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USF Law In the News

USF School of Law professors, students, and programs often garner coverage in the local, national, and international media. The following is a partial list of recent coverage.

TitleOutletsDateFeaturing
"Dr. Shannon Wheatman to Speak at Judicial Education Event"The Sacramento Bee08/25/14Associate Dean Joshua Davis
"She lays down law to tech's giants"San Francisco Chronicle08/10/14Dean John Trasviña
"A National Consensus: Cell Phone Location Records Are Private"Electronic Frontier Foundation07/29/14Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on San Francisco Revised Tenant Relocation OrdinanceKQED Public Radio07/29/14Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Mindful Lawyering"Greater Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life (GGSC)07/28/14Prof. Rhonda Magee
"The Right to Move"San Francisco Daily Journal07/18/14Prof. Bill Hing
Prosecution, defense rest in Rauhuff murder retrialThe Daily Times07/16/14Prof. Richard Leo
"World Trademark Review’s 50 market sharpers"World Trademark Review07/07/14Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy, McCarthy Institute for Intellectual Property and Technology Law
NYC ID Law Sends Message to Washington: Immigration is GoodVoice of Russia US06/27/14Prof. Bill Hing
"SF schools part of new study highlighting challenges facing California immigrant students"San Francisco Examiner06/18/14Prof. Bill Hing
"PA. Court Rulings Differ on Expert Witnesses"Pittsburgh Post-Gazette06/16/14Prof. Richard Leo
"Legal scholars again urge Jindal to veto bill to kill lawsuit against oil, gas companies"The Times-Picayune06/03/14Prof. Alice Kaswan 
"Youth seeks asylum after school fight leads to deportation"Houston Chronicle06/02/14Prof. Bill Hing
"Photos Reveal the Harsh Reality of Extreme Poverty Around the World"ABC News05/27/14Prof. Tom Nazario
"U.S. insurer class action may signal wave of climate-change suits"Reuters News, Climate Spectator05/16/14Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Bill Callejo, always at his wife’s side, always her biggest supporter and confidant"The Dallas Morning News05/16/14Dean John Trasviña
"Women From China, Taiwan Pay $30,000 To Give Birth In Bay Area, Get U.S. Citizenship For Child"CBS-San Francisco Bay Area05/09/14Prof. Bill Hing
"U.N. takes stand against 'sit-lie' laws"San Francisco Chronicle05/04/14Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Legal scholars again urge Jindal to veto bill to kill lawsuit against oil, gas companies"The Times-Picayune05/01/14Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Feds Quietly Toughen Standards for Immigrant Asylum Seekers"McClatchy DC04/18/14Prof. Bill Hing
"City Should Better Fund Eviction Defenses"SF Gate04/15/14Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Travis on Changing the Gender-Pay Narrative"Workplace Prof Blog04/14/14Prof. Michelle Travis
"Tom Klitgaard: Cultivator for US-China relations"China Daily USA04/11/14Prof. Thomas Klitgaard
"Worried about the government? Internet giants also dip their hands in the cookie jar"PCWorld03/21/14Prof. Susan Freiwald
"The Case of the Moldy Washing Machines, Again"Slate02/24/14Prof. Joshua Davis
"The Decline of the Public Intellectual?"New York Times Letters02/19/14Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Law schools expanding classes to teach students to pass the bar exam"Daily Journal02/18/14Prof. Rodney Fong
"A Stellar Content Plan Can Lead to Business Success"Entrepreneur02/18/14Prof. David Franklyn
"How to choose a school for IP and Technology Law"PreLaw Magazine02/03/14Prof. Robert E. Talbot
"US marijuana laws: Will records be wiped clean?"BBC News Magazine01/29/14Prof. Connie de la Vega, Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Obama Speech Praised for Goals, Less So for Specific Steps"Telecommunications Reports International01/17/14Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Don't just legalize marijuana, free prior offenders"Los Angeles Times01/16/14Prof. Connie de la Vega, Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Explaining The Difference Between Lawful And Unlawful Enemy Combatants"HuffPost Live01/13/14Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Expert on false confessions blames investigators in Beatrice Six lawsuit"
Omaha World-Herald01/11/14Prof. Richard Leo
"The Real Origin of the Term 'Enemy Combatant'"The Huffington Post01/09/14Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"War on poverty has long way to go in Sunnydale housing project"Al Jazeera America News01/07/14Dean John Trasviña
Broadcast on Supreme Court Hold on Utah's Gay Marriage RulingKGO Radio News01/06/14Prof. Julie Nice
"Los Angeles Times Skips the I-Word As California Grants Law License to Illegal Alien"
NewsBusters
01/04/14Prof. Bill Hing
"Court grants law license to man in U.S. illegally"San Francisco Chronicle, Sacramento Bee, Kansas City Star, Associated Press, and others01/03/14Prof. Bill Hing
"Illegal immigrant granted license to practice law"Daily Post01/03/14Prof. Bill Hing
"Mexican immigrant gets law licence"Gulf News01/03/14Prof. Bill Hing
"Mexican immigrant can practice law, California court rules"Los Angeles Times01/02/14Prof. Bill Hing
Broadcast on Expiration of Law Aiding Underwater Home OwnersKCBS Radio12/27/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Switzerland won’t save you, either: Why e-mail might still be safer in US"Ars Technica Addendum12/22/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Philly police to adopt sweeping interrogation reforms come Jan. 1"Philadelphia Daily News12/20/13Prof. Richard Leo
"Q&A: Joshua Davis on Writing Better Jury Instructions"Global Competition Review USA12/18/13Prof. Joshua Davis
"US seeing surge in Central American asylum seekers"The Voice of Russia: America Edition12/17/13Prof. Bill Hing
"U.S. seeing a surge in Central American asylum seekers"Los Angeles Times12/15/13Prof. Bill Hing
"Still Battling"The Economist12/12/13Prof. David Franklyn
Broadcast of Increase in Low-Income Renters in a Stagnant Affordable Housing MarketKCBS Radio12/10/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"The Interview"The New Yorker12/09/13Prof. Richard Leo
"Native Advertising, Mobile Video, Sharing Competencies, Crisis Responses, and More"a shel of my former self12/06/13Prof. David Frankyn
"Benefits, Drawbacks of Native Advertising Claimed at FTC Workshop"Washington Internet Daily12/05/13Prof. David Franklyn
"As Online Ads Look More Like News Articles, F.T.C. Warns Against Deception"New York Times12/05/13Prof. Franklyn
"Native Ad Workshop Leaves FTC Perplexed"AdWeek12/04/13Prof. Franklyn
"The Federal Trade Commission Holds a Workshop on Native Advertising"CQ Roll Call12/04/13Prof. David Franklyn
"Do You See Better, Worse Or The Same With This Regulation Or With That One"Mondaq12/04/13Prof. David Franklyn
"The Interview: Do Police Interrogation Techniques Produce False Confessions?"The New Yorker12/04/13Prof. Leo
"Take Five With Susan Freiwald"USF Magazine12/01/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on the Consumer Financial Bureau's Proposal for Stream-lined Home Loan FormsKCBS Radio11/20/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
Abortion Fight Spreads to Cities as Albuquerque Shuns LimitBloomberg News11/20/13Prof. Maya Manian
NorCal Experts Say Juveniles More Likely To Falsely Confess To CrimesCBSNews11/09/13Prof. Richard Leo
Old Law, New TricksColumbia Journalism Review11/01/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on Witness to Guantanamo ProjectWCEV Radio11/01/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Oakland Judge Skeptical of Expedited Death Penalty Challenges"Daily Journal10/30/13Prof. Steven Shatz
Broadcast on Abortion Ruling in TexasKCBS Radio10/28/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Riverside is Outlier in Capital Cases"Daily Journal10/28/13Prof. Steve Shatz
Supreme Court Tackles Abortion, Affirmative Action, Guns
Lawyers.com
10/15/13Prof. Jeffrey S. Brand
KCBS In Depth - The Supreme Court's Recent Cases and Decisions with USF Law Professor Julie NiceKCBS Radio10/14/13Prof. Julie Nice
USF Law Dean Sees Promise in ChinaThe Recorder10/14/13Dean John Trasvina
Gov. Brown Signs Bill to Help Reduce False Confessions by Juveniles Charged with HomicideSenator Lieu News Release10/13/13Prof. Richard Leo
"How to Defy Federal Immigration Authorities and Win"ABC 7 News10/08/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on NY Attorney General's Subpoenas to AirBnBKCBS Radio10/08/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Riverside Students Address Global Poverty"The Greenville News10/07/13Prof. Thomas Nazario
Broadcast on Drug Kingpin ArrestedKNTV (NBC) San Francisco10/03/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Death Penalty Study: 25% of Cases from 10 Counties"
San Francisco Chronicle
10/03/13Prof. Steven Shatz
Broadcast on Immigration Sentiment and Governor BrownKCBS Radio09/26/13Prof. Bill Hing
Broadcast on the Rise in Ellis Act Evictions in San FranciscoKCBS Radio09/26/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"EPA’s New Source Proposal: The 'Category' Question"CPR Blog09/23/13Prof. Alice Kaswan
"The Charge of Law Schools"The Huffington Post09/20/13Dean John Trasviña
"State Border Bill in Limbo"Los Angeles Times09/17/13Prof. Bill Hing
"Legislation to Reduce False Confessions Awaits Governor's Signature"Vanguard Court Watch of Yolo County09/17/13Prof. Richard Leo
"9th District Court of Appeals Case on Striking Juror Based on Sexual Orientation"KCBS News/Information09/17/13Prof. Julie Nice
"University of San Francisco Students Learn About Asian Law"Daily Journal09/13/13Prof. Thomas J. Klitgaard
Interview Discussing Undocumented Law GraduateKGO News/Information09/12/13Prof. Bill Hing
"NSA's Big Data Efforts Need Transparency, Privacy Advocates Say"PC World.com09/10/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"The Link Between Guantanamo and Syria"American Constitution for Law and Policy09/10/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"9/11: A Mystery to the Young"The Huffington Post09/10/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"The Charge of Law Schools"Daily Journal08/29/13Dean John Trasviña
2 Years for Law School?Inside Higher Ed08/26/13Dean John Trasviña
"Videotaping Bill Hopes To Quash Coerced Confessions"San Diego Union-Tribune08/20/13Prof. Richard Leo
"Professors Call Data Collection Under Verizon Order Illegal, Dangerous in Supreme Court Brief"States News Service, IU News Room08/09/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"12 Must-See Movie Sites in San Francisco"ABA Journal08/08/13Visiting Prof. John Osborn Jr.
"The Confessions of Innocent Men"The Atlantic08/06/13Prof. Richard Leo
"Questionable Confession: Lacking Fingerprints, DNA, Confession Often Best Evidence"Evansville Courier & Press08/05/13Prof. Richard Leo
"Focus shifts to Obama if Congress Axes Immigration Bill"Reuters08/03/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"California City Seizes Homes to Save Them"CBS MoneyWatch07/31/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Defying Doubters, Coach IP Enforcement Takes No Prisoners"Law36007/29/13Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Prisons are Shrinking. That Won’t Necessarily Last."Wonkblog (The Washington Post)07/27/13Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Tech Circuit: People, Places, Things — Pacific Time Zone Edition"
Law Technology News07/26/13Dean John Trasviña
"NJ Supreme Court: Warrants Required to Collect Cell Phone Data"The Takeaway (KQED 88.5 FM)07/22/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"EC Orders Google to Come Up With Better Proposals to End Antitrust Probe"Washington Internet Daily07/18/13Prof. David Franklyn
"EU Gives Google Another Do-Over"E-Commerce Times07/17/13Prof. David Franklyn
"EU Tells Google to Offer More in Search Probe"The Wall Street Journal, NASDAQ07/17/13Prof. David Franklyn
Broadcast on the George Zimmerman caseKCBS Radio07/14/13Prof. Robert Talbot
"New Law School to Open in Haiti"Caribbean Journal07/09/13CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Aristide University in Haiti to Create Law School"Associated Press07/08/13CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"And Marriage Makes Three: A Gay Rights Trilogy Secures a Legacy"
The Huffington Post
07/03/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Rick Trachok of Reno Elected as Nevada Board of Regents' Vice Chairman"Reno Gazette Journal07/02/13Adjunct Prof. Richard Trachok
"Suppression Laws Flourish After Death of Voting Rights Act"Lawyers.com07/01/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Gay Marriage Opponents Ask Court to Intervene"ABC 7 News06/29/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Love Reigns In SF City Hall As Same-Sex Marriage Stay Lifted, Weddings Begin"The San Francisco Appeal06/29/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Expert: GOP House Resistance Not Strong Enough to Kill Immigration Bill"Afternoon Show: Voice of Russia American Edition06/28/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"9th Circuit Court of Appeals Lifts Stay on Same-Sex Marriage"KCBS Radio06/28/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Who Can Defend Initiatives? High Courts Disagree"Daily Journal06/27/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Prop. 8 Case was Once Seen as a Supreme Court Long Shot"San Jose Mercury News, Alameda Times-Star, Oakland Tribune, and others06/27/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Ruling Puts Same-Sex Spouse’s Deportation Hearing On Hold"The Wall Street Journal Law Blog06/26/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Live Broadcast Regarding Upcoming Supreme Court DesicisionsABC 7 News06/26/13Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast on Recent Supreme Court DecisionsABC 7 News06/26/13Prof. Julie Nice
Live Broadcast Analyzing Supreme Court's DOMA DecisionABC 7 News06/26/13Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast on Supreme Court Rulings Regarding Marriage EqualityKPIX-TV (CBS San Francisco)06/26/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Marriage Ruling Raises Ballot Measure Questions"San Jose Mercury News, Associated Press06/26/13Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast about Supreme Court Ruling Regarding Affirmative Action
KLIV 1590 AM
06/25/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Supreme Court Ruling on Voting Rights Act to Affect California Counties"KQED News06/25/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Yellow Light, But No Stop Sign, for Affirmative Action this Time"USF School of Law Faculty Blog06/25/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Secret Laws"HuffPost Live06/20/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on lenders falling short of mortgage settlement's termsKCBS Radio06/19/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Conflict Between Privacy Rights and Security is Nothing New"MPR News' The Daily CIrcuit06/18/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Source: Obama Considering Releasing NSA Court Order"NPR's The Two-Way06/15/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Sunday Dialogue: How the Court Decides"The New York Times06/15/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Lawyers Scrutinize Constitutionality of Surveillance Programs"The BLT: Blog of Legal Times06/14/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"USF School of Law Professor Susan Freiwald on Current TV"Current TV06/13/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Letters and Politics - June 12, 2013 at 10:00am"Letters and Politics (KPFA 94.1 FM)06/12/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"NSA Leaker's Claims Doubted By Tech, Intelligence Analysts"NPR06/12/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Experts Doubt NSA Leaker's Claim About Wiretaps"NPR's The Two-Way06/12/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Google Details How It Hands Over Data to Federal Officials"The Washington Post06/12/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Editorial: The Problem With Unrecorded Confessions"Connecticut Law Tribune06/12/13Prof. Richard Leo
"Several Murder Confessions Taken by Brooklyn Detective Have Similar Language"The New York Times06/12/13Prof. Richard Leo
Broadcast on Senate to begin debate on immigration reform overhaulKCBS Radio06/09/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Obama Defends NSA Prism, Google Denies Back Door"InformationWeek's Security Tech Center, TechWeb06/08/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"SURVEILLANCE: Bay Area Residents Divided Over Obama's Surveillance Operation"KTVU Channel 2 News06/07/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"PHONE RECORDS: Goverment Admits to Collecting Verizon Phone Records"KTVU Channel 2 News06/06/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on released audit of San Francisco's Housing AuthorityKCBS Radio06/04/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Mayer Brown Claims Conflict Sours Yogurt Labeling Case"The American Lawyer, The Recorder, The Legal Intelligencer06/02/13Prof. Joshua Davis
"Law Schools Teach the Practice of Meditation"California Lawyer06/01/13Prof. Rhonda Magee
"In Food Fight, Mayer Brown Wants to Purge Plaintiffs Lawyers"The Recorder05/31/13Prof. Joshua Davis
"Desperately Alone in a Crowd"Elements (The New Yorker blog)05/30/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"‘Geographies of Detention’ Exhibition Opens June 1"UCR Today05/28/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Mindful Lawyers - Tune up at New Haven, CT Zen Center Retreat, June 15th"Law And More Blog05/27/13Prof. Rhonda Magee
"People Watch: Tim Jordan has been named vice chancellor, CFO at Antioch University"University Business05/24/13Dean John Trasviña
"Immigrant Families Disappointed by Feinstein's Vote"
ABC 7 News05/22/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Is Two as Good as Three?"Daily Journal05/21/13Academic Support Program Co-Dir. Rodney Fong
"CalPERS Tries to Bar Winston & Strawn from Chapter 9 Cases"Daily Journal05/21/13Adjunct Prof. Clyde Leland
Broadcast on tech companies' push to amend immigration bill
KCBS Radio05/20/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Metadata Matters: How Phone Records and Obsolete Laws Harm Privacy and the Free Press"The Verge05/16/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"University of San Francisco Finds Next Law Dean at HUD"The National Law Journal05/15/13Dean John Trasviña
"University of San Francisco School of Law Appoints John Trasvina as Dean"JD Journal05/14/13Dean John Trasviña
"Immigration Reform Too Late to Fix One Big Problem, Studies Say"The Christian Science Monitor05/10/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Article on President Obama's plans to close down Guantanamo PrisonAl Jazeera05/10/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"California Supreme Court Allows Cities to Ban Weed Dispensaries"San Jose Mercury News, The Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times, and others05/07/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Employment Lawyers Eye Immigration Bill"Daily Journal05/06/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"USF Law School Announces New Dean"Daily Journal05/06/13Dean John Trasviña
"The Scholars’ Circle & Insighters Radio- May 5th, 2013"The Scholars' Circle (KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles)05/05/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"HUD Assistant Secretary John Trasviña Named Dean of University of San Francisco School of Law"San Francisco Chronicle05/03/13Dean John Trasviña
"John Trasviña | People on the Move"Silicon Valley Business Journal05/03/13Dean John Trasviña
"Guantánamo ‘Torture’ Fears Over Force-Feeding"The Times, The Australian05/02/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"A Darkening Cloud Hangs Over Guantanamo"
The Huffington Post
05/01/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"How Is Linguistic Isolation Similar to—and Different From—Physical Isolation?"Science + Religion Today05/01/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
Interview on Obama's nomination of congressman to lead mortgage agencyKCBS Radio05/01/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Now: The Mindful Lawyer"Mindful05/01/13Prof. Rhonda Magee
"30/04/2013"
BBC Radio Up All Night04/30/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Author of 'McCarthy on Trademarks and Unfair Competition' Celebrates 40 Years with Thomson Reuters"Thomson Reuters04/25/13Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"North Dakota Targets 'Roe v. Wade'"Bloomberg Businessweek04/18/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Experts Analyze Summary of Senate Immigration Bill"Los Angeles Times04/16/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Senate Immigration Bill Could Reshape California"San Jose Mercury News04/16/13Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Solitary Linguistic Confinement"The Economist04/16/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Abortion Overshadows Oil Boom as North Dakota Aims to Topple Roe"Bloomberg04/14/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Bean Ball: Is BofA Throwing Legal Chin Music at L.L. Bean?"Card Hub04/10/13Prof. David Franklyn
"Will a Texas Teenager's False Confession Keep Him in Prison for Life?"The Nation04/10/13Prof. Richard Leo
"Silent Sting"San Francisco Bay Guardian04/09/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Up All Night: 6/04/2013"BBC Radio Up All Night04/06/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Google Searches for a Fight on National Security Letters"Tech News World04/05/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Scotus Nixes Class In Comcast Antitrust Case but Leaves Daubert Issue for Another Day"BNA Mergers & Acquisitions Law Report04/02/13Prof. Joshua Davis
Legal Battles Over Gardens are Sprouting Up Across the CountryABA Journal04/01/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Same-Sex Marriage in U.S. Supreme Court: Justices as Split as Rest of the Country on the Issue"San Jose Mercury News03/30/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Gay Marriage and the U.S. Supreme Court: Don't Look for Sweeping Rulings"San Jose Mercury News03/28/13Prof. Julie Nice
"3-U.S. Supreme Court Rules for Comcast in Class Action"Reuters, CNBC Business News03/27/13Prof. Joshua Davis
"Black and Latino Communities Share Similar Struggles"Daily Sundial, Hispanic Business03/27/13Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Prop. 8 Ruling Could be Limited"San Francisco Chronicle03/27/13Prof. Julie Nice
"US Supreme Court Appears To Favor Cautious Approach, Narrow Ruling On Prop 8"The San Francisco Appeal03/26/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Obama 'Doubled Downed' with Drones while Notorious Interrogator Apologized"The American Constitutional Society for Law and Policy03/25/13Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"USF Law Professor Julie Nice Comments on Same-Sex Marriage & Supreme Court"KPIX-SF (CBS), KTVU-SF (FOX), KGO-SF (ABC)03/25/13Prof. Julie Nice
"Here's Why Republicans Already Hate Obama's Latest Cabinet Nominee"Business Insider03/22/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Will California's Cap and Trade Be Fair?"The Nation03/20/13Prof. Alice Kaswan
"USF School of Law's Investor Justice Clinic"KPIX-TV (CBS San Francisco)03/15/13Prof. Robert Talbot
"Travis on Impairment Discrimination"Disability Law Blog03/07/13Prof. Michelle Travis
"Law Enforcement Officials Question Guilt of Confessor in ’04 Double Murder"The Buffalo News02/24/13Prof. Richard Leo
"New Study Takes Aim at Critics of Private Antitrust Enforcement"Thomson Reuters News and Insight Legal02/15/13Prof. Joshua Davis
Broadcast on Justice Department suing S&P over mortgage ratingsKCBS Radio02/05/13Prof. Tim Iglesias
"California's Medical Pot Wars Spark Up Again"San Jose Mercury News02/04/13Prof. Julie Nice
"'Aaron’s Law' Leads to Mixed Reactions"AirTalk (89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio)01/18/13Prof. Susan Freiwald
"ConsumerWatch: What Are Your Rights For Service Call No-Shows?"CBS 5 Eyewitness News01/08/13Prof. Robert Talbot
"A Man and His Papers Claims Two in Carpool Dispute"NBC Bay Area News01/05/13Prof. Robert Talbot
"’80 Murder Confession Raises Calls to Require Police to Record Interrogations"The New York Times12/27/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Hundreds of Federal Prisoners Could be Freed"USA Today12/25/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Climate Change Cases Make Waves This Year, a Trend Expected to Continue in 2013"Daily Journal12/24/12Prof. Alice Kaswan
Broadcast on the foreclosure rate in AmericaKCBS Radio12/14/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Isolated Inside the Administration"The American Constitutional Society for Law and Policy11/28/12Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Privacy Law Can't Keep Up with Digital Age"San Francisco Chronicle11/17/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"What is Comprehensive Immigration Reform?" The Huffington Post11/15/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"The McCarthy Interview"Thomas Reuters Westlaw11/15/12Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"David Boies Predicts Supreme Court Will Overturn Gay Marriage Ban Prop. 8"On Top Media11/11/12USF School of Law Public Interest Law Foundation
"San Francisco: David Boies Predicts Prop. 8 Win in U.S. Supreme Court"San Jose Mercury News, The Oakland Tribune, etc.11/10/12USF School of Law Public Interest Law Foundation
"Despite Lawsuit and Numerous Glitches, New Jersey Voted, but it Wasn’t Pretty"AllThingsD.com11/07/12Adjunct Prof. Robert Brownstone
"Apple Leads Legal Battle Over E-Commerce vs. Privacy Rights in California Supreme Court"San Jose Mercury News, The Oakland Tribune, etc.11/06/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"A Touch of Class: Certification, Says One Brief, ‘Is the Ballgame’"ABA Journal11/01/12Prof. Joshua Davis
"Childish Things"Daily Journal10/26/12Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
Broadcast featuring Asian American panel debate on U.S. presidential electionNTDTV (New Tang Dynasty Television)10/26/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Yoo says Obama — not Bush — Exceeded Constitutional Powers"Politics Blog (San Francisco Chronicle)10/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Mourdock Rape Comment Adds to Election-Year Furor Over Social Issues"The Washington Post10/24/12Prof. Maya Manian
"How Did Lance Armstrong Avoid Doping Prosecution?"All Things Considered (NPR)10/22/12Adjunct Prof. Kevin Ryan
Broadcast on ACLU lawsuit that claims Morgan Stanley is targeting black borrowers for risky loansKCBS Radio10/15/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"The American Law Institute Elects 68 New Members"The American Law Institute10/15/12Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Phone Breaker was an Advocate for Juvenile Justice"Daily Journal10/12/12Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
"Should You Get Deported for Carrying Three Joints?"ABC/Univision10/10/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"International Context for Affirmative Action Argument"IntLawGrrls10/09/12Prof. Connie de la Vega
Broadcast on Oakland plan to prevent foreclosuresKCBS Radio10/09/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"In Memory of Adnan Latif: ‘Timmy’ and a Hospital Corpsman in Guantanamo"American Constitution Society10/04/12Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"No Privacy for Cellphone Users, U.S. Argues"Courthouse News Service10/03/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Justice Dept. to Defend Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking"CNET News, ACLU, LinkedIn Today, Electronic Frontier Foundation, i360Gov, etc.10/02/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"California Guarantees Chance at Parole for Juveniles Facing Life Sentences"Juvenile Justice Information Exchange10/02/12Director of the Project to End Juvenile Life Without Parole Dana Isaac
"'Pay-for-Delay' Pharma Deals"California Lawyer10/01/12Prof. Joshua Davis
"Report's Effectiveness can be Relevant"Daily Journal10/01/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Freedom of Press in Haiti: Report Finds Haitian Journalists Face Death Threats and Intimidation"Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti09/28/12Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Law Professors Urge Brown to Sign Immigration Bill"Daily Journal09/18/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Attorney: Judge Going Too Far to Settle San Bruno Fire Case"San Jose Mercury News, San Mateo County Times09/07/12Prof. Joshua Davis
"400,000 Haitians Still Displaced"MediaGlobal09/07/12CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Transportation Agency Might Ban Disputed Ads"San Francisco Chronicle09/06/12Prof. Joshua Davis
"Red Flags: Early Warnings of Wrongful Convictions"Pacific Standard09/06/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Author Profile - J. Thomas McCarthy"Westlaw Key Authors ePublished09/05/12Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Legislation Would Help Protect Vulnerable Immigrants"San Francisco Examiner09/02/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Housing a Movement: Adverse Possession in California"Utne Reader09/01/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"ETFs - Why So Complicated?"Money09/01/12Prof. Robert Talbot
"Immigrant Driver License Bill Goes to Gov. Brown"San Jose Mercury News, The Oakland Tribune, etc.08/31/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Deferred Action Gives Hope to Asian Immigrants"
Voice of America08/31/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Twitter and Your Privacy"American Public Media's Marketplace Tech Report08/30/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Well-Connected"Daily Journal08/24/12Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
"Lawyers Anxiously Await New U.S. Undocumented Immigrant Policy"Daily Journal08/23/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"A Porn Stash and a False Confession: How to Ruin Someone’s Life in the American Justice System"Pacific Standard08/23/12Prof. Richard Leo
Hitting the Road: Legal Status Can Bring Driver's Licenses for ImmigrantsKQED News08/17/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Feds Join Fight to Turn Nursing Home into Apartments for Disabled Homeless"New Orleans Times Picayune08/13/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Wade Michael Page: A Reflection of De-Americanization"The Huffington Post08/10/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Cambodia’s Overdue Land Reforms"East Asia Forum08/09/12Prof. Dolores Donovan
"When Food is Sold Twice"Los Angeles Times08/09/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Has Barack Obama Deported More People Than Any Other President in U.S. History?"PolitiFact.com (Tampa Bay Times blog)08/07/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Fowler Jury Gets Polygraph Details"Mountain News08/02/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Housing a Movement"California Northern08/01/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Perverting Informed Consent: The South Dakota Court Decision"RH Reality Check08/01/12Prof. Maya Manian
"Federalism Concerns in DOMA Litigation"University of Pittsburgh's JURIST08/01/12Prof. Julie Nice
"The Price of Minimalism: Same-Sex Marriage and Judicial Confusion"University of Pittsburgh's JURIST07/31/12Prof. Julie Nice
"Law Professor Testifies at Old Fire Trial About False Confessions"Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, San Bernardino County Sun (CA)07/26/12Prof. Richard Leo
"The Vanishing Distinction Between Real-time and Historical Location Data"Concurring Opinions07/17/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"GPS Warrant Debate Likely To Climb Back To High Court"Law36007/17/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"In Tiny Bean, India’s Dirt-Poor Farmers Strike Gas-Drilling Gold"The New York Times07/16/12Adjunct Prof. Susan Sakmar
"Decision Thursday on Perjury Allegations"San Francisco Chronicle07/14/12Prof. Richard Leo
Broadcast on class action settlement for LCD productsCBS 5 Eyewitness News07/12/12Prof. Joshua Davis
"San Francisco-Based Wells Fargo To Pay Millions In Discrimination Settlement"KCBS Radio07/12/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Obama's Hypocrisy on Arizona's SB 1070"The Huffington Post06/29/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Justices Bar Mandatory Life Terms for Juveniles"New York Times06/26/12Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Ruling Won't Affect California's Pro-immigrant Laws"Daily Journal06/26/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on Arizona's ruling on immigration law SB 1070The Kathleen Dunn Show (Wisconsin Public Radio)06/26/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Rules Juvenile Life Sentences are Unconstitutional"The Guardian06/25/12Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Arizona’s Controversial Anti-immigration Law Partially Struck Down"Atlanta Black Star06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Strikes Down Part of Arizona Law"CBS News06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Arizona Immigration Ruling Sends Mixed Signals to Other States and Police"Contra Costa Times06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Immigration Program Yields Few Case Dismissals"Daily Journal06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Strikes Down 3 Parts of Ariz. Immigration Law"KENS 5 San Antonio06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Arizona Immigration Law Ruling Reactions"KTSF Channel 2606/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Californians Express Mixed Reaction to Arizona Immigration Law Ruling"NBC Southern California06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Immigration Ruling Likely to Echo Through Presidential Election"San Jose Mercury News06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Arizona's Immigration Ruling Sends Mixed Signals to Other States"San Jose Mercury News06/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Undocumented Immigrant Fights for Bar Admission"Daily Journal06/19/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Magnalight Responds to Mag Instrument’s Lawsuit"Virtual-Strategy Magazine06/12/12Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
ConsumerWatch: Taking On Big Companies In Small Claims CourtCBS Los Angeles, CBS New York06/08/12Prof. Robert Talbot
"Twitter Subpoena Raises a Storm of Legal Questions"JD Journal06/04/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Obama Administration Argues No Warrant Required for GPS Tracking of Citizens"The New American06/04/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Good and Mad Reading for the Weekend"SentenceSpeak (Family Against Mandatory Minimums blog)06/01/12Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"U.S. Argues to Preserve GPS Tracking"Wall Street Journal05/31/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Legal Battle Over Twitter Subpoena Heats Up"Reuters, CNBC, ABS-CBN News, and others05/31/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Witness Discounts Confession to Killing of Newborn"Bend Bulletin05/26/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Breaking the Addiction to Incarceration: Weekly Highlights"ACLU Blog of Rights05/25/12University of San Francisco School of Law
"Charge: U.S. Sentencing Out of Step With World Practices"The Crime Report05/25/12Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Cruel and Unusual: U.S. Sentencing Practices Vs. Everybody Else"Witness LA05/25/12Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Witness Discounts Confession to Ore. Baby Killing"The Columbian05/25/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Cruel and Unusual: U.S. Sentencing Practices in a Global Context"Sentencing Law and Policy05/24/12Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Angelica Swartout’s Infanticide Confession Discounted by Expert Witness"The Register-Guard05/24/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Shelby Jurors Hear Recording of Phone Call from Jail"Evansville Courier & Press05/23/12Prof. Richard Leo
Broadcast on juvenile sentencing in the U.S.NTN24 Nuestra Telenoticias05/22/12Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Summary Judgments for May 22: Comparative Sentencing"Thomson Reuters News & Insight05/22/12Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Suits Allege Cell Phone Tracking Software Violates Federal Wiretap Act"The National Law Journal, Law Technology News05/22/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"State Justices Wade into Questions about Undocumented Immigrant's Effort to be Admitted to the Bar"Daily Journal05/18/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Expert Says Police Interview with Shelby Created Environment for False Confession"Messenger-Inquirer05/17/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Manian on 'Functional Parenting and Dysfunctional Abortion Policy'”Feminist Law Professors05/17/12Prof. Maya Manian
"Shelby Attorney Seeks Release of Mental Health Records of Victim's Mother"Evansville Courier & Press05/16/12Prof. Richard Leo
Robert Talbot in broadcast about unusual rulingNBC Bay Area News at 1105/15/12Prof. Robert Talbot
"Twitter Defense of Occupy Protester’s Tweets is Landmark Case, Experts Say"TPM (Talking Points Memo)05/09/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Amanda Knox Case and The Norfolk Four Highlight Irreparable Damage Caused By Wrongful Convictions"GroundReport05/08/12Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Amanda Knox Case and The Norfolk Four Highlight Irreparable Damage Caused By Wrongful Convictions"GroundReport05/08/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Two Fellows to Join Public Defenders Office"The Advocate05/07/12David Rubin (Class of 2012)
"Passing the Buck on Location Tracking"Politico05/03/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Taking Business in Flight? Be Careful"The New York Times05/02/12Adjunct Prof. Robert Brownstone
Broadcast with Rhonda Magee on the State of Black San Francisco IIKPOO-FM05/02/12Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Both Sides to Pay Legal Fees in Meal-and-Rest Cases"Daily Journal05/01/12Asst. Prof. Ellyn Moscowitz
"Autodesk Lawsuit Claims Menace from Mysterious Online Foes"The Marin Independent Journal04/29/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Like It or Not, Arizona's SB 1070 Is About Racial Profiling"The Huffington Post04/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on Supreme Court's review of Arizona's SB 1070KCBS Radio04/25/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Cyclist will Face Charges in Connection with Hitting Pedestrian"San Francisco Examiner04/25/12Prof. Robert Talbot
"Fewer Than 3,000 Immigration Cases Closed Under New Obama Policy"KPBS Public Broadcasting04/24/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Applying the Clean Air Act to Greenhouse Gases: What Does It Mean for Traditional Pollutants?"CPRBlog04/24/12Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Court Documents Reveal PG&E Likely to Take Hard Line on Issue of Paying Punitive Damages"San Jose Mercury News04/23/12Prof. Joshua Davis
"Off-Market Transactions Frequent in Competitive Silicon Valley Real Estate Frenzy"Peninsula Press04/12/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Fifth Circuit Considers Constitutionality of Cell Site Location Data"Concurring Opinions04/10/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"US Police Track Cellphones without Warrants"Al Jazeera04/06/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"2 Tied to False Confessions Now Instruct Cops on Investigating"Chicago Tribune04/06/12Prof. Richard Leo
"How California Cops Grab Phone Data from Apple, Google, Carriers"The Tech Chronicles (San Francisco Chronicle blog)04/03/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Honor Trayvon Martin's Death: Declare War on Racism"The Huffington Post04/02/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"CSU Whistle-Blower Loses Job; Accused Teaches On"San Francisco Chronicle04/01/12Prof. Joshua Davis
"Closer Look: SF Massacre Prompts Review of Vietnamese Immigration Policies"CBS 503/30/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Greenhouse Gas Standards for New Power Plants: Glass Half-Full and Half-Empty"CPRBlog03/28/12Prof. Alice Kaswan
Broadcast on deportation issues for immigrants convicted of crimesCBS 5 Eyewitness News03/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on Vietnam's refusal to accept immigrant criminalKCBS Radio03/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on immigration issues surrounding murder suspectKCBS Radio03/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on murder suspect who avoided deportation after previous run-in with lawKGO Morning News03/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on deportation proceedings of immigrant criminalsKGO Morning News03/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"How Alleged SF Murderer Avoided Deportation"KQED News03/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on murder suspect not deported for past crimeKRON 4 Early News03/27/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Police: Wounded Foster City Intruder May Have Been Lost"Oakland Tribune, San Jose Mercury News, San Mateo County Times, and others03/27/12Prof. Steven Shatz
"San Francisco Slayings Suspect Avoided Deportation, Victims Identified"CBS 5 Eyewitness News03/26/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on immigrant criminals' deportationJohn Kessler, KGO Radio03/26/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on failed attempt to deport criminal immigrantPeter Finch With Nikki Medoro, KGO Radio03/26/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Understanding California's Domestic Workers Rights Bill"City Visions Radio (KALW 91.7 FM)03/13/12Prof. Maria Ontiveros
"Resisting Alabama Through Community Policing for Better Public Safety"The Huffington Post03/12/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Attempting to Preserve Equal Protection for Gays and Lesbians"University of Pittsburgh's JURIST03/12/12Prof. Julie Nice
"Supreme Court Ruling Prompts FBI to Turn Off 3,000 Tracking Devices"The Note (ABC News blog)03/07/12University of San Francisco School of Law, Prof. Susan Freiwald
"State Court to Examine 'Pay-for-Delay' Deals by Drugmakers"California Times, North County Times03/02/12Prof. Jesse Markham Jr.
"Introducing Guest Blogger Susan Freiwald"Concurring Opinions02/27/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Lessons to Remember From Japanese Internment"The Huffington Post02/21/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Two Years After the Earthquake, Haiti is Trying to Clear Tent Cities"The Washington Post, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette02/19/12CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Obama Rakes in Cash in SF"The Fiscal Times02/17/12Joseph Goldman (Class of 2014)
"The New Cambodian Civil Code"East Asia Forum02/16/12Dolores Donovan
"Feds Argue Using a Fake Name Can Deprive You of Rights"Wall Street Journal02/14/12Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Prop. 8: Supreme Court May Redefine Gay Rights"San Francisco Chronicle02/12/12Prof. Julie Nice
"Prop 8 Case and the Message for Immigration Reform"The Huffington Post02/10/12Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast featuring California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-SakauyeKLIV Radio (1590AM San Jose)02/09/12Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
Broadcast on mortgage abuse settlementKCBS Radio02/09/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Insight: Sacramento's Human Rights Violations"Insight Capital Public Radio02/08/12Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Sources: California to Join National Foreclosure Settlement"The Bay Citizen02/08/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Closer Look: Parental Notification Likely Headed Back To California Ballot" CBS 5 Eyewitness News at 6 p.m.02/08/12Prof. Maya Manian
"USF Professor Analyzes Prop. 8 Ruling"CBS 5 Eyewitness News at 6 p.m02/07/12Prof. Julie Nice
"Professor Weighs in on Next Legal Step in Prop. 8 Case"KRON 4 Evening News02/07/12Prof. Julie Nice
"What Is a Frequent Flier Mile Worth?"Tax Analysts02/06/12Adjunct Prof. Dominic Daher
"New: Taxation of Frequent Flier Miles"Forbes02/03/12Adjunct Prof. Dominic Daher
"Reversal in Roommate Discrimination Case"Daily Journal02/03/12Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Keeping Tasks Inside the Firewall"Law Technology News01/30/12Adjunct Prof. Robert Brownstone
"Conviction Rates: Meaningful Number or Political Weapon?"The Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA)01/29/12Prof. Robert Talbot
"Kohler Co. Steamed Over Arizona Firm's Name"Milwaukee Journal Sentinel01/24/12Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Reinventing USF"San Francisco Business Times01/20/12Prof. Richard Leo
"Mirkarimi Will Learn Monday When His Domestic Violence Trial Will Begin"KTVU News at 501/20/12Prof. Robert Talbot
"Waiting for the GHG New Source Performance Standards: A Good Start, But Will EPA's Power Plant Controls Make a Difference?"CPRBlog01/19/12Prof. Alice Kaswan
"RFF Touts Flexible GHG Limits For Existing Plants As EPA Hedges On Rule"Washington Publishers01/19/12Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Responsible Procreation: The Best Justification for Denying Marriage to Same-Sex Couples?"The Law and Global Justice Forum01/17/12Matthew Palmer (Class of 2012)
"In Haiti, Cautious Hope Around Effort to Find Families New Homes"The Christian Science Monitor01/12/12CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Amnesty International Protests Gitmo detentions"ABC 7 News KGO (ABC San Francisco)01/11/12Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"District Attorney to Decide on Mirkarimi Charges This Week"The Bay Citizen01/11/12Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on 10 year anniversary of GuantanamoKCBS Radio01/10/12Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Guantánamo Bay: 10 Years of Controversy"Radio Netherlands01/10/12Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"From Eugenics to Personhood: A Brief History of the Birth Control Debate in the U.S"The Law and Global Justice Forum01/09/12Aditi Fruitwala (Class of 2014)
"Prop 13: The Building-Sized Loopholes Corporations Exploit"SF Weekly01/04/12Prof. Daniel Lathrope
"Mindful Society: Meeting of the Mindful"Shambhala Sun01/01/12Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Courts Tackle a Range of Environmental Issues in 2011"Daily Journal12/28/11Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Prosecuting Avoidable Famine as a Crime Against Humanity"The Law and Global Justice Forum12/20/11Adjunct Prof. Howard J. De Nike
"Barry Bonds: Debate Over Beverly Hills House Arrest"L.A. Now (Los Angeles Times blog)12/19/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds Avoids Prison Time for Giving Evasive Testimony"The New York Times12/19/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds' Sentence Engenders Debate"UPI NewsTrack Sports (United Press International)12/19/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds is Sentenced in Enduring BALCO Saga"USA Today12/19/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds Avoids Prison, Gets House Arrest and Probation" Los Angeles Times12/17/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"In Their Own Words: Eight Lives Changed by the Iraq War"CNN12/15/11Eric Sofge (Class of 2013)
"Barry Bonds Likely to Avoid Jail Time at Friday Sentencing"USA Today, Tucson Citizen12/15/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"High Court Review of Immigrant Law Could Shed Light on State Rights"Daily Journal12/12/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"New Developments Between the World’s Top Cocaine-Producer And the World’s Top Cocaine-Consumer"The Law and Global Justice Forum11/30/11Lindsay Freeman (Class of 2013)
"Creative Financing Deals May Cost City $68 Million"New York Times, Bay Citizen11/26/11Prof. Jesse Markham
"A Step in the Right Direction: Ending Manipulation of Universal Jurisdiction"The Law and Global Justice Forum11/23/11Liat Blum (Class of 2012)
"Haiti's Earthquake Recovery Marred by Forced Evictions, Cholera"Chicago Public Media, WBEZ 91.5 (affiliate of NPR)11/21/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
Broadcast on the issue of standing in Prop. 8 caseKRON 4 Evening News11/17/11Prof. Julie Nice
"Love Thy Neighbor, Except if He is Mexican"The Law and Global Justice Forum11/16/11Liat Blum (Class of 2013)
"Federally Funding Hunger"The Law and Global Justice Forum11/11/11Vinuta Naik (Class of 2013)
"Mortgage Settlement: Many Are Left Behind"Bay Citizen, New York Times11/10/11Prof. Tim Iglesias
"'Our Blood is Also Red'* – Revisiting the United States’ Ban on Blood Donation from Gay Men"The Law and Global Justice Forum11/08/11Aditi Fruitwala (Class of 2014)
"From the Bench: U.S. Supreme Court"Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom (American Library Association)11/01/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Spielberg, Guantanamo, and Me"California Lawyer11/01/11Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Therapy Dogs Provide Stress (and Comic) Relief"AALL Spectrum11/01/11Suzanne Mawhinney (librarian)
"Move Over, Marlowe—Spouse Spy's on the Case"AirTalk (89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio)10/31/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"With Trial Beginning Monday, Experts Question Interrogation of Day Care Worker"Chicago Tribune10/30/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Law Schools Use Google and Facebook to Screen Applicants"Daily Journal10/26/11Raizza Ty (Class of 2014)
"A Practice Unchecked: The Legal Dilemma of Targeted Killing"The Law and Global Justice Forum10/26/11Meghan McSweeney (Class of 2013)
"Media Advisory: Congresswoman Wilson Hosts Forums on Haiti--Hill Briefings Cover the Rights of Haiti's Poor and Racial Discrimination in the Dominican Republic"Congressional Documents, 2010 Federal Information & News Dispatch, Inc.10/26/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Electronic Communications Privacy Act is Outdated: U.S. Gov’t Can Read Emails Without Warrant"Death and Taxes10/21/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Mad Women: The Case for Ending Sex-Based Discrimination on American Soil by Foreign Subsidiaries"The Law and Global Justice Forum10/18/11Liat Blum (Class of 2012)
"SF Symposium Aims to Tackle Issues of Black Flight"KQED News10/18/11Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Free Trade Agreements Mean Job Losses in the Other Country as Well"The Huffington Post10/17/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"U.S. Sweep Nets Private Email Addresses"Al Jazeera10/12/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Former Heads of State: to Prosecute, or Not to Prosecute?"The Law and Global Justice Forum10/10/11Alyssa Bussey (Class of 2014)
"ISP Members File Supreme Court Amicus Brief on GPS Tracking in U.S. v. Jones"Information Society Project website10/09/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Give Criminal Aliens a Second Chance"The Huffington Post10/03/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Help Inspire College Students to Make Law School a Destination"BASF Bulletin10/01/11Prof. Richard Sakai
"Suit: Government is Failing to Protect Earth's Atmosphere"Daily Journal
(reposted on Our Children's Trust website)
09/30/11Prof. Alice Kaswan
"California Bar Foundation Gives $257,000 in Scholarships"Daily Journal09/30/11Raymond Rollan (Class of 2015)
"FAQ: Which Social Networks Fight for Your Rights?"PCWorld09/27/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Will Corporations Be Given a Free Pass for Human Rights Violations Abroad?"The Law and Global Justice Forum09/27/11Matthew Palmer (Class of 2012)
"Fowl Language: Companies Squawk About Who Gets 'Tweet'"Wall Street Journal09/24/11Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Even in Tragedy, We’re a Nation of Immigrants"89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio09/19/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"San Francisco's Special Education Classes Disproportionately Filled with Minority Students"San Francisco Examiner09/18/11Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
Broadcast on privacy rights in the digital ageLady Brain with Steph and Lauren
Green 960AM (San Francisco)
09/17/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Court Case Asks if 'Big Brother' is Spelled GPS"New York Times09/10/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Julie Nice on CLS v. Martinez, the First Amendment, and Equality"Constitutional Law Prof Blog09/09/11Prof. Julie Nice
"Battle of Hastings"Jotwell09/09/11Prof. Julie Nice
"The Defining Moment of the Decade"The Huffington Post09/07/11Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Ed Lee Benefiting from Voters’ Focus on Jobs"Beyond Chron09/07/11Adjunct Prof. Randy Riddle
"Expert: Day Care Death Suspect Has 'Risk Factors' For False Confession"Chicago Daily Herald09/07/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Calusinski Attorneys Want Interrogation Expert to Testify"Lake County News-Sun (Chicago Sun-Times Publication)09/07/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Vigilante Racism and the De-Americanization of Muslim Americans"The Huffington Post09/06/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Paying Mind to Diversity: An Argument for Meditation"mindful.org08/31/11Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Amazon Not Out of the Jungle Yet"San Francisco Business Times08/26/11Prof. Daniel Lathrope
"Suspect in Deaths to be Tried as Juvenile"Pittsburgh Tribune Review08/24/11Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"N.C. Abortion Law Sparks Controversy"The Daily Tar Heel08/24/11Prof. Maya Manian
"One Hand Clapping for Latest Obama Deportation Reforms"The Huffington Post08/23/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast with Robert Talbot on Bart station protestsKTVU Channel 2 News08/23/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"100 Days into Michel Martelly’s Presidency: Survey Reveals Conflicts of Camp Closure"
Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti
08/22/11Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Law Could Lighten the Sentences of California Juvenile Offenders Serving Life Without Parole"San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, Alameda Times08/21/11Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Coping With Loneliness in Guantanamo"The Huffington Post08/19/11Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"New Jersey Tent City Houses 70 Homeless People Who Draw Community Scorn"ABC World News with Diane Sawyer08/11/11Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Judge's Conduct in Beach Hearing Praised by Both Sides"Great Falls Tribune08/05/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Visiting Scholar: Professor Maya Manian, 2011-2012"Center for Productive Rights website08/04/11Prof. Maya Manian
Radio broadcast on reserve immigration trendKCBS Radio07/29/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"The CBC’s Nil Koksal speaks with Nicole Phillips of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (CBC)"Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti07/19/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Breaking the Rules of Interrogation"Hernando Today/The Tampa Tribune07/15/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"PG&E Seeks to Clarify Legal Position in San Bruno Pipeline Case"San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times07/12/11Prof. Joshua Davis
"Control the Border: Invest in Mexico"The Huffington Post07/12/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Surprising Discovery in the Charred Rectory"The Philadelphia Inquirer07/11/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Bar Considers Ending Some Data Collection"Daily Journal07/08/11Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
Broadcast on new video relating to Bryan Stow caseNBC Bay Area News06/27/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Amnesty, Double Jeopardy on Agenda for Tribunal Hearing"Voice of America06/26/11Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"Taking Stock: Digital Danger"Bloomberg06/24/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"The Final Word"Bloomberg Radio06/24/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Remarkable or Not, All Dreamers Deserve a Chance"The Huffington Post06/24/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Prof. Ontiveros on lawsuit over beating at Dodger StadiumDaily Journal06/24/11Prof. Maria Ontiveros
"Atif Rafay, Sebastian Burns Appeal to be Heard 17 Years After Triple Murder in U.S."The Vancouver Sun06/21/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Administration's Acknowledgement of Severe Flaws in S-Comm Highlights Need for Moratorium and TRUST Act"San Francisco Sentinel06/17/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"U.S. Must Stand Up to Unlawful Eviction of Haitans from Displacement Camps"CIP Americas Program Newsletter06/16/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"As Edison CEO, Bryson Survived Tough Test of Calif. Power Crisis"Greenwire06/15/11Prof. Alice Kaswan
"35 Years of Getting to Yes: San Francisco's Community Boards"City Visions Radio
(KALW 91.7 FM)
06/13/11Prof. Emeritus Jay Folberg
"Court Seeks Ruling on Long Prison Sentences for Juveniles"The Recorder06/10/11JLWOP Interim Dir. Kyra Millich
"Canadian Natural Gas Future Looks Bright"Calgary Herald06/09/11Adjunct Prof. Susan Sakmar
"Did Arizona Really Win at the Supreme Court?"The Huffington Post06/02/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"BASF's Pipeline to a Career in Law: Scholarship Recipients Update"The Bar Association of San Francisco Bulletin06/01/11Ann Kariuki (Class of 2011)
"Will California Opt Out of Secure Communities, and Can It?"89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio05/26/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Legitimacy of Tribunal at Stake: Legal Observers"Voice of America05/24/11Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"Legally Easy Episode 25: Let’s Talk Immigration"The RocketLawyer Podcast05/23/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Interview with CBS radio on California prison population ruling by the U.S. Supreme CourtKCBS Radio05/23/11Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on Giant fan critically beaten at Dodgers StadiumKTVU Channel 2 News05/23/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"No False Confessions? Science Has Found Dozens, Often Wrung From Coerced Young Suspects"Memphis Commercial Appeal, Chicago Sun-Times, Standard-ExaminerDistributed via Scripps Howard News Service05/22/11Prof. Richard Leo
"Kill the Death Penalty"The Huffington Post05/16/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Evolving Natural Gas and Liquids Supply Base in North American Portends New Regulations and Policies"Foster Natural Gas Report (Also distributed via Westlaw)05/13/11Adjunct Prof. Susan Sakmar
"Disrespecting Undocumented Immigrants"The Huffington Post05/12/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Legal Scholars Weigh in on Secure Communities"San Francisco Bay Guardian05/10/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Campos Urges Lee to Implement Entire Due Process Law"San Francisco Bay Guardian05/10/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Mobile Privacy Issues Come to Capitol Hill—Apple’s iOS4 to be Examined in Senate Hearing"Information Today05/09/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"USF Law Students Turn to Dogs for Stress Relief"San Francisco Examiner05/08/11Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Nannies and Housekeepers: A Common Part of Los Altos Life Rarely Addressed in Immigration Debate"Los Altos Patch05/05/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Bin Laden Was a Pretext for Anti-Immigrant Policies"The Huffington Post05/03/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Michel Martelly’s Short Honeymoon"TheFreshOutlook.com05/03/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Making Peace in America's Cities"Shambhala Sun05/01/11Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Don't Deport Immigrants With Mental Disabilities"The Huffington Post04/28/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"San Francisco May Vote on Banning Male Circumcision"Reuters04/27/11Prof. Joshua Davis
"Parsing the AEP v. Connecticut Argument: Did the Court Ask the Right Questions?"CPRBlog04/21/11Prof. Alice Kaswan
Radio broadcast on ruling that halts implementation of Arizona's SB 1070Michael Eric Dyson Show04/18/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Radio broadcast on HOA fees amid the foreclosure crisisKCBS Radio04/15/11Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Undocumented Immigrants: Give Them a Parade, Not SB 1070"The Huffington Post04/14/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast with Mad Dog Radio on Barry Bonds caseMad Dog Radio (Sirius XM Radio station)04/14/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds is Convicted of Obstruction of Justice"Los Angeles Times, The Kansas City Star, Denver Post, among others04/13/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Verdict In: Barry Bonds Found Guilty, But Case Not Closed Yet"USA Today04/13/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Extended Deliberations Bad News for Bonds?"Fox Sports News04/12/11Prof. Robert Talbot
Radio broadcast on the potential conflict within jury in Bonds' caseKCBS Radio04/12/11Prof. Robert Talbot
Radio broadcast on jury in Barry Bonds' caseKCBS Radio04/12/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds Jurors End Third Day of Deliberations Without Verdict"L.A. Now (Los Angeles Times blog)04/12/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Jury to Continue Deliberating in Bonds Perjury Case"New York Times04/12/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds Jurors End Third Day Without Verdict"UPI NewsTrack Sports (United Press International)04/12/11Prof. Robert Talbot
Radio broadcast on Ninth Circuit decision on Arizona's SB 1070KCBS Radio04/11/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Feminist Legal History: Essays on Women and Law"Feminist Law Professors04/11/11Maya Manian
"Barry Bonds Jury Has Plenty to Consider"San Francisco Chronicle04/09/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds' Jury Asks for Transcript of Ex-Partner’s Secret Tape"Bloomberg Businessweek04/08/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"No Verdict Reached in Barry Bonds Perjury Trial as Former Trainer Greg Anderson Released from Prison"New York Daily News04/08/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Infusing the Deportation System With Restorative Justice"The Huffington Post04/07/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"The 2011 Guggenheim Fellows"Jacket Copy (Los Angeles Times blog)04/07/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Experts: Bonds' Perjury Trial 'Too Close to Call'"California Watch04/07/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds' Defense Attorneys Rest Without Calling One Witness"USA Today04/07/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds' Lawyers Rest Their Case Without Calling Witnesses"Bloomberg Businessweek04/06/11Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on Barry Bonds' caseKCBS Radio04/06/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds Rest His Case Without Taking a Swing"San Jose Mercury News04/06/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Voices on the Haitian Elections"PRI's The World04/04/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Experts Say Prosecutors Have Scored Only One Direct Hit on Barry Bonds"Los Angeles Times04/04/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Lost Tape is Found in Trial of Bonds"New York Times04/04/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds has Momentum Headed into Critical Trial Week"Associated Press04/03/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"E-mail is Protected from Unreasonable Search and Seizure, Circuit Rules"Inside Counsel04/01/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Prosecutors Tweak Witness List"USA Today, American Chronicle, among others03/31/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Pair's Testimony Aids Case vs. Barry Bonds, Expert Says"USA Today03/29/11Robert Talbot
"Ex-Mistress: Bonds Blamed Steroids for Injury"Associated Press, National Post (Canada), etc.03/28/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Calif. Regulators Scramble in Wake of Court Ruling on Emissions"Greenwire03/24/11Prof. Alice Kaswan
Broadcast on jury of Barry Bonds trialWCBS Newsradio (National Programming)03/23/11Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on Barry Bonds perjury trialWCBS Newsradio (National Programming)03/23/11Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on testimony of Steve Hoskins in Barry Bonds trialWCBS Newsradio (National Programming)03/23/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"At the Witness Stand, Two Parallel Paths Diverge"The New York Times03/22/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Nicole Phillips on KPFA Radio discusses March 20 Fraudulent Elections (KPFA Radio)"Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti03/21/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
Nicole Phillips and Bea Lindstrom Interview on Forced Evictions (Sojourner Truth)Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti03/21/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Barry Bonds Steroid Case Goes to Trial"Los Angeles Times03/21/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"It's Opening Day, and They're Playing for Keeps at Last"The New York Times03/21/11Scott Ito (Class of 2012)
"In U.S. vs. Bonds, a Tawdry Turn"The Bay Citizen, New York Times03/20/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Most Diverse Law Schools"The National Jurist03/15/11Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"Jailed Six Years as Argument Rages Over Expert Witness"Philadelphia Inquirer03/15/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Without Human Rights We Are Just Another Country"The Huffington Post03/14/11Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Keyword Competition Not Illegal"Daily Journal03/10/11Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Shatz and Shatz on Gender and the Death Penalty"CrimProf Blog03/10/11Prof. Steven Shatz
"Will Another Dream Fade? Obama Should Endorse Same-Sex Marriages for Immigration Purposes"The Huffington Post03/09/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on proposed settlement between state AGs and banksKCBS Radio03/08/11Prof. Tim Iglesias
"University of San Francisco's Investor Justice Clinic Helps Investors"California Securities Fraud Lawyer Blog03/01/11Adjunct Prof. Brett Alcala
"Mexico's Economy is the Problem that Anti-Immigration Laws Won't Solve"The Huffington Post02/28/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Illegal Immigration"You Are Here (WERS radio)02/27/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"San Bruno Blast Lawsuits Headed into Courtroom"San Francisco Examiner02/18/11Prof. Joshua Davis
Interview on Prop. 8 and the California Supreme CourtKNX radio02/17/11Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast on communications privacy (also featuring Electronic Frontier Foundation)Forthright Radio (KZYX)02/16/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
Interview on the California Supreme Court and legal standing for Prop. 8KCBS Radio02/16/11Prof. Julie Nice
"Tools for Effective Immigration Reform"Daily Journal02/15/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on communications privacy (also featuring Electronic Frontier Foundation)Daily Journal02/15/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"ABA Backs Independence of Law School Clinical Courses"ABA Journal02/14/11Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"WikiLeaks Backers 'Anonymous' to be Probed by U.S. Grand Jury"Bloomberg02/09/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"U-M Law Clinic: Records Prove Convicted Killer Mark Craighead is Innocent After All"Detroit Free Press02/02/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"When Lawyers Attack: Behave Yourself!"Plaintiff02/01/11Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Meet John Doe: Picking Up the Music Industry's Club, A Group of Lawyers Revive the Mass Copyright Suit"American Lawyer02/01/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"John Does Under Fire for File Sharing"Internet Law & Strategy02/01/11Prof. Robert Talbot
"Will County Lauded for Self-Critical Look into Botched Riley Fox Case"Chicago Tribune01/30/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"The Government Wants Your Internet Service Provider to Keep Better Track of You"Marketplace Tech Report01/27/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Data Privacy Day Brighter to Advocates Because of Appeals Court Victories"Communications Daily, Washington Internet Daily01/26/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Appellate E-Communication Privacy Rulings Impetus to Push for Reforms to ECPA"Electronic Commerce & Law Report01/26/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Broadcast on the Fourth Amendment and electronic surveillance"Letters to Washington (KPFA)01/20/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"¿Se somete a un juez de California? Sí, acepto"El Pais01/13/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Surviving in the Wild West of Binary Information Brokers"Motherboard.TV01/12/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Haitians Hold Moment of Silence a Year after Quake"CTV News, Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti01/12/11CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Support and Doubt Greet Gascón Move"San Francisco Chronicle01/11/11Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"1986 Privacy Law is Outrun by the Web"The New York Times01/09/11Prof. Susan Freiwald
Radio broadcast on Massachusetts ruling against U.S. Bancorp and Wells Fargo in mortgage foreclosure caseKCBS Radio01/07/11Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Hostile State Battles Now Define Immigration"ColorLines01/06/11Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Hold New, Open, Fair Elections"The Miami Herald01/03/11CLGJ Asst. Dir. for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Meet John Doe: Picking Up the Music Industry's Baton, a Group of Lawyers Revive the Mass Copyright Suit"Corporate Counsel01/01/11Prof. Robert Talbot