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Scholarship & Influence - Loyola Law School, Los Angeles


NEW SCHOLARSHIP HIGHLIGHTS

book coverJennifer E. Rothman, The Right of Publicity: Privacy Reimagined for a Public World (Harvard 2018).

book coverStanley Goldman, Left to the Mercy of a Rude Stream: The Bargain that Broke Adolf Hitler and Saved My Mother (Potomac 2018).

book cover Seagull Song, Transnational Intellectual Property Law (Elgar 2018) (co-authored).

law reviewLee Petherbridge, Gender Disparity in Law Review Citation Rates, 59 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 771 (2018) (co-authored).

book coverCesare P.R. Romano, Freedom of Research and the Right to Science, From Theory to Advocacy, in The Freedom of Scientific Research: An Anthology (Simona Giordano et al. eds., Manchester 2018) (co-authored).

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Hiro Aragaki, Arbitration Reform in India: Challenges and Opportunities, in The Developing World of Arbitration: A Comparative Study of Arbitration Reform in the Asia Pacific (Anselmo Reyes & Weixia Gu eds., Hart 2018).


law reviewElizabeth Pollman, Regulatory Entrepreneurship, 90 S. Cal. L. Rev. 383 (2017) (co-authored). Named in 2018 by corporate and securities law scholars as one of the 10 best articles of the year.

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Eric Miller, A Fair Cop and a Fair Trial, in Obstacles to Fairness in Criminal Proceedings: Individual Rights and Institutional Forms (John Jackson & Sarah Summers eds., Hart 2018).


Law ReviewCarlos Berdejó, Criminalizing Race: Racial Disparities in Plea Bargaining, 59 B.C. L. Rev. 1188 (2018).

law reviewEllen Aprill, Amending the Johnson Amendment in the Age of Cheap Speech, U. Ill. L. Rev. Online 1 (2018).

law reviewJustin Levitt, Intent is Enough: Invidious Partisanship in Redistricting, 59 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1993 (2018). Cited in seven different Supreme Court briefs.

law reviewSande Buhai, Statutory Damages: Drafting and Interpreting, 66 U. Kan. L. Rev. 523 (2018).

In 2017-18 alone, the scholars of Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, were cited in more than 500 law review articles (including articles published by 24 of the top 25 law schools' flagship reviews) and 45 decisions of state and federal courts in 34 different jurisdictions.

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FACULTY IMPACT

Kathleen KimKathleen Kim supervised the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic in its first successful petition for immigration relief for a victim of human trafficking and in its expanded offerings to aid DACA and other clients.

Justin Hughes Justin Hughes was asked to help negotiate bipartisan domestic copyright legislation to implement the Marrakesh Treaty, fostering access to works for people with disabilities.

Karl ManheimKarl Manheim testified about intellectual property and sovereign immunity before a subcommittee of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee.

Katherine PrattKatherine Pratt was elected a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel.

Priscilla OcenPriscilla Ocen helped spearhead a California ballot initiative to give subpoena power to the Los Angeles County Sheriff Civilian Oversight Commission, a watchdog panel on which she serves.

Adam ZimmermanAdam Zimmerman filed six amicus briefs and testified before the U.S. Court of Veterans Appeals and Dept. of Education, bringing his Yale Law Journal research on administrative class actions to federal practice.

Marissa MontesMarissa Montes was appointed by the California Senate Rules Committee to the California Gang Database Technical Advisory Committee.

Kevin Lapp Kevin Lapp filed an amicus brief in C.J.L.G. v. Sessions, concerning the right to appointed counsel for immigrant minors facing deportation.

Aaron Caplan Aaron Caplan co-wrote amicus briefs concerning harassment and free speech in state and federal courts in California, Ohio and Washington.

Samantha Buckingham and Christopher Hawthorne Sam Buckingham brought her research on trauma and juvenile justice to 1,000 attorneys, probation officers and judges this year. She and Chris Hawthorne were also invited to speak to the Nat'l Council on Juvenile and Family Court Judges.

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INTELLECTUAL COMMUNITY

Loyola hosts prominent scholars from around the country at our many workshop series and colloquia. Recent and upcoming events include:

Immigration Politics: Shifting Norms, Policies & Practices. Held in concert with the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic and Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, the symposium examined ways for immigration law practitioners and professors to teach, interpret and advocate amid changing Trump Administration immigration policy measures.

Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice. Filled with seasoned judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys, the 12th installment of the symposium addressed the legal issues presented by the #MeToo movement, transforming marijuana laws, the Russia investigation and the new parole system.

Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic Grand Opening. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joined Loyola deans and faculty in commemorating a new campus facility housing many of Loyola's 21 live-client clinics, including the Collateral Consequences of Conviction Justice Project partnership in concert with his Office of Reentry. The Project has already helped 375 clients put past convictions behind them. Several other clinics also celebrated milestones, including the Loyola Project for the Innocent's sixth release of an unjustly convicted person, the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic's 10,000th consultation and the Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution's 60,000th client served.

Policing Los Angeles Forum Series. Professors Eric Miller and Sean Kennedy's ongoing dialogue on police practices has included law enforcement officials, watchdogs and scholars from across California for discussions on the privacy implications of police body cameras and corporate-created police policy.

Right of Publicity Reimagined. Professor Jennifer E. Rothman presented her new book, The Right of Publicity: Privacy Reimagined for a Public World, followed by a conversation with leading First Amendment litigators and scholars on this timely topic.

TechTainment 3.0: Technology + Entertainment. Hosted in partnership with the Los Angeles Intellectual Property Law Association, the annual event explored the emerging legal challenges of artificial intelligence, digital-rights disputes and negotiating for user-generated content.

21st-Annual Western Conference on Tax Exempt Organizations. Founded by Loyola Professor Ellen Aprill, this highly respected conference featured prominent tax-exemption experts discussing developments in nonprofit tax law related to the Trump Administration.

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FACULTY WORKSHOP SERIES

Lori A. Ringhand

Lori A. Ringhand
University of Georgia School of Law

 

Linda L. Berger

Linda L. Berger
UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law

Kathryn M. Stanchi

Kathryn M. Stanchi
Temple University
Beasley School of Law

Gabriel Rauterberg

Gabriel Rauterberg
University of Michigan Law School

Eric Miller

Eric Miller
Loyola Law School,
Los Angeles

Naomi Schoenbaum

Naomi Schoenbaum
George Washington
University Law School


Carlos Berdejo

Carlos Berdejó
Loyola Law School,
Los Angeles

Peter H. Huang

Peter H. Huang
University of Colorado Law School

J. Maria Glover

J. Maria Glover
Georgetown University
Law Center

Angela J. Davis

Angela J. Davis
American University Washington
College of Law

Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg

Hadar
Dancig-Rosenberg

Bar-Ilan University
Faculty of Law


Reva Siegel

Reva Siegel
Yale Law School

Robert Post

Robert C. Post
Yale Law School

Charlotte Garden

Charlotte Garden
Seattle University
School of Law


Benjamin Edwards

Benjamin Edwards
UNLV William S. Boyd
School of Law

Mila Sohoni

Mila Sohoni
University of San Diego
School of Law

IP and Information Law Speaker Series

Jason Rantanen

Jason Rantanen
University of Iowa
College of Law

 

Rebecca Tsosie

Rebecca Tsosie
University of Arizona
James E. Rogers
College of Law

Michael Smith

Michael D. Smith
Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business


Arti Rai

Arti K. Rai
Duke University
School of Law

Dan L. Burk

Dan L. Burk
UC Irvine
School of Law

Irene Calboli

Irene Calboli
Texas A&M University
School of Law

Lisa Ramsey

Lisa Ramsey
University of San Diego
School of Law


 

TAX POLICY COLLOQUIUM

Joseph Bankman

Joseph Bankman
Stanford Law School

 

Edward Kleinbard

Edward Kleinbard
USC Gould School of Law

Zachary Liscow

Zachary Liscow
Yale Law School

Leonard Burman

Leonard Burman
Sycracuse University Maxwell School

Eric Toder

Eric Toder
Tax Policy Center

Erin Scharff

Erin Scharff
Arizona State U.
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law


Kimberly Clausing

Kimberly Clausing
Reed College

David Herzig

David Herzig
Valparaiso University Law School

Mirit Eyal-Cohen

Mirit Eyal-Cohen
University of Alabama
School of Law