Research Dean’s September Roundup of Scholarly Activities

幸运快3高手计划Faculty activities from September 2019.

Publications

  • Richard A. Boswell, “Advancing a Broader View of Clinical Scholarship,” 26 Clinical Law Review 117 (2019)
  • Jaime King et al., “Navigating Legal Challenges to State Efforts at Control Drug Prices: Pharmacy Benefit Manager Regulation, Anti-Price-Gouging Laws, and Price Transparency” (National Academy for State Health Policy)
  • Jaime King, “The Burden of Federalism: Challenges to State Attempts to Controlling Prescription Drug Costs,” 39 Journal of Legal Medicine 95 (2019) (with Katherine Gudiksen)
  • Dorit Reiss et al., “,” JAMA Pediatrics (Sept. 3, 2019)
  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza, “The ICC in Latin America: An Old Friend with New Challenges,” 47 Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law 101 (2019)
  • Reuel Schiller, “” Law & History Review: The Docket
  • David Takacs, “,” Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning (2019)
  • Frank Wu, “,” 26 Asian American Law Journal 109 (2019)
  • Frank Wu, “,” 26 Asian American Law Journal 46 (2019)

Works Accepted

  • Paul Belonick, “Transparency is the New Privacy: Blockchain’s Challenge for the Fourth Amendment,” Stanford Technology Law Review (forthcoming 2020)
  • Robin Feldman, “The Burden on Society from Eleventh-Hour ‘Citizen Petitions’ Filed to Slow Generic Drugs,” Maryland Law Review
  • Robin Feldman et al., “Pharmaceutical Pay-for-Delay Reexamined: A Dwindling Practice or a Persistent Problem?,” Hastings Law Journal
  • Heather Field, “Allocating Tax Transition Risk,” Tax Law Review (forthcoming 2020)
  • Chimène Keitner et al., “The Law Against Family Separation,” Columbia Human Rights Law Review
  • Chimène Keitner, “Cybersecurity Provisions and Trade Agreements,” Harvard Business Law Review Online (with Harry Clark)
  • Chimène Keitner, “Fifth Amendment Due Process Reconsidered,” in The Restatement (Fourth) of the Foreign Relations Law of the United States: Past, Present and Future (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2020)
  • Dave Owen, “Private Facilitators of Public Regulation: A Study of the Environmental Consulting Industry,” Regulation & Governance

Significant Blog Posts, Op-Eds, Magazine Columns, and Online Essays

  • Veena Dubal, “,” The Guardian (Sept. 19, 2019)
  • Veena Dubal, “” ACS Expert Blog Forum (Sept. 27, 2019)
  • Veena Dubal, “,” OnLabor (Sept. 9, 2019) (with Sanjukta Paul)
  • Veena Dubal, “,” OnLabor (Sept. 10, 2019) (with Sanjukta Paul)
  • Eumi Lee posted a of Hadar Aviram’s forthcoming book Yesterday’s Monsters on the UC Hastings Scholarship Blog.
  • Robin Feldman, “Why the Cancer ‘Moonshot’ Has Been So Disappointing,” Washington Post (Sept. 24, 2019)
  • David I. Levine, “The Twilight of Nationwide Injunctions?,” Daily Journal (Sept. 16, 2019)
  • Ugo Mattei was featured on the podcast on Sept. 28.
  • Karen Musalo, “Trump’s senseless cruelty toward evacuees from the Bahamas,” Los Angeles Times (Sept. 13, 2019)
  • Dorit Reiss, “,” Bill of Health (Sept. 6, 2019)
  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza posted a of David Takacs’s new article on the UC Hastings Scholarship Blog.
  • Frank Wu, “,” DiverseEducation (Sept. 3, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Before Bakke, A Case That Turns Out Not to be Moot,” Daily Journal (Sept. 4, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Comments on Guidance on Guidance,” Daily Journal (Sept. 27, 2019)

Speaking

  • Richard Boswell moderated the Clinical Law Review Writer’s Workshop panel on Immigration Litigation and Adjudication at N.Y.U. Law School on Sept. 21.
  • Ben Depoorter was a discussant on “Artificial Stupidity” at the Junior Scholars Law & STEM Conference at Stanford Law School on Sept. 28.
  • Scott Dodson gave a keynote lecture titled “Personal Jurisdiction in a Comparative Context” at the International Conference on Civil Procedure in Rio, Brazil, on Sept. 17.
  • Veena Dubal presented “Misclassification, Dynamex, and AB5: Understanding the Threat of the Third Category” at the California Building Trades Federation.
  • Robin Feldman served as a commentator for the Junior Scholars Law & STEM Conference at Stanford Law School on Sept. 28.
  • Clark Freshman spoke on “Self-Compassion and Truth” in Stockholm on Sept. 30.
  • Emily Murphy presented a draft coauthored paper at the Iowa Law faculty colloquium on Sept. 27.
  • Emily Murphy spoke on human memory to the Ohio Judicial Conference on Sept. 13.
  • Karen Musalo spoke on “Central American Migrations and the U.S. Border” at the Center for Latin American Studies, U.C. Berkeley, on Sept. 4.
  • Karen Musalo spoke on Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Immigration Law,” at the 2019 Human Rights Conference on Sept. 20.
  • Dave Owen was a panelist at “” at Berkeley Law on Sept. 10.
  • Joel Paul spoke on “John Marshall and Consensus Building” at a conference on the Founding Fathers and Public Leadership at University of Wisconsin on Sept. 20.
  • Joel Paul spoke at the Annual Supreme Court Review at UC Hastings Law on Sept. 25.
  • Dorit Reiss gave a talk on vaccine advocacy to the Pediatrics Interest Group at UCSF on Sept. 9.
  • Dorit Reiss gave a talk in the Law & Biosciences Workshop at Stanford on Sept. 23.
  • Dorit Reiss presented on a vaccine panel at the Public Health School at UC Berkeley on Sept. 26.
  • David Takacs gave a talk on “Making Koalas Fungible: Biodiversity Offsetting and the Law” at University of Melbourne Law School on Sept. 4.
  • Yvonne Troya & Sarah Hooper presented at the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership Summit in Washington, D.C. in September.
  • Frank Wu gave a moderated presentation at Hemmerdinger Auditorium on Sept. 19.

Compiled by Scott Dodson, Associate Dean for Research, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law.