Summer 2009 Faculty Activities
OUR FACULTY ARE LAWYERS WHO LEAD.
Following is a list of recent faculty and staff scholarship and achievement. For a more detailed list of all faculty and staff activities and achievement, visit law.scu.edu/faculty.
For our faculty spotlight page, which highlights faculty news since the Summer issue of Santa Clara Law was published, click here.
Colleen Chien’s article, "Patently Protectionist? An Empirical Analysis of Patent Cases at the International Trade Commission,” was published in 50 William and Mary Law Review 63 (2008). Her article, "Of Trolls, Davids, Goliaths, and Kings: Narratives and Evidence in the Litigation of High-Tech Patents,” will be published at 87 North Carolina Law Review (2009).
David Friedman recently published Future Imperfect: Technology and an Uncertain World (Cambridge University Press), which discusses the consequences of impending technological changes.
Dorothy Glancy prepared "2007 Traffic Watch Privacy Audit Update Report” for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and co-authored "Report to Congress: Rural Interstate Corridor Communications Study.” She published "Retrieving Black Box Evidence from Vehicles: Uses and Abuses of Vehicle Data Recorder Evidence in Criminal Trials” in The Champion (May 2009). She was reappointed to the California Judicial Council Court Technology Advisory Committee.
Eric Goldman published the book chapter "Online Word of Mouth and Its Implications for Trademark Law” in Trademark Law and Theory: A Handbook of Contemporary Research 404 (Graeme B. Dinwoodie and Mark D. Janis eds., Edward Elgar Press, 2008); an essay, "Teaching Cyberlaw,” at 52 St. Louis University Law Journal 749 (2008); and two law review articles: "Why Wikipedia Will Fail,” 6 J. Telecomm. & High Tech. L. (2009); and "Brand Spillovers,” 22 Harvard J.L. & Tech. (2009).
Pratheepan Gulasekaram’s article "Sub-National Immigration Regulation and the Pursuit of Cultural Cohesion,” was published in the University of Cincinnati Law Review.
Anna Han published four chapters on Chinese intellectual property laws in Business Law in China: Trade, Investment, Operations and Finance (2d ed., Daniel Arthur Laprè ed.), an ICC publication.
Marina Hsieh was re-nominated to a three-year term on the State Bar of California’s Council on Access and Fairness. She, and Lecturer Robert Cullen, showcased Santa Clara’s "Initiatives in Leadership—Education for Lawyers” at a conference, Legal Education at the Crossroads, at the University of Washington, in Seattle in Sept. 2008. She served as moderator of a panel, "Democracy and Disenfranchisement: Protecting and Restoring Voting Rights in America,” at Shaking the Foundations: The West Coast Progressive Lawyering Conference at Stanford Law School, Oct. 4, 2008. She was elected vice president of the national ACLU board of directors at their Oct. 2008 meeting.
Bradley Joondeph had two law review articles published: "Federalism, the Rehnquist Court, and the Modern Republican Party,” 87 Oregon Law Review (2008) and "The Many Meanings of ‘Politics’ in Judicial Decision Making,” 77 University of Missouri-Kansas City Law Review 349 (2009).
Michelle Oberman co-authored a book chapter titled "Where Stem Cell Research Meets Abortion Politics: Limits on Buying and Selling Human Oocytes.” She delivered the paper "Reproductive Autonomy at the Intersection of Law, Gender and Poverty” at the Israeli Law and Society Association: Dec. 2008 Conference, Global, Regional, and Local: Law, Politics and Society in Comparative Perspectives. Her book, co-authored with Cheryl L. Meyer, When Mothers Kill: Interviews from Prison, was published by New York University Press (2008).
Tyler Ochoa co-authored "Teaching Rights of Publicity” for the St. Louis University Law Journal and is publishing a book chapter, "Copyright Protection for Works of Foreign Origin in the United States,” in a copyright monograph. He co-authored the 2008 supplement to his copyright law casebook, and is co-authoring a new publicity rights casebook.
Cookie Ridolfi, Executive Director of the Northern California Innocence Project at Santa Clara Law, co-authored an op-ed piece in the Orange County Register with former California Attorney General John Van de Kamp. She received recognition from the California Senate Rules Committee for her outstanding service to the State of California as a member of the California Commission on the Fair Administration of Justice.
Cathy Sandoval recently published "Antitrust Language Barriers: First Amendment Constraints on Defining an Antitrust Market by a Broadcast’s Language, and Its Implications for Audiences, Competition and Democracy” in the Federal Communications Law Journal.
David Sloss’s book, The Role of Domestic Courts in Treaty Enforcement: A Compar-ative Study, will be published by Cambridge University Press (forthcoming 2009). He had two articles published: "Place Matters (Most): An Empirical Study of Prosecutorial Decision-Making in Death-Eligible Cases,” Arizona Law Review (2009) (co-authored with Katherine Barnes and Stephen Thaman) and "Judicial Foreign Policy: Lessons from the 1790s,” 53 Saint Louis University Law Journal 145 (2008).
Gary Spitko published "Open Adoption, Inheritance, and the ‘Uncleing’ Principle,” 48 Santa Clara Law Review 765-804 (2008). Together with Professor Mary Louise Fellows (Minnesota) and Charles Q. Strohm (UCLA), he published "An Empirical Assessment of the Potential for Will Substitutes to Improve State Intestacy Statutes” in 85 Indiana Law Journal (forthcoming 2009). Professors Fellows and Spitko presented an earlier version of "Open Adoption, Inheritance, and the ‘Uncleing’ Principle” during a panel at the joint annual conference of the Law and Society Association and the Canadian Law and Society Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in May 2008. He presented a draft of a paper in Jan. 2009 at the annual meeting of the Labor and Employment Relations Association in San Francisco. The paper was published as "Exempting High Level Employees and Small Employers from Legislation Invalidating Predispute Employment Arbitration Agreements,” 43 U.C. Davis Law Review (forthcoming 2009).
Beth Van Schaack co-authored with Professor Ronald C. Slye, of Seattle University School of Law, a book titled International Criminal Law: The Essentials (Aspen Press 2008). She also published a chapter, "Engendering Genocide: The Akayesu Case Before the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda,” in Human Rights Advocacy Stories (Edited by Deena R. Hurwitz and Margaret L. Satterthwaite, (Foundation Press, 2009). She published several law review articles: "Finding the Tort of Terrorism in International Criminal Law,” 28 Univ. of Texas Review of Litigation 381 (2009); "Crimen Sine Lege: Judicial Lawmaking at the Intersection of Law and Morals,” 97 Georgetown L.J. 119 (2008); and "The Story Behind the Case that Launched a Legal Revolution,” 30 Human Rights Quarterly 1042 (2008)
Stephanie Wildman published "Pregnant and Working: The Story of California Federal Savings & Loan Assn. v. Guerra” in Elizabeth Schneider and Stephanie M. Wildman, Women and the Law Stories, (forthcoming Foundation Press). She also published (with Patricia A. Shiu) "Pregnancy Discrimination and Social Change: Evolving Consciousness About Workers’ Rights,” Yale Women’s L.J. (forthcoming 2009).
David G. Yosifon’s article, "The Consumer Interest in Corporate Law,” waspublished in 43 UC Davis Law Review (2009).
Susan Morse, teaching fellow, published two articles: "Using Salience and Influence to Narrow the Tax Gap,” 40 Loyola University Chicago Law Journal (forthcoming 2009) and co-wrote "Cash Business and Tax Evasion,” 20 Stanford Law and Policy Review (forthcoming 2009) (with Stewart Karlinsky and Joseph Bankman).
Evangeline Abriel, LARAW director,
was presented with a certificate of appreciation by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in March, "in recognition of outstanding contributions of time and legal expertise in support of the Pro Bono Program.” The certificate reflects the work of Abriel and Santa Clara Law students on behalf of petitioners seeking review of Board of Immigration Appeals decisions.
Sandra Magliozzi, Director of Law Internships, published several articles in The Complete Lawyer, including articles on professional development and growth by associates in law firms, effects of the uncertain economy on lawyers, and coaching to advance young lawyers’ skills.
Linda Starr, legal director of the Northern California Innocence Project, was elected to a three-year term as a member of the Board of Governors for the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice in Dec. 2008.
Rachel Smith, LARAW faculty member, was awarded a grant from the Association of Legal Writing Directors to prepare an article titled: "Perk Up Your Pens! Legal Analysis, Writing, and Research Podcast Series and Companion Website” during summer 2009.