Professor Victoria Schwartz, "Leveling Up to a Reasonable Woman's Expectation of Privacy" -- University of Colorado Law Review
Professor Victoria Schwartz's article, "Leveling Up to a Reasonable Woman's Expectation of Privacy," has been published in the University of Colorado Law Review.
Professor Michael Helfand Quoted in "Appeals Court Says Accusers' Case Against Church of Scientology Can Proceed" -- Los Angeles Times
Professor Michael A. Helfand is quoted in the Los Angeles Times regarding a recent ruling by the California Second District Court of Appeal.
Professor Maureen Arellano Weston was elected Member of the Executive Committee of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Law and Sports at the 2022 Annual Meeting.
Professor Jennifer Lee Koh was elected Secretary of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Litigation at the 2022 Annual Meeting.
Professor Colleen Graffy Presents Episode on President George H. W. Bush -- The Presidents and Prime Ministers Podcast
The Presidents and Prime Ministers Podcast is based on the book, "The Presidents," for which Professor Graffy wrote the chapter on President George H. W. Bush.
Adjunct Professor William Nix Moderates "The Power of Storytelling: Human Rights at Home and Around the World" -- Producers Guild of America
Straus Institute Adjunct Professor William Nix will moderate a workshop that highlights stories of human rights.
Professor Naomi Goodno Presents "Are Remote Learning Technologies Bridges or Barriers to Legal Educational Equity?" -- AALS 2022 Annual Meeting
Professor Naomi Harlin Goodno spoke on "Are Remote Learning Technologies Bridges or Barriers to Legal Educational Equity?" at the 2022 Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting.
Professor Maureen Weston Contributes to "Key Sports Law Cases and Developments of 2021" -- LawInSport
Professor Maureen Arellano Weston contributes to global sports law commentary in LawInSport's "Key Sports Law Cases and Developments of 2021."
Professor Shelley Saxer Quoted in "Do Psychics Need a License to Tell the Future in the Desert?" -- The Desert Sun
Professor Shelley Ross Saxer is quoted in a Desert Sun article regarding what desert cities can do to regulate psychics, mediums, and other businesses promising supernatural services.