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 are highlights of recent coverage.

""I wouldn't change a thing": J Thomas McCarthy reflects on a career in trademarks"  World Trademark Review  6/12/2018  Prof. McCarthy
"Using Mindfulness To Combat Social Bias"  Above the Law  6/4/2018 Prof. Magee
"Judge criticized in Brock Turner sex assault case faces recall vote"  NBC News 6/5/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"¿Por qué la Corte Suprema falló a favor del pastelero que se negó a hacer la torta de boda de una pareja homosexual?"  Univisión  6/4/2018 Prof. de la Vega
"District Attorney Michael Ramos is a roadblock to justice"  The Sun, San Bernardino  6/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Should the Movement to Oust Bad Prosecutors Go After Judges Next?"  Slate 6/1/2018  Prof. Bazelon
"Trump cancels summit, citing ‘open hostility' by North Korea"  KRON 4  5/24/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"They came here as refugees. Now the U.S. may be deporting some Vietnamese nationals."  NBC News 5/23/2018  Prof. Hing
"WTR Industry Awards 2018: winning trademark teams and individuals announced"  World Trademark Review  5/23/2018 Prof. McCarthy
"Abortion Restrictions Grow Under the Trump Administration: The White House and some states are enacting new rules that could dramatically limit abortion access."  National Journal Daily  5/21/2018  Prof. Manian
"Plenty of Legal Issues Come With Endless Possibilities of AI"  San Diego Business Journal 5/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Sessions takes key authority away from immigration judges"  San Francisco Chronicle  5/17/2018 Prof. Hing
"No one knows how Google Duplex will work with eavesdropping laws" The Verge 5/16/2018 Prof. Monroe
"Burgund: Wife abused him, persuaded him to falsely confess sexual abuse"  The Telegraph  5/14/2018 Prof. Leo
"Twitter to Channel Walmart Legal Victory in Discrimination Suit" Bloomberg Quint 5/10/2018 Prof. Green
"The New ICE Age: An Agency Unleashed" The New York Review of Books 5/2/2018 Prof. Hing
"Lawyers have enhanced duty of confidentiality when engaging in public commentary" ABA Journal 5/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Group Addresses Incarceration Among Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders" Diverse Issues in Education 5/1/2018 Prof. Hing
"In light of Central American migrants reaching border, we get a primer on asylum law" 89.3 KPCC 4/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"SF judges say campaign rhetoric skewing June election" SF Examiner 4/28/2018 Dean John Trasviña
"The murder he didn't do: Why the innocent confess to guilt" The Star-Ledger 4/22/2018 Prof. Leo
"ICE Cold: How a Loyal Obama Bureaucrat Became the Face of Trump’s Deportation Force" Mother Jones 4/13/2018 Prof. Hing
"San Francisco joins suit to fight Trump administration over census citizenship question" San Francisco Chronicle, SF Gate, Loredo Morning Times 4/3/2018 Prof. Hing
"The Unforgiven" The Progressive 4/1/2108 Prof. Hing
"What Michael Blagg said when police weren’t around' NBC 9 News Denver 3/28/2018 Prof. Leo
"ICE gained access to Santa Clara County inmates, breaching sanctuary policies" San Francisco Chronicle 3/27/2018 Prof. Hing
"Low-income housing developer files civil rights complaint against Broadmoor Bluffs neighbors" The Gazette, Colorado Springs 3/25/2018 Prof. Iglesias
"Facebook debacle could force US to catch up with Europe in privacy rules" San Francisco Chronicle 3/23/2018 Prof. Freiwald
"Supreme Court To Decide Scope Of Trump's Power To Detain Criminal Immigrants" The Newburgh Gazette 3/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"U.S. Supreme Court to rule on no-bail jailing of immigrants who’ve served criminal terms" SF Gate 3/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"In San Francisco, Newsom policy reported undocumented youth to ICE" The Mercury News 3/20/2018 Prof. Hing
"Facebook says you 'own' all the data you post. Not even close, says privacy experts" The Los Angeles Times, Allentown Morning Call 3/19/2018 Prof. Freiwald
"California Judge Warns Against Rise of Partisanship in Judicial Elections" Courthouse News Service 3/16/2018 Prof. Davis
"The Tragedy And Uselessness Of Torture" Inquistr 3/15/2019 Prof. Honigsberg
Professor Hing on the sanctuary state lawsuit filed by Jeff Sessions against California WGN Radio 3/14/2018 Prof. Hing
"Feds’ Chances in California Sanctuary Fight Get Mixed Reviews" Couthouse News Service 3/9/2018 Prof. Hing
"We're About To Find Out What Happens When A Liberal State Asserts Its Right Not To Follow A Federal Law" BuzzFeed News 3/8/2018 Prof. Hing
"Oakland Mayor responds to Trump calling her a 'disgrace'" Kron 4 3/8/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Jeff Sessions’ misleading claim: California bans police cooperation with ICE" PolitiFact California 3/7/2018 Prof. Hing
"Official blames Oakland mayor for 800 missed arrests" The Associated Press 3/1/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"California mayor gives illegal immigrants heads-up about impending ICE operation" The Blaze 2/26/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Warning of ICE action, Oakland mayor takes Trump resistance to new level" The San Francisco Chronicle, SF Gate 2/25/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Mayor Farrell Advances Plan for Municipal Fiber Internet" Bay City Beacon 2/25/2018 Prof. Freiwald
Civics 101 A Podcast: The Thirteenth Amendment New Hampshire Public Radio   2/20/2018 Prof. Ontiveros
"California law school deans ask for new investigation in Kevin Cooper, 1983 Chino Hills homicide case"  The Daily Bulletin, The San Bernardino County Sun  2/20/2018 Dean John Trasviña
"Big Oil’s Global Warming Case Could Hinge on Jurisdiction"  Courthouse News Service  2/16/2018 Prof. Kaswan
 "A clash of Silicon Valley Titans end with an unexpected settlement."  CBS This Morning 2/10/2018 Prof. Franklyn
"​Court rules Los Angeles sheriff violated immigrants' rights"  89.3 KPCC 2/09/2018  Prof. Hing
Professor Franklyn on Uber and Waymo Settlement BBC News 2/05/2018 Prof. Franklyn
"A Short, Brutal History of ICE" Splinter News  2/02/2018 Prof. Hing
"Public defender urges SF to end gang injunctions against minorities" San Francisco Examiner   2/01/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"‘Hamid didn’t want to go.’ Lawyers say FBI coerced terror defendant to falsely confess" The Sacramento Bee   1/29/2018  Prof. Leo
"Court to decide whether Lodi man was wrongly convicted of terrorism"   San Francisco Chronicle  1/29/2018 Prof. Leo
"Cyntoia Brown and the Years Lost by Juvenile Lifers"  In Justice Today 1/29/2018 Prof. de la Vega
"Trump’s immigration plan puts Democrats in a vise"  San Francisco Chronicle, WRAL  1/27/2018 Dean John Trasviña
"Defending Wrongful Convictions"  NPR's Midday on WYNC  1/24/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Schools, groups plan for ways to help young immigrants" The Associated Press   1/17/2018 Prof. Hing
"‘It might get ugly:’ Bay Area cities brace for ICE sweeps"  The Mercury News 1/17/2018  Prof. Hing
"ICE plans major sweep in Northern California, Bay Area: report"  KTVU 1/17/2018 Prof. Hing
"Redemption for Offenders and Victims: A new variation on an age-old tradition helps criminal defendants redeem their lives, far more effectively than prison does."  The American Prospect  1/17/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Trump administration to ask high court for review of judge’s DACA order"  SF Gate 1/16/2018  Prof. Hing
"This Is How Mass Incarceration Happens: The campaign to recall the judge who went easy on Brock Turner is well-intentioned. It’s also incredibly dangerous."  Slate  1/16/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"When Prosecutors Are 'Innocence Deniers'"  NPR  1/13/2018  Prof. Bazelon
USF law school dean offers take on future of DACA ABC7 News 1/10/2018 Dean John Trasviña
"The Innocence Deniers: When convictions are clearly wrong, these prosecutors don’t just hinder justice—they actively work against it."  Slate  1/10/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"US mulls immigration judges' authority to close cases"  The Daily Journal 1/09/2018 Prof. Brown Scott
"Trump decision on El Salvador threatens US life of Bay Area family" San Francisco Chronicle  1/08/2018 Prof. Hing
"Editorial: Why California’s response to Trump’s tax law is worth trying"  The Mercury News  1/05/2018 Prof. Lathrope
"ICE to Sanctuary California: 'Hold on Tight,' More ICE Agents Are Coming" Click Lancashire   1/05/2018   Prof. Hing
"Trump’s Top Immigration Enforcer Wants to Prosecute Local Politicians. Good Luck With That."  Mother Jones  1/04/2018 Prof. Hing
"After #MeToo Comes to the Courts"  The New York Times  1/03/2018 Prof. Bazelon
"Pre-law program paves way to career for once-wayward Bay Area students"  The Mercury News  12/20/2017 USF School of Law
Dean John Trasviña on Judge Alex Kozinski  KCBS  12/09/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Are GOP Senators Wiping Out Tax Breaks For Corporations?"  National Public Radio 12/06/2017 Prof. Lathrope 
"How the Trump administration is utilizing neighborhood cops to broaden its immigration system"  Aperture Games  12/04/2017 Prof. Hing
"How the Trump Administration Is Using Local Cops to Widen Its Immigration Dragnet"  Mother Jones  12/04/2017 Prof. Hing
"Holding on to Sanctuary, Despite Changes, oft deported suspect would go free" San Francisco Chronicle   12/03/2017 Prof. Hing
"What DACA Recipients Really Need Is for Their Bosses to Break the Law"  Splinter  11/30/2017 Prof. Hing
"Not Guilty: S.F. Jury Delivers Verdict in Kathryn Steinle Slaying"  KQED  11/30/2017 Prof. Bazelon
"Pregerson, Liberal Judge of 'Conscience' on the Ninth Circuit, Dead at 94" The Recorder   11/27/2017 Prof. Bazelon
"Professor Bazelon on the Kate Steinle Trial"  KQED 11/20/2017  Prof. Bazelon
"Thousands of immigrants with ‘protected status’ face possible deportation"  The Center for Public Integrity  11/6/2017 Prof. Hing
"Did NYC Suspect Commit Act of War? Republicans Want Him to be Treated as 'Enemy Combatant'"  Newsweek  11/1/2017 Prof. Honigsberg
"Democrats see more news about Russian probe as good news" San Francisco Chronicle 10/30/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Maryland development under fire after selling homes only to Muslims" Washington Post   10/24/2017 Prof. Iglesias
"Ex-Twitter Engineer Seeks to Show Women Can Climb Only So High"  Bloomberg Technology, The Spokesman-Review 10/23/2017  Prof. Green
"New York Police Spied On BLM Activists Despite Being Told Not To, BLM Sues Department"   Blavity  10/19/2017 Prof. Freiwald
"Black Lives Matter Chapter Files Lawsuit Claiming New York Police Spied On Them"  HotNewHipHop  10/19/2017 Prof. Freiwald
 "Police Spied on New York Black Lives Matter Group, Internal Police Documents Show"  Mother Jones  10/19/2017 Prof. Freiwald
"Conservative Chinese Americans are Mobilizing, Politically and Digitally" Pacific Standard   10/11/2017 Prof. Hing
Birth control coverage may be at risk due to new Trump administration policy ABC7 News 10/06/2017 Prof. Manian
"UC law professor's new book exposes wrongful convictions"  UC Magazine  10/05/2017 Prof. Leo
"Defendants renew not guilty pleas in Northwest Arkansas kickback case Document access dispute rises also"  NWAOnline  9/28/2017 Prof. Leo
"How sexual assault is reported on elementary school campuses" KCRW   9/25/2017 Prof. Bazelon
"A day after new Trump order, U.S. high court cancels hearing on travel ban"  San Francisco Chronicle  9/25/2017 Prof. Hing
"California’s Sexual Assault Law Will Hurt Black Kids"  New York Times  9/22/2017 Prof. Bazelon
"Dean John Trasviña on the Border Wall"  KTVU  9/20/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Wiretapped calls between Trump and Paul Manafort would have difficult road to disclosure" Washington Examiner   9/20/2017  Prof. Freiwald
"Don’t reduce legal immigration to get a new plan for DACA kids"  San Francisco Chronicle  9/19/2017 Dean John Trasviña 
"Liberals who hate Betsy DeVos agree she’s right to reform ‘failed’ Title IX system" The College Fix   9/19/2017 Prof. Bazelon
"Trump and Democrats Haggle Over DACA as 250000 Students Await Fate"  Hi-tech Beacon  9/17/2017  Dean John Trasviña
"Immigration activists take to the streets in Oakland ahead of DACA renewal deadline" ABC7 News   9/16/2017  Dean John Trasviña 
 "With anti-‘Dreamer’ base outraged, Trump keeps adding to the confusion"  San Francisco Chronicle  9/14/2017 Dean John Trasviña
 "As ‘Dreamer’ Deadline Looms, Law Schools’ Immigration Clinics Scramble to Help"  9/14/2017 Prof. Hing

"Schools Seek to Help Immigrants Amid Mixed Signals on DACA"

Associated Press, Time, Philadelphia Tribune, CBS SF Bay Area, Star Tribune (Minneapolis), Northwest Herald  9/14/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"15-State Lawsuit Over DACA Aims to Use Trump's Words Against Him"

 Governing  9/7/2017 Prof. Hing

"Davis G. Yee to Receive the American Inns of Court 2017 Warren E. Burger Prize for Writing"

 Business Wire  9/6/2017 Prof. Yee

"States sue over Trump’s DACA decision"

 SF Gate  9/6/2017  Prof. Hing

"States’ suit over DACA seeks to use Trump’s words against him"

 San Francisco Chronicle  9/6/2017 Prof. Hing

"Expert on false confessions testifies at Eastchester double-slaying trial"

 lohud 9/6/2017 Prof. Leo

"Dean John Trasviña on DACA"

 KRON4 9/5/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"Deporting Dreamers an unlikely priority, but a real possibility"

 San Francisco Chronicle  9/6/2017 Prof. Hing

"Anxiety Grows as Uncertainty Clouds the Future of DACA"

 KQED  8/29/2017 Prof. Hing

"Some States Now Require All Attorneys to Report Wrongful Convictions"

 ABA Journal  8/29/2017 Prof. Bazelon

"Bay area leaders strive to protect speech, prevent violence"

Associated Press 8/24/2017 Prof. Nice

"Immigration lawyers say policy change bogs courts"

Daily Journal  8/2/2017 Prof. Jaqueline Brown Scott

"Trasviña commentary: Trump's tweet on transgender individuals in the military"

ABC7 News 7/26/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"Should police interrogations be recorded?"

Al Jazeera 7/25/2017 Prof. Leo

"A legal fight over New York City dog-sitters highlights a bigger problem in America"

Yahoo! Finance 7/25/2017 Prof. Iglesias
"Professor Robert Talbot on the OJ Simpson Parole Hearing" ABC7 News 7/20/2017 Prof. Talbot
"Fans of Nobel laureate express sorrow, anger over his death" Associated Press 7/13/2017 Prof. Hing
"How to stop wrongful convictions" Magic Valley 7/9/2017 Prof. Leo
"The Whole Truth: Richard A. Leo On Why Innocent People Confess To Crimes" The Sun Magazine 7/1/2017 Prof. Leo
"The Hydra Of Abortion Law: 1 Year Into Whole Woman's Health" Law360 6/28/2017 Prof. Manian
"Interview with Lara Bazelon, Restorative Justice and Wrongful Convictions" KWMR 6/27/2017 Prof. Bazelon
"How the travel ban might play out in Los Angeles" 89.3 KPCC 6/26/2017 Prof. Hing
"Federal appeals court in SF deals Trump another travel ban defeat" SF Gate 6/12/2017 Prof. Hing
Trasviña discusses Comey Testimony on KRON4 KRON4 6/9/2017 Dean John Trasviña
Trasviña discusses Comey Testimony on KRON4 KRON4 6/9/2017 Dean John Trasviña
Dean John Trasviña comments on future of Russia Investigation after Comey's Testimony ABC7 6/8/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"In a credibility contest with Comey, Trump has a problem" San Francisco Chronicle 6/8/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Some Republicans start to edge away from Trump" San Francisco Chronicle 5/17/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Transviña on Trump’s Handling of Comey" KPIX5 5/15/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"President Trump shared secret info about IS with Russians" KRON4 5/15/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Have time - and Trump - changed governor's mind on sanctuary state?" Calmatters, The Bakersfield Californian, The Desert Sun 5/8/2017 Prof. Hing
"Popular Startup Causing Rift Between Consumers and Restaurants" NBC Bay Area 5/5/2017 Prof. Talbot
"Iglesias on San Francisco, AirBnB Settlement" KQED 5/1/2017 Prof. Iglesias
"US crime repatriations on hold" Khmer Times 4/26/2017 Prof. Hing
"Top FilAm women officials confront new U.S. policies under Trump" Rappler 4/25/2017 Prof. Hing
"SF’s green energy goal is a decade ahead of target" SF Chronicle 4/19/2017 Prof. Kaswan
"Keystone Strategy Supports Amazon in its Favorable Outcome of a $1.5 Billion Tax Dispute" Financial Services Monitor Worldwide 4/14/2017 Prof. Franklyn
"5 things to know about tougher prosecution of immigration offenses" KPCC 4/14/2017 Prof. Hing
"Donald Trump era puts sanctuary cities, protecting illegal immigrants living in the US, under threat" ABC News 4/11/2017 Prof. Hing
"Feds halt reports on local jurisdictions not aiding ICE" Santa Fe New Mexican 4/11/2017 Prof. Hing
"Blockchain: The Future of Health Data" Diagnostic Imaging Blog 4/11/2017 Prof. Dibadj
"Seventh Circuit ruling: Title VII's prohibition of sex discrimination prohibits sexual orientation discrimination" KCBS 4/5/2017 Prof. Nice
"Supreme Court nomination process: Analysis" KTVU 4/5/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Trump's Environmental Executive Order May Not Be as Bad As We Thought" KCSB News 4/5/2017 Prof. Kaswan
"Trump Administration Stands Up for U.S. STEM Workers" The Economic Populist 4/5/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"Justice Dept. says replacing U.S. workers may bring lawsuit" Computer World 4/3/2017 Dean John Trasviña
"US attorney general threatens to block grants to sanctuary cities" SF Chronicle 3/27/2017 Prof. Hing
"Omission of SF from ICE report confuses immigration experts" SF Chronicle 3/26/2017 Prof. Hing
"APNewsBreak: Virginia governor pardons 'Norfolk 4' sailors" SF Chronicle, The Canadian Press 3/21/2017 Prof. Leo
"Trump administration takes its time on travel ban appeal" SF Chronicle 3/21/2017 Prof. Hing
"3 Key Takeaways From The New Travel Ban Rulings" Law360 3/17/2017 Prof. Hing
"No Raids in Courthouses, California Chief Justice Warns ICE" Courthouse News Service 3/16/2017 Prof. Hing
"Advisory panel revives San Francisco's citywide gigabit fiber plans" State Scoop 3/14/2017 USF School of Law
"Panel to Study Wiring in San Francisco with High-Speed Internet" SF Chronicle 3/14/2017 USF School of Law
"Proposed Law Could Be a New Attack on Civil Rights" New York Times 3/13/2017 Prof. Davis
"San Francisco Police Department pulls out of FBI anti-terrorism task force" Washington Post 3/10/2017 Prof. Hing
"San Francisco involved in two sanctuary-city lawsuits" Norcal Record 3/10/2017 Prof. Hing
 "SF seeks to freeze executive order on cuts to sanctuary cities" SF Gate 3/8/2017 Prof. Hing

"Hey Area: A history of San Francisco's contested sanctuary status"

KALW 3/7/2017 Prof. Hing
"New travel order may still have legal obstacles, analysts say"  San Francisco Chronicle  3/6/2017  Prof. Hing

"A Great Article on Jury Instructions"

The Scrivener  2/28/2017 Prof. Davis 

"Tech Leaders Object to DHS Proposal to Collect Social Media Passwords of Travelers"

Cyber Report 2/24/2017 Prof. Freiwald

"McCarthy Institute Trademark Seminar 2017"

JD Supra 2/21/2017 Prof. Franklyn

"Conservatives should reject Trump's sanctuary city policy"

SF Chronicle 2/20/2017 Prof. Hing

"Why legal help would benefit immigrants facing deportation"

ABC 10 News 2/13/2017 Prof. Hing

"SF fights to protect sanctuary city status"

El Tecolote 2/8/2017 Prof. Hing

"Judges focus on whether President Trump's Immigration Order is Muslim Ban" 

ABC 7 News 2/7/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"PH travelers on Trump hit list? Only a matter of time" 2/3/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"Free speech: Is there a limit to this Constitutional right?"

KTVU 2/2/2017 Prof. Nice

"San Francisco Sues Trump to Stop Executive Order About Sanctuary Cities"

The New American 2/1/2017 Prof. Hing

"In Calif., Gorsuch Pick Greeted With Concern, Pragmatism"

The Recorder 2/1/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"How much is Trump’s order banning some refugees like Obama’s?"

The Mercury News,The Press-Enterprise 2/1/2017 Prof. Hing

"President Trump nominates Gorsuch to Supreme Court"

KRON 4  1/31/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"Trump Picks Federal Appeals Judge Gorsuch for Supreme Court"

NBC Bay Area  1/31/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"Trump Announces Gorsuch As Choice For Supreme Court"

CBS SF Bay Area 1/31/2017 Dean John Trasviña

"Trump picks Neil Gorsuch for Supreme Court"

KTVU 1/31/2017  Dean John Trasviña

"SF Expert Says Trump Nominee Gorsuch is in for Wild Ride" 

 ABC7 1/31/2017  Dean John Trasviña

Commentary on the firing of Attorney General Sally Yates

KCBS Radio 1/31/2017 Prof. Julie Nice

"SF sues over Trump’s executive order targeting sanctuary cities"

San Francisco Chronicle, SF Gate 1/31/2017 Prof. Hing
"San Francisco sues Trump Administration over Sanctuary city order" KTVU 1/31/2017 Prof. Hing
"A Chinese American lesson for Trump: For Chinese Americans , the Muslim ban is a reminder of decades of discrimination under the Chinese Exclusion Act" Al Jazeera 1/31/2017 Prof. Hing
"Survival of Trump's refugee ban depends on how courts see it" SF Chronicle 1/30/2017 Prof. Hing
"Trump and Obama immigration orders are similar, but there are major differences" Los Angeles Daily News 1/30/2017 Prof. Hing
"Trump’s immigration ban: 4 key questions answered" PolitiFact 1/29/2017 Prof. Hing
"Trump’s order to defund sanctuary cities faces legal questions in SF" SF Examiner 1/27/2017 Prof. Hing
"Breach database LeakedSource is down after reportedly being raided by feds" Cyberscoop 1/26/2017 Prof. Freiwald
"University of San Francisco School of Law and Jinan University School of Law sign a cooperation agreement" Sing Tao Daily 1/24/2016 Dean John Trasviña and USF School of Law
"USF law school to partner with Chinese law university" SF Examiner 1/23/2016 Dean John Trasviña and USF School of Law
"Opinion: Advertorials prevent citizens from accessing fair, accurate media" LSU's The Daily Reveille 1/20/2016 Prof. Franklyn
Commentary regarding recently published study showing abortions in America under 1 million for the first time since 1975.  KCBS Radio 1/19/2017 Prof. Manian
"Ending the bucha battle: Local company settles for new name" C-Ville 1/2/2017 USF Law Clinic
"COS program offers path for aspiring lawyers" Hanford Sentinel 12/24/2016 USF School of Law
"Amanda Knox Pens essay on Why Women Confess" ABC News, Good Morning America  12/16/2016 Prof. Leo
"Legal mind and immigrant rights fighter to take seat on Police Commission" SF Examiner 12/15/2016 Prof. Hing
"Bill Ong Hing appointed to SF Police Commission" San Francisco Chronicle 12/14/2016 Prof. Hing
"Sanctuary cities stand firm against Trump" Politico 12/12/2016 Prof. Hing
"What's at stake for Chicago if Trump comes down on sanctuary cities" Crain's Chicago Business 12/9/2016 Prof. Hing
"If feds try to ID deportable immigrants using Cal data, state will block access" CALmatters, The Davis Enterprise, Daily News Los Angeles, The Desert Sun, KCET, 89.3 KPCC,  12/7/2016 Prof. Hing
"Fishing for Bias: Wildlife research techniques find gaps in court record" ABA Journal 12/1/2016 Prof. Leo
"Screened out of Cap-and-Trade Funding?" League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Education Fund: Bay Area Monitor 12/1/2016 Prof. Kaswan
"With Child: The Right to Choose in Rapid City" Harper's 11/29/2016 Prof. Manian
"How Jeff Sessions, Trump's pick to head the Justice Department, could influence immigration" Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle, Federal Times 11/22/2016 Prof. Hing
"Marin Clean Energy Counsel" NorCal Record 11/23/2016 USF School of Law
"Trump’s CIA pick would reinstate US collection of phone data" SF Chronicle 11/21/2016 Prof. Freiwald
"Where do we go from here" San Francisco Magazine 11/18/2016 Prof. Hing
"Practitioner's Spotlight: Professor Connie de la Vega" The California International Law Journal  11/18/2016 Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Shaviro Presents Fixing U.S. International Taxation Today At San Francisco" TaxProf Blog 11/18/2016 Graduate Tax Program
University of San Francisco School of Law
"Sanctuary Cities Recommit Despite Vows of Federal Defunding under Trump: Students Demand Universities Join" Non Profit Quarterly 11/16/2016 Prof. Hing
"USF Law Dean John Trasviña Provides Legal Insight on Trump's Deportation Plans" KTVU-SF (FOX) 11/15/2016 Dean John Trasviña
"Trump's plan to deport 2 million likely to take time" San Francisco Chronicle 11/14/2016 Prof. Hing
"Airbnb agrees to help San Francisco monitor short-term rentals" The Mercury News 11/14/2016 Josh Davis
"Worries and uncertainty cloud outlook for digital privacy under President Trump" PC, Net World 11/09/2016 Prof. Freiwald
"The Joint Opening Session in Mediation: Still Viable Tool, or Explosive Relic?" Connecticut Law Tribune 11/08/2016 Jay Folberg
"Focus on battleground states as presidential race tightens" KTVU Channel 2 News 11/08/2016 Dean John Trasviña
"In groundbreaking partnership, Innocence Project New Orleans trains NOPD detectives" The New Orleans Advocate 11/07/2016 Prof. Leo
"USF Law Dean John Trasviña Speaks on Legal Issues & Voter Turnout" KTVU-SF (FOX) 11/04/2016 Dean John Trasviña
"Adderall in Law Schools: A Dirty Little Secret" Connecticut Law Tribune, 11/03/2016 USF School of Law
"Water Law Symposium focuses on bay, delta issues" Northern California Record 10/28/2016 Prof. Kaswan
"Clean Power Plan 'left reductions on the table' — report" ClimateWire 10/28/2016 Prof.  Kaswan
"Progressive Group Eyes Regional Rates To Increase ESPS Stringency" Inside EPA 10/28/2016 Prof. Kaswan
"U Need 2 Know Radio Program: U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan" Radio WGCV 620 AM/96.3 FM 10/27/2016 Prof. Kaswan
"An Ex-Cop's Remorse: An investigator who probes wrongful convictions now doubts a case of his own" The New Yorker 10/18/2016 Prof. Leo
Criminal Injustice Podcast, Episode 28 Criminal Injustice Podcast 10/18/2016 Prof. Leo
"Obama Built the Structures for Trump: A Terrifying Legacy of Mass Deportation" Truthout 10/16/2016 Prof. Hing
"Trial continues for Santa Maria teen accused of killing newborn" KSBY Channel 6 News 10/14/2016 Prof. Leo
"El sesgo racial entre los jurados en el corazón del caso de la Corte Suprema (Racial Bias Among Jurors at Heart of Supreme Court Case)" Noticiero Univision 10/13/2016 Prof. Connie de la Vega
"AirBNB files additional lawsuits to fight home-sharing city ordinances" Northern California Record 10/12/2016 Prof. Iglesias
"Why did the Oklahoma Supreme Court strike down an abortion law?" Yahoo News, Christian Science Monitor 10/04/2016 Prof. Manian
"Feds To Allow Preferences For Low-Income Applicants In S.F. Housing Complex" NPR 9/23/2016 Prof. Iglesias
"Data hoarding site represents the dark side of data breach monitoring" PCWorld, CIO, Cyber Security Monitor Worldwide 9/20/2016 Prof. Freiwald
"Should Late Shopping of Class Settlements Draw Sanctions?" Bloomberg 9/19/2016 Prof. Davis
"Airbnb fights unfriendly regulations with wave of lawsuits against San Francisco, other cities" The Mercury News, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Patriot Ledger, The Providence Journal, Arkansas Democrat Gazette 9/18/2016 Prof. Davis
"How ‘Equal Access’ Is Helping Drive Black Renters Out Of Their Neighborhood" NPR's All Things Considered, KTOO Public Media  9/16/2016  Prof. Iglesias
"Newlywed couple sues their wedding videographer after footage of drunken groom failing to get the garter off and performing 'sexually suggestive' acts in front of guests goes viral" Daily Mail (UK) 09/07/2016 Prof. Talbot
"Why This Bride is Legit Suing Her Wedding Videographer" Brides 09/06/2016 Prof. Talbot
"After Mexico visit, Trump delivers tough talk on immigration" San Francisco Chronicle 08/31/2016 Dean John Trasviña
"Donald Trump's Probable Immigration Plan Will Be Ripped Straight From Right-Wing Media" Media Matters for America 08/30/2016 Prof. Hing
"Expert's concerns over 'Mr. Big' undercover police technique" Radio New Zealand 08/26/2016 Prof. Leo
"Pressure persists to sanction Stanford rape judge" SFBay News 08/24/2016 Prof. Meadows
"Wedding Video at Center of Federal Lawsuit" NCB Bay Area News 08/23/2016 Prof. Talbot
"Lee, Feinstein Want HUD to Help City With Anti-Gentrification Plan" KQED News 08/22/2016 Prof. Iglesias
"Exonerations in America are at a record high, but not because of DNA" The Charlotte Observer 08/18/2016 Prof. Leo
"Why Police Interrogations Lead to So Many False Confessions" Vice 08/16/2016 Prof. Leo
"‘Predominance’ battleground heats up with Rail Freight class cert next month" PaRR 08/11/2016 Prof. Davis
"50-year story of the Miranda warning has the twists of a cop show" ABA Journal 08/01/2016 Prof. Leo
"Joel Alcox Is Resurrected" Santa Barbara Independent 07/21/2016 Prof. Leo
"Uber battling more than 70 lawsuits in federal courts" 07/18/2016 Prof. Davis
"Updated 'Kids & the Law Guide' ready for order" California Bar Journal 07/14/2016 Prof. Nazario
"Uber faces attacks on multiple fronts" The Mercury News 07/05/2016 Prof. Davis
"Abortion law quashed" New Scientist 07/02/2016 Prof. Manian
"Appeals court upholds conviction of cold-case killer" Kokomo Tribune 07/01/2016 Prof. Leo
"Shifting Focus in the Abortion Rights Debate" U.S. News 07/01/2016 Prof. Manian
"Bentham IMF Launches New Civil Justice Research Center at the University of California Irvine School of Law"  Northern California Record   06/30/2016   Prof. Davis 
"Supreme Court strikes down abortion restrictions in Texas" New Scientist 06/27/2016 Prof. Manian
"4 Takeaways From Supreme Court's Abortion Ruling" Law360  06/27/2016  Prof. Manian
"After Supreme Court deadlock on immigration, what's next?" The Dallas Morning News 06/25/2016 Prof. Hing
Weekly Appellate Report Podcast The Daily Journal 06/25/2016 Prof. Hing
"Deadlock at Supreme Court blocks Obama’s immigration order"   San Francisco Chronicle   06/23/2016   Prof. Hing
 "La decisión de la Corte Suprema no termina con el caso DACA y DAPA"   La Opinión   06/23/2016   Prof. Hing 
 "Immigrant rights groups disappointed but not defeated by Supreme Court ruling"   The San Francisco Examiner   06/23/2016   Prof. Hing 
 VIDEO: "Immigrant rights groups disappointed but not defeated by Supreme Court ruling"   KRON 4 News  06/23/2016   Prof. Hing 
 VIDEO: "Supreme Court Immigration Ruling"   KVTU-SF (FOX News)   06/23/2016   Prof. Hing
"Supreme Court tie blocks immigration plan" Palo Alto Online 06/23/2016 Prof. Hing
"Immigrants watchful of forthcoming U.S. Supreme Court ruling" Newsday 06/22/2016 Prof. Hing
"Social media rallies activists to remove Stanford rape-case judge" CNET 06/17/2016 Dean Trasviña
"Six reasons mediation can work wonders in a startup founder dispute" The Recorder 06/13/2016 Prof. Talbot
"Backlash Over Stanford Sexual Assault Case Sets Judges, Advocates on Edge" 06/10/2016 Prof. Davis
"Billionaire's Backing of Gawker Suit Raises Transparency Concerns" The Recorder 05/25/2016 Prof. Davis
"Oklahoma Senate bill criminalizes abortion. Can they do that?" The Christian Science Monitor 05/19/2016 Prof. Manian
"Trump's border rhetoric emboldens officials on local level to target immigration, activists say" Los Angeles Times 05/13/2016 Prof. Hing
"Uber Settlement Blasted by Plaintiffs Lawyers, Drivers" The Recorder 05/13/2016 Prof. Davis
"S.F. City Attorney Sues Academy of Art for Illegal Building Conversions" KQED 05/11/2016 Prof. Iglesias
"Argument over tax revenue for jail favors city" Record Searchlight 05/09/2016 Visting Prof. Kuruvila
"The U.S. Just Threw Down the Hammer Over North Carolina’s Transgender Bathroom Law" TIME and Fortune 05/05/2016 Dean Trasviña
"CBIA still favors case against inclusionary housing" Norcal Record 05/03/2016 Prof. Iglesias
"Job Shadowing Program Expands in 2016" The Bar Association of San Francisco Bulletin 05/01/2016 Dean Trasviña
"Who Is An Exoneree?" CT News Junkie 04/18/2016 Prof. Leo
"Obama plans to transfer more Gitmo detainees amid effort to close facility" ABC 7's WJLA 03/31/2016 Prof. Honigsberg
"Border walls cause more human suffering" San Francisco Examiner 03/23/2016 Prof. Hing
"Garland is a Consensus-Builder" KCBS Radio 03/17/2016 Dean Trasviña
"Garland Will Work to Build Majority" KTVU Channel 2 News 03/17/2016 Dean Trasviña
"Judge Garland Not a Predictable Vote" KGO-SF: Channel 7 News 03/17/2016 Dean Trasviña
"Merrick Garland could be an unpredictable vote on high court" San Francisco Chronicle 03/17/2016 Dean Trasviña
"NCAA licensing rights case to turn on short US Supreme Court bench — lawyers" PaRR 03/16/2016 Prof. Davis
"In Merrick Gerland, Former Clerks See Consensus Builder" The Recorder 03/16/2016 Dean Trasviña
"'Undue Burden' on Trial in Scotus Abortion Case" U.S. News 03/16/2016 Prof. Manian
"Closing GITMO: Should President Obama Resort to Executive Action to Close Guantanamo Bay?" Latin Post 02/26/2016 Prof. Honigsberg
"Guantanamo Bay: What you need to know about the notorious U.S. detention centre" CBC News 02/24/2016 Prof. Honigsberg
"President Obama Asks Congress To Shut Down Guantanamo, Again" KQED Forum 02/24/2016 Prof. Honisgberg
"Announcement to possibly close Guantanamo" KCBS Radio 02/23/2016 Prof. Honigsberg
"After Plan To Close Guantanamo Bay Announcement, Human Rights Advocates Still Worry" International Business Times 02/23/2016 Prof. Honigsberg
"Apple is Losing To The Government In The Court Of Public Opinion" Forbes 02/22/2016 Prof. Freiwald
"An Asian American in U.S. high court after Scalia's death?" 02/16/2016 Dean Trasviña
"SCOTUS nominee a solid legal choice" KGO-SF: Channel 7 News 02/16/2016 Dean Trasviña
"KGO-SF: John Trasviña on Supreme Court Appointment" KGO-SF: Channel 7 News 02/14/2016 Dean Trasviña
"Guantanamo Bay expert critical of decision to keep camp open" The Duke Chronicle 02/08/2016 Prof. Honigsberg
"Judge Koh Would Bring Silicon Valley to 9th Circ." Law360 02/03/2016 Dean Trasviña
"Housing in a Time of Expanding Crisis @USFLaw" Law Professor Blogs Network 01/31/2016 University of San Francisco School of Law
"Faking a Murderer?" Santa Barbara Independent 01/28/2016 Prof. Leo
"'Making a Murderer' shows false confessions happen" The Clarion-Ledger 01/06/2016 Prof. Leo
"Opinion: 'Making a Murderer' Netflix series spotlights false confessions" Chicago Sun-Times 01/05/2016 Prof. Leo
"Most lawyers are introverted, and that's not necessarily a bad thing" ABA Journal 01/01/2016 Prof. Rosenberg
"Helping Farmworker Families Who Chase the Harvest" 90.3 KAZU 12/17/2015 Prof. Ontivaros
"Supervisor Peskin Moves To Expand Rent Control To Newer Buildings" SFist 12/16/2015 Prof. Iglesias
"Scholarship Spotlight: The Path to Exoneration" The Wrongful Convictions Blog 12/11/2015 Prof. Leo
"The Human Right to Personal Security: Guns: Friedman v City of Highland Park" Law Professor Blogs Network 12/10/2015 Prof. de la Vega
"S.F. supes reject Van Ness building sale" San Francisco Chronicle 12/09/2015 Prof. Iglesias
"Yale's therapy-dog program spreads" Yale Daily News 12/09/2015 The Dorraine Zief Law Library
"Mindfulness at Work Is Not Mind Control" Huffington Post 12/03/2015 Prof. Magee
"Bill Clinton On Fundraising Trail For Wife's Campaign" Us News 11/26/2015 Prof. Hing
"For Migrant Farmworkers, Educating Children Presents Wrenching Choices" KQED News 11/17/2015 Prof. Ontiveros
"Migrant Farmworkers' Cost to Families" The California Report 11/17/2015 Prof. Ontiveros
"Debate held to discuss controversial Prop F" KTVU Channel 2 News 10/29/2015 USF School of Law
"Barristers Club Names 2016 Officers and Board of Directors" The Bar Association of San Francsico 10/19/2015 LLM in Taxation Associate Director Natascha Fastabend
"The Imperative of a 'Drone Court'" Just Security 10/08/2015 Prof. Brand
"What we talk about when we talk about rape" Los Angeles Times 10/04/2015 Pro. Leo
"'Birth Tourism' Booming In Bay Area Despite Fed Crackdown" CBS SF Bay Area 09/25/2015 Prof. Hing
"Justice Matters: Sanctuary City" SFGov-TV 2 09/19/15 Prof. Hing
"California voters sharply disagree on low-cost healthcare for immigrants" Los Angeles Times 9/15/15 Prof. Hing
"California Supreme Court Upholds San Jose’s Affordable Housing Rules" KQED 09/15/15 Prof. Iglesias
"USC Dornsife and LA Times poll on immigrant health in California" KCBS 09/15/15 Prof. Hing 
”Oklahoma district attorney dismisses efforts to exonerate Richard Glossip” The Guardian 09/14/15 Prof. Leo
"Oklahoma Inmate the Focus of Renewed Attnetion as Execution Date Nears" New York Times 09/11/2015 Prof. Leo
"Ted Cruz says it's always been that babies born to U.S. citizens abroad are citizens from birth" PolitiFact 09/04/15 Dean Trasviña
"The Case at the Heart of the Birthright Citizenship Battle" MSNBC 08/21/15 Dean Trasviña
"Muria McCammon: GiTMO's lingustic isolation" Index of Censorship 08/19/15 Prof. Honigsberg
"Jimerson takes the witness stand"  Peru Tribune 08/11/2015 Prof. Leo
"The Taxing Problem Of Bringing Up Baby On A Meager Wage" Al Jazeera 08/07/15 Prof. Daher
"'Otherwise Unqualified' Individual with a Disability" Jotwell 08/04/2015 Prof. Travis
"Sanctuary Cities: How Kathryn Steinle's Death Intensified the Immigration Debate" Los Angeles Times 07/24/15 Prof. Hing
"San Francisco Sheriff's Deputies Union Sues Department Over Sanctuary Policy" The Guardian, GOP USA 07/19/15 Prof. Hing
"Governor Appoints Two New Judges In Alameda County" San Jose Mercury News,The Recorder, Contra Costa Times, and others 07/16/15 Prof. Brand
"Has The Government Lost Sight Over Direction Of Conduct For Military Operations?" The Hill 07/16/15 Prof. Brand
"San Francisco Immigrants Mourn and Organize" CounterPunch 07/16/15 Prof. Hing
"Hot-button Sanctuary Law Unlikely To Be Overhauled" San Francisco Chronicle 07/15/15 Prof. Hing
"San Francisco: Activists Rally For Immigrant Rights Following National Anti-Immigration Sentiments" San Jose Mercury News 07/15/15 Prof. Hing
"S.F. Immigrant Advocates Call For 'Sober' Dialogue In Wake Of Killing" Los Angeles Times 07/14/15 Prof. Hing
"Sheriff In San Francisco Faults Federal Authorities After Killing" The New York Times 07/10/15 Prof. Hing
"Fox News Falsely Claims "Sanctuary Cities" Violate Federal Immigration Law" Media Matters for America 07/07/15 Prof. Hing
"Convicted Killers Of Women In L.A. County More Likely To Get Death Penalty" Los Angeles Daily News 06/27/15 Prof. Shatz
"Law Schools: Give Migrant Children Legal Representation" The National Law Journal 06/16/15 Prof. Hing
"California Court Rules For City In Affordable Housing Fight" The New York Times, San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, The Daily Review, Associated Press, and others 06/15/15 Prof. Iglesias
"Guantánamo Detainees Also Can’t Eat With Red Cross" The Miami Herald 06/05/15 Prof. Honigsberg
"Immigrant Lawyer Gets His Green Card" Daily Democrat 06/04/15 Prof. Hing
"Natascha Fastabend Profile" San Francisco Attorney 06/01/15 LLM in Taxation Associate Director Natascha Fastabend
"Cellphone Tracking: Require A Warrant" New Hampshire Union Leader 05/19/15 Prof. Freiwald
"Untrue Confessions" The Marshall Project 05/14/15 Prof. Leo
"Police Can Track Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant -- For Now" National Journal 05/06/15 Prof. Freiwald
"Court’s Reversal Leaves Phones Open to Warrantless Tracking" Wired Magazine 05/05/15 Prof. Freiwald
"Don't Park This Truck! Dino-dress Ruled Distinctive" InsideCounsel 05/04/15 Prof. McCarthy
"Texas Couple Travels to SF For Same-Sex Marriage; Hopes Laws Change" KTVU Channel 2 News 04/28/15 Prof. Nice
"Justice Kennedy Is Likely Key To Decision On Same-Sex Marriage" San Francisco Chronicle 04/28/15 Prof. Nice
"Judicial Review of Planned Drone Attacks Would Save Lives" The New York Times 04/24/15 Prof. Brand
"California Consumers Can Collect Up To $600 If Repair Person Doesn’t Show" CBS San Francisco 04/24/15 Prof. Talbot
"Affordable Housing Requirements in Question at California Supreme Court" San Francisco Public Press 04/21/15 Prof. Iglesias
"Ex-Sailor Says He Confessed to End Grueling Interrogation" AP Online 04/16/15 Prof. Leo
"EC Officially Tosses Google Into Hot Soup" Tech News World 04/15/15 Prof. Franklyn
"California Supreme Court Hears Challenge to San Jose Affordable Housing Law" KQED Forum 04/09/15 Prof. Iglesias
"Patz Jury Challenged to Decide the Truth of Video Confession" New York Law Journal 04/09/15 Prof. Leo
"San Jose Affordable Housing Law Faces Key Legal Test" San Jose Mercury News 04/07/15 Prof. Iglesias
"San Jose Affordable Housing Law Faces Key Legal Test" Santa Cruz Sentinel 04/07/15 Prof. Iglesias
"Federal Appeals Court Rules for Mexican on Torture Claim" San Francisco Chronicleand Associated Press 03/27/15 Prof. Hing
"Anatomy of a Confession" Life of the Law 03/24/15 Prof. Leo
"An Interview with Mildred Aristide" CounterPunch 03/04/15 Prof. Brand
Broadcast on Obama's Executive Action Regarding Undocumented Students and Parents of U.S. Citizens American Latino Radio 03/04/15  
"Skid Row Police Shooting: I.C.E. Detained, Released Suspect After he Served Prison Time" 89.3 KPCC 03/03/15 Prof. Hing
"'Birth Tourism' Rings Across Southern California Raided by Federal Agents" The Guardian 03/03/15 Prof. Hing
Broadcast on SF Archbishop and Anti-Discrimination Job Protection KCBS-AM Radio 02/26/15 Prof. Nice
"Surveying the Field: The Role of Surveys in Trademark Litigation" Jotwell: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots) 02/23/15 Prof. Franklyn
"A Right to Know the Basis for Visa Denial" Daily Journal 02/23/15 Prof. Hing
"Laptops in Law School: To Ban or Not to Ban?" Daily Journal 02/17/15 Prof. Fong
"Your Old Emails Are Fair Game to the U.S. Government" Business Insider 02/12/15 Prof. Freiwald
"Patz Trial the Latest Where Mental Illness Clouds Confession" AP Online 02/09/15 Prof. Leo
"DA to Weigh Death Penalty in Baby Murder Case" San Jose Mercury News 02/07/15 Prof. Shatz
"Lawsuits: Unclogging Courts - A Civil Alternative" The Press Enterprise 01/30/15 Prof. Folberg 
Broadcast on taxes and Covered California KGO-AM 01/20/15 Prof. Lathrope
"5 Things We Learned About Native Ads in 2014" Digiday 12/31/14 Prof. Franklyn
"Facebook Lawsuit Shows How Outdated Our Privacy Laws Are" Tech Cheat Sheet 12/30/14 Prof. Freiwald
Broadcast on McDonald Court Papers KPIX 5 News 12/22/14 Prof. Talbot
"10 Years After Wrongful Murder Convictions, Inmate Set Free" The Buffalo News 12/09/14 Prof. Leo
Bloomberg Law Brief: Pregnancy Discrimination Case (Audio) Bloomberg Radio/Bloomberg Law Podcast 12/08/14 Prof. Manian
Coalition Works Toward LGBT Civil Rights Act KGO Radio News 12/04/14 Prof. Nice
"‘Drone Court’ Should Approve U.S. Strikes, University of Utah Law Professor Says" The Washington Times, The Salt Lake Tribune 11/28/14 Prof. Brand
"Will There be Legal Challenges to Obama’s Immigration Plan?" MSNBC 11/21/14 Prof. Hing
"Pres. Obama’s Executive Order On Immigration Will Impact Bay Area’s Diverse Population" CBS San Francisco 11/20/14 Prof. Hing
Pres. Obama’s Executive Order On Immigration Will Impact Bay Area’s Diverse Population (Audio) KCBS Radio 11/20/14 Prof. Hing
"Anticipated Immigration Action Welcome, But Far From Perfect" NBC News 11/19/14 Prof. Hing
"Obama Poised to Issue Immigration Reprieve for Millions" San Francisco Chronicle 11/19/14 Prof. Hing
"Yahoo Atty Says Judge Questioned Harm Of Surveillance" Law360 11/16/14 Prof. Freiwald
"Oakland's Threat to Sex Workers" The East Bay Express 11/12/14 Prof. Iglesias
"The Sharing Economy is Not as Open as You Might Think" The Guardian 11/12/14 Prof. Iglesias 
"Replacing LOS: Experts Debate How CA Should Measure Transpo Impacts" StreetsBlog LA 11/07/14 School of Law
"Three States Voted on Abortion Amendments, With Fight Far From Over" Al Jazeera America News 11/07/14 Prof. Manian
Bloomberg Law: Yelp Sued Over Anonymous Commenters Bloomberg Radio/Bloomberg Law Podcast 10/31/14 Prof. Freiwald
Oakland Nuisance Eviction Law Expanded to Include Prostitution (Broadcast) KQED Radio 10/28/14 Prof. Iglesias
Broadcast on Oakland’s ordinance to pursue eviction of suspected criminals AirTalk (89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio) 10/24/14 Prof. Iglesias
"Facebook Tells the DEA That Fake Accounts and Covert Ops are Not Welcome" Vice News 10/22/14 Prof. Freiwald
Bloomberg Law: Texas Abortion Clinics Can Reopen (Audio) Bloomberg Radio 10/15/14 Prof. Manian
Attorneys offer closing arguments in murder trial of man accused of killing girlfriend in west Modesto The Modesto Bee 10/09/14 Prof. Leo
Broadcast on the Denial of a Court Review for a KTVU Reporter KCBS Radio 10/06/14 Prof. Nice
Braley, Ernst debate anti-abortion legislation impact Tampa Bay Times 09/30/14 Prof.  Manian
"'Best' Law Professors" The National Law Journal 09/30/14 Prof. Nice
"Google Wi-Fi Roundup Has Lawyers Chasing Landmark Jackpot" Bloomberg Businessweek 09/26/14 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Lawyers Helping Lawyers" South Carolina Lawyer 09/22/14 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Decline in Law School Enrollment Slows" The San Francisco Daily Journal 09/19/14 Dean John Trasviña and the School of Law
"COS Paves the Way to Law School" The Visalia Times-Delta 09/17/14 School of Law
"Blurred Lines" NPR’s On the Media 09/06/14 Prof. David Franklyn
"State Bar to hold annual convention in SD next week" The Daily Transcript 09/05/14 Dean John Trasviña
"Getting Rid of Nude Celebrity Photos on the Web is a Lost Cause" Mashable 09/04/14 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"16 Reasons Why Opening Our Borders Makes More Sense Than Militarizing Them" The Huffington Post 09/02/14 Prof. Bill Hing
State’s defense of abortion law not as smooth second time around Houston Chronicle 09/02/14 Prof. Maya Manian
"Dr. Shannon Wheatman to Speak at Judicial Education Event" The Sacramento Bee 08/25/14 Associate Dean Joshua Davis
"She lays down law to tech's giants" San Francisco Chronicle 08/10/14 Dean John Trasviña
"A National Consensus: Cell Phone Location Records Are Private" Electronic Frontier Foundation 07/29/14 Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on San Francisco Revised Tenant Relocation Ordinance KQED Public Radio 07/29/14 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Mindful Lawyering" Greater Good: The Science of a Meaningful Life (GGSC) 07/28/14 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"The Right to Move" San Francisco Daily Journal 07/18/14 Prof. Bill Hing
Prosecution, defense rest in Rauhuff murder retrial The Daily Times 07/16/14 Prof. Richard Leo
"World Trademark Review’s 50 market sharpers" World Trademark Review 07/07/14 Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy, McCarthy Institute for Intellectual Property and Technology Law
NYC ID Law Sends Message to Washington: Immigration is Good Voice of Russia US 06/27/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"SF schools part of new study highlighting challenges facing California immigrant students" San Francisco Examiner 06/18/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"PA. Court Rulings Differ on Expert Witnesses" Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 06/16/14 Prof. Richard Leo
"Legal scholars again urge Jindal to veto bill to kill lawsuit against oil, gas companies" The Times-Picayune 06/03/14 Prof. Alice Kaswan 
"Youth seeks asylum after school fight leads to deportation" Houston Chronicle 06/02/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"Photos Reveal the Harsh Reality of Extreme Poverty Around the World" ABC News 05/27/14 Prof. Tom Nazario
"U.S. insurer class action may signal wave of climate-change suits" Reuters News, Climate Spectator 05/16/14 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Bill Callejo, always at his wife’s side, always her biggest supporter and confidant" The Dallas Morning News 05/16/14 Dean 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 Area 05/09/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"U.N. takes stand against 'sit-lie' laws" San Francisco Chronicle 05/04/14 Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Legal scholars again urge Jindal to veto bill to kill lawsuit against oil, gas companies" The Times-Picayune 05/01/14 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Feds Quietly Toughen Standards for Immigrant Asylum Seekers" McClatchy DC 04/18/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"City Should Better Fund Eviction Defenses" SF Gate 04/15/14 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Travis on Changing the Gender-Pay Narrative" Workplace Prof Blog 04/14/14 Prof. Michelle Travis
"Tom Klitgaard: Cultivator for US-China relations" China Daily USA 04/11/14 Prof. Thomas Klitgaard
"Worried about the government? Internet giants also dip their hands in the cookie jar" PCWorld 03/21/14 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"The Case of the Moldy Washing Machines, Again" Slate 02/24/14 Prof. Joshua Davis
"The Decline of the Public Intellectual?" New York Times Letters 02/19/14 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Law schools expanding classes to teach students to pass the bar exam" Daily Journal 02/18/14 Prof. Rodney Fong
"A Stellar Content Plan Can Lead to Business Success" Entrepreneur 02/18/14 Prof. David Franklyn
"How to choose a school for IP and Technology Law" PreLaw Magazine 02/03/14 Prof. Robert E. Talbot
"US marijuana laws: Will records be wiped clean?" BBC News Magazine 01/29/14 Prof. Connie de la Vega, Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Obama Speech Praised for Goals, Less So for Specific Steps" Telecommunications Reports International 01/17/14 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Don't just legalize marijuana, free prior offenders" Los Angeles Times 01/16/14 Prof. Connie de la Vega, Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Explaining The Difference Between Lawful And Unlawful Enemy Combatants" HuffPost Live 01/13/14 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Expert on false confessions blames investigators in Beatrice Six lawsuit"
Omaha World-Herald 01/11/14 Prof. Richard Leo
"The Real Origin of the Term 'Enemy Combatant'" The Huffington Post 01/09/14 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"War on poverty has long way to go in Sunnydale housing project" Al Jazeera America News 01/07/14 Dean John Trasviña
Broadcast on Supreme Court Hold on Utah's Gay Marriage Ruling KGO Radio News 01/06/14 Prof. Julie Nice
"Los Angeles Times Skips the I-Word As California Grants Law License to Illegal Alien"
01/04/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"Court grants law license to man in U.S. illegally" San Francisco Chronicle, Sacramento Bee, Kansas City Star,Associated Press, and others 01/03/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"Illegal immigrant granted license to practice law" Daily Post 01/03/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"Mexican immigrant gets law licence" Gulf News 01/03/14 Prof. Bill Hing
"Mexican immigrant can practice law, California court rules" Los Angeles Times 01/02/14 Prof. Bill Hing
Broadcast on Expiration of Law Aiding Underwater Home Owners KCBS Radio 12/27/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Switzerland won’t save you, either: Why e-mail might still be safer in US" Ars Technica Addendum 12/22/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Philly police to adopt sweeping interrogation reforms come Jan. 1" Philadelphia Daily News 12/20/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"Q&A: Joshua Davis on Writing Better Jury Instructions" Global Competition Review USA 12/18/13 Prof. Joshua Davis
"US seeing surge in Central American asylum seekers" The Voice of Russia: America Edition 12/17/13 Prof. Bill Hing
"U.S. seeing a surge in Central American asylum seekers" Los Angeles Times 12/15/13 Prof. Bill Hing
"Still Battling" The Economist 12/12/13 Prof. David Franklyn
Broadcast of Increase in Low-Income Renters in a Stagnant Affordable Housing Market KCBS Radio 12/10/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"The Interview" The New Yorker 12/09/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"Native Advertising, Mobile Video, Sharing Competencies, Crisis Responses, and More" a shel of my former self 12/06/13 Prof. David Frankyn
"Benefits, Drawbacks of Native Advertising Claimed at FTC Workshop" Washington Internet Daily 12/05/13 Prof. David Franklyn
"As Online Ads Look More Like News Articles, F.T.C. Warns Against Deception" New York Times 12/05/13 Prof. Franklyn
"Native Ad Workshop Leaves FTC Perplexed" AdWeek 12/04/13 Prof. Franklyn
"The Federal Trade Commission Holds a Workshop on Native Advertising" CQ Roll Call 12/04/13 Prof. David Franklyn
"Do You See Better, Worse Or The Same With This Regulation Or With That One" Mondaq 12/04/13 Prof. David Franklyn
"The Interview: Do Police Interrogation Techniques Produce False Confessions?" The New Yorker 12/04/13 Prof. Leo
"Take Five With Susan Freiwald" USF Magazine 12/01/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on the Consumer Financial Bureau's Proposal for Stream-lined Home Loan Forms KCBS Radio 11/20/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
Abortion Fight Spreads to Cities as Albuquerque Shuns Limit Bloomberg News 11/20/13 Prof. Maya Manian
NorCal Experts Say Juveniles More Likely To Falsely Confess To Crimes CBSNews 11/09/13 Prof. Richard Leo
Old Law, New Tricks Columbia Journalism Review 11/01/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on Witness to Guantanamo Project WCEV Radio 11/01/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Oakland Judge Skeptical of Expedited Death Penalty Challenges" Daily Journal 10/30/13 Prof. Steven Shatz
Broadcast on Abortion Ruling in Texas KCBS Radio 10/28/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Riverside is Outlier in Capital Cases" Daily Journal 10/28/13 Prof. Steve Shatz
Supreme Court Tackles Abortion, Affirmative Action, Guns
10/15/13 Prof. Jeffrey S. Brand
KCBS In Depth - The Supreme Court's Recent Cases and Decisions with USF Law Professor Julie Nice KCBS Radio 10/14/13 Prof. Julie Nice
USF Law Dean Sees Promise in China The Recorder 10/14/13 Dean John Trasvina
Gov. Brown Signs Bill to Help Reduce False Confessions by Juveniles Charged with Homicide Senator Lieu News Release 10/13/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"How to Defy Federal Immigration Authorities and Win" ABC 7 News 10/08/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on NY Attorney General's Subpoenas to AirBnB KCBS Radio 10/08/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Riverside Students Address Global Poverty" The Greenville News 10/07/13 Prof. Thomas Nazario
Broadcast on Drug Kingpin Arrested KNTV (NBC) San Francisco 10/03/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Death Penalty Study: 25% of Cases from 10 Counties"
San Francisco Chronicle
10/03/13 Prof. Steven Shatz
Broadcast on Immigration Sentiment and Governor Brown KCBS Radio 09/26/13 Prof. Bill Hing
Broadcast on the Rise in Ellis Act Evictions in San Francisco KCBS Radio 09/26/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"EPA’s New Source Proposal: The 'Category' Question" CPR Blog 09/23/13 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"The Charge of Law Schools" The Huffington Post 09/20/13 Dean John Trasviña
"State Border Bill in Limbo" Los Angeles Times 09/17/13 Prof. Bill Hing
"Legislation to Reduce False Confessions Awaits Governor's Signature" Vanguard Court Watch of Yolo County 09/17/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"9th District Court of Appeals Case on Striking Juror Based on Sexual Orientation" KCBS News/Information 09/17/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"University of San Francisco Students Learn About Asian Law" Daily Journal 09/13/13 Prof. Thomas J. Klitgaard
Interview Discussing Undocumented Law Graduate KGO News/Information 09/12/13 Prof. Bill Hing
"NSA's Big Data Efforts Need Transparency, Privacy Advocates Say" PC 09/10/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"The Link Between Guantanamo and Syria" American Constitution for Law and Policy 09/10/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"9/11: A Mystery to the Young" The Huffington Post 09/10/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"The Charge of Law Schools" Daily Journal 08/29/13 Dean John Trasviña
2 Years for Law School? Inside Higher Ed 08/26/13 Dean John Trasviña
"Videotaping Bill Hopes To Quash Coerced Confessions" San Diego Union-Tribune 08/20/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"Professors Call Data Collection Under Verizon Order Illegal, Dangerous in Supreme Court Brief" States News Service, IU News Room 08/09/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"12 Must-See Movie Sites in San Francisco" ABA Journal 08/08/13 Visiting Prof. John Osborn Jr.
"The Confessions of Innocent Men" The Atlantic 08/06/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"Questionable Confession: Lacking Fingerprints, DNA, Confession Often Best Evidence" Evansville Courier & Press 08/05/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"Focus shifts to Obama if Congress Axes Immigration Bill" Reuters 08/03/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"California City Seizes Homes to Save Them" CBS MoneyWatch 07/31/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Defying Doubters, Coach IP Enforcement Takes No Prisoners" Law360 07/29/13 Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Prisons are Shrinking. That Won’t Necessarily Last." Wonkblog (The Washington Post) 07/27/13 Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Tech Circuit: People, Places, Things — Pacific Time Zone Edition"
Law Technology News 07/26/13 Dean John Trasviña
"NJ Supreme Court: Warrants Required to Collect Cell Phone Data" The Takeaway (KQED 88.5 FM) 07/22/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"EC Orders Google to Come Up With Better Proposals to End Antitrust Probe" Washington Internet Daily 07/18/13 Prof. David Franklyn
"EU Gives Google Another Do-Over" E-Commerce Times 07/17/13 Prof. David Franklyn
"EU Tells Google to Offer More in Search Probe" The Wall Street Journal, NASDAQ 07/17/13 Prof. David Franklyn
Broadcast on the George Zimmerman case KCBS Radio 07/14/13 Prof. Robert Talbot
"New Law School to Open in Haiti" Caribbean Journal 07/09/13 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Aristide University in Haiti to Create Law School" Associated Press 07/08/13 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"And Marriage Makes Three: A Gay Rights Trilogy Secures a Legacy"
The Huffington Post
07/03/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Rick Trachok of Reno Elected as Nevada Board of Regents' Vice Chairman" Reno Gazette Journal 07/02/13 Adjunct Prof. Richard Trachok
"Suppression Laws Flourish After Death of Voting Rights Act" 07/01/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Gay Marriage Opponents Ask Court to Intervene" ABC 7 News 06/29/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Love Reigns In SF City Hall As Same-Sex Marriage Stay Lifted, Weddings Begin" The San Francisco Appeal 06/29/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Expert: GOP House Resistance Not Strong Enough to Kill Immigration Bill" Afternoon Show: Voice of Russia American Edition 06/28/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"9th Circuit Court of Appeals Lifts Stay on Same-Sex Marriage" KCBS Radio 06/28/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Who Can Defend Initiatives? High Courts Disagree" Daily Journal 06/27/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Prop. 8 Case was Once Seen as a Supreme Court Long Shot" San Jose Mercury News,Alameda Times-Star,Oakland Tribune, and others 06/27/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Ruling Puts Same-Sex Spouse’s Deportation Hearing On Hold" The Wall Street Journal Law Blog 06/26/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Live Broadcast Regarding Upcoming Supreme Court Desicisions ABC 7 News 06/26/13 Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast on Recent Supreme Court Decisions ABC 7 News 06/26/13 Prof. Julie Nice
Live Broadcast Analyzing Supreme Court's DOMA Decision ABC 7 News 06/26/13 Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast on Supreme Court Rulings Regarding Marriage Equality KPIX-TV (CBS San Francisco) 06/26/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Marriage Ruling Raises Ballot Measure Questions" San Jose Mercury News, Associated Press 06/26/13 Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast about Supreme Court Ruling Regarding Affirmative Action
KLIV 1590 AM
06/25/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Supreme Court Ruling on Voting Rights Act to Affect California Counties" KQED News 06/25/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Yellow Light, But No Stop Sign, for Affirmative Action this Time" USF School of Law Faculty Blog 06/25/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Secret Laws" HuffPost Live 06/20/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on lenders falling short of mortgage settlement's terms KCBS Radio 06/19/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Conflict Between Privacy Rights and Security is Nothing New" MPR News' The Daily CIrcuit 06/18/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Source: Obama Considering Releasing NSA Court Order" NPR's The Two-Way 06/15/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Sunday Dialogue: How the Court Decides" The New York Times 06/15/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Lawyers Scrutinize Constitutionality of Surveillance Programs" The BLT: Blog of Legal Times 06/14/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"USF School of Law Professor Susan Freiwald on Current TV" Current TV 06/13/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Letters and Politics - June 12, 2013 at 10:00am" Letters and Politics(KPFA 94.1 FM) 06/12/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"NSA Leaker's Claims Doubted By Tech, Intelligence Analysts" NPR 06/12/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Experts Doubt NSA Leaker's Claim About Wiretaps" NPR's The Two-Way 06/12/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Google Details How It Hands Over Data to Federal Officials" The Washington Post 06/12/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Editorial: The Problem With Unrecorded Confessions" Connecticut Law Tribune 06/12/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"Several Murder Confessions Taken by Brooklyn Detective Have Similar Language" The New York Times 06/12/13 Prof. Richard Leo
Broadcast on Senate to begin debate on immigration reform overhaul KCBS Radio 06/09/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Obama Defends NSA Prism, Google Denies Back Door" InformationWeek's Security Tech Center, TechWeb 06/08/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"SURVEILLANCE: Bay Area Residents Divided Over Obama's Surveillance Operation" KTVU Channel 2 News 06/07/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"PHONE RECORDS: Goverment Admits to Collecting Verizon Phone Records" KTVU Channel 2 News 06/06/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
Broadcast on released audit of San Francisco's Housing Authority KCBS Radio 06/04/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Mayer Brown Claims Conflict Sours Yogurt Labeling Case" The American Lawyer,The Recorder, The Legal Intelligencer 06/02/13 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Law Schools Teach the Practice of Meditation" California Lawyer 06/01/13 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"In Food Fight, Mayer Brown Wants to Purge Plaintiffs Lawyers" The Recorder 05/31/13 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Desperately Alone in a Crowd" Elements (The New Yorker blog) 05/30/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"‘Geographies of Detention’ Exhibition Opens June 1" UCR Today 05/28/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Mindful Lawyers - Tune up at New Haven, CT Zen Center Retreat, June 15th" Law And More Blog 05/27/13 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"People Watch: Tim Jordan has been named vice chancellor, CFO at Antioch University" University Business 05/24/13 Dean John Trasviña
"Immigrant Families Disappointed by Feinstein's Vote"
ABC 7 News 05/22/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Is Two as Good as Three?" Daily Journal 05/21/13 Academic Support Program Co-Dir. Rodney Fong
"CalPERS Tries to Bar Winston & Strawn from Chapter 9 Cases" Daily Journal 05/21/13 Adjunct Prof. Clyde Leland
Broadcast on tech companies' push to amend immigration bill
KCBS Radio 05/20/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Metadata Matters: How Phone Records and Obsolete Laws Harm Privacy and the Free Press" The Verge 05/16/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"University of San Francisco Finds Next Law Dean at HUD" The National Law Journal 05/15/13 Dean John Trasviña
"University of San Francisco School of Law Appoints John Trasvina as Dean" JD Journal 05/14/13 Dean John Trasviña
"Immigration Reform Too Late to Fix One Big Problem, Studies Say" The Christian Science Monitor 05/10/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Article on President Obama's plans to close down Guantanamo Prison Al Jazeera 05/10/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"California Supreme Court Allows Cities to Ban Weed Dispensaries" San Jose Mercury News,The Oakland Tribune,Contra Costa Times, and others 05/07/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Employment Lawyers Eye Immigration Bill" Daily Journal 05/06/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"USF Law School Announces New Dean" Daily Journal 05/06/13 Dean John Trasviña
"The Scholars’ Circle & Insighters Radio- May 5th, 2013" The Scholars' Circle(KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles) 05/05/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"HUD Assistant Secretary John Trasviña Named Dean of University of San Francisco School of Law" San Francisco Chronicle 05/03/13 Dean John Trasviña
"John Trasviña | People on the Move" Silicon Valley Business Journal 05/03/13 Dean John Trasviña
"Guantánamo ‘Torture’ Fears Over Force-Feeding" The Times, The Australian 05/02/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"A Darkening Cloud Hangs Over Guantanamo"
The Huffington Post
05/01/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"How Is Linguistic Isolation Similar to—and Different From—Physical Isolation?" Science + Religion Today 05/01/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
Interview on Obama's nomination of congressman to lead mortgage agency KCBS Radio 05/01/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Now: The Mindful Lawyer" Mindful 05/01/13 Prof. Rhonda Magee
BBC Radio Up All Night 04/30/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Author of 'McCarthy on Trademarks and Unfair Competition' Celebrates 40 Years with Thomson Reuters" Thomson Reuters 04/25/13 Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"North Dakota Targets 'Roe v. Wade'" Bloomberg Businessweek 04/18/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Experts Analyze Summary of Senate Immigration Bill" Los Angeles Times 04/16/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Senate Immigration Bill Could Reshape California" San Jose Mercury News 04/16/13 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Solitary Linguistic Confinement" The Economist 04/16/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Abortion Overshadows Oil Boom as North Dakota Aims to Topple Roe" Bloomberg 04/14/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Bean Ball: Is BofA Throwing Legal Chin Music at L.L. Bean?" Card Hub 04/10/13 Prof. David Franklyn
"Will a Texas Teenager's False Confession Keep Him in Prison for Life?" The Nation 04/10/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"Silent Sting" San Francisco Bay Guardian 04/09/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Up All Night: 6/04/2013" BBC Radio Up All Night 04/06/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Google Searches for a Fight on National Security Letters" Tech News World 04/05/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Scotus Nixes Class In Comcast Antitrust Case but Leaves Daubert Issue for Another Day" BNA Mergers & Acquisitions Law Report 04/02/13 Prof. Joshua Davis
Legal Battles Over Gardens are Sprouting Up Across the Country ABA Journal 04/01/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Same-Sex Marriage in U.S. Supreme Court: Justices as Split as Rest of the Country on the Issue" San Jose Mercury News 03/30/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Gay Marriage and the U.S. Supreme Court: Don't Look for Sweeping Rulings" San Jose Mercury News 03/28/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"3-U.S. Supreme Court Rules for Comcast in Class Action" Reuters, CNBC Business News 03/27/13 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Black and Latino Communities Share Similar Struggles" Daily Sundial, Hispanic Business 03/27/13 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Prop. 8 Ruling Could be Limited" San Francisco Chronicle 03/27/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"US Supreme Court Appears To Favor Cautious Approach, Narrow Ruling On Prop 8" The San Francisco Appeal 03/26/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Obama 'Doubled Downed' with Drones while Notorious Interrogator Apologized" The American Constitutional Society for Law and Policy 03/25/13 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"USF Law Professor Julie Nice Comments on Same-Sex Marriage & Supreme Court" KPIX-SF (CBS), KTVU-SF (FOX), KGO-SF (ABC) 03/25/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"Here's Why Republicans Already Hate Obama's Latest Cabinet Nominee" Business Insider 03/22/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Will California's Cap and Trade Be Fair?" The Nation 03/20/13 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"USF School of Law's Investor Justice Clinic" KPIX-TV (CBS San Francisco) 03/15/13 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Travis on Impairment Discrimination" Disability Law Blog 03/07/13 Prof. Michelle Travis
"Law Enforcement Officials Question Guilt of Confessor in ’04 Double Murder" The Buffalo News 02/24/13 Prof. Richard Leo
"New Study Takes Aim at Critics of Private Antitrust Enforcement" Thomson Reuters News and Insight Legal 02/15/13 Prof. Joshua Davis
Broadcast on Justice Department suing S&P over mortgage ratings KCBS Radio 02/05/13 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"California's Medical Pot Wars Spark Up Again" San Jose Mercury News 02/04/13 Prof. Julie Nice
"'Aaron’s Law' Leads to Mixed Reactions" AirTalk (89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio) 01/18/13 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"ConsumerWatch: What Are Your Rights For Service Call No-Shows?" CBS 5 Eyewitness News 01/08/13 Prof. Robert Talbot
"A Man and His Papers Claims Two in Carpool Dispute" NBC Bay Area News 01/05/13 Prof. Robert Talbot
"’80 Murder Confession Raises Calls to Require Police to Record Interrogations" The New York Times 12/27/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Hundreds of Federal Prisoners Could be Freed" USA Today 12/25/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Climate Change Cases Make Waves This Year, a Trend Expected to Continue in 2013" Daily Journal 12/24/12 Prof. Alice Kaswan
Broadcast on the foreclosure rate in America KCBS Radio 12/14/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Isolated Inside the Administration" The American Constitutional Society for Law and Policy 11/28/12 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Privacy Law Can't Keep Up with Digital Age" San Francisco Chronicle 11/17/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"What is Comprehensive Immigration Reform?" The Huffington Post 11/15/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"The McCarthy Interview" Thomas Reuters Westlaw 11/15/12 Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"David Boies Predicts Supreme Court Will Overturn Gay Marriage Ban Prop. 8" On Top Media 11/11/12 USF 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. 11/10/12 USF School of Law Public Interest Law Foundation
"Despite Lawsuit and Numerous Glitches, New Jersey Voted, but it Wasn’t Pretty" 11/07/12 Adjunct 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. 11/06/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"A Touch of Class: Certification, Says One Brief, ‘Is the Ballgame’" ABA Journal 11/01/12 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Childish Things" Daily Journal 10/26/12 Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
Broadcast featuring Asian American panel debate on U.S. presidential election NTDTV (New Tang Dynasty Television) 10/26/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Yoo says Obama — not Bush — Exceeded Constitutional Powers" Politics Blog (San Francisco Chronicle) 10/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Mourdock Rape Comment Adds to Election-Year Furor Over Social Issues" The Washington Post 10/24/12 Prof. Maya Manian
"How Did Lance Armstrong Avoid Doping Prosecution?" All Things Considered(NPR) 10/22/12 Adjunct Prof. Kevin Ryan
Broadcast on ACLU lawsuit that claims Morgan Stanley is targeting black borrowers for risky loans KCBS Radio 10/15/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"The American Law Institute Elects 68 New Members" The American Law Institute 10/15/12 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Phone Breaker was an Advocate for Juvenile Justice" Daily Journal 10/12/12 Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
"Should You Get Deported for Carrying Three Joints?" ABC/Univision 10/10/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"International Context for Affirmative Action Argument" IntLawGrrls 10/09/12 Prof. Connie de la Vega
Broadcast on Oakland plan to prevent foreclosures KCBS Radio 10/09/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"In Memory of Adnan Latif: ‘Timmy’ and a Hospital Corpsman in Guantanamo" American Constitution Society 10/04/12 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"No Privacy for Cellphone Users, U.S. Argues" Courthouse News Service 10/03/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Justice Dept. to Defend Warrantless Cell Phone Tracking" CNET News, ACLU, LinkedIn Today, Electronic Frontier Foundation, i360Gov, etc. 10/02/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"California Guarantees Chance at Parole for Juveniles Facing Life Sentences" Juvenile Justice Information Exchange 10/02/12 Director of the Project to End Juvenile Life Without Parole Dana Isaac
"'Pay-for-Delay' Pharma Deals" California Lawyer 10/01/12 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Report's Effectiveness can be Relevant" Daily Journal 10/01/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Freedom of Press in Haiti: Report Finds Haitian Journalists Face Death Threats and Intimidation" Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti 09/28/12 Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Law Professors Urge Brown to Sign Immigration Bill" Daily Journal 09/18/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Attorney: Judge Going Too Far to Settle San Bruno Fire Case" San Jose Mercury News,San Mateo County Times 09/07/12 Prof. Joshua Davis
"400,000 Haitians Still Displaced" MediaGlobal 09/07/12 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Transportation Agency Might Ban Disputed Ads" San Francisco Chronicle 09/06/12 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Red Flags: Early Warnings of Wrongful Convictions" Pacific Standard 09/06/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Author Profile - J. Thomas McCarthy" Westlaw Key Authors ePublished 09/05/12 Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Legislation Would Help Protect Vulnerable Immigrants" San Francisco Examiner 09/02/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Housing a Movement: Adverse Possession in California" Utne Reader 09/01/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"ETFs - Why So Complicated?" Money 09/01/12 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Immigrant Driver License Bill Goes to Gov. Brown" San Jose Mercury News,The Oakland Tribune, etc. 08/31/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Deferred Action Gives Hope to Asian Immigrants"
Voice of America 08/31/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Twitter and Your Privacy" American Public Media'sMarketplace Tech Report 08/30/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Well-Connected" Daily Journal 08/24/12 Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
"Lawyers Anxiously Await New U.S. Undocumented Immigrant Policy" Daily Journal 08/23/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"A Porn Stash and a False Confession: How to Ruin Someone’s Life in the American Justice System" Pacific Standard 08/23/12 Prof. Richard Leo
Hitting the Road: Legal Status Can Bring Driver's Licenses for Immigrants KQED News 08/17/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Feds Join Fight to Turn Nursing Home into Apartments for Disabled Homeless" New Orleans Times Picayune 08/13/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Wade Michael Page: A Reflection of De-Americanization" The Huffington Post 08/10/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Cambodia’s Overdue Land Reforms" East Asia Forum 08/09/12 Prof. Dolores Donovan
"When Food is Sold Twice" Los Angeles Times 08/09/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Has Barack Obama Deported More People Than Any Other President in U.S. History?" (Tampa Bay Times blog) 08/07/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Fowler Jury Gets Polygraph Details" Mountain News 08/02/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Housing a Movement" California Northern 08/01/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Perverting Informed Consent: The South Dakota Court Decision" RH Reality Check 08/01/12 Prof. Maya Manian
"Federalism Concerns in DOMA Litigation" University of Pittsburgh's JURIST 08/01/12 Prof. Julie Nice
"The Price of Minimalism: Same-Sex Marriage and Judicial Confusion" University of Pittsburgh's JURIST 07/31/12 Prof. Julie Nice
"Law Professor Testifies at Old Fire Trial About False Confessions" Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, San Bernardino County Sun (CA) 07/26/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"The Vanishing Distinction Between Real-time and Historical Location Data" Concurring Opinions 07/17/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"GPS Warrant Debate Likely To Climb Back To High Court" Law360 07/17/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"In Tiny Bean, India’s Dirt-Poor Farmers Strike Gas-Drilling Gold" The New York Times 07/16/12 Adjunct Prof. Susan Sakmar
"Decision Thursday on Perjury Allegations" San Francisco Chronicle 07/14/12 Prof. Richard Leo
Broadcast on class action settlement for LCD products CBS 5 Eyewitness News 07/12/12 Prof. Joshua Davis
"San Francisco-Based Wells Fargo To Pay Millions In Discrimination Settlement" KCBS Radio 07/12/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Obama's Hypocrisy on Arizona's SB 1070" The Huffington Post 06/29/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Justices Bar Mandatory Life Terms for Juveniles" New York Times 06/26/12 Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Ruling Won't Affect California's Pro-immigrant Laws" Daily Journal 06/26/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on Arizona's ruling on immigration law SB 1070 The Kathleen Dunn Show (Wisconsin Public Radio) 06/26/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Rules Juvenile Life Sentences are Unconstitutional" The Guardian 06/25/12 Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Arizona’s Controversial Anti-immigration Law Partially Struck Down" Atlanta Black Star 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Strikes Down Part of Arizona Law" CBS News 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Arizona Immigration Ruling Sends Mixed Signals to Other States and Police" Contra Costa Times 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Immigration Program Yields Few Case Dismissals" Daily Journal 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Strikes Down 3 Parts of Ariz. Immigration Law" KENS 5 San Antonio 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Arizona Immigration Law Ruling Reactions" KTSF Channel 26 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Californians Express Mixed Reaction to Arizona Immigration Law Ruling" NBC Southern California 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Supreme Court Immigration Ruling Likely to Echo Through Presidential Election" San Jose Mercury News 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Arizona's Immigration Ruling Sends Mixed Signals to Other States" San Jose Mercury News 06/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Undocumented Immigrant Fights for Bar Admission" Daily Journal 06/19/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Magnalight Responds to Mag Instrument’s Lawsuit" Virtual-Strategy Magazine 06/12/12 Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
ConsumerWatch: Taking On Big Companies In Small Claims Court CBS Los Angeles, CBS New York 06/08/12 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Twitter Subpoena Raises a Storm of Legal Questions" JD Journal 06/04/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Obama Administration Argues No Warrant Required for GPS Tracking of Citizens" The New American 06/04/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Good and Mad Reading for the Weekend" SentenceSpeak (Family Against Mandatory Minimums blog) 06/01/12 Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"U.S. Argues to Preserve GPS Tracking" Wall Street Journal 05/31/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Legal Battle Over Twitter Subpoena Heats Up" Reuters, CNBC, ABS-CBN News, and others 05/31/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Witness Discounts Confession to Killing of Newborn" Bend Bulletin 05/26/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Breaking the Addiction to Incarceration: Weekly Highlights" ACLU Blog of Rights 05/25/12 University of San Francisco School of Law
"Charge: U.S. Sentencing Out of Step With World Practices" The Crime Report 05/25/12 Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Cruel and Unusual: U.S. Sentencing Practices Vs. Everybody Else" Witness LA 05/25/12 Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Witness Discounts Confession to Ore. Baby Killing" The Columbian 05/25/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Cruel and Unusual: U.S. Sentencing Practices in a Global Context" Sentencing Law and Policy 05/24/12 Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Angelica Swartout’s Infanticide Confession Discounted by Expert Witness" The Register-Guard 05/24/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Shelby Jurors Hear Recording of Phone Call from Jail" Evansville Courier & Press 05/23/12 Prof. Richard Leo
Broadcast on juvenile sentencing in the U.S. NTN24 Nuestra Telenoticias 05/22/12 Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Summary Judgments for May 22: Comparative Sentencing" Thomson Reuters News & Insight 05/22/12 Human Rights in Criminal Sentencing Project
"Suits Allege Cell Phone Tracking Software Violates Federal Wiretap Act" The National Law Journal, Law Technology News 05/22/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"State Justices Wade into Questions about Undocumented Immigrant's Effort to be Admitted to the Bar" Daily Journal 05/18/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Expert Says Police Interview with Shelby Created Environment for False Confession" Messenger-Inquirer 05/17/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Manian on 'Functional Parenting and Dysfunctional Abortion Policy'” Feminist Law Professors 05/17/12 Prof. Maya Manian
"Shelby Attorney Seeks Release of Mental Health Records of Victim's Mother" Evansville Courier & Press 05/16/12 Prof. Richard Leo
Robert Talbot in broadcast about unusual ruling NBC Bay Area News at 11 05/15/12 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Twitter Defense of Occupy Protester’s Tweets is Landmark Case, Experts Say" TPM (Talking Points Memo) 05/09/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Amanda Knox Case and The Norfolk Four Highlight Irreparable Damage Caused By Wrongful Convictions" GroundReport 05/08/12 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Amanda Knox Case and The Norfolk Four Highlight Irreparable Damage Caused By Wrongful Convictions" GroundReport 05/08/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Two Fellows to Join Public Defenders Office" The Advocate 05/07/12 David Rubin (Class of 2012)
"Passing the Buck on Location Tracking" Politico 05/03/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Taking Business in Flight? Be Careful" The New York Times 05/02/12 Adjunct Prof. Robert Brownstone
Broadcast with Rhonda Magee on the State of Black San Francisco II KPOO-FM 05/02/12 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Both Sides to Pay Legal Fees in Meal-and-Rest Cases" Daily Journal 05/01/12 Asst. Prof. Ellyn Moscowitz
"Autodesk Lawsuit Claims Menace from Mysterious Online Foes" The Marin Independent Journal 04/29/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Like It or Not, Arizona's SB 1070 Is About Racial Profiling" The Huffington Post 04/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on Supreme Court's review of Arizona's SB 1070 KCBS Radio 04/25/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Cyclist will Face Charges in Connection with Hitting Pedestrian" San Francisco Examiner 04/25/12 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Fewer Than 3,000 Immigration Cases Closed Under New Obama Policy" KPBS Public Broadcasting 04/24/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Applying the Clean Air Act to Greenhouse Gases: What Does It Mean for Traditional Pollutants?" CPRBlog 04/24/12 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Court Documents Reveal PG&E Likely to Take Hard Line on Issue of Paying Punitive Damages" San Jose Mercury News 04/23/12 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Off-Market Transactions Frequent in Competitive Silicon Valley Real Estate Frenzy" Peninsula Press 04/12/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Fifth Circuit Considers Constitutionality of Cell Site Location Data" Concurring Opinions 04/10/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"US Police Track Cellphones without Warrants" Al Jazeera 04/06/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"2 Tied to False Confessions Now Instruct Cops on Investigating" Chicago Tribune 04/06/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"How California Cops Grab Phone Data from Apple, Google, Carriers" The Tech Chronicles (San Francisco Chronicle blog) 04/03/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Honor Trayvon Martin's Death: Declare War on Racism" The Huffington Post 04/02/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"CSU Whistle-Blower Loses Job; Accused Teaches On" San Francisco Chronicle 04/01/12 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Closer Look: SF Massacre Prompts Review of Vietnamese Immigration Policies" CBS 5 03/30/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Greenhouse Gas Standards for New Power Plants: Glass Half-Full and Half-Empty" CPRBlog 03/28/12 Prof. Alice Kaswan
Broadcast on deportation issues for immigrants convicted of crimes CBS 5 Eyewitness News 03/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on Vietnam's refusal to accept immigrant criminal KCBS Radio 03/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on immigration issues surrounding murder suspect KCBS Radio 03/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on murder suspect who avoided deportation after previous run-in with law KGO Morning News 03/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on deportation proceedings of immigrant criminals KGO Morning News 03/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"How Alleged SF Murderer Avoided Deportation" KQED News 03/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on murder suspect not deported for past crime KRON 4 Early News 03/27/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Police: Wounded Foster City Intruder May Have Been Lost" Oakland Tribune, San Jose Mercury News, San Mateo County Times, and others 03/27/12 Prof. Steven Shatz
"San Francisco Slayings Suspect Avoided Deportation, Victims Identified" CBS 5 Eyewitness News 03/26/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on immigrant criminals' deportation John Kessler, KGO Radio 03/26/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on failed attempt to deport criminal immigrant Peter Finch With Nikki Medoro, KGO Radio 03/26/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Understanding California's Domestic Workers Rights Bill" City Visions Radio(KALW 91.7 FM) 03/13/12 Prof. Maria Ontiveros
"Resisting Alabama Through Community Policing for Better Public Safety" The Huffington Post 03/12/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Attempting to Preserve Equal Protection for Gays and Lesbians" University of Pittsburgh's JURIST 03/12/12 Prof. Julie Nice
"Supreme Court Ruling Prompts FBI to Turn Off 3,000 Tracking Devices" The Note (ABC Newsblog) 03/07/12 University of San Francisco School of Law, Prof. Susan Freiwald
"State Court to Examine 'Pay-for-Delay' Deals by Drugmakers" California Times, North County Times 03/02/12 Prof. Jesse Markham Jr.
"Introducing Guest Blogger Susan Freiwald" Concurring Opinions 02/27/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Lessons to Remember From Japanese Internment" The Huffington Post 02/21/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Two Years After the Earthquake, Haiti is Trying to Clear Tent Cities" The Washington Post, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 02/19/12 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Obama Rakes in Cash in SF" The Fiscal Times 02/17/12 Joseph Goldman (Class of 2014)
"The New Cambodian Civil Code" East Asia Forum 02/16/12 Dolores Donovan
"Feds Argue Using a Fake Name Can Deprive You of Rights" Wall Street Journal 02/14/12 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Prop. 8: Supreme Court May Redefine Gay Rights" San Francisco Chronicle 02/12/12 Prof. Julie Nice
"Prop 8 Case and the Message for Immigration Reform" The Huffington Post 02/10/12 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast featuring California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye KLIV Radio (1590AM San Jose) 02/09/12 Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
Broadcast on mortgage abuse settlement KCBS Radio 02/09/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Insight: Sacramento's Human Rights Violations" Insight Capital Public Radio 02/08/12 Prof. Connie de la Vega
"Sources: California to Join National Foreclosure Settlement" The Bay Citizen 02/08/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Closer Look: Parental Notification Likely Headed Back To California Ballot" CBS 5 Eyewitness News at 6 p.m. 02/08/12 Prof. Maya Manian
"USF Professor Analyzes Prop. 8 Ruling" CBS 5 Eyewitness News at 6 p.m 02/07/12 Prof. Julie Nice
"Professor Weighs in on Next Legal Step in Prop. 8 Case" KRON 4 Evening News 02/07/12 Prof. Julie Nice
"What Is a Frequent Flier Mile Worth?" Tax Analysts 02/06/12 Adjunct Prof. Dominic Daher
"New: Taxation of Frequent Flier Miles" Forbes 02/03/12 Adjunct Prof. Dominic Daher
"Reversal in Roommate Discrimination Case" Daily Journal 02/03/12 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Keeping Tasks Inside the Firewall" Law Technology News 01/30/12 Adjunct Prof. Robert Brownstone
"Conviction Rates: Meaningful Number or Political Weapon?" The Press Democrat(Santa Rosa, CA) 01/29/12 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Kohler Co. Steamed Over Arizona Firm's Name" Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 01/24/12 Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Reinventing USF" San Francisco Business Times 01/20/12 Prof. Richard Leo
"Mirkarimi Will Learn Monday When His Domestic Violence Trial Will Begin" KTVU News at 5 01/20/12 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Waiting for the GHG New Source Performance Standards: A Good Start, But Will EPA's Power Plant Controls Make a Difference?" CPRBlog 01/19/12 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"RFF Touts Flexible GHG Limits For Existing Plants As EPA Hedges On Rule" Washington Publishers 01/19/12 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Responsible Procreation: The Best Justification for Denying Marriage to Same-Sex Couples?" The Law and Global Justice Forum 01/17/12 Matthew Palmer (Class of 2012)
"In Haiti, Cautious Hope Around Effort to Find Families New Homes" The Christian Science Monitor 01/12/12 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Amnesty International Protests Gitmo detentions" ABC 7 News KGO (ABC San Francisco) 01/11/12 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"District Attorney to Decide on Mirkarimi Charges This Week" The Bay Citizen 01/11/12 Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on 10 year anniversary of Guantanamo KCBS Radio 01/10/12 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Guantánamo Bay: 10 Years of Controversy" Radio Netherlands 01/10/12 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"From Eugenics to Personhood: A Brief History of the Birth Control Debate in the U.S" The Law and Global Justice Forum 01/09/12 Aditi Fruitwala (Class of 2014)
"Prop 13: The Building-Sized Loopholes Corporations Exploit" SF Weekly 01/04/12 Prof. Daniel Lathrope
"Mindful Society: Meeting of the Mindful" Shambhala Sun 01/01/12 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Courts Tackle a Range of Environmental Issues in 2011" Daily Journal 12/28/11 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"Prosecuting Avoidable Famine as a Crime Against Humanity" The Law and Global Justice Forum 12/20/11 Adjunct Prof. Howard J. De Nike
"Barry Bonds: Debate Over Beverly Hills House Arrest" L.A. Now (Los Angeles Times blog) 12/19/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds Avoids Prison Time for Giving Evasive Testimony" The New York Times 12/19/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds' Sentence Engenders Debate" UPI NewsTrack Sports (United Press International) 12/19/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds is Sentenced in Enduring BALCO Saga" USA Today 12/19/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds Avoids Prison, Gets House Arrest and Probation" Los Angeles Times 12/17/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"In Their Own Words: Eight Lives Changed by the Iraq War" CNN 12/15/11 Eric Sofge (Class of 2013)
"Barry Bonds Likely to Avoid Jail Time at Friday Sentencing" USA Today, Tucson Citizen 12/15/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"High Court Review of Immigrant Law Could Shed Light on State Rights" Daily Journal 12/12/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"New Developments Between the World’s Top Cocaine-Producer And the World’s Top Cocaine-Consumer" The Law and Global Justice Forum 11/30/11 Lindsay Freeman (Class of 2013)
"Creative Financing Deals May Cost City $68 Million" New York Times, Bay Citizen 11/26/11 Prof. Jesse Markham
"A Step in the Right Direction: Ending Manipulation of Universal Jurisdiction" The Law and Global Justice Forum 11/23/11 Liat Blum (Class of 2012)
"Haiti's Earthquake Recovery Marred by Forced Evictions, Cholera" Chicago Public Media, WBEZ 91.5 (affiliate of NPR) 11/21/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
Broadcast on the issue of standing in Prop. 8 case KRON 4 Evening News 11/17/11 Prof. Julie Nice
"Love Thy Neighbor, Except if He is Mexican" The Law and Global Justice Forum 11/16/11 Liat Blum (Class of 2013)
"Federally Funding Hunger" The Law and Global Justice Forum 11/11/11 Vinuta Naik (Class of 2013)
"Mortgage Settlement: Many Are Left Behind" Bay Citizen, New York Times 11/10/11 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"'Our Blood is Also Red'* – Revisiting the United States’ Ban on Blood Donation from Gay Men" The Law and Global Justice Forum 11/08/11 Aditi Fruitwala (Class of 2014)
"From the Bench: U.S. Supreme Court" Newsletter on Intellectual Freedom (American Library Association) 11/01/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Spielberg, Guantanamo, and Me" California Lawyer 11/01/11 Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Therapy Dogs Provide Stress (and Comic) Relief" AALL Spectrum 11/01/11 Suzanne Mawhinney (librarian)
"Move Over, Marlowe—Spouse Spy's on the Case" AirTalk (89.3 KPCC, Southern California Public Radio) 10/31/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"With Trial Beginning Monday, Experts Question Interrogation of Day Care Worker" Chicago Tribune 10/30/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Law Schools Use Google and Facebook to Screen Applicants" Daily Journal 10/26/11 Raizza Ty (Class of 2014)
"A Practice Unchecked: The Legal Dilemma of Targeted Killing" The Law and Global Justice Forum 10/26/11 Meghan 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. 10/26/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Electronic Communications Privacy Act is Outdated: U.S. Gov’t Can Read Emails Without Warrant" Death and Taxes 10/21/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Mad Women: The Case for Ending Sex-Based Discrimination on American Soil by Foreign Subsidiaries" The Law and Global Justice Forum 10/18/11 Liat Blum (Class of 2012)
"SF Symposium Aims to Tackle Issues of Black Flight" KQED News 10/18/11 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Free Trade Agreements Mean Job Losses in the Other Country as Well" The Huffington Post 10/17/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"U.S. Sweep Nets Private Email Addresses" Al Jazeera 10/12/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Former Heads of State: to Prosecute, or Not to Prosecute?" The Law and Global Justice Forum 10/10/11 Alyssa Bussey (Class of 2014)
"ISP Members File Supreme Court Amicus Brief on GPS Tracking in U.S. v. Jones" Information Society Project website 10/09/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Give Criminal Aliens a Second Chance" The Huffington Post 10/03/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Help Inspire College Students to Make Law School a Destination" BASF Bulletin 10/01/11 Prof. Richard Sakai
"Suit: Government is Failing to Protect Earth's Atmosphere" Daily Journal
(reposted on Our Children's Trust website)
09/30/11 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"California Bar Foundation Gives $257,000 in Scholarships" Daily Journal 09/30/11 Raymond Rollan (Class of 2015)
"FAQ: Which Social Networks Fight for Your Rights?" PCWorld 09/27/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Will Corporations Be Given a Free Pass for Human Rights Violations Abroad?" The Law and Global Justice Forum 09/27/11 Matthew Palmer (Class of 2012)
"Fowl Language: Companies Squawk About Who Gets 'Tweet'" Wall Street Journal 09/24/11 Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Even in Tragedy, We’re a Nation of Immigrants" 89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio 09/19/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"San Francisco's Special Education Classes Disproportionately Filled with Minority Students" San Francisco Examiner 09/18/11 Asst. Prof. Patricia Fitzsimmons
Broadcast on privacy rights in the digital age Lady Brain with Steph and Lauren
Green 960AM (San Francisco)
09/17/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Court Case Asks if 'Big Brother' is Spelled GPS" New York Times 09/10/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Julie Nice on CLS v. Martinez, the First Amendment, and Equality" Constitutional Law Prof Blog 09/09/11 Prof. Julie Nice
"Battle of Hastings" Jotwell 09/09/11 Prof. Julie Nice
"The Defining Moment of the Decade" The Huffington Post 09/07/11 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Ed Lee Benefiting from Voters’ Focus on Jobs" Beyond Chron 09/07/11 Adjunct Prof. Randy Riddle
"Expert: Day Care Death Suspect Has 'Risk Factors' For False Confession" Chicago Daily Herald 09/07/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Calusinski Attorneys Want Interrogation Expert to Testify" Lake County News-Sun (Chicago Sun-Times Publication) 09/07/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Vigilante Racism and the De-Americanization of Muslim Americans" The Huffington Post 09/06/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Paying Mind to Diversity: An Argument for Meditation" 08/31/11 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Amazon Not Out of the Jungle Yet" San Francisco Business Times 08/26/11 Prof. Daniel Lathrope
"Suspect in Deaths to be Tried as Juvenile" Pittsburgh Tribune Review 08/24/11 Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"N.C. Abortion Law Sparks Controversy" The Daily Tar Heel 08/24/11 Prof. Maya Manian
"One Hand Clapping for Latest Obama Deportation Reforms" The Huffington Post 08/23/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast with Robert Talbot on Bart station protests KTVU Channel 2 News 08/23/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"100 Days into Michel Martelly’s Presidency: Survey Reveals Conflicts of Camp Closure"
Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti
08/22/11 Center 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 Times 08/21/11 Center for Law and Global Justice (CLGJ)
"Coping With Loneliness in Guantanamo" The Huffington Post 08/19/11 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"New Jersey Tent City Houses 70 Homeless People Who Draw Community Scorn" ABC World News with Diane Sawyer 08/11/11 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Judge's Conduct in Beach Hearing Praised by Both Sides" Great Falls Tribune 08/05/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Visiting Scholar: Professor Maya Manian, 2011-2012" Center for Productive Rights website 08/04/11 Prof. Maya Manian
Radio broadcast on reserve immigration trend KCBS Radio 07/29/11 Prof. 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 Haiti 07/19/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Breaking the Rules of Interrogation" Hernando Today/The Tampa Tribune 07/15/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"PG&E Seeks to Clarify Legal Position in San Bruno Pipeline Case" San Jose Mercury News, Contra Costa Times 07/12/11 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Control the Border: Invest in Mexico" The Huffington Post 07/12/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Surprising Discovery in the Charred Rectory" The Philadelphia Inquirer 07/11/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Bar Considers Ending Some Data Collection" Daily Journal 07/08/11 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
Broadcast on new video relating to Bryan Stow case NBC Bay Area News 06/27/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Amnesty, Double Jeopardy on Agenda for Tribunal Hearing" Voice of America 06/26/11 Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"Taking Stock: Digital Danger" Bloomberg 06/24/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"The Final Word" Bloomberg Radio 06/24/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Remarkable or Not, All Dreamers Deserve a Chance" The Huffington Post 06/24/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Prof. Ontiveros on lawsuit over beating at Dodger Stadium Daily Journal 06/24/11 Prof. Maria Ontiveros
"Atif Rafay, Sebastian Burns Appeal to be Heard 17 Years After Triple Murder in U.S." The Vancouver Sun 06/21/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Administration's Acknowledgement of Severe Flaws in S-Comm Highlights Need for Moratorium and TRUST Act" San Francisco Sentinel 06/17/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"U.S. Must Stand Up to Unlawful Eviction of Haitans from Displacement Camps" CIP Americas Program Newsletter 06/16/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"As Edison CEO, Bryson Survived Tough Test of Calif. Power Crisis" Greenwire 06/15/11 Prof. Alice Kaswan
"35 Years of Getting to Yes: San Francisco's Community Boards" City Visions Radio
(KALW 91.7 FM)
06/13/11 Prof. Emeritus Jay Folberg
"Court Seeks Ruling on Long Prison Sentences for Juveniles" The Recorder 06/10/11 JLWOP Interim Dir. Kyra Millich
"Canadian Natural Gas Future Looks Bright" Calgary Herald 06/09/11 Adjunct Prof. Susan Sakmar
"Did Arizona Really Win at the Supreme Court?" The Huffington Post 06/02/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"BASF's Pipeline to a Career in Law: Scholarship Recipients Update" The Bar Association of San Francisco Bulletin 06/01/11 Ann Kariuki (Class of 2011)
"Will California Opt Out of Secure Communities, and Can It?" 89.3 KPCC Southern California Public Radio 05/26/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Legitimacy of Tribunal at Stake: Legal Observers" Voice of America 05/24/11 Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"Legally Easy Episode 25: Let’s Talk Immigration" The RocketLawyer Podcast 05/23/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Interview with CBS radio on California prison population ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court KCBS Radio 05/23/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on Giant fan critically beaten at Dodgers Stadium KTVU Channel 2 News 05/23/11 Prof. 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 Service 05/22/11 Prof. Richard Leo
"Kill the Death Penalty" The Huffington Post 05/16/11 Prof. 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) 05/13/11 Adjunct Prof. Susan Sakmar
"Disrespecting Undocumented Immigrants" The Huffington Post 05/12/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Legal Scholars Weigh in on Secure Communities" San Francisco Bay Guardian 05/10/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Campos Urges Lee to Implement Entire Due Process Law" San Francisco Bay Guardian 05/10/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Mobile Privacy Issues Come to Capitol Hill—Apple’s iOS4 to be Examined in Senate Hearing" Information Today 05/09/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"USF Law Students Turn to Dogs for Stress Relief" San Francisco Examiner 05/08/11 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Nannies and Housekeepers: A Common Part of Los Altos Life Rarely Addressed in Immigration Debate" Los Altos Patch 05/05/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Bin Laden Was a Pretext for Anti-Immigrant Policies" The Huffington Post 05/03/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Michel Martelly’s Short Honeymoon" 05/03/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Making Peace in America's Cities" Shambhala Sun 05/01/11 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Don't Deport Immigrants With Mental Disabilities" The Huffington Post 04/28/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"San Francisco May Vote on Banning Male Circumcision" Reuters 04/27/11 Prof. Joshua Davis
"Parsing the AEP v. Connecticut Argument: Did the Court Ask the Right Questions?" CPRBlog 04/21/11 Prof. Alice Kaswan
Radio broadcast on ruling that halts implementation of Arizona's SB 1070 Michael Eric Dyson Show 04/18/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Radio broadcast on HOA fees amid the foreclosure crisis KCBS Radio 04/15/11 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Undocumented Immigrants: Give Them a Parade, Not SB 1070" The Huffington Post 04/14/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast with Mad Dog Radio on Barry Bonds case Mad Dog Radio (Sirius XM Radio station) 04/14/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds is Convicted of Obstruction of Justice" Los Angeles Times, The Kansas City Star, Denver Post, among others 04/13/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Verdict In: Barry Bonds Found Guilty, But Case Not Closed Yet" USA Today 04/13/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Extended Deliberations Bad News for Bonds?" Fox Sports News 04/12/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
Radio broadcast on the potential conflict within jury in Bonds' case KCBS Radio 04/12/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
Radio broadcast on jury in Barry Bonds' case KCBS Radio 04/12/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds Jurors End Third Day of Deliberations Without Verdict" L.A. Now (Los Angeles Times blog) 04/12/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Jury to Continue Deliberating in Bonds Perjury Case" New York Times 04/12/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds Jurors End Third Day Without Verdict" UPI NewsTrack Sports (United Press International) 04/12/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
Radio broadcast on Ninth Circuit decision on Arizona's SB 1070 KCBS Radio 04/11/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Feminist Legal History: Essays on Women and Law" Feminist Law Professors 04/11/11 Maya Manian
"Barry Bonds Jury Has Plenty to Consider" San Francisco Chronicle 04/09/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds' Jury Asks for Transcript of Ex-Partner’s Secret Tape" Bloomberg Businessweek 04/08/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"No Verdict Reached in Barry Bonds Perjury Trial as Former Trainer Greg Anderson Released from Prison" New York Daily News 04/08/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Infusing the Deportation System With Restorative Justice" The Huffington Post 04/07/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"The 2011 Guggenheim Fellows" Jacket Copy (Los Angeles Times blog) 04/07/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Experts: Bonds' Perjury Trial 'Too Close to Call'" California Watch 04/07/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds' Defense Attorneys Rest Without Calling One Witness" USA Today 04/07/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds' Lawyers Rest Their Case Without Calling Witnesses" Bloomberg Businessweek 04/06/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on Barry Bonds' case KCBS Radio 04/06/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Barry Bonds Rest His Case Without Taking a Swing" San Jose Mercury News 04/06/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Voices on the Haitian Elections" PRI's The World 04/04/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Experts Say Prosecutors Have Scored Only One Direct Hit on Barry Bonds" Los Angeles Times 04/04/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Lost Tape is Found in Trial of Bonds" New York Times 04/04/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Bonds has Momentum Headed into Critical Trial Week" Associated Press 04/03/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"E-mail is Protected from Unreasonable Search and Seizure, Circuit Rules" Inside Counsel 04/01/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Prosecutors Tweak Witness List" USA Today, American Chronicle, among others 03/31/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Pair's Testimony Aids Case vs. Barry Bonds, Expert Says" USA Today 03/29/11 Robert Talbot
"Ex-Mistress: Bonds Blamed Steroids for Injury" Associated Press,National Post (Canada), etc. 03/28/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Calif. Regulators Scramble in Wake of Court Ruling on Emissions" Greenwire 03/24/11 Prof. Alice Kaswan
Broadcast on jury of Barry Bonds trial WCBS Newsradio (National Programming) 03/23/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on Barry Bonds perjury trial WCBS Newsradio (National Programming) 03/23/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
Broadcast on testimony of Steve Hoskins in Barry Bonds trial WCBS Newsradio (National Programming) 03/23/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"At the Witness Stand, Two Parallel Paths Diverge" The New York Times 03/22/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Nicole Phillips on KPFA Radio discusses March 20 Fraudulent Elections (KPFA Radio)" Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti 03/21/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
Nicole Phillips and Bea Lindstrom Interview on Forced Evictions (Sojourner Truth) Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti 03/21/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Barry Bonds Steroid Case Goes to Trial" Los Angeles Times 03/21/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"It's Opening Day, and They're Playing for Keeps at Last" The New York Times 03/21/11 Scott Ito (Class of 2012)
"In U.S. vs. Bonds, a Tawdry Turn" The Bay Citizen, New York Times 03/20/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Most Diverse Law Schools" The National Jurist 03/15/11 Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"Jailed Six Years as Argument Rages Over Expert Witness" Philadelphia Inquirer 03/15/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"Without Human Rights We Are Just Another Country" The Huffington Post 03/14/11 Prof. Peter Jan Honigsberg
"Keyword Competition Not Illegal" Daily Journal 03/10/11 Senior Prof. J. Thomas McCarthy
"Shatz and Shatz on Gender and the Death Penalty" CrimProf Blog 03/10/11 Prof. Steven Shatz
"Will Another Dream Fade? Obama Should Endorse Same-Sex Marriages for Immigration Purposes" The Huffington Post 03/09/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on proposed settlement between state AGs and banks KCBS Radio 03/08/11 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"University of San Francisco's Investor Justice Clinic Helps Investors" California Securities Fraud Lawyer Blog 03/01/11 Adjunct Prof. Brett Alcala
"Mexico's Economy is the Problem that Anti-Immigration Laws Won't Solve" The Huffington Post 02/28/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Illegal Immigration" You Are Here (WERS radio) 02/27/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"San Bruno Blast Lawsuits Headed into Courtroom" San Francisco Examiner 02/18/11 Prof. Joshua Davis
Interview on Prop. 8 and the California Supreme Court KNX radio 02/17/11 Prof. Julie Nice
Broadcast on communications privacy (also featuring Electronic Frontier Foundation) Forthright Radio (KZYX) 02/16/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
Interview on the California Supreme Court and legal standing for Prop. 8 KCBS Radio 02/16/11 Prof. Julie Nice
"Tools for Effective Immigration Reform" Daily Journal 02/15/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
Broadcast on communications privacy (also featuring Electronic Frontier Foundation) Daily Journal 02/15/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"ABA Backs Independence of Law School Clinical Courses" ABA Journal 02/14/11 Dean Jeffrey S. Brand
"WikiLeaks Backers 'Anonymous' to be Probed by U.S. Grand Jury" Bloomberg 02/09/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"U-M Law Clinic: Records Prove Convicted Killer Mark Craighead is Innocent After All" Detroit Free Press 02/02/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"When Lawyers Attack: Behave Yourself!" Plaintiff 02/01/11 Prof. Rhonda Magee
"Meet John Doe: Picking Up the Music Industry's Club, A Group of Lawyers Revive the Mass Copyright Suit" American Lawyer 02/01/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"John Does Under Fire for File Sharing" Internet Law & Strategy 02/01/11 Prof. Robert Talbot
"Will County Lauded for Self-Critical Look into Botched Riley Fox Case" Chicago Tribune 01/30/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"The Government Wants Your Internet Service Provider to Keep Better Track of You" Marketplace Tech Report 01/27/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Data Privacy Day Brighter to Advocates Because of Appeals Court Victories" Communications Daily, Washington Internet Daily 01/26/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Appellate E-Communication Privacy Rulings Impetus to Push for Reforms to ECPA" Electronic Commerce & Law Report 01/26/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Broadcast on the Fourth Amendment and electronic surveillance" Letters to Washington(KPFA) 01/20/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"¿Se somete a un juez de California? Sí, acepto" El Pais 01/13/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Surviving in the Wild West of Binary Information Brokers" Motherboard.TV 01/12/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
"Haitians Hold Moment of Silence a Year after Quake" CTV News, Institute for Justice & Democracy In Haiti 01/12/11 CLGJ Asst. Director for Haiti Programs Nicole Phillips
"Support and Doubt Greet Gascón Move" San Francisco Chronicle 01/11/11 Assoc. Prof. Richard Leo
"1986 Privacy Law is Outrun by the Web" The New York Times 01/09/11 Prof. Susan Freiwald
Radio broadcast on Massachusetts ruling against U.S. Bancorp and Wells Fargo in mortgage foreclosure case KCBS Radio 01/07/11 Prof. Tim Iglesias
"Hostile State Battles Now Define Immigration" ColorLines 01/06/11 Prof. Bill Ong Hing
"Hold New, Open, Fair Elections" The Miami Herald 01/03/11 CLGJ 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 Counsel 01/01/11 Prof. Robert Talbot