir.1998). (Request for rehearing en banc. Co-authored with James M. Finberg. Represented the National Employment Lawyers Association.)

Court Citation of Research

  • Richard A. Leo, Nebraska Court of Appeals, Dean v. State ((2014)(No. 288 Neb. 530) .
  • Richard A. Leo, Supreme Court of Georgia, Woodall v. State ((2014)(No. 754 S.E.2d 335) .
  • Richard A. Leo, Massachusetts Supreme Court, Commonwealth v. Hoose ((2014)(No. 5 N.E.3d 843) .
  • Richard A. Leo, U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, Poventud v. City of New York ((2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Tennessee Supreme Court, State v. Bishop ((2014)(No. W2010-01207-SC-R11-CD) .
  • Richard A. Leo, Nebraska Supreme Court, Nebraska Supreme Court ((2014)(No. 844 N.W.2d 791 ) .
  • Richard A. Leo, U.S. District Court for the 9th Circuit, United States v. Preston ((2014)(No. 11-10511) .
  • Richard A. Leo, California Court of Appeals, People v. Whatley ((2014)(No. G049642, 2014 WL 1499553) .
  • Richard A. Leo, California Court of Appeals, People v. Carino ((2014)(No. No. B244423, 2014 WL 1256072) .
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, United States of America, Plaintiff, v. Carlos Powell, et al. (E.D. Mich. 2013)(No. 12-cr-20052) . (The court cited Freiwald's article "Cell Phone Location Data and the Fourth Amendment: A Question of Law, Not Fact," Maryland Law Review.)
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, United States Supreme Court, Already, LLC v. Nike, Inc., WL 85300 (2013). (McCarthy's treatise, McCarthy on Trademarks and Unfair Competition was cited as an authority. This is the 10th time the Supreme Court has cited McCarthy's treatise.)
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, overruled government objections to 2010 ruling that found cell data location information constitutionally protected (S.D. Tex. 2011)(No. Misc. H-II-223) . (The court concurred with Freiwald's brief that argued cellular location information is protected under the Fourth Amendment.)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Caroline Behren v. Comcast Corporation (2011). (Decision affirmed class certification for antitrust case.)
  • Richard A. Leo, United States Supreme Court, J.D.B. v. North Carolina, WL 2369508 (2011)(No. 09-11121) .
  • Joshua Paul Davis, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Sullivan, et al. v. De Beers (2010). (Amicus brief on certification of settlement class and approval of class action settlement on behalf of the American Antitrust Institute.)
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, United States v. Warshak, 631 F. 3d 266 (6th Cir. 2010)(No. 08-3997/4085/4087/4212/4429, 09-3176) . (The court cited Freiwald and Patricia L. Bellia's article "Fourth Amendment Protection for Stored E-Mail.")
  • Joshua Paul Davis, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin, In Re: Lawnmower Engine Horsepower Marketing & Sales Practices Litigation MDL. (2010)(No. 08–1999) .
  • Richard A. Leo, U.S. Supreme Court, Maryland v. Shatzer, 559 U.S. (2010).
  • Richard A. Leo, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, Michael Crowe et al. v. County of San Diego et al., U.S. App. 2074 (2010).
  • Richard A. Leo, Washington Supreme Court, State of Washington v. A.N.J., 2010 Wash 69 (2010).
  • Richard A. Leo, U.S. Supreme Court, Corley v. United States, 129 S.Ct 1558 (2009).
  • Richard A. Leo, U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Wade v. Brady, 612 F. Supp 2d 90 (2009).
  • Richard A. Leo, Washington Supreme Court, State of Washington v. Riofta, 209 P.3d 467 (2009).
  • Richard A. Leo, Wisconsin Court of Appeals, State of Wisconsin v. Fairconatue, Wisc. App. 491 (2009).
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, In the Matter of the Application of the United States of America for an Order Directing a Provider of Electronic Communication Service to Disclose Records to the Government, 620 F.3d 304 (3d Cir. 2010)(No. 08-4227) .
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, United States of America v. David Szymuszkiewicz, WL 1873657 (E.D. Wis. 2009). (The court cited Freiwald's article "Online Surveillance: Remembering the Lessons of the Wiretap Act," Alabama Law Review.)
  • Steven F. Shatz, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California, Dickey v. Ayers, WL 2131564 (E.D.Cal 2008)(No. CIV. F-06-357-AWI-P) .
  • Susan Freiwald, Supreme Court of California, Barret v. Rosenthal, Cal. Rptr.3d 55, 146 P.3d 510 (Cal. 2006). (The court cites Freiwald's 2001 article "Comparative Institutional Analysis in Cyberspace: The Case of Intermediary Liability for Defamation," Harvard Journal of Law & Technology.)
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, Hy Cite Corporation v. Badbusinessbureau, 418 F.Supp.2d 1142 (D. Ariz. 2005)(No. CIV. 04-2856 PHX EHC) . (The court cites Freiwald's 2001 article "Comparative Institutional Analysis in Cyberspace: The Case of Intermediary Liability for Defamation," Harvard Journal of Law & Technology.)
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, In Re Application for Pen Register and Trap/Trace Device with Cell Site Location Authority, 396 F.Supp.2d 747 (S.D. Tex. 2005)(No. H-05-557M) . (The court cites Freiwald's 1996 article "Uncertain Privacy: Communication Attributes After the Digital Telephony Act.")
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, In the Matter of the Application of the United States of America for an Order Authorizing (1) Installation and Use of a Pen Register and Trap and Trace Device, 396 F.Supp.2d.294 (E.D. New York 2005).
  • Richard A. Leo, U.S. Supreme Court, Missouri v. Seibert, 124 S. Ct. 2601 (2004).
  • Susan Freiwald, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Batzel v. Smith, 333 F.3d 1018 (9th Cir. 2003)(No. 01-563830, 01-56556) . (The court cites Freiwald's 2001 article "Comparative Institutional Analysis in Cyberspace: The Case of Intermediary Liability for Defamation," Harvard Journal of Law & Technology.)

Presentations

  • Tristin Green, Panelist, "It’s Me, Not You: Assessing an Emerging Relationship Between Systemic Employment Discrimination Law and Social Science," The Association of American Law Schools 2013 Annual Meeting,  "Global Education and the Legal Academy," New Orleans, La. (January 2013).
  • Tristin Green, Presenter, "Discrimination Laundering: The Rise of Organizational Innocence and the Future of Equal Opportunity Law," Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, Wash. (March 2014).
  • Tristin Green, Presenter, "America is From Venus, France is From Mars:  A Transnational Perspective on Harassment Law,"   "AALS Workshop on Transnational Perspectives for Equality Law," Washington D.C. (June 2014).
  • Tim Iglesias, Presenter, "Clarifying 'Housing Opportunity' and 'Housing Rights': Useful Service or Fool's Errand," University of Minnesota Law School Association for Law, Property, and Society,  "4th Annual Meeting," Minneapolis, Minn. (April 2013).
  • Tim Iglesias, Presenter, "Do Fair Housing Laws Even Apply to 'Shared Living Situations'? Or, the Trouble with Roommates," Golden Gate University School of Law State Bar of California, Real Property Law Section,  "5th Annual Fair Housing and Public Accommodations Symposium," San Francisco, Calif. (April 2013).
  • Tim Iglesias, Presenter, "Challenging the Two Person Per Bedroom Standard," National Fair Housing Alliance Webinar,  "Residential Occupancy Standards and Fair Housing Law" (May 2012). (Co-presented with Ellen Pader and Scott Chang.)
  • Tim Iglesias, Moderator, "Fair Housing, Residential Segregation, and the Siting of Affordable Housing," American Bar Association's 21st Annual Conference on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law,  "Making the Case for Affordable Housing and Community Development," Washington, D.C. (May 2012).
  • Tim Iglesias, Presenter, Pace Law School's Engaged Scholarship for Law Professors Symposium, White Plains, N.Y. (May 2012). (Invitation-only Symposium)
  • Tim Iglesias, Presenter, "Affordable Housing Development 101," UC Berkeley, Berkeley, Calif. (September 2013).
  • Thomas A. Nazario, Presenter, "Living on A Dollar A Day," City Club of Los Angeles  "Assuming Leadership on the Toughest Issues," Los Angeles, Calif. (July 2014).
  • Susan Freiwald, Presenter, "The New Frontiers of Privacy Harm," Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado,  "Is Government Surveillance Harmful?," Boulder, Colo. (January 2014).
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "Evaluating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act Reform Proposals," University of California Hastings College of the Law Communications and Entertainment Law Journal and Hastings Science and Technology Law Journal,  "The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act: Transformation After Tragedy," San Francisco, Calif. (March 2013). (Co-presented with Kade Crockford, Cindy Cohn, Jonathan Mayer, and Sebastian Kraska.)
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "The Fourth Amendment and Tracking After U.S. v. Jones," Yale Law School,  "Location Tracking and Biometric Conference," New Haven, Conn. (March 2013).
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "Electronic Communications Privacy Act Reform," Stanford Law School,  "Privacy Challenges in the Internet Age," Stanford, Calif. (April 2014).
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "Government, Data Collection, and Surveillance," UC Hastings College of the Law,  "The Value of Privacy," San Francisco, Calif. (April 2014).
  • Susan Freiwald, Presenter, "Current Privacy Conflicts Arising from Social Networks," New Jersey Civil Division Education Conference, New Brusnwick, N.J. (April 2013).
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "Responding to Law Enforcement," Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology's Ninth Annual Stanford E-Commerce Best Practices Conference, Palo Alto, Calif. (June 2012). (Co-paneled with Joseph DeMarco, Mark Zwillinger, and Jennifer Granick.)
  • Susan Freiwald, Presenter, "Managing the Muddled Mass of Big Data," Big Data and Privacy: Making Ends Meet, Washington D.C.  (September 2013).
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "INET San Francisco: Surveillance and Public Policy," CNET Headquarters, San Francisco, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Susan Freiwald, Presenter, "Presentation On Privacy," Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco  "Federal Reserve's Information Technology Law Work Group Training," San Francisco, CA (October 2013).
  • Susan Freiwald, Presenter, "What NSA Surveillance Means for Business and Entrepreneurship," University of Colorado  "Silicon Flatirons Center and ACLU of Colorado Roundtable," Boulder, Colo. (January 2014).
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "Digital Media in the Age of NSA Surveillance," Computer History Museum  "Legal Frontiers in Digital Media: The Seventh Annual Conference on Emerging Legal Issues Surrounding Digital Publishing and Content Distribution," Mountain View, Calif.  (May 2014).
  • Susan Freiwald, Panelist, "Law Enforcement Access to Third Party Records," University of Oklahoma,  "Oklahoma Law Review Symposium," Norman, Okla. (November 2013).
  • Shalanda H. Baker, Presenter, "Is Fracking the New Financial Crisis? Exploring Hybridity and Risk in Energy Development," University of Minnesota Consortium on Law and Values,  "Legal Policy & Pathways for Energy Innovation," Minneapolis, Minn. (April 2013).
  • Shalanda H. Baker, Presenter, "All Fall Down: Energy Production and the Convergence of Environmental and Financial Risks," Vermont Law School Third Annual Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship, South Royalton, Vt. (October 2012).
  • Shalanda H. Baker, Presenter, "Is Fracking the New Financial Crisis?," Lat Crit 2013 Biennial Conference  "Resistance Rising: Theorizing and Building Cross-Sector Movements," Chicago, IL (October 2013).
  • Shalanda H. Baker, Presenter, "Shifting International Economic Law Paradigms:  El Salvador at the Brink," Cross-Border Regionalism and the Public-Private Divide  "The Legal Challenges of Globalization:  A View from the Heartland," St. Louis, MO (October 2013). (Washington University School of Law)
  • Shalanda H. Baker, Presenter, "Contracting in the Binary: Fissures Along the Public-Private Border and the Growing Systemic Risks of [International] Development," University of Wisconsin Law School ClassCrits V Workshop,  "From Madison to Zuccotti Park: Confronting Class and Reclaiming the American Dream," Madison, Wis. (November 2012).
  • Shalanda H. Baker, Presenter, "Development Finance and Sustainability: At Odds?," International Finance, Human Rights, and the Environment, Florida A&M University College of Law,  "Empowering Environmental Justice Communities Locally and Globally," Orlando, Fla. (November 2013).
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, Panelist, "Law Libraries of the 21st Century: Butterflies, Phoenixes, or the Same Old Thing?," The Association of American Law Schools 2013 Annual Meeting,  "Global Engagement and the Legal Academy," New Orleans, La. (January 2013). (Co-presented with Barbara Bintliff and Lance Query.)
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, Panelist, "The Law Library: Creative and Strategic Innovation in the Midst of Change," Association of American Law Schools Committee on Libraries and Technology, New York, N.Y. (January 2014).
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, Presenter, "Conference of Newer Law Librarians," American Association of Law Libraries' 106 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA (July 2013).
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, Presenter, "Update on the American Association of Law Libraries," Association of Law Libraries of Upstate New York,  "Building Blocks 58th Annual Meeting," Buffalo, N.Y. (September 2012).
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, Presenter, "Update on the American Association of Law Libraries," San Diego Area Law Libraries, A Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries,  "Fall 2012 Workshop: MBTI Discovery and Communication for Legal and Law Related Professions," San Diego, Calif. (October 2012).
  • Ronald E. Wheeler, Moderator, Western Pacific Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting  "The Impact of WestlawNext on Legal Research and Legal Research Instruction," San Francisco (October 2010).
  • Rodney Fong, Panelist, "Examining and Commemorating Brown v. Board and the Civil Rights Act," Annual Meeting 2014, Center for Racial and Ethnic Diversity, Boston, Mass. (August 2014).
  • Rodney Fong, Presenter, "Lunch Roundtable on Admissions: Do We Know What Makes a Good Lawyer," University of Denver College of Law  "SALT/Denver Law Pipeline Conference," Denver, Colo. (March 2014).
  • Robert E. Talbot, Presenter, "Beyond The Bailout, Risk, Responsibility and The Road Ahead," UC Hastings College of the Law  "UC Hastings College of the Law," San Francisco, Calif. (April 2009).
  • Robert E. Talbot, Presenter, "Beyond The Bailout, Risk, Responsibility and The Road Ahead," UC Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, Calif. (April 2009).
  • Richard T. Sakai, Presenter, "Destination Law School," Bar Association of San Francisco College to Law Diversity Program, San Francisco, Calif. (October, November 2010). (Sakai introduced law and law school to aspiring minority students attending Bay Area colleges and universities. The program is designed to increase the opportunities for, and representation of, minorities in the legal profession.)
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "False Confessions," California Attorneys for Criminal Justice/California Public Defenders Association,  "Capital Defense Seminar," Monterey, Calif. (February 2013).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Interrogation, Coercion, and False Confessions: Understanding and Identifying the Issues," California Attorneys for Criminal Justice and California Public Defenders Association Case Capital Defense Seminar Program, Monterey, Calif. (February 2010).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Social Psychological Testimony Regarding Interrogations and Confessions," American Psychology - Law Society Annual Conference, Portland, Ore. (March 2013).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "To Walk in Their Shoes: The Problem of Recognizing False Confessions," American Psychology - Law Society Annual Conference, Portland, Ore. (March 2013). (Co-presented with Deborah Davis.)
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Interrogation Through Pragmatic Implication: Sticking to the Letter of the Law While Violating Its Intent," Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, Calif. (April 2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "The Problem of Interrogation-Induced False Confession: Sources of Failure in Prevention and Detection," Western Psychological Association 2012 Convention, Burlingame, Calif. (April 2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "The Science of False Confessions," Washington State Courts Continuing Judicial Education Conference, Cle Elum, Wash. (April 2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "False Confession and Wrongful Conviction: Causes, Consequences, and Solutions," Susquehanna University.  Arlin M. Adams Center For Law and Society Distinguished Lecture,  Selinsgrove, PA (April 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "False Confessions, Erroneous Convictions and Safeguarding the Innocent,"   "The Rand Corporation," Santa Monica, Calif. (May 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "An Early Peek at the Results: An Empirical Study of Wrongful Convictions Versus 'Near Misses'," 2012 International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, Hawaii (June 2012). (Co-presented with Jon Gould and Julia Carrano.)
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Why Interrogation Contamination Occurs," Association of American Law Schools Mid-Year Meeting,  "Conference on Criminal Justice," San Diego, Calif. (June 2013).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "The Justice Gap and the Promise of Criminological Research,"   "Western Society of Criminology," Honolulu, HA (February 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Litigating False Confession Cases," Cardozo Law School, New York, N.Y. (June 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Police Interrogation and Coerced and False Confessions," Los Angeles Public Defender’s Office. Van Nuys and Downtown Offices, Los Angeles, Calif. (April 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Presenting Expert Testimony," Cardozo Law School, New York, N.Y. (June 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "The Problem of Wrongful Conviction," University of California, Irvine,The Newkirk Center for Science and Society, The Center for Law, Society and Culture, and The Center for Psychology and Law, Irvine, Calif. (April 2014).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Promoting Accuracy in the Use of Confession Evidence: An Argument for Pre-Trial Reliability Hearings to Prevent Wrongful Convictions," American University Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C. (September 2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "False Confessions: Causes, Consequences, Solutions," Roosevelt University,  "2012 Second Annual Wrongful Convictions Distinguished Speakers Series," Chicago, Ill. (November 2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Innocent Differences? An Empirical Study of Wrongful Convictions vs. 'Near Misses'," American Constitution of Criminology,  "2012 Annual Meeting," Chicago, Ill. (November 2012). (Co-presented with Jon Gould and Julia Carrano.)
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Life After Death Row," American Constitution of Criminology,  "2012 Annual Meeting," Chicago, Ill. (November 2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Promoting Accuracy in the Use of Confession Evidence: An Argument for Pre-Trial Reliability Hearings to Prevent Wrongful Convictions," The Temple Law Review,  "False Confessions: Intersecting Science, Ethics, and the Law," Philadelphia, Pa. (November 2012).
  • Richard A. Leo, Presenter, "Contamination Confessions," Duke University School of Law,  "Accuracy and Error in Decision-Making in the Criminal Justice Process," Durham, N.C. (December 2012).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Creating Inclusive and Identity-Safe Classrooms," University of San Francisco Center for Teaching Excellence, San Francisco, Calif. (January 2014).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Contemplative Lawyering: Integrating the Threads of Peacemaking and Healing," Phoenix School of Law's  "Lawyers as Peacemakers and Healers - Cutting Edge Law Conference," Phoenix, Arizona (February 2013). (Closing Keynote)
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Inclusivity, Identity-Safety and Maximum Performance: Notes on Contemplative Approaches to Classrooms that Work for All," University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. (February 2014).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Wise Warrior, Peacemaker, Healer of Broken Systems? On Contemplative Approaches to Law, Lawyering and Social Justice," University of Virginia School of Law, Charlottesville, Va. (February 2014).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Mindful, Compassionate Lawyers: A Report from the Field of Cutting Edge Law," University of California, Berkeley Greater Good Society,  "Practicing Mindfulness and Compassion," Richmond, Calif. (March 2013).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Legal Education as Contemplative Multicultural Inquiry: Lessons from a (Lifelong) Course on Race, Law, and Beloved Community," Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education Webinar, (May 2012).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Beyond Burnout: The Mindful Judge," Arizona Judicial Conference, Tucson, Ariz. (June 2012).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Beyond Burnout: The Mindful Lawyer," State Bar of Arizona's Annual Convention, Phoenix, Ariz. (June 2012).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Happiness, Ethics, and Meaning: How Mindfulness Works for Lawyers," 2012 International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, Hawaii (June 2012).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Mindfulness Across the Legal Curriculum," Berkeley Law School, Workshop on Mindfulness and Legal Education, Berkeley, Calif. (June 2013).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "A Personal Sense of Justice: Mindfulness-Based Psychology as the Foundation of Law Student Well-being," University of Colorado, Workshop and Colloquium on Law and Subjective Well-being, Boulder, Colo. (June 2013).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Mindfulness and Professional Identity Development for Lawyers," UC Davis Initiative for Mindfulness and Law Event, Davis, Calif. (October 2012).
  • Rhonda Magee, Moderator, "Social Class in Academia," University of San Francisco,  "And We Still Rise: Building from the Intersections of Race, Class & Gender/Sexuality in Academia," San Francisco, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Mindful Leadership," Graduate School of Management, University of San Francisco  "Leadership for the Common Good, MOPA 641," San Francisco, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Mindfulness and Inclusivity in Effective Conflict Management," Effective Lawyering: The Meditative Perspective,, Woodacre, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Mindfulness and Professional Responsibility," Effective Lawyering: The Meditative Perspective,, Woodacre, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Rhonda Magee, Presenter, "Mindfulness and the Pedagogy of Race and Social Justice," Introduction to Contemplative Practices in Higher Education,, Rhinebeck, N.Y. (October 2013).
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Presenter, "Presentation on Witness to Guantanamo Project," Occidental College, Los Angeles, Calif. (March 2014). (Prof. Jan Honigsberg discusses and shows video clips from interviews of former detainees and others who have lived or worked in the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.)
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Presenter, "Witness to Guantánamo," UC Riverside  "Guantánamo Public Memory Project," Riverside, Calif. (July 2013).
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Presenter, "Filming Detainees and Other Voices: The Witness to Guantanamo Project," UCLA Human Rights Archives Symposium,, Los Angeles, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Presenter, "Witness to Guantanamo Presentation," Guantánamo Public Memory Project, Arizona State University  "Human Library Experience," Phoenix, Ariz. (November 2013).
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Presenter, "Linguistic Isolation," American Society of International Law Conference, New York University,  "New Perspectives on Human Right," New York, N.Y. (November 2013).
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Panelist, "National Security’s New Paradigm: Confronting the Post-9/11 Past," Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU,  "Why Remember Guantánamo? GTMO Before 9-11, What Now, and What’s Next," New York, N.Y. (December 2012).
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Presenter, Harvard Social Anthropology Program Seminar Series  "Witness to Guantanamo," Cambridge, Mass. (April 2010).
  • Peter Jan Honigsberg, Presenter, New York University's Cantor Film Center Panel, New York, N.Y. (April 2010). (Honigsberg spoke and presented video clips on the Witness to Guantanamo project.)
  • Patricia Fitzsimmons, Presenter, "Special Education Rights and Responsibilities," San Francisco General Hospital Infant Parent Program, San Francisco, Calif. (April 2013).
  • Michelle Travis, Presenter, "Disabling the Gender Pay Gap: Lessons from the Social Model of Disability," University of Denver, Sturm College of Law  "Revisiting Sex: Gender and Sex Discrimination Fifty Years after the Civil Rights Act," Denver, Colo. (January 2014).
  • Michelle Travis, Presenter, "Pregnancy Accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act,"   "Work and Family Researchers Network," New York, NY (June 2014).
  • Michelle Travis, Commentator, "The Flexibility Stigma and the Caretaker Penalty: Legal and Sociological Perspectives," Work and Family Research Network Inaugural Conference, New York, N.Y. (June 2012).
  • Michelle Travis, Presenter, "The Meaning of Disability," Southeastern Association of Law Schools, Amelia Island, Fla. (August 2014).
  • Michelle Travis, Presenter, "The 'Part and Parcel' of Impairment Discrimination," Loyola University Chicago School of Law and Northwestern University School of Law  "Seventh Annual Labor and Employment Law Colloquium," Chicago, Ill. (September 2012).
  • Michelle Travis, Panelist, "Disqualifying Universality Under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act," Eighth Annual Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor and Employment Law,, Las Vegas, Nev. (September 2013).
  • Maya Manian, Presenter, "Lessons from Personhood's Defeat: Abortion Restrictions and Side Effects on Women's Health," Santa Clara Law's Faculty Workshop, Santa Clara, Calif. (January 2013).
  • Maya Manian, Presenter, "Lessons from Personhood's Defeat: Abortion restrictions and Side Effects on Women's Health," The Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law,  "Liberty/Equality: The View from Roe's 40th and Lawrence's 10th Anniversaries," Los Angeles, Calif. (January 2013).
  • Maya Manian, Presenter, "The Consequences of Abortion Restrictions for Women’s Healthcare," Washington and Lee Law School  "Symposium 'Roe at 40: The Controversy Continues'," Lexington, Va. (November 2013).
  • Manuel Vargas, Presenter, "Las Casas, Moral Status, and The Philosophy of Conquest," Stanford University  "Structured Liberal Education Program," Stanford, Calif. (January 2014).
  • Manuel Vargas, Presenter, "Mitigation and Diminished Responsibility," Central Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association  "Society for the Philosophy of Agency," Chicago, Ill. (February 2014).
  • Manuel Vargas, Presenter, "What is Social Justice?," University of San Francisco  "Living the Mission," San Francisco, Calif. (January 2014).
  • Manuel Vargas, Commentator, "Implicit Bias, Moods, and Moral Responsibility," American Philosophical Association Pacific Division, San Francisco, Calif. (March 2013).
  • Manuel Vargas, Presenter, "Implicit Bias, Philosophy, Latinos?," Stony Brook University,  "Latino/a Philosopher: A National Symposium," Stony Brook, N.Y. (March 2013).
  • Manuel Vargas, Presenter, "Negligence and Social Self-Governance," University of Arizona Department of Philosophy and Center for the Philosophy of Freedom,  "Workshop on Free Will and Moral Responsibility," Tucson, Ariz. (February 2013).
  • Manuel Vargas, Presenter, "What Huck Finn Values," University of San Francisco Department of Philosophy,  "Faculty Salon Talk" (September 2012).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Seneca Falls, Selma, and Stonewall: Exploring Diversity Through the Lens of Intersectionality," University of San Francisco School of Law Student Bar Association's Diversity Week, (January 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Intersection between LGBT and Reproductive Rights," The West Regional Conference of Law Students for Reproductive Justice, San Francisco, Calif. (January 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Affirmative Action After Fisher v. University of Texas," University of San Francisco American Constitution Society, Black Law Students Association, and La Raza Students Association, (February 2013). (Co-presented with Professor John Adler.)
  • Julie Nice, Moderator, "Affirmative Action: Beyond the Classroom," University of San Francisco Law Review Symposium,  "The Future of Affirmative Action After Fisher" (February 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Panelist, "Segregation after Brown v. Board of Education: The Issue of Self-Segregation in Today's Society," University of San Francisco School of Law  "Student Bar Association Diversity Committee," San Francisco, Calif. (February 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Constitutional Rights of LGBT Youth in Public Schools," American Bar Association Conference, Chicago, Ill. (February 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "A Conversation about Vulnerability and Law," University of San Francisco School of Law, San Francisco, Calif. (February 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "What Is Sexuality Law? The Linkages between Sex, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Reproductive Justice," University of San Francisco School of Law, San Francisco, Calif. (March 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Fisher v. Texas: The End of Affirmative Action?," American Constitution Society Panel, University of San Francisco School of Law (April 2012).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Whither the Canaries?," Drake Law School 2012 Constitutional Law Center Symposium,  "Constitutionalism and the Poor," Des Moines, Iowa (April 2012).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Equality before the Supreme Court: United States v. Windsor and the Defense of Marriage Act," University of San Francisco Pride Law Association, (April 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Panelist, "The Poverty State," Law and Society Association,  "Annual Meeting," Boston, Mass. (May 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Moderator, "Presentation as part of Author-Meets-Reader panel on Ruthann Robson’s book 'Dressing Constitutionally'," Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN (May 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Race, Class, and the Legal Perpetuation of Subordination: Historical Reflections and Modern Trends,"   "Law and Society Association Annual Meeting," Minneapolis, Minn. (May 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Moderator, "Comparative Mobilization for LGBT Rights," 2012 International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, Hawaii (June 2012).
  • Julie Nice, Moderator, "Economic Injustice and Momentary Unrest," 2012 International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, Hawaii (June 2012).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Protecting the Rights of Students and Student Organizations in Public Schools,"   "American Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Webinar" (June 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Coding, Mapping, and Mashing Up: Analytical Collaboration in Action," Northwestern University School of Law and Institute for Law Teaching  "What the Best Law Teachers Do conference," Chicago, Ill. (June 2014).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Season for Gay Rights? A Discussion of Emerging Constitutional Law," Legal Aid Society - Employment Law Center,  "Elizabeth J. Cabraser 2012 Summer Brown Bag Lectures in Public Interest Law," San Francisco, Calif. (July 2012). (Co-presented with Amy Whelan and Claudia Center via Skype.)
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Considering Religious Exemptions in the Context of Constitutional Commitments to Liberty and Equality," National LGBT Bar Association,  "Lavender Law Conference," San Francisco, Calif. (August 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "'Marriage, Momentum, and More' PrideLaw," University of San Francisco,  "Prop. 8 Update," San Francisco, Calf.  (November 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Constitutional Implications of Cyberbullying Laws," American Bar Association Teleconference, (September 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Constitution on Campus: The Case of Christian Legal Society v. Martinez," UC Hastings College of Law Symposium, sponsored by the UC Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, San Francisco, Calif. (October 2010).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "Class, Sexuality, Youth, and the Role of the State," LGBT Youth: Reconciling Pride, Family, and Community, Philadelphia, Pa. (October 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Legacy of Dandridge v. Williams," Symposium on Poverty Law: Cases, Teaching, and Scholarship, Washington D.C. (October 2013).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Price of No Rights," University of Wisconsin Law School ClassCrits V Workshop,  "From Madison to Zuccotti Park: Confronting Class and Reclaiming the American Dream," Madison, Wis. (November 2012).
  • Julie Nice, Presenter, "The Hardening of Stratification within Legal Education," Southwestern Law School,  "ClassCrits Conference," Los Angeles, Calif. (November 2013).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Panelist, "Class Action and Remedies," George Washington University Law School Law Review,  "Class Action Symposium," Washington, D.C. (March 2013). (Co-presented with Edward F. Sherman, Robert Klonoff, Jay H. Tidmarch, Arthur H. Bryant, and Lauren Barnes.)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Presenter, "Class Wide Recoveries," George Washington University Law School Law Review,  "Class Action Symposium," Washington, D.C. (March 2013).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Presenter, "The Puzzle of Uninjured Class Members," George Washington University Law School Law Review,  "Class Action Symposium," Washington, D.C. (March 2013). (Co-authored with Eric L. Cramer, Caitlin V. May.)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Presenter, "Ascertainability and Uninjured Class Members as Growing Threats to Class Certification," Impact Fund’s 12th Annual Class Action Conference, Oakland, Calif. (February 2014).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Panelist, "The Conundrum of Class Settlement Approval: How a Judge Figures Out What’s Really in the Best Interests of the Class," Northern District of California,  "2013 Judicial Conference," Napa, Calif. (April 2013).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Presenter, "Antitrust Implications of a Supreme Court Class Action Trifecta - Amgen, Comcast and Standard Fire," Bar Association of San Francisco,  "Antitrust & Business Regulation," San Francisco, Calif. (June 2013).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Presenter, "Legal Dualism and Legal Ethics," International Legal Ethics Conference, London, United Kingdom (July 2014).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Co-Organizer, presentation by Dr. Clarence B. Jones,  "Pivotal Legal and Leadership Policy Decisions Faced by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.," University of San Francisco School of Law (September 2012). (Co-sponsored by the Center for Law and Ethics.)
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Presenter, "Can Competition Concepts Be Made Comprehensible to Juries (and Judges)?," Stanford University  "Business Behavior and Competition Policy in the Courtroom: Current Challenges for Judges," Palo Alto, Calif. (August 2014).
  • Joshua Paul Davis, Presenter, "Report on Jury Instructions in Civil Antitrust Cases," American Antitrust Institute’s Sixth Annual Private Antitrust Enforcement Conference at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. (December 2012). (Co-presented with Shannon Wheatman.)
  • John M. Adler, Presenter, "Affirmative Action After Fisher v. University of Texas," University of San Francisco American Constitution Society, Black Law Students Association, and La Raza Students Association, (February 2013). (Co-presented with Professor Julie Nice)
  • John M. Adler, Moderator, "The Road to Fisher," University of San Francisco Law Review Symposium,  "The Future of Affirmative Action After Fisher" (February 2013).
  • John M. Adler, Moderator, "Session discussing Christopher Wolf’s paper on conducting Use Analysis to Measure and Mitigate Privacy Harm," Georgetown Law School  "Seventh Annual Privacy Law Scholars Conference," Washington D.C. (June 2014).
  • John M. Adler, Presenter, "The Effects of the 1965 Act on African Immigration to the United States," UC Davis  "Conference on the Immigration Act of 1965," Davis, Calif. (February 2014).
  • John M. Adler, Presenter, "Seven Principles for Equitable Climate Adaptation," University of San Francisco  "SBA Faculty Engagement Series," San Francisco, Calif. (January 2014).
  • John J. Osborn Jr., Presenter, "Small Steps to Increase Jobs for Law Students: The Creation of the Estate Planning Society at USF School of Law," University of the Pacific McGeorge Law Review,  "The State and Future of Legal Education," Sacramento, Calif. (April 2013).
  • John J. Osborn Jr., Presenter, "The Paper Chase 40th Anniversary at Harvard Law School," , Cambridge, Mass. (September 2012).
  • John Denvir, Presenter, "Seeing the Big Picture: Why Law Fails in 'The Wire'," University of Tilburg in The Netherlands,  "Law and Popular Culture: International Perspectives conference," Tilburg, the Netherlands (June 2013).
  • John Denvir, Presenter, "Cinema's War On Law," Fluminense Federal University (UFF) and the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs,  "Representations of Social Violence in Brazilian Cinema," Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (December 2012).
  • Jesse W. Markham Jr., Presenter, "Private Rights of Damages," Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies at Loyola University Chicago,  "Antitrust Marathon V - Public and Private Enforcement of Competition Law," Rome, Italy (March 2013).
  • Jeffrey S. Brand, Presenter, "The Human Right to Health in a Time of Cholera," University of the Aristede Foundation in Port au Prince Haiti, Port Au Prince, Haiti .
  • Jeffrey S. Brand, Presenter, "Health and Human Rights in a Time of Cholera," University of  Aristede, Port-au-Prince, Haiti (November 2013).
  • Jeffrey S. Brand, Presenter, "The Third Draft," University of Oregon School of Law Second Annual Western Regional Legal Writing Conference,  "Olympic Gold: The Teaching, Scholarship, and Service Triathlon," Eugene, Ore. (August 2012).
  • Jay Folberg, Presenter, "Thursday Morning Plenary," American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Section,  "15th Annual ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Spring Conference," Chicago, Ill. (April 2013).
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, Panelist, "It's Entertainment! — How The Right of Publicity is Entertaining the Entertainment Industry," USF McCarthy Institute, Microsoft Corporation and Fox Entertainment Group Symposium,  "Trademark Law and Its Challenges," Los Angeles, Calif. (February 2013). (Co-presented with Jeremy Williams, Stacey Byrnes, and Mei-lan Stark.)
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, Presenter, "The IP Year in Review: Patent Law,Trademark Law and Right of Publicity, and Copyright Law," University of Southern California Gould School of Law Intellectual Property Institute,  "Illuminating IP Trends," Beverly Hills, Calif. (March 2013). (Co-presented with Mark A. Lemley and David Nimmer.)
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, Panelist, "An IP Year in Review: Patent Law, Trademark Law and Right of Publicity, and Copyright Law," University of Southern California Gould School of Law 2010 Intellectual Property Institute, Beverly Hills (March 2010).
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, Presenter, "Trademark Law for Federal Judges," Federal Judicial Center Intellectual Property Seminar at UC Berkeley, Berkeley (May 2009).
  • J. Thomas McCarthy, Presenter, "Trademark Law for Federal Judges," Federal Judicial Center Intellectual Property Seminar at UC Berkeley, Berkeley (May 2010).
  • Grace Hum, Moderator, "Q & A Session of Reading Law: The Interpretation of Legal Texts," University of San Francisco  "Book Reading and Signing for Justice Scalia and Bryan Garner," San Francisco, Calif. (January 2014).
  • Grace Hum, Presenter, "Turning up the Value of Guest Speakers in Skills-Based Upper Division Classes," University of Las Vegas School of Law,  "14th Annual Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference," Las Vegas, Nev. (March 2014).
  • Grace Hum, Presenter, "Employers’ Changing Expectations: What Do They Want and How Do We Give it To Them?," 15th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, Palm Desert, Calif. (May 2012). (Co-presented with Amy Flynn.)
  • Grace Hum, Presenter, "A Starter Kit for Teaching Transactional Skills," Emory Law School  "Educating the Transactional Lawyer of Tomorrow," Atlanta, Ga. (June 2014).
  • Grace Hum, Presenter, "How Legal Writing Professors Can Add (Even More) Value to the Law School Curriculum by Developing and Teaching Upper Division Skills-Based Courses," Third Annual Western Regional Legal Writing Conference,  "Lead the Change," Costa Mesa, Calif. (August 2013).
  • Eugene Kim, Presenter, "Flipped Classroom Sharing: An exchange of ideas, tools and best practices for flipping a lecture or class," University of San Francisco Tech Fair  "Innovative Technologies in Teaching and Learning," San Francisco, Calif. (February 2014).
  • Eugene Kim, Presenter, "Learning by Flipping: How Flipping Can Help Keep Skills Training from Floppin," University of Verona, Italy  "2014 Global Legal Skills Conference," Verona, Italy (May 2014). (Co presented with Bob Brain, Clinical Professor of Law, Loyola Law School Los Angeles.)
  • Dolores A. Donovan, Presenter, "Human Trafficking: Slavery 2012," Commonwealth Club of California Middle East Forum, San Francisco, Calif. (April 2012). (Co-presented with David Batstone, Mimi Chakarova, and Joel Brinkley.)
  • Dolores A. Donovan, Presenter, "The Chain of Legal Command:  Regional and Country-Specific Considerations for Counter-Trafficking Program Design," Asia Foundation,  "Trafficking in Persons Workshop: Capturing Lessons Learned, Charting the Way Forward," Kathmandu, Nepal (September 2012).
  • Dolores A. Donovan, Presenter, "Comparative U.S. and Chinese Legal Education," East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, China (October 2012).
  • Deborah M. Hussey Freeland, Presenter, "What Is a Lawyer? A Reconstruction of the Lawyer As an Officer of the Court," UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Las Vegas, Nevada (April 2012).
  • Deborah M. Hussey Freeland, Presenter, "Consortium Grand Rounds: Speaking Science to Law," UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium on Law, Science, and Health Policy, San Francisco, Calif. (February 2013). (This presentation provided both Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit and Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit.)
  • Deborah M. Hussey Freeland, Presenter, "Legal Education in Working with Science and Scientists," 2012 International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, Hawaii (June 2012).
  • Deborah M. Hussey Freeland, Presenter, "What Is a Lawyer? A Reconstruction of the Lawyer as an Officer of the Court," University of Calgary International Legal Ethics Conference 5,  "Merging Worlds, Emerging Discourses," Banff, Canada (July 2012).
  • David J. Franklyn, Presenter, "Trademarks as Keywords: Much Ado About Something?," Stanford Law School,  "7th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies,"  Palo Alto, Calif. (November 2012). (Co-presented with David Hyman.)
  • David J. Franklyn, Panelist, "Blurred Lines: Advertising or Content," Consumer Recognition, Washington D.C. (December 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Presenter, "Bringing Human Rights Home (BHRH) Lawyers' Network Spring 2013 Meeting," Columbia Law School, New York, N.Y. (June 2013). (de la Vega spoke as a member of UN Human Rights Council including the State court Juvenile Life Without Parole cases.)
  • Constance de la Vega, Panelist, "Affirmative Action: Beyond the Classroom," University of San Francisco Law Review Symposium,  "The Future of Affirmative Action After Fisher" (February 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Presenter, "Developments of N.I. Sequoyah's Legal Case," Friends of N.I. Sequoyah and Team Research Switzerland,  "fosžž·žžžžžters Annual General Meeting 2013," Baden, Switzerland (March 2013). (Co-presented with Philip Sapsford.)
  • Constance de la Vega, Panelist, ACLU, Human Rights Advocates, Penal Reform, and the Swiss Confederation,  "The Human Rights Implications of Solitary Confinement, Extreme Sentencing, and the Death Penalty," Geneva, Switzerland (March 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Panelist, "International Law in Domestic Courts," University of California, Irvine School of Law,  "Opposing the Criminalization of Homelessness: Building a Human Rights Framework," Irvine, Calif. (March 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Panelist, "Developments at the UN – Presentations by the Frank C. Newman International Human Rights Law Clinic," , University of San Francisco School of Law (April 2012).
  • Constance de la Vega, Presenter, "Panel on Careers as a Human Rights Defender," University of San Francisco School of Law International Law Society, (April 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Panelist, "Universal Rights, East and West? The Local, Regional and Global Work of Human Rights Clinics in Kyrgyzstan and the United States," University of Puerto Rico Law School and the Association of American Law Schools,  "Conference on Clinical Education, The Value of Variety: Opportunities, Implications, and Challenges of Diversification in Clinical Programs," San Juan, Puerto Rico (May 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Panelist, "United Nations Human Rights Mechanisms & Women’s Rights," UC Hastings  "Protecting Women’s Rights: International Law & Advocacy A Human Rights Training for Lawyers and Advocates," San Francisco, Calif. (June 2014).
  • Constance de la Vega, Presenter, "Juvenile Life Without Parole: Miller v. Alabama," American University Washington College of Law Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law and the American Society of International Law Webinar,  "Human Rights Implications of SCOTUS Decisions in the 2012 Term," Washington, D.C. (July 2012).
  • Constance de la Vega, Panelist, "Race and Fisher v. University of Texas Oral Argument," Stanford Journal of Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Fall 2012 Symposium,  "Civil Rights and the Roberts Court," Palo Alto, Calif. (October 2012).
  • Constance de la Vega, Presenter, "An Analysis and Celebration of 30 Years of HRA Advocacy at the UN and the 20th Anniversary of the Vienna Declaration," Human Rights Advocate and The University of San Francisco School of Law Frank C. Newman International Human Rights Clinic  "Evolution of Human Rights Advocacy at the United Nations," San Francisco, Calif. (November 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Presenter, "Bringing Human Rights Home (BHRH) Lawyers' Network Fall 2013 Meeting," Columbia Law School, New York, N.Y. (November 2013).
  • Constance de la Vega, Presenter, "The United States and the UPR," Australian National University,  "Workshop on Rights, Rituals and Ritualism: The Universal Periodic Review," Canberra, Australia (December 2012).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, "Current Immigration and Freedom of Movement Policy in NAFTA and the EU," Fordham International Law Journal,  "Free Movement in North America: Is the EU a Model for NAFTA?," New York, N.Y. (February 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Asian American Gangs," California Endowment CEO Roundtable  "Adversity and Resilience," Los Angeles, Calif. (January 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Asian American Legal History," San Quentin Prison  "Asian American Studies class," San Quentin, Calif. (January 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "History of U.S. Immigration Law," Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Public Library Main Branch  "National Defense University class," San Francisco, Calif. (February 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Comprehensive Immigration Reform: The Need and Likelihood of Reform," San Francisco Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights, San Francisco, Calif. (March 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "The History of Criminal Immigration Issues and the Need for Reform," Four Freedoms Fund and the Ford Foundation, New York, N.Y. (March 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, "Righting Wrongs in the Context of Superdiversity: The Possibilities and Limitations of Law," UCLA Institute of New Cultures Inaugural Conference,  "Superdiversity California Style: New Understandings of Race, Civil Rights, Governance and Cultural Production," Los Angeles, Calif. (March 2013). (Co-presented with Jerry Kang, Elise C. Boddie, and Addie C. Rolnick.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, "Benefits of Pro Bono Work before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals," Immigrant Legal Resource Center, San Francisco, Calif. (March 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Moderator, "Undocumented Asians and the Need for Immigration Reform," Asia Society of Northern California, San Francisco, Calif. (March 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, "Criminal Deportation: The Harmful Impacts and Strategies for Reform," UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal Symposium,  "Claiming Our Rights: Southeast Asian American Communities Making Change Through the Law," Los Angeles, Calif. (April 2012). (Co-presented with Shiu-Ming Cheer, Jacquelyn Dan, Mia-Lia Kiernan and David Ros.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Immigration Reform, the DREAM Act, and Immigrant Technology Contributions," Bipartisan Policy Center Immigration Reform Roundtable,  "How Does the Country Achieve the Dual Goals of Economic Prosperity and Fair Treatment for the Undocumented?," Palo Alto, Calif. (April 2012).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, "Silicon Valley and Immigration Visa Needs for Technology," Silicon Valley Asia Society Conference,  "The Cross-Border Talent Economy," San Francisco, Calif. (April 2012).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Defining America through Immigration Policy," Unitarian Universalist Regional Assembly,  "Big Faith * No Borders," San Jose, Calif. (April 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "ICE Detainers - Voluntary Requests or Mandatory Requirements," County Counsels' Association of California,  "Civil Law and Litigation 2013 Conference," Monterey, Calif. (April 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, University of San Francisco Center for Latino Studies in the Americas, Leo T. McCarthy Center for Public Service, and the Common Good and the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences,  "Immigration Reform: A Critical Dialogue" (April 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Prosecutorial Discretion," St. Mary's School of Law's The Scholar: St. Mary's Law Review on Race & Social Challenge,  "Symposium on Immigration Law," San Antonio, TX (April 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, "History, Race, and Identity in Law, Media, and Film," Association for Asian American Studies Annual Conference, San Francisco, Calif. (April 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Moderator, "After SB 1070: Exclusion, Inclusion and Immigrants," AALS Mid-Year Meeting,  "Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property," San Diego, Calif. (June 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "The History of Asian Immigration and its Relation to the Current Immigration Reform Debate," Washington University, St. Louis, Mo. (June 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, and Lessons for Implementation of a Legalization Plan Today," Strategic Planning Committee of California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation, Sacramento, Calif. (June 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Poverty, Immigration and Property: Paper Presentations," AALS Mid-Year Meeting,  "Workshop on Poverty, Immigration and Property," San Diego, Calif. (June 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Panelist, "Panel Discussion on Immigration Reform,"   "Windrider Film Festival," Menlo Park, Calif.  (June 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Public Safety and Cooperation with ICE Officials," oint meeting of the Sonoma Human Rights Commission, Sonoma County Counsel, and Napa County Counsel, Rohnert Park, Calif. (July 2012). (Hing spoke on the topic of federal immigration enforcement and the role of local governments.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Naturalization Ceremony, Oakland, Calif. (July 2012). (Keynote Speech)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Immigration Policies and the Impact on Asian Immigrant/Refugee Communities," San Quentin State Prision, San Quentin, Calif. (August 2014).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Co-Organizer, presentation by Dr. Clarence B. Jones,  "Pivotal Legal and Leadership Policy Decisions Faced by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.," University of San Francisco School of Law (September 2012). (Co-sponsored by the Center for Law and Ethics.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Asian Americans and the U.S. Presidential Election," Asia Society Panel, San Francisco, Calif. (October 2012). (Co-presented with Kwok, Kohara, Ramakrishnan, and Wong.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Immigration Rights and Reforms," UC Los Angeles Rebellious Lawyering Conference, Los Angeles, Calif. (October 2012).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Legal Education Reform—Are Law School Graduates Being Trained Properly," UC Los Angeles 16th Annual National Latino/a Law Student Association Conference,  "Movimiento," Los Angeles, Calif. (October 2012). (Co-presented with Lopez, Goldman, and Marshall.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "What the Presidential Election Means for Immigrant Communities," Services Immigrant Rights and Education Network Panel, San Jose, Calif. (October 2012). (Co-presented with Castellanos and Rodriguez-Deams.)
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "The Prospects for Immigration Reform," San Francisco Foundation Convening of Immigration Service Providers in Northern California,, San Francisco, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Reinstating Discretion in Deportation Proceedings," Immigration Reform: What Next?,, Davis, Calif. (October 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Current Immigration Reform and Its Historical Context," Fulbright Visiting Scholars Conference, Asilomar, Calif. (November 2012).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Why Immigration Reform Should Be Supported for Economic Reasons," Bipartisan Policy Center,  "Fourth Annual Political Summit: Beyond the Ballot," New Orleans, La. (November 2012).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "'Dealing with Brutal Atrocities,'  'The Continuing Immigration Crisis,' 'Cultivating Effective Problem-Solving Practitioners'," sponsored by University of New Mexico and UCLA law schools  "Rebellious Lawyering Conference," Santa Fe, N.M. (November 2013).
  • Bill Ong Hing, Presenter, "Will It Take and How Will We Do it?," Advancing Justice Conference  "Winning Immigration Reform at Asian American Justice Center," Los Angeles, Calif. (November 2013). (co-sponsored with Congresswoman Judy Chu)
  • Andrea Freeman, Panelist, "The Unbearable Whiteness of Milk: Food Oppression and the USDA," The Association of American Law Schools 2013 Annual Meeting,  "Global Education and the Legal Academy," New Orleans, La. (January 2013).
  • Andrea Freeman, Presenter, "The Unbearable Whiteness of Milk," UC Davis School of Law, Davis, Calif. (September 2012).
  • Andrea Freeman, Panelist, "Payback: A Structural Solution to the Credit Card Problem," 10th Annual LatCrit-SALT Junior Faculty Development Workshop,  "Teaching Social Justice, Expanding Access to Justice: The Role of Legal Education and the Legal Profession," Baltimore, Md. (October 2012).
  • Amy Flynn, Presenter, "In Defense of the Objective Memo: Advancing Core Skills through Detailed Objective Analysis," Berkeley Law Legal Writing Institute Workshop,  "Preparing Practice Ready Students," Berkeley, Calif. (December 2012). (Co-presented with Thomas Holm.)
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Seven Principles for Equitable Adaptation," American University Washington College of Law,  "Sustainable Development Law and Policy Symposium," Washington, D.C. (March 2013). (Keynote Address)
  • Alice Kaswan, Panelist, "Seven Principles for Equitable Climate Adaptation," UC Berkeley School of Law  "Climate Justice Symposium," Berkeley, Calif. (March 2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Presentation on USF Law School’s Loan Repayment Assistance Program," University of San Francisco  "Public Interest Law," San Francisco, Calif. (March 2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Climate Adaptation and Land-Use Governance: The Vertical Axis," Columbia Law School,  "Columbia Journal of Environmental Law Climate Change Symposium," New York, NY (April 2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "The Clean Air Act, Climate Change, and Industrial Pollution: Traditional v. Market-Based Regulation," University of Minnesota Law School Consortium on Law and Values,  "Legal & Policy Pathways for Energy Innovation," Minneapolis, Minn. (April 2013).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Seven Principles for Equitable Climate Adaptation," The University of Arizona College of Law, Tucson, Ariz. (April 2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Climate Adaptation: Reconsidering the Federal Role in Land Use Planning," University of Minnesota Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences and the Institute on the Environment Workshop,  "New Directions in Environmental and Energy Law, Policy, and Geography," Minneapolis, Minn. (May 2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, Commentator, "Regulatory Capacity and Federalism," University of Minnesota Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences and the Institute on the Environment Workshop,  "New Directions in Environmental and Energy Law, Policy, and Geography," Minneapolis, Minn. (May 2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Seven Principles for Equitable Climate Adaptation," Law & Society Association Annual Meeting  "Climate Change Adaptation and Justice," Minneapolis, Minn. (May 2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "The Supreme Court and the Planet,"   "Bar Association of San Francisco," San Francisco, Calif. (June 2014).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Climate Change, the Clean Air Act, and Industrial Pollution: Traditional Versus Market-Based Regulation," 2012 International Conference on Law and Society, Honolulu, Hawaii (June 2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Domestic Climate Change Adaptation and Equity," Association of American Law Schools 2012 Mid-Year Meeting,  "Workshop on Torts, Environment, and Disaster," Berkeley, Calif. (June 2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Climate Change Adaptation, Land Use, and the Federal Role," 13th Kratovil Conference on Real Estate Law & Practice,  "Adaptation of the Built Environment to Achieve Resilience to Climate Change," Chicago, Ill. (September 2013).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Sea Level Rise and Equity: A Domestic Perspective," University of Oregon Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics Conference "Ocean Impacts of Climate Change: Science, People, and Policy"  "Peoples and Communities," Eugene, Oreg. (September 2010).
  • Alice Kaswan, Moderator, "The Clean Water Act at 40: Maturity or Midlife Crisis?," 2012 State Bar of California Environmental Law Conference at Yosemite, Fish Camp, Calif. (October 2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "The Federal Role in Land Use: The Climate Change Imperative," Vermont Law School Third Annual Colloquium on Environmental Scholarship, South Royalton, Vt. (October 2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, Panelist, "Key Recent Environmental Law Developments in the U.S. Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the California Supreme Court," 2012 State Bar of California Environmental Law Conference at Yosemite, Fish Camp, Calif. (October 2012).
  • Alice Kaswan, Panelist, "The Promise and Limits of Presidential Action on Climate Change," Virginia Environmental Law Journal Symposium,, Charlottesville, Va. (October 2013).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "California Cap-and-Trade and the Environmental Justice Lawsuits," University of San Diego,  "Climate and Energy Law Symposium," San Diego, Calif.  (November 2013).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Presentation on California Cap-and-Trade and Environmental Justice," Undergraduate class at the University of San Francisco  "Global Environmental Politics," San Francisco, Calif. (November 2013).
  • Alice Kaswan, Presenter, "Controlling Power Plants: The Co-Pollutant Implications of EPA’s Clean Air Act §111(d) Options," Promise and Limits of Presidential Action on Climate Change, Charlottesville, VA (October 2013).