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  • John A. Bogdanski

    Presentations

    • “Recent Developments in Federal Tax Valuation.” Willamette Valley Estate Planning Council, Salem, Oregon. January 12, 2016.

    • Recent Developments in Federal Tax Valuation (CLE). Oregon Law Institute, Portland, Oregon. December 11, 2015.

    Publications

    • “From Russia, With ‘Boot’: Tseytin.” Corporate Taxation, vol. 45, issue 1, Thomson Reuters (January 2018).

    • “Internet Sales Bolster Market-Based Valuation.” Estate Planning, vol. 44, issue 12, Thomson Reuters (December 2017).

    • “Nonqualified Preferred Stock and the Participation Paradox.” Corporate Taxation, vol. 4. Thomson Reuters/Tax & Accounting (forthcoming September 2017).

    • “Valuation Penalties and Collections of Assets.” Estate Planning, Vol. 44, issue 6. Thomson Reuters/Tax & Accounting (June 1, 2017).

    • “The STARS (Cases) Are Back in Alignment.” Corporate Taxation,vol. 44, issue 2 (March/April 2017).

    • “Proposed Valuation Regulations: Aggressive, Unclear, Questionable.” Estate Planning, vol. 43 (forthcoming December 2016). 

    • “Judicial Disarray on Insurance Company Stock.” Corporate Taxation, vol. 43, Thomson Reuters (forthcoming March 2016).

    • Federal Income Taxation of S Corporations. Fifth Edition. Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting (forthcoming December 15, 2015). With James S. Eustice and Joel D. Kuntz.

    • “‘Net, Net Gifts’ and the Enigmatic Section 7520.” Estate Planning, vol. 43, issue 1, Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting (forthcoming January 2016).

    • “‘See No Evil’ Defense Has Its Limits.” 42 Corporate Taxation 24 (March/April 2015). 

    • “Treating Foreign Students at U.S. Colleges as Residents” (letter to the editor). 146 Tax Notes 1159 (March 2, 2015).

    • “Pay Up Now, Deduct Later (Maybe)–Ash Grove Cement Co.” 41 Corporate Taxation 27, (July/August 2014).

  • Jan Pierce

    Presentations

    • On the Lewis & Clark Low Income Taxpayer Clinic and other low-income tax clinics. Oregon Congressional staff. March 2014. 

    • On qualified offers and attorney fees (panel). ABA Tax Section Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona. January 2014.

  • Paula Abrams

    Appointments and Service

    • Advisory member to the Oregon Law Commission Judicial Selection Work Group.

    Presentations

    • Supreme Court Review (panel). American Constitution Society Supreme Court Review/Preview, Portland, Oregon. October 10, 2014.

    • At a national summit on reproductive health policy. Washington, D.C. May 2014.

    • Roe at Risk.” American Constitution Society, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. April 2014.

    • “Intersections in Reproductive Technology.” Yale University. April 2014.

    • Roe at 41.” Lewis & Clark and Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon. January 2014.

    • “The General Welfare Clause of the Constitution.” League of Woman Voters, Portland, Oregon. 2013.

    Publications

    • “The Bad Mother: Stigma, Abortion, and Surrogacy.” The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, vol. 3, issue 2, 179-191 (November 4, 2015).

    • “The Bad Mother: Stigma, Abortion, and Surrogacy.” Journal of Law Medicine and Ethics, forthcoming 2014.

    • “Abortion Stigma: The Legacy of Casey.” Rutgers Women’s Rights Law Reporter, forthcoming 2014.

  • Brian Blum

    Publications

    • Examples & Explanations (Bankruptcy and Debtor/Creditor). Seventh edition. Wolters Kluwer (April 18, 2018). With Samir Parikh.

    • Contracts: Examples and Explanations. Sixth edition. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (2014).

    • Bankruptcy and Debtor/Creditor. Sixth edition. Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (2014).

  • Michael Blumm

    Appointments and Service

    • Volunteer advisor on HB 2835, Oregon Waterway Access Bill. Made several comments on the contents of a waterway access bill, designed to improve public access from state lands to floatable (navigable) waters. 2019. 

    • Drafted and circulated an amicus brief, in which 69 law professors signed, urging the Oregon Supreme Court to accept review of Chernaik v. Oregon, which alleged that the state of Oregon breached its public trust duties by failing to attempt to control greenhouse gas emissions. March 22, 2019. 

    • Signer of comments on the U.S. Department of the Interior proposed rule that would scuttle regulations preventing the waste of methane gas from leases on federal lands. April 23, 2018.

    • Coordinator and editor for an amicus brief supporting a review of North Carolina v. Alcoa in the U.S. Supreme Court. November 6, 2017–December 8, 2017.

    • Drafter of the amicus brief for 35 law professors and several waterkeeper organizations in support of a request for review by the Oregon Supreme Court of a Court of Appeals decision that denied public access to a public lake from public parklands. June 1, 2017–June 20, 2017.

    • Drafter of and coordinator for law professors’ comments to the Secretary of the Interior on the proclamation of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. June 1, 2017–June 12, 2017.

    • Provider of comments to Crook County Court on a proposed natural resources management plan that would have attempted to put in place provisions against the federal government. August 29, 2016.

    • Drafter of and coordinator for law professors’ comments on proposed U.S. Bureau of Land Management land planning rules, particularly those related to treatment of “areas of critical environmental concern.” June 5, 2015–May 24, 2016.

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • “The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act at 50.” Wild, Scenic and Beyond: 50 years of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, Vancouver, Washington. October 23, 2018. With Laird Lucas.

    • “The Stevens Treaties and Indigenous Rights in the Marine Environment.” Indigenous Rights in the Marine Environment Across the Globe, Tromsø, Norway. June 8, 2018.

    • Trump’s Plunder of Public Lands (panel). The Trump Administration and Environmental Law in Portland, OR, April 6, 2018.

    • Proprietary and Sovereign Public Trust Duties (panel). The Public Trust Doctrine in the 21st Century, Washington, D.C. March 16, 2018.

    • “Comments on the Crook Country Natural Resources Plan.” Crook County Court Hearing, Prineville, Oregon. November 7, 2017. With James Frasier JD ’17.

    • Recent Public Trust Cases Concerning the Atmosphere and Lake Access (CLE). Portland, Oregon. November 2, 2017.

    • “’No Ordinary Lawsuit’: Discussing the Juliana Decision.” University of Oregon Works in Progress workshop, Portland, Oregon. October 27, 2017. With Mary Wood.

    • National Monuments: The Case Against Presidential Revocation (panel). A Monumental Task: Will the Trump Administration Scale Back National Monuments?, American Constitution Society CLE, Portland, Oregon. August 2, 2017.

    • “A Short History of Public Land Law.” Oregon Natural Desert Association Action Night, Portland, Oregon. May 25, 2017. With Ken Rait.

    • Response to Secretary of the Interior’s request for comments on the propriety of the proclamation of Bears Ears National Monument. Washington, D.C. May 25, 2017.

    • Legality of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument Expansion (testimony). Meeting of the Subcommittee on Public Lands Oversight of the House Natural Resources Committee, Washington, D.C. May 2, 2017.

    • “Federal Constitutional Authority to Manage Public Lands.” Civil Rights in an Election Year, Portland, Oregon. October 21, 2016. With Dean Emeritus Jim Huffman.

    • History of Federal Lands and Purposes of Federal Land Management (panel). Federal Lands Management, Bend City Club, Bend, Oregon. May 19, 2016.

    • Groundwaters of the United States (panel). Waters of the United States—Environmental Law Symposium, Portland, Oregon. April 8, 2016.

    • “The Federal Public Trust Doctrine and Public Access to Oswego Lake: Two Law Professors’ Amicus Briefs.” Public Trust Doctrine Symposium, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. April 10, 2015. 

    • “The Public Trust Doctrine Abroad.” Vermont Law School. July 2014.

    • “NEPA and Wilderness: A Symbiotic Relationship.” Wilderness conference, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. April 2014.

    Publications

  • Bill Chin

    Appointments and Service

    • Member of the planning team and speaker at the unveiling ceremony for the Oregon State Bar’s Diversity and Inclusion Story Wall. Oregon State Bar, Tigard, Oregon. November 2014.

    Presentations

    • Measure 88 Safe Roads (panel). Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon, Warner Pacific College, Portland, Oregon. September 20, 2014.

    • Some Exclusionary Policies and Practices Pertaining to Asian Americans in Oregon’s History (CLE). Echoes of Inequality: A History of Oregon’s Exclusionary Laws, Oregon State Bar, Tigard, Oregon. September 12, 2014.

    • “Race in the Gun Debate.” Northeastern People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference, Puerto Rico. December 2013.

    Publications

    • “Invasions and Civilians: The Special Duty of the United States to Aid Civilian War Sufferers Produced by U.S. Military Intervention.” Human Rights & Globalization Law Review (forthcoming).

    • “Law and Order and White Power: White Supremacist Infiltration of Law Enforcement and the Need to Eliminate Racism in the Ranks.” 6 J. L & Soc. Deviance (2013).

    • “Domestic Counterinsurgency: How Counterinsurgency Tactics Combined With Laws Were Deployed Against Blacks Throughout U.S. History.” 3 U. Miami Race Social Justice L. Rev. 31 (2013).

  • Henry Drummonds

    Appointments and Service

    • Organizer for the 2015 Lewis & Clark Law School Forum: Secrets, Poaching, Loyalty, and Liberty. Lewis & Clark Law School. November 1, 2014, through September 12, 2015.

    Presentations

    • On U.S. tort/employment law (course). East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, China. June 29, 2016.

    • “The Impact of International Human Rights Law on Labor and Employment Law.” Transnational Perspectives on Equality Law, American Association of Law Schools, Washington, D.C. June 2014.

    • “Public Policy Exception to Labor Arbitration Award Enforcement: Another Look at the Supreme Court’s Public Policy Trilogy.” Labor and Employment Relations Association. May 2014.

    • On class/representative waivers in mandatory arbitration agreements required as a condition of employment. Oregon Law Institute. May 2014.

    • On interest arbitration to the labor law class of William Gould (former chair of the U.S. National Labor Relations Board). Stanford Law School. March 2014.

    Publications

    • “How to Avoid the Plague of Class/Representative Action Wage and Hour Suits.” 65 CCH Labor Law Journal, No. 2, (June 24, 2014).

    • Update to “International Human Rights and Its Impact on Labor and Employment Law.” International Labor and Employment Law, fourth edition, Keller and Darby. 2014.

    • “The Public Policy Exception to Labor Arbitration Award Enforcement: Another Look at the Supreme Court’s Public Policy Trilogy.”

  • Susan Felstiner

    Appointments and Service

    • Legal Hackathon (Participant). Multnomah Bar Association. Portland, OR. May 17, 2018. 

    • Moderator for Business of Food panel at the 2017 Food Law Symposium at Lewis and Clark Law School, March 2017.

    • Elected treasurer of the board of directors for the Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center. August 24, 2016.

    • Consultant to deans, administration, faculty, and community members starting a small business legal clinic. La Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, sede Bucaramanga (The Law School of the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia in Bucarramanga, Colombia). August 2014.

    • Member of the 2015 Transactional Clinical Conference Planning Committee. June 1, 2014, through April 24, 2015.

    • Member of the Oregon State Bar House of Delegates.

    • Member of the board of directors for the Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center.

    Presentations

    • ICE in the Workplace: A Training for Employers and Managers (Panel). Adelante Mujeres, Hillsboro, Oregon. May 30, 2019. With Liani Reeves and Erin Pettigrew. 

    • Social Justice? Screening for Underrepresented Entrepreneurs (Panel). 2019 Transactional Clinical Conference, Berkeley, CA. May 3, 2019.

    • Employment Law Basics (Lecture). Employment Law Basics Training, Small Business Development Center, Blue Mountain Community College, Pendleton, OR. April 17, 2019. With Julieanna Elegant. 

    • Minding Your Business: Legal Basics and Issues Faced by Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses Workshop (Lecture). Business Development Services, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Pendleton, OR. April 16, 2019. With Julieanna Elegant.  

    • Demystifying Commercial Leasing (Lecture). How to Find & Lease the Right Location: Retail Business Builders Class, Small Business Development Center, Portland Community College, Portland, OR. April 16, 2019. 

    • “Your Legal Shield and Characteristics of Business Entities” (Panel). Framework for an Unbreakable Foundation, Governor’s Marketplace, Salem, OR. March 21, 2019. With Carmen Madrid, Kaye Kloster and Stephen Richardson.

    • “Commercial Leasing” (Lecture). Impact Beaverton’s Small Business Education, Beaverton, OR. March 19, 2019. With Lindsey Daniel. 

    • “Legal Risk Management Tools and Entity Selection” (Lecture). Portland State University MBA Launch in 9 Class. Portland, OR. February 28, 2019. With Brittany Medlin. 

    • “Riesgos y Opciones para Pequeños Negocios y Selección y Formación de su Compañía” (Lecture). Fundamentos Legales de una Empresa, Beaverton, OR. December 5, 2018. With Itzel Lepe, Veronica Muriel, Tania Predovic, and Diego Gutierrez.

    • “Legal Risk Management Tools, Entity Selection & Formation, Intellectual Property Protections” (Lecture). Warm Springs Community Action Team Presentation, Warm Springs, OR. November 1, 2018. With Julieanna Elegant and Alison Roth. 

    • “Commercial Leasing” (Lecture). Small Business Development Center Retail Business Builders Class, Portland, OR. October 10, 2018. With Brian Dasso. 

    • “Employer and Employees Beware: I-9 Audits and Raids” (CLE). Employer and Employees Beware: I-9 Audits and Raids CLE, Portland, OR. September 28, 2018. With Liani Reeves and Erin Pettigrew. 

    • “Legal Solutions for the Entrepreneur: Tools to Manage Risk and Liability” (Lecture). Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon Business Building Series. Portland, OR. September 19, 2018. 

    • “Employer Know Your Rights” (Lecture). Employer Know Your Rights Workshop. Portland, OR. August 28, 2018. With Liani Reeves and Erin Pettigrew.

    • “Risk Management and Entity Selection,” SCORE Mentors Training, Tualatin, Oregon. June 26, 2018. 

    • Legal Risk Management Tools (Lecture). Portland Mercado Empresarios Boot Camp. Portland OR. June 6, 2018. 

    • “Setting Up Your New Business: The Legal Perspective.” Hacienda Community Development Entrepreneur Boot Camp, Portland, Oregon. June 6, 2018. 

    • “Clinical Professor” (Lecture). Portland State University MBA Capstone Class, Portland, OR. May 24, 2018. With Brittany Medlin. 

    • Lecture, “Legal Issues of Running a Business,” Portland State University Entrepreneurship Class, May 2018. Co-presented with SBLC Alumn Brittany Medlin, 05/24/2018.

    • “Legal Tools and Communication Strategies for Serving Immigrant and Nontraditional Clients.” 2018 Transactional Clinical Conference, Chicago, Illinois. April 28, 2018. With Julieanna Elegant and Susan Bennett.

    • “How to Find and Lease the Right Location.” Small Business Development Center, Portland, Oregon. April 24, 2018. With Marisol McAllister.

    • “The Legal Side of HR.” Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. April 16, 2018. With Elizabeth Inayoshi JD ’14and Julieanna Elegant.

    • “Legal Tools Relating to a Startup.” Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. April 22, 2018. With Brittany Medlin JD ’14.

    • “La Estabilidad Laboral/Ocupacional Reforzada de Personas con Discapacidad, Comparativo E.E.U.U. y Colombia” (The Reinforced Labor/Occupational Stability of Persons With Disabilities, Comparing the U.S. and Colombia). 2017. With Jorge Luis Quintero Gomez.

    • “Constitución de los Estados Unidos de 1787” (The U.S. Constitution of 1787). Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia sede Bucaramanga. 2017. With Carmenaza Jaimes Marin.

    • “Ética de Los Estudiantes en sus Prácticas Jurídicas” (Ethics of Law Students in Their Clinical Practice). Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia sede Bucaramanga. 2017. With Jorge Francisco Chacón Naves.

    • “Ética de los Estudiantes de Leyes en los Estados Unidos” (Law Student Ethics in the United States). Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia sede Bucaramanga. 2017.

    • “Perspectiva de Mecanismos Alternativos para Resolver Conflictos en los Estados Unidos” (A View of Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in the United States). Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia sede Bucaramanga. 2017.

    • Lecture, “Emergency Preparedness:  Immigration Training,” Coalition of Community Health Clinics, June 2017. Co-presented with Michael Stout, attorney at Perkins Coie, Michael Cowgill, attorney at Meadowlark Immigration, and Jaimie Letter, Project Manager for Advocacy Program at Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center.

    • Lecture, “Employer Know Your Rights:  What to do in an ICE raid, I-9 audits, and Succession Planning for Your Business,” Vancouver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, June 2017. Co-presented with Michael Stout, attorney at Perkins Coie, and Liani Reeves, attorney at Bullard Law.

  • George K. Foster

    Appointments and Service

    • Cochair of the American Society of International Law’s Rights of Indigenous Peoples Interest Group. April 8, 2015-April 5, 2017.

    • Newsletter editor for the American Society of International Law’s Rights of Indigenous Peoples Interest Group. September 2, 2014, through May 31, 2015.

    • Peer reviewer for Yearbook on International Investment Law and Policy, Oxford University Press.

    Media Appearances

    • Interviewed by Katherine Kisiel on President Obama’s visit to Portland to promote the Trans-Pacific Partnership and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. KATU News, May 8, 2015.

    Presentations

    • “Avoiding Conflict and Promoting Cooperation in Industry-Community Relations.” Academy of Legal Studies in Business Annual Conference, meeting of the Environmental Law and Sustainability Section, Portland, Oregon. August 12, 2018.

    • “The Maya People of Southern Belize Consultation Framework.” Works-in-progress workshop of the American Society of International Law Dispute Resolution Interest Group, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. November 10, 2017.

    • “Essential Preconditions for a Legitimate Indigenous-Industry Agreement.” Law and Politics of Indigenous-Industry Agreements, University of Saskatchewan College of Law, Saskatoon, Canada. October 14, 2017.

    • “Community Participation in Development.” 2017 Works-in-Progress Conference, American Society of International Law’s Rights of Indigenous Peoples Interest Group, Washington, D.C. April 13, 2017.

    • Resources, Rights, and Revenue-Sharing: Redefining Standards for Consultations With Indigenous Peoples (panel). Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, Washington, D.C. March 31, 2016. With Leonardo Crippa, Kirsty Gover, and Paul Wilson.

    • “Sleeper” Foreign Officials and Other Counter-Intuitive Theories of Liability Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (panel). Lewis & Clark International Law Symposium: Managing Corruption Risks in International Business, Portland, Oregon. March 4, 2016. With Janet Hoffman, Kathleen McGovern, and Amy Deen Westbrook.

    • International Law Issues in Domestic Litigation (CLE). Multnomah Bar Association, Portland, Oregon. February 17, 2015. With Chris Helmer J.D. ’74 of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn.

    • “The Coming Mega-Regional Trade and Investment Partnerships: Controversies and Implications.” Business Law Society Lecture Series, Portland, Oregon. November 13, 2014.

    • Challenges to Arbitrators: Should the Challenge Process Be Overhauled? (panel). Eighth Annual Juris Investment Treaty Arbitration Conference, Washington, D.C.

    Publications

  • Pamela Frasch

    Awards and Honors

    • Recipient of the Stiftung für das Tier im Recht (TIR) International Animal Law Award for work in animal law education, scholarship, conferences, competition, legal development, and student mentoring. March 15, 2015. With Natasha Dolezal, director of the Animal Law LL.M. Degree Program; Kathy Hessler, clinical professor of law and director of the Animal Law Clinic; and Lindsay Kadish, director of operations for the Center for Animal Law Studies.

    • Recipient of the inaugural AALS Animal Law Section Award for Excellence in Animal Law: Teaching, Scholarship, and Service. January 9, 2016.

    Presentations

    • Lecture, “Anti-Cruelty Laws and the AWA,” The Law and Ethics of Animal Testing, Portland OR, July 19, 2018.

    • “Implementing Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities.” Vol. 20 Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health(2017).

    • “Beyond the Law: Nontraditional Approaches to Increasing Animal Protection.” III Global Animal Law Conference, Hong Kong, China. May 4, 2018.

    • “25 Years of Animal Law.” 25th Annual Animal Law Conference, Portland, Oregon. October 20, 2017.

    • “Animals in Entertainment: Legal Issues.” Animal Grantmakers’ Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon. October 15, 2017.

    • “Animal Law Education.” Animal Grantmakers’ Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon. October 15, 2017.

    • Animals in Agriculture: Challenges and Opportunities (panel). Eat, Pray, Law: A Food Forum, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. March 13, 2015.

    • “Animal Law Education.” Global Animal Law Conference, Autonomous University of Barcelona Law School, Barcelona, Spain. July 12, 2014.

    • How Can I Get a Job Advocating for Animals? (panel). The 22nd Annual Animal Law Conference, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. October 18, 2014.

    • “Animal Law in the United States.” Autonomous University of Barcelona Law School, Barcelona, Spain. March 19, 2015.

    Publications

    • “Implementing Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities.” Vol. 20 Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health(2017).

    • “Gaps in U.S. Animal Welfare Laws for Lab Animals.” Institute for Laboratory Animal Research Journal(2017)

    • “Animal Law—A Global Phenomenon.” Global Journal of Animal Law (December 1, 2014), Abo Akademi University Department of Law, Finland. With Clinical Professor Kathy Hessler and Director Natasha Dolezal.

    • “Implementing Toxicity Testing in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities.” Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part B (forthcoming September 2015). With Clinical Professor Kathy Hessler, Daniel Krewski, Bruce Meyers, Paul A. Locke, Joyce Tischler, and Margit Westphal.

    • Animal Law in a Nutshell. Second edition. West Publishing (forthcoming 2016). With Clinical Professor Kathy Hessler and Sonia S. Waisman.

    • Animal Law, Cases and Materials. Fifth Edition. Carolina Academic Press (2014). With Bruce A. Wagman and Sonia S. Waisman.

  • William Funk

    Appointments and Service

    • Member of the Oregon Law Commission’s Standing Modernization Work Group charged with making a recommendation on whether to propose legislation enabling judicial review of a citizen initiative in state and federal courts in instances when the Attorney General refuses to defend the initiative. Salem, Oregon. October 1, 2014, through March 11, 2015.

    • Editor of International Administrative Law (weekly e-journal), Social Sciences Research Network.

    • Editor of Administrative Law (weekly e-journal), Social Sciences Research Network.

    Awards and Honors

    Media Appearances

    • Interviewed by Lars Larson. Lars Larson Show, KXL-100 Radio, July 20, 2018. 

    • Interviewed by Dave Miller on the fate of a Portland zoning provision that would have blocked construction of new petroleum tank farms. Think Out Loud, OPB Radio, August 28, 2017.

    • Interviewed by Lars Larson for “First Amendment Rights of Government Employees.” Lars Larson Show, August 23, 2017.

    • Interviewed by Michael Castner for “Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law.” The Morning Show, KEX Radio, March 31, 2015.

    • Interviewed by Michael Castner for “Judge Moore and Same-Sex Marriage in Alabama.” KEX Radio, February 13, 2015.

    Presentations

    • “The Attack on the Administrative State.” Oregon Judicial Conference, Sunriver, Oregon. October 26, 2017.

    • “Recent Developments in Constitutional Law.” Administrative Law Conference, Washington, D.C. October 20, 2017.

    • “Slip, Slidin’ Away—The Erosion of APA Adjudication.” Rethinking Due Process, Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia. April 21, 2017.

    • Final Agency Action After Hawkes (panel). Evolving Justiciability: Discretionary Standing and Practical Finality?, Washington, D.C. December 8, 2016.

    • Recent Developments in Constitutional Law (panel). Recent Developments in Administrative Law, Washington, D.C. December 9, 2016.

    • Slip, Slidin’ Away—The Erosion of APA Adjudication (roundtable). Rethinking Due Process, Antonin Scalia Law School of George Mason University, Arlington, Virginia. January 27, 2017.

    • The Legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia (debate). Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. September 22, 2016. With Brian Fitzpatrick.

    • “Recent Developments in Federal Administrative Law.” National Association of Hearing Officers Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon. September 13, 2016.

    • “Make My Day! Dirty Harry and Final Agency Action.” Symposium on Waters of the United States, Portland, Oregon. April 8, 2016.

    • Warning Letters and Voluntary Compliance Programs—Is Sackett v. EPA a Game Changer? (panel). American Bar Association Administrative Law Institute, Washington, D.C. March 15, 2016.

    • “Supreme Court Cases This Term.” Center for Inquiry, Portland, Oregon. June 12, 2015.

    • “Hot Topics in Administrative Law.” Federal Judicial Center Workshop for Permanent Law Clerks, Pepperdine Law School, Malibu, California. March 12, 2015. With Chief Judge Patricia Campbell-Smith, U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

    • “Recent Developments in Constitutional Law.” American Bar Association Annual Administrative Law Conference, Washington, D.C. October 17, 2014.

    • “Recent Developments in Constitutional Law.” American Bar Association Annual Administrative Law Conference, Washington, D.C. October 17, 2014.

    • “The Future and Federal Administrative Law.” Oregon State Bar Northwest Administrative Law Institute, Vancouver, Washington. September 19, 2014.

    • “The Future and Federal Administrative Law.” Oregon State Bar Northwest Administrative Law Institute, Vancouver, Washington. September 19, 2014.

    • “David and Goliath—Taking on OIRA.” Environmental Law Without Congress conference, Florida State University. February 2013.

    Publications

    • “OMB Leveraging the CRA to Add to Its Oversight of Independent Regulatory Agencies.” Yale Journal on Regulation Blog. Yale Journal on Regulation and the ABA Section of Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice, New Haven, CT. April 18, 2019. 

    • “OMB Leveraging the CRA to Add to Its Oversight of Independent Regulatory Agencies.” CPR Blog. Center for Progressive Reform, Washington DC. April 16, 2019. 

    • “Fallout from Lucia – Radioactive?” Yale Journal on Regulation, October 24, 2018. 

    • Administrative Procedure and Practice . Sixth edition. West Academic (July 19, 2018).

    • “Trump’s Politicization of the Administrative Judiciary.” American Constitution Society blog (July 19, 2018).

    • “The Attack on Administrative Regulation.” [Article], Vermont Law Review, Vol. 42, No. 3  (March 21, 2018)

    • “Constitutional Law and Separation of Powers.” Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2017, ABA Press (August 2017).

    • “Requiring Formal Rulemaking Is a Thinly Veiled Attempt to Halt Regulation.” The Regulatory Review, University of Pennsylvania Law School (May 18, 2017).

    • “Slip Slidin’ Away: The Erosion of APA Adjudication.” Penn State Law Review, vol. 122 (forthcoming September 13, 2017).

    • “Factoids, Alternative Facts, and the Truth.” Jotwell.com (forthcoming April 27, 2017). 

    • Final Agency Action After Hawkes.” NYU Journal of Law & Liberty, vol. 11, issue 1 (forthcoming May 15, 2017).

    • “Constitutional Law and Separation of Powers.” Developments in Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice 2015. ABA Press (2016).

    • Federal Administrative Procedure Sourcebook (editor). Fifth edition. ABA Publications (2016). With Jeffrey Lubbers.

    • Response to Choosing a Court to Review the Executive.” Administrative Law Review Accord, vol. 67, 88, American University Washington College of Law (January 14, 2016).

    • “Standing” and “Agency Oversight by the Political Branches.” A Guide to Judicial and Political Review of Federal Agencies. Second edition. ABA Press (June 2015).

    • “David and Goliath—Taking on OIRA.” 30 Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law (Fall 2014), Florida State University School of Law.

    • On Kathryn Kovacs’ article “Superstatute Theory and Administrative Common Law.” Jotwell’s Administrative Law blog.

    • Column on recent articles of interest, Administrative and Regulatory Law News (quarterly). American Bar Association.

    • Teachers Manual for American Constitutional Law. West Academic, (2014).

    • Teachers Manual for Administrative Procedure and Practice. West Academic, fifth edition, (2014). With Sidney Shapiro and Russell Weaver.

    • Introduction to American Constitutional Law. West Academic, (2014).

    • Administrative Procedure and Practice. West Academic, fifth edition, (2014). With Sidney Shapiro and Russell Weaver.

    • “Drones, Due Process, and the Fourth Amendment.” 22 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. 311, (2013).

  • Meg Garvin

    Appointments and Service

    • Member of the Federal Sentencing Commission’s Victim Advisory Group, which is charged with making recommendations regarding federal sentencing guidelines. Appointed August 18, 2014.

    Awards and Honors

    • Recipient of the John W. Gillis Leadership Award, presented by the national organization Parents of Murdered Children. August 1, 2015.

    Presentations

    • On the state of crime victims’ rights in the military in the context of sexual assault, and on how the military’s special victims’ council program is performing. Judicial Proceedings Panel on Sexual Assault in the Military, Washington, D.C. November 14, 2014.

  • Tomas Gomez-Arostegui

    Awards and Honors

    • Winner of the American Society for Legal History’s 2015 Sutherland Prize for his article “Copyright at Common Law in 1774,” 47 Connecticut Law Review (2014). November 1, 2015.

    Presentations

    • “Copyright at Common Law in 1774.” Intellectual property colloquium, Stanford Law School.

    • “Copyright at Common Law Before 1710.” Legal history workshop, the faculties of law and history, University of Cambridge.

    • A paper on financial remedies in intellectual property cases. University of Cambridge conference. 

    Publications

    • “Copyright at Common Law in 1774.” 47 Connecticut Law Review __ , (forthcoming 2014).

    • “What History Teaches Us About U.S. Copyright Law and Statutory Damages.” 5 WIPO Journal 76, (2013).

  • John Grant

    Publications

    • Pronounced for Doom: Early Scots Law Tales (editor). Avizandum (2013). With Elaine E. Sutherland.

    • “The Lockerbie Trial: Was It Independent, Dignified, and Scrupulously Fair?” 20 (4) Juridica 257, (2013).

    • “Deacon William Brodie.” Pronounced for Doom: Early Scots Law Tales, Avizandum, (2013).

  • Kathy Hessler

    Awards and Honors

    • Recipient of the Stiftung für das Tier im Recht (TIR) International Animal Law Award for work in animal law education, scholarship, conferences, competition, legal development, and student mentoring. March 15, 2015. With Natasha Dolezal, director of the Animal Law LL.M. Degree Program; Pamela Frasch, assistant dean of the Animal Law Program and executive director of the Center for Animal Law Studies; and Lindsay Kadish, director of operations for the Center for Animal Law Studies.

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • Animal Law, Regulation and Policy Involving Animal Research (Lecture). Animals in Research Breakfast, Chicago, IL. October 13, 2018. 

    • Animal Law Overview (Lecture). Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR. September 13, 2018. 

    • Legal Considerations for Animal Activists and Protesters (Lecture). National Animal Rights Day, Portland, OR. June 3, 2019. 

    • Overview of Aquatic Animal Law (Lecture). 2019 Animal Law Institute, Animal Law Section State Bar of Texas, Austin, TX. April 26, 2019. 

    • The Role of Aquatic Animals in Animal Agriculture (Lecture). 2019 Animal Law Institute, Animal Law Section State Bar of Texas, Austin, TX. April 26, 2019. 

    • Curriculum Planning (Lecture). Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR. April 3, 2019. 

    • Aquatic Animals, Using the Law to See and Protect Them (Lecture). Captivity: A Multidisciplinary Approach at University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI. March 28, 2019. 

    • Laboratory Animal Law Guide (Presentation to stakeholders). Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD. March 26, 2019. With Tess Vickery and Frances Chrzan.

    • Introduction, Overview and Welcome. Cycles of Violence: Examining the Relationship Between Human and Nonhuman Animal Oppression and Exploitation, Animal Law Symposium at Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR. March 15, 2019. 

    • Conflict Resolution and Animal Law (Lecture). Public Interest Environmental Law Conference at University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. March 2, 2019. 

    • Other Types of Intensive Farming (Lecture). 26th Annual Animal Law Conference in Chicago, IL. October 14, 2018. 

    • Animal Law - New Perspectives on Teaching Traditional Law (Webinar). Hosted online by Animal Legal Defense Fund. September 28, 2018. With Joyce Tischler and Pam Hart. 

    • The Justice Case (Lecture). Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, OR. September 26, 2018. 

    • Animal Law Clinic (Panel). Overview of CALS Work at Animal Legal Defense Fund, Portland, OR. August 22, 2018. 

    • Professionalism (panel). Professionalism for the Summer Institute, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. August 1, 2018.

    • “Animal Custody.” Fifth Annual Oxford Animal Ethics Summer School, Oxford, England. July 25, 2018.

    • “Animal Sanctuaries.” Fifth Annual Oxford Animal Ethics Summer School, Oxford, England. July 23, 2018.

    • “Desmond’s Law: Protecting Animals as Crime Victims.” 2018 Crime Victim Law Conference, Portland, Oregon. June 14, 2018.

    • “Desmond’s Law: Protecting Animals as Crime Victims.” Fifth Annual Oxford Animal Ethics Summer School, Oxford, England. July 24, 2018.

    • “Curriculum Planning and Advising.” Curriculum Planning and Advising, Student Animal Legal Defense Fund, Portland, Oregon. April 12, 2018.

    • “Aquatic Animals in Agriculture.” Fourth Annual Food Law Symposium, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. March 23, 2018.

    • “Food and Health: Animal Agriculture and Regulation.” Seventh Annual Animal Law ReviewSymposium, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland Oregon. March 16, 2018.

    • “Animals in Research: Science, Ethics, Public Policy, and the Law.” Minding Animals 4, Mexico City, Mexico, January 23, 2018.

    • Aquatic Animals and U.S. Law (panel). Minding Animals 4, Mexico City, Mexico, January 22, 2018. With Jonathan Balcombe, Camila Cassio, and Rebecca Jenkins.

    • “Aquatic Animals: Using the Law to See and Protect Them.” Louisiana State Bar Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. December 15, 2017.

    • “Animals: Understanding, Using, and Protecting Them.” German Literature in Translation, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon. November 15, 2017.

    • “Animals in Entertainment.” Animal Grantmakers Conference, Portland, Oregon. October 16, 2017.  

    • “Aquatic Animals in Agriculture,” 25th Annual Animal Law Conference, Portland, Oregon. October 15, 2017.

    • “Animal Law Careers.” Animal Legal Defense Fund Student Convention, Portland, Oregon. October 13, 2017.

    Publications

    • Animal Law—New Perspectives on Teaching Traditional Law  (December 29, 2017).

    • “Cruelty to Human and Nonhuman Animals in the Wild Caught Fishing Industry.” Sustainable Development Law and Policy Brief, vol. 18, no. 1, 30-38, American University (December 29, 2017). With Rebecca Jenkins and Kelly Levenda.

    • “Cruelty to Human and Nonhuman Animals in the Wild Caught Fishing Industry.” Sustainable Development Law and Policy, American University (August 2017). With Kelly Levenda and Rebecca Jenkins.

    • Animal Law–New Perspectives on Teaching Traditional Law. Carolina Academic Press (2017). With Joyce Tischler, Pamela Hart, and Sonia Waisman.

    • Animal Law in a Nutshell. Second edition. West Publishing (forthcoming 2016). With Assistant Dean Pamela D. Frasch and Sonia S. Waisman.

    • “The Role of the Animal Law Clinic.” 61 Revista Brasileira de Direito Animal (Portuguese translation), Vol 8, Número 14 (2013).

    • “The Legal Framework of Animal Testing: Challenges and Opportunities.” 54 S. Tex. L. Rev. 587, (2013).

  • James Huffman

    Appointments and Service

    • Appointed by President Obama and confirmed by the U.S. Senate for a six-year term on the board of trustees for the Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation. Tucson, Arizona. February 1, 2015.

    Presentations

    • Climate Change and the Public Trust Doctrine (Panel). Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention. Washington, D.C. November 17, 2018. 

  • Steve Johansen

    Appointments and Service

    • Cochair of the National Legal Writing Institute’s Biennial Conference Site Committee. Portland, Oregon. July 1, 2014-July 16, 2016.

    • Coach for the Wood Middle School “We the People” Constitution Team, which placed second in the national middle school competition in Washington, D.C

    • Member of the board of directors for the Classroom Law Project.

    Presentations

    • Art-iculating the Analysis: Using Visuals in Legal Reasoning. Biennial International Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2014.

    • “1000 Words: Images as Legal Reasoning.” Clinical Theory Workshop, New York Law School. 2014.

  • Craig Johnston

    Appointments and Service

    • Judicially appointed expert witness in a federal district court case in Ohio involving the City of Akron’s combined-sewer overflows.

    Publications

    • Law professors’ brief in a major case in the Third Circuit involving the legality of EPA’s total maximum daily load (TMDL) program under the Clean Water Act. With Clinical Professor Allison LaPlante.

  • Jeffrey Jones

    Presentations

    • “2014 Affirmative Action Update.” Oregon State Bar Government Lawyers Section Annual Seminar, Lincoln City, Oregon. February 2014. With Brandon Kline ’15 and Rudolph Jeffries ’15.

    • “The Religious Freedom, Establishment, Regulation, Tolerance, and Accommodation: Meeting the New Challenges of Religion.” Education Law Association. November 2013. With Paula Barran.

    • “Virtual Whistleblowing: These Class Clowns Aren’t That Funny.” Barran Liebman Annual Labor and Employment Law Seminar, Portland, Oregon. September 2013.

    Publications

    • “The Proactive Approach to Title IX Retaliation Claims.” Oregon State Bar Civil Rights Newsletter, (2013).

    • “Off-Campus Harassment: Identifying the Geographical Reach of Title IX Compliance.” URMIA Journal, (2013). With Paula Barran.

  • Aliza Kaplan

    Appointments and Service

    • Organizer for the conference Bringing Outside In: Social Justice Collaborations in the Legal Writing Curriculum. Drexel University School of Law. June 2014.

    • Cofounder of the Oregon Innocence Project (OIP), which launched in April 2014 and began accepting cases in June 2014.

    • Organizer for the National Innocence Network Conference. Portland, Oregon. April 2014.

    Awards and Honors

    • Named 2015 recipient of the Leo Levenson Award for Excellence in Teaching by the graduating class of Lewis & Clark Law School. May 2015.

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • Criminal Justice Reform Clinic’s Youth Legal Clinic at OYA (Panel). Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyer’s Juvenile Justice Conference. Newport, Oregon. April 12, 2019. With Anjana Kumar and Mieke de Vrind (3Ls). 

    • Junk Science: The Lag Between Science and the Law, and What to Do About It (Lecture). NACDL Annual Forensics Seminar, Making Sense of Science: Forensic Science & the Law. Portland, OR, April 6, 2019. With Janis Puracal.

    • Testimony to Senate Judiciary Committee SB 1013 at the Hearing on SB 1013. Salem, OR. April 2, 2019. 

    • Testimony Oregon Senate Judiciary Committee on Pardon Bill. Senate Judiciary Committee SB 388, Salem, OR. February 2, 2019. 

    • Unwanted Patients: Investigating Hospitals Reliance on Arrests (conference). NW Law & Mental Health Conference, Portland, OR. February 8, 2019. With Sarah Radcliffe. 
    • Clinical Education/Pedagogy and the Impact on Criminal Justice Reform (panel). Criminal Justice Reform, Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Louisiana State University Law Clinics, Baton Rouge, LA. February 1, 2019. 

    • Intro to Reentry. OWLS Community Service Committee CLE. Portland, Oregon. December 4, 2018. with Nikki Thompson.

    • Reentry and Collateral Consequences in Oregon. Workgroup on Reentry, Employment and Housing. Salem, OR. August 23, 2018. With Stacie Damazo. 

    • Lecture, “Reentry and Collateral Consequences in Oregon,” Workgroup on Reentry, Employment and Housing, co-presented with Stacie Damazo, State Capitol, 8/23/2018

    • Commencement address. Catlin Gabel School, Portland, Oregon. June 16, 2018.

    • “Nonunanimous Juries In Oregon.” Willamette Valley American Inn of Court, Chemeketa Community College, Oregon. April 19, 2018.

    • Interviewed by Brian Wood for “Prosecutors Drop Ballot Initiative to Require Unanimous Juries.” KATU, 02/01/2018.

    • Interviewed by Shane Kavanaugh for “Oregon District Attorneys Abandon Plan to Repeal Unusual Non-Unanimous Jury System.” Oregonian, 01/31/2018.

    • “Oregon’s Nonunanimous Jury Rule: A Relic of Our Discriminatory Past.” Overview of Nonunanimous Juries, Oregon House and Senate Judiciary Committee. November 15, 2017.

    • “Nonunanimous Juries in Oregon.” Eastside Democratic Club Monthly Meeting, Portland, Oregon. November 7, 2017.

    • Police Peace PDX: A Community Conversation (panel). The Center, Portland, Oregon. May 16, 2017.

    • “Overturning Apodaca v. Oregon Should Be Easy.” Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association Winter Conference, Portland, Oregon. December 2, 2016.

    • Making a Murderer’s Dean Strang and Jerry Buting: A Conversation on Justice” (interview). Newmark Theater, Portland, Oregon. June 19, 2016.

    • ACS Oregon Lawyer Chapter: The Future of the Death Penalty (panel). University of Oregon School of Law, Portland, Oregon. December 8, 2015. With Carrie Leonetti and C. Renée Manes.

    • Testimony on amending Post Conviction DNA Testing Law. Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing, Salem, Oregon. June 1, 2015.

    • Testimony on amending Post Conviction DNA Testing Law. House Judiciary Committee Hearing, Salem, Oregon. March 25, 2015.

    • On the Oregon Innocence Project. Washington County Public Affairs Forum, Aloha, Oregon. February 9, 2015. With Steve Wax, legal director of the Oregon Innocence Project.

    • “Eyewitness Identification: What’s New in the Law.” Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Eugene, Oregon. December 14, 2014.

    • “Wrongful Convictions: A Community Problem Needs a Community Solution.” Oregon District Attorney Association Winter Conference, Salishan, Oregon. December 4, 2014. With Steve Wax, legal director of the Oregon Innocence Project.

    • “First-Year Collaborations.” Bringing Outside In: Social Justice Collaborations in the Legal Writing Curriculum, Drexel University School of Law. June 2014.

    • “Student Involvement in Innocence Projects.” Engaging in Resistance, Lewis & Clark, Portland, Oregon. April 2014.

    • “Wrongful Convictions and the Oregon Innocence Project.” Multnomah Bar Association Partner Round Table, Portland, Oregon. April 2014.

    • “30 Years After Conviction and 10 Years After Exoneration.” Boston College Law School. March 2014.

    Publications

    • “Opinion: Governor Should Help End Mass Incarceration With Clemency Power.” The Oregonian, February 1, 2019. With Venetia Mayhew. 

    • “It’s Not a Match: Why the Law Can’t Let Go of Junk Science.” Albany Law Review,Vol 81, No.3 (August 1, 2018).

    • Non-Unanimous Jury Law in Oregon.” Oregon Encyclopedia (January 20, 2018). 

    • The Death Penalty Is Getting More and More Expensive. Is It Worth It?The Conversation, March 30, 2017. With Peter Collins.

    • Oregon’s Death Penalty: A Cost Analysis.” Lewis & Clark Law School/Seattle University (November 16, 2016). With Peter A. Collins and Venetia Mayhew JD ’17.

    • “Overturning Apodaca v. Oregon Should Be Easy: Non-Unanimous Jury Verdicts in Criminal Cases Undermines the Credibility of the Justice System.” Oregon Law Review, vol. 95, issue 2 (forthcoming 2017). With Amy Saack.

    • “Who Can It Be Now? Challenging Reliability of First Time In-Court Identifications After State v. Henderson and State v. Lawson.” Northwestern’s Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology (forthcoming May 31, 2016). With Janis Puracal.

    • “Contemporary Perspectives on Wrongful Conviction: An Introduction to the 2015 Innocence Network Conference, Orlando, Florida.” 3 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 179 (Fall 2015). With Valena Beety and Robert Schehr.

    • Changes Would Improve Witness IDs.” Portland Tribune, August 11, 2015

  • Robert Klonoff

    Appointments and Service

    • Member of the Practitioners’ Reading Group for the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary evaluation of the professional qualifications of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Judge Merrick Garland. 2016.

    • Judge for the final rounds of the Classroom Law Project’s We the People competition. Portland, Oregon. January 16, 2016.

    • Voting member of the Federal Civil Rules Advisory Committee. Appointed to second term May 2014.

    Awards and Honors

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • Forthcoming Changes to the Federal Rule Governing Class Actions (web conference). American Bar Association. November 27, 2018. 

    • Forthcoming Changes to the Federal Rule Governing Class Actions. American Bar Association’s Class Action Institute, Chicago, Illinois. October 18, 2018. 

    • Federal Multidistrict Litigation (conference). New York University School of Law, NYC, New York. October 12, 2018. 

    • On environmental class actions. University of Bologna School of Law, Ravenna, Italy. July 2018.

    • On class actions. Freie University Faculty of Law, Berlin, Germany. June 26, 2018.

    • Introduction to United States Law (course). Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia. April 2018.

    • Panel, “Posner on Class Actions,” co-hosted with John C. Coffee Jr., CLE Conference, Columbia University, New York City, New York, 03/02/18.

    • Civil Discovery (panel). Vanderbilt University School of Law, Nashville, Tennessee. October 13, 2017.

    • “Current State of Class Actions.” Rule 23@50, New York University, New York. December 2, 2016.

    • U.S. Class Actions (course). Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. January 4, 2017.

    • “Comparison of U.S. and Israeli Class Actions.” 50th Anniversary of U.S. Class Actions, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. January 4, 2017. With Alon Klement.

    • Testified as an expert witness in a class settlement in the BP oil spill litigation, judge cited testimony in written opinion, 02/15/2017

    • Duke University Law School Conference on Class Action Settlements (panel). San Diego California. October 6, 2016.

    • Class Actions (panel). American Bar Association Class Action Institute, Las Vegas, Nevada. October 20, 2016.

    • “Class Actions.” National Legal Aid Defender Association National Farmworker Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana. November 10, 2016.

    • Class Actions (panel). Appellate Judges Education Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. November 11, 2016.

    • Class Actions (panel). New York University Law School Conference on Rule 23@50, New York, New York. December 2, 2016.

    • Rules Committee: Possible Class Action Rule Changes (panel). Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, New York City, New York. January 8, 2016.

    • Cutting-Edge Class Action Issues (two panels). PILP CLE, Portland, Oregon. February 16, 2016.

    • Introduction to U.S. Law (course). Bahçeşehir University, Istanbul, Turkey. December 21, 2015.

    • On class action rulemaking (panel). American Association for Justice, Montreal, Canada. July 12, 2015.

    • On class action rulemaking (panel). Duke University Civil Procedure Conference, Washington, D.C. July 23, 2015.

    • On class action possible rulemaking (panel). Class action symposium, Washington, D.C. July 24, 2015.

    • “Class Actions in the Year 2025.” Emory Law School Pound Symposium, Atlanta, Georgia. October 15, 2015.

    • On class actions (panel). Seattle University Young Civil Procedure Scholar Workshop, Seattle, Washington. July 17, 2015.

    • “Comparative Class Actions.” International Association of Procedural Law, Istanbul, Turkey. May 28, 2015.

    • Class Action Subcommittee of the Civil Rules Advisory Committee (panel). American Law Institute annual meeting. May 2015.

    • On ethical issues in class actions (panel). American Law Institute annual meeting. May 2015.

    • On class action topics. George Washington University, Washington, D.C. April 2015.

    • On class action issues in a major consumer class action involving Intel Corporation (testimony).

    Publications

    • “Class Actions in the U.S. and Israel: A Comparative Approach.” 19 Theoretical Inquiries in the Law151 (2018).

    • “Class Actions in the Year 2025: A Prognosis.” Emory Law Journal, vol. 65, issue 6, 1569 (2016).

    • The Remedy for Election Fraud Is a New Election.” Law360 (July 20, 2017).

    • “Class Actions Part II: A Respite From the Decline.” New York University Law Review, vol. 92, no. 6, 971 (2017).

    • Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litigation: Cases and Materials. Fourth edition. West (2017).

    • Federal Appellate Practice in a Nutshell. Second edition. West (2017). With Greg Castanias.

    • Class Actions and Other Multi-Party Litigation in a Nutshell. Fifth edition. West (2017).

    • Introduction to the Study of U.S. Law. West Academic Publishing (May 3, 2016). 736 pages.

    • Class Actions in the Year 2025: A Prognosis.” Emory Law Journal, vol. 65, issue 6 (forthcoming March 2016).

    • “Why Most Nations Do Not Have U.S.-Style Class Actions.” Bloomberg BNA Class Action Litigation Report, Vol. 16, No. 10, May 22, 2015.

    • The Decline of Class Actions.” Washington University Law Review, Vol. 9, Iss. 3, 2013.

  • Allison LaPlante

    Publications

    • “On Judicial Review Under the Clean Water Act in the Wake of Decker v. Northwest Environmental Defense Center: What We Now Know and What We Have Yet to Find Out.” 43 Environmental Law 767 (2014). With Lia Comerford ’13.

  • Lydia Loren

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • Simple Questions and the Complicated Answers of the Music Modernization Act. Internet Law Scholars Works-in-Progress. Santa Clara Law School. March 2, 2019. 

    • Copyright’s Excess as Reflected in the Music Modernization Act. Copyright’s Excess Roundtable. University of Notre Dame Law School. October 26, 2018. 

    • “Art and the Law.” University Club, Portland, Oregon. June 5, 2018.

    • “Beware of the Art: Property Owner Obligations Under the Visual Artists Rights Act.” Oregon State Bar Real Estate and Land Use Section Fall Luncheon, Portland, Oregon. November 1, 2017.

    • Copyright, patent, trademark, and trade secret issues (roundtable). Seventh Annual IP Scholars’ Roundtable, Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property University of New Hampshire School of Law. October 6, 2017.

    • “Commercial Discrimination in Art Law.” Pacific Intellectual Property Scholars (PIPS) Conference IV, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. September 30, 2017.

    • Copyright Basics for Creatives (workshop). Oregon Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Monday Workshop Series, IPRC, Portland, Oregon. September 11, 2017.

    • The ALI Restatement of Copyright Law—How Is It Being Made (CLE). Oregon State Bar Intellectual Property Section Luncheon, Portland, Oregon. September 6, 2017.

    • “Fixation as Notice.” Notice and Notice Failure in IP Law, Boston University School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts. September 26, 2015.

    • Free to Use (panel). Mythos Challenge Workshop, Portland Art Museum. March 19, 2015.

    • “Fair Use: An Affirmative Defense?” Campbell at 21, University of Washington Law School. April 17, 2015.

    • Restatement of the Law, Copyright (panel). American Law Institute Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. May 25, 2015.

    • “Digital Publishing in the Law School Casebook Market.” Concepts in Digital Publishing, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. November 10, 2014.

    • The Eureka Myth: Creators, Innovators, and Everyday Intellectual Property.”  Notre Dame Law School, Notre Dame, Indiana. November 7, 2014.

    • “The Shifting Landscape of Music Licensing.” ReCalibrating Copyright: Continuity, Contemporary Culture, and Change, University of Houston. May 2014.

    • “The New Age of New Media Music Licensing.” Leveraging Creativity: Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Intellectual Property Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law. May 2014.

    • Music Industry Specific Reforms (panel). The Next Great Copyright Act, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, California. April 2014.

    • “Copyright Litigation Reform Through the Plausibility Standard for Pleadings.” Works-in-Progress in Intellectual Property, Santa Clara University Law School. February 2014.

    Publications

    • “Proving Infringement: Burdens of Proof in Copyright Infringement Litigation.” Lewis & Clark Law Review, vol. 23. (2019). With R. Anthony Reese

    • Copyright in a Global Information Economy - 2018 Supplement with Julie Cohen, Ruth Okediji, and Maureen O’Rouke, Wolters Kluwer, 07/13/2018.

    • Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials . Sixth edition. Semaphore Press (July 1, 2018). With Joseph Miller.

    • Copyright in a Global Information Economy—2018 Supplement. Wolters Kluwer, (July 13, 2018). With Julie Cohen, Ruth Okediji, and Maureen O’Rouke.

    • Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials. Sixth Edition, Semaphore Press. July 1, 2017. Co-author Joseph Miller.

    • “What Did I Just Buy?” (review of The End of Ownership: Personal Property in the Digital Economyby Aaron Perzanowski and Jason Schultz). Issues in Science and Technology, p. 91 (January 15, 2018).

    • “Why Is an Author Able to Terminate a Transfer of Copyright?” Authors Alliance(October 17, 2017).

    • Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials. Fifth edition/Version 5.0. Semaphore Press (July 1, 2017). With Joseph Scott Miller.

    • Intellectual Property Law: Cases and Materials. Version 4.0. Semaphore Press (July 1 2015). With Joseph Scott Miller.

    • “The Idea of the Casebook: Pedagogy, Prestige, and Trusty Platforms.” Washington Journal of Law, Technology, and the Arts (July 1, 2015). With Joseph Scott Miller.

    • “Fair Use: An Affirmative Defense?” 90 Washington Law Review 653 (June 30, 2015)

    • Copyright in a Global Information Economy. Fourth edition. Aspen (2015). With Julie Cohen, Ruth Okediji, and Maureen O’Rourke.

    • The Idea of the Casebook: Pedagogy, Prestige, and Trusty Platforms.” Washington Journal of Law, Technology, and the Arts, Vol. 12, forthcoming 2015. With Joe Miller.

    • The Viability of the $30 Casebook: Intellectual Property, Voluntary Payment, Open Distribution, and Author Incentives.” Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 22, fall 2014 and April 13, 2015.

    • The Dual Narratives in the Landscape of Music Copyright.” Houston Law Review, Vol. 52, No. 2, 2014.

    • “The Viability of the $30 Casebook: Intellectual Property, Voluntary Payment, Open Distribution, and Author Incentives.” 21 Journal of Intellectual Property Law __ (forthcoming 2014).

    • “The Dual Narratives in the Landscape of Music Copyright.” 52 Houston L. Rev. (2014).

  • Susan Mandiberg

    Presentations

    • “Alcohol- and Drug-Free Housing: A Key Strategy in Breaking the Cycle of Addiction and Recidivism.” The Long Overdue Reform of California’s Sentencing Practice and Policy, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento, California. November 7, 2014. With Richard L. Harris, MSW.

    • El Acatamiento del Derecho Ambiental en los Estados Unidos (Enforcement of Environmental Law in the United States) (course). Universidad Sergio Arboleda, Bogotá, Colombia. October 17-18, 2014.

  • Jim Oleske

    Appointments and Service

    • Organizer of the Lewis & Clark Law Review’s 2017 Paper Symposium, Law and Religion in an Increasingly Polarized America.

    Awards and Honors

    • Named a  2018–2019 Fulbright scholar.

    • Named 2014 recipient of the Leo Levenson Award for Excellence in Teaching by the graduating class of Lewis & Clark Law School.

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • Lecture, “The Second-Amendment Debate: Original Meaning, Modern-Day Implications,” Lake Oswego Public Library, Lake Oswego, OR, July 10, 2018. 

    • “Same-Sex Marriage, Religious Liberty, and the Legal Landscape After Obergefell v. Hodges.” Washington State Courts Annual Conference. September 12, 2016.

    • “Animal Law and Free Exercise Rights.” Animal Law Conference, New York City, New York. October 2016.

    • Obamacare, Religious Liberty, and Executive Power (debate). Lewis & Clark Chapter of the Federalist Society. November 10, 2016. With Josh Blackman.

    • Gun Safety: Responsible Use, Responsible Policy (panel). League of Women Voters of Portland. March 14, 2017.

    • “Sanctuary” Jurisdictions in the Trump Era (panel). Oregon Lawyer Chapter of the American Constitution Society. March 17, 2017.

    • Civil Rights and Religious Liberty (panel). Washington State Attorney General’s Attorney Conference, Lakewood, Washington. October 14, 2015. With Alan Copsey, David DeWolf, and Noah Purcell.

    • “State Inaction, Equal Protection, and Religious Resistance to LGBT Rights.” Fifth Annual Law and Religion Roundtable, Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri. June 2014.

    • On the Hobby Lobby case. Oregon Lawyers Chapter of the American Constitution Society. 2014.

    • On the Hobby Lobby case. The Center for Religion, Law, and Democracy at Willamette University. 2014. 

    Publications

  • Samir Parikh

    Awards and Honors

    • Requested by Bloomberg Law to create and populate an Innovation Board comprised of leading bankruptcy attorneys from law firms, academia, and the judiciary who will help guide the evolution of the Bloomberg Law Bankruptcy Treatise. October 2019. 

    • University of Oxford, Faculty of Law. Invited to be a Visiting Professor of Law at Oxford University. October, 2018. 

    • Promoted to Editor-in-Chief of Bloomberg Law’s Bankruptcy Treatise - one of the foremost publications used by financial restructuring practitioners and researchers - by Bloomberg Law, July 2, 2018. 

    Publications

    • Examples & Explanations (Bankruptcy and Debtor/Creditor). Seventh edition. Wolters Kluwer (April 18, 2018). With Samir Parikh.

    • “A New Fulcrum Point for City Survival.” 57 William & Mary Law Review __ (forthcoming November 2015).

    • “Modern Forum Shopping in Bankruptcy.” 46 Conn. L. Rev. 159 (2013).

  • John Parry

    Appointments and Service

    • Member of the committee for editing and revising the American Society of International Law’s Benchbook on International Law. Chicago, Illinois. November 7-8, 2014.

    Media Appearances

    Publications

    • “Review of Bringing International Fugitives to Justice: Extradition and Its Alternatives.” Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books: Rutgers Law School, NJ. March 2019. 

    • Summary Judgment: Federal Law and Practice, 2019 ed. West Publishing (2018). With Edward Brunet; Martin H. Redish. 

    • “Review of Manfred Nowak, Torture: An Expert’s Confrontation with an Everyday Evil.” (Reviewer) Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, Rutgers Law School, New Jersey (2018). With Manfred Nowak. 

    • “Summary Judgment: Federal Law and Practice, 2018 ed.,” Treatise, December 29, 2017. 

    • “States of Torture: Debating the Future of Coercive Interrogation,” Law Review Article, October 31, 2017. 

    • Summary Judgment: Federal Law and Practice 2017. West (December 30, 2016). With Professor Emeritus Edward Brunet and Martin Redish.

    • Treaties in Constitutional Time.” Symposium: The Death of Treaty Supremacy—An Invisible Constitutional Change, Opinio Juris (February 15, 2017).

    • Review of Liberal Democracies and the Torture of Their Citizens by Cynthis Banham. Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books, Rutgers School of Law (July 30, 2017).

    • “Review of Cynthia Banham, Liberal Democracies and the Torture of Their Citizens,” Book Review, July 31, 2017. 

    • Review of Secrecy, National Security and the Vindication of Constitutional Law (David Cole, Federico Fabbrini, and Arianna Vedaschi, editors), Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Books (May 2014).

    • “What Is the Grotian Tradition in International Law?” 35 Univ. of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law 299-377 (2014).

    • Summary Judgment: Federal Law and Practice. West (2014). With Professor Edward J. Brunet and Martin H. Redish.

    • Review of Non-Legality in International Law: Unruly LawLaw & Society Review (forthcoming 2014).

    • Criminal Law: Cases, Statutes, and Lawyering Strategies. LexisNexis, third edition (2013). With David Crump, Neil P. Cohen, and Penelope Pether.

    • The Constitution and the Future of Criminal Justice in America (edited). Cambridge University Press (2013). With L. Song Richardson.

  • Sandy Patrick

    Appointments and Service

    • Cochair of the National Legal Writing Institute’s Biennial Conference Site Committee. Portland, Oregon. July 1, 2014-July 16, 2016.

    Presentations

    • Emerging Trends in Academic Support and Bar Preparation for Students (panel). Northwest Regional Legal Writing and Leadership Conference, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene, Oregon. April 25, 2015.

    Publications

    • Modern Legal Scholarship: The Diverse World of Academic and Professional Writing with Christine Coughlin, Elizabeth Johnson, and Matthew Houston, Carolina Academic Press, 11/01/2018

    • A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis, 3rd edition with Christine Coughlin and Joan Rocklin, Carolina Academic Press, 07/01/2018.

    • An Advocate Persuades. Carolina Academic Press (forthcoming August 2015). With Joan Rocklin, Robert Rocklin, and Christine Nero Coughlin.

    • A Lawyer Writes: A Practical Guide to Legal Analysis. Carolina Academic Press, second edition (2013). With Christine Nero Coughlin and Joan Rocklin.

  • Melissa Powers

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • “Understanding the U.S. Legal System.” Northwest University, Potchefstroom, South Africa. October 2014.

    • “The Great Beyond: The ‘Beyond Coal’ Campaign and Transformation of the U.S. Electricity System.” Environmental Law Association, Johannesburg, South Africa. October 2014.

    • “The Transformation of the U.S. Electricity System.” University of Copenhagen, Denmark. October 2014.

    • “Renewable Energy Policy in Denmark: Lessons for Europe and the United States.” Fulbright Annual Meeting, U.S. Embassy in Brussels, Belgium. February 2015.

    • “Is That All There Is? The Surprising Value of Unenforceable Local Climate Action Plans.” Sustainability Conference of American Legal Educators, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. May 2015

    • “The Electricity Transition: What the United States and European Union Can Teach Each Other.” Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain. March 2015.

    Publications

    • “The Risks of Opting Out of the Clean Power Plan for Western States.” Transmission and Transport of Energy in the Western U.S. and Canada: A Law and Policy Road Map, 52 Idaho L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2015).

    • “Lessons From U.S. Biofuels Policy: The Renewable Fuels Standard’s Rocky Ride.” The Law and Policy of Biofuels (forthcoming 2015).

    • Wind Law. Lexis (forthcoming 2015).

    • “Is That All There Is? The Surprising Value of Unenforceable Local Climate Action Plans.” Rethinking Sustainable Development to Meet the Climate Change Challenge. ELI Press (2015). With Keith Hirokawa and Jessica Owley.

    • “Energy Insecurity in an Era of Fossil Fuel Abundance: The United States Experience With Hydraulic Fracturing for Unconventional Gas.” Oliver C. Ruppel and Bernd Althusmann, editors. Macmillan Education Namibia (forthcoming 2015).

    • “Facilitating the U.S. Renewable Transition: From Ad Hoc Integration to Comprehensive Reform.” IUCN Academy of Environmental Law eJournal, Issue 6, June 2015.

    • “Sustainable Energy Subsidies.” 43 Environmental Law 211 (2013).

    • “Citizen Suits in U.S. Environmental Law: An Overview and Assessment.” 11 Envt’l L. & Pol’y 125 (Korean translation) (2013).

    • Climate Change and the Law. Matthew Bender and Company, second edition (2013). With Professor Chris Wold ’90 and David Hunter.

  • Daniel Rohlf

    Presentations

    • Comparative Environmental Law (course). Kangwon National University Law School, Chuncheon, South Korea. Spring 2014.

    • Wildlife Law (course). Colloquium on conservation-reliant species. University of Hawaii’s Richardson School of Law, Honolulu, Hawaii.

    • A talk on conflicts between renewable energy development and biodiversity conservation. Energy law conference, Kanwon National Law School, Chuncheon, South Korea.

    Publications

    • “The Endangered Species Act at 40: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” 20 Animal Law 251 (2014).

    • “Conservation-Reliant Species: Toward a Biology-Based Definition.” 64 BioScience 601 (2014). With Carlos Carroll and Brett Hartl J.D. ’10.

    • “Connectivity Conservation and Endangered Species Recovery: A Study in the Challenges of Defining Conservation-Reliant Species.” Conservation Letters (forthcoming 2014). With Carlos Carroll and Brett Hartl J.D. ’10.

  • Janet Steverson

    Presentations

    • The School-to-Prison Pipeline: Legislative and Other Solutions (panel). The Present and Future of Civil Rights Movements: Race and Reform in 21st Century America, Duke Law School, Durham, North Carolina. November 21, 2015.

    • “The Path Forward From Shelby County v. Holder.” The End of Voting Rights, Touro Law Center, Long Island, New York. March 20, 2014.

    • School-to-Prison Pipeline—An Oregon Case Study (panel). Lassiter Conference, Freedom From Fear: On Black Childhood and Other Dangers, Lexington, Kentucky. November 21, 2014.

    • The School-to-Prison Pipeline (panel). Freedom From Fear: Black Childhood and Other Dangers II, Lewis & Clark Black Law Student Association symposium, Portland, Oregon. April 17, 2015.

    Publications

  • Juliet Stumpf

    Awards and Honors

    • Named 2016 recipient of the Leo Levenson Award for Excellence in Teaching by the graduating class of Lewis & Clark Law School.

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • Panelist, “Massive Collaborative Representation as Resistance,” Beyond Critique: Celebrating 5 Years of Border Criminologies, Centre for Criminology, Oxford University, April 19, 2018. 

    • “Immigration Detention in the Age of Migration Control.” University of Southern California Gould School of Law, Los Angeles, California. April 7, 2017. With Michael Flynn and Stephen Manning.

    • Executive Re-Ordering (panel). The Future of Labor and Employment Law: Power, Policies, and Politics, Washburn University School of Law, Topeka, Kansas. February 23, 2017.

    • “Seeking Asylum Under the Trump Administration.” Multnomah County Courthouse, Portland, Oregon. January 27, 2017. With Amy Adams, Steve Goldberg, Favio Perez, and Jamie Trinkle.

    • Ending Family Detention: How Can We Establish Durable Barriers to Prevent the Mass Incarceration of Children and Asylum-Seekers? (roundtable). Fifth Annual Immigration Litigation Roundtable, Yale Law School. December 11, 2015.

    • D(E)volving Discretion (panel). Oregon American Immigration Lawyers Association Fall CLE, Portland, Oregon. October 22, 2015. With David Drasin, Elizabeth Godfrey, John Marandas, and Chanpone Sinlapasai.

    • Crimmigration 2.0 (panel). Fall Symposium on Crimmigration: At the Border of Criminal Justice and Deportation, New England Law, Boston, Massachusetts. November 5, 2015.

    • Congressional Dysfunction and Executive Lawmaking During the Obama Administration (panel). Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. January 5, 2015. Televised on C-SPAN.

    • The Nation State Under Threat: Reaffirming Boundaries Through Migration Control (panel).

    • On criminal history discrimination. Post-Deportation Human Rights Project’s conference on the draft, International Convention on the Rights of Forcibly Expelled Persons, Dover, Massachusetts.

    • Flipping the Law School Classroom—The Transformative Immigration Law Seminar (panel). Connecting Students With Social Movements and Advocacy.

    • “Civil Detention and Other Oxymorons.” Law & Society Association Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

    • “Civil Detention and Other Oxymorons.” Immigration Law Teachers Workshop, University of California at Irvine Law School.

    Publications

    • D(E)volving Discretion: Lessons From the Life and Times of Secure Communities.” American University Law Review, vol. 64, issue 5, 1259-1284 (forthcoming 2015).

    • “Crimmigration: Encountering the Leviathan.” The Routledge Handbook of Migration and Crime, Sharon Pickering, editor (forthcoming 2014).

    • “Civilizing Civil Detention.” JOTWELL, the Online Journal of Things We Like (Lots).

  • Elaine Sutherland

    Appointments and Service

    • Organizer for the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child Implementation Project Colloquium: Doing the “Best” for Children and Young People? Best Interests, Welfare, and Well-Being. Edinburgh, Scotland. June 9-10, 2015

    Presentations

    • “Article 3 of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child: The Challenges of Vagueness and Priorities.” Third Annual U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child Implementation Project Colloquium: Doing the “Best” for Children and Young People? Best Interests, Welfare, and Well-Being. Edinburgh, Scotland. June 2015.

    • “Article 6 of the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child: The Right to Life, Survival, and Development.” Second Annual CRC-IP Colloquium, Stellenbosch University Law Faculty, South Africa. March 2014.

    Publications

    • “Scots Child and Family Law: Liberty, Equality and Protection Revisited.” Juridical Review, pp. 33-52Thomas Reuters: Scotland. March 17, 2019. 

    • “Child Custody and Cognate Concepts: The Challenges” In Routledge Handbook of International Family Law, pp.127-143. Routledge: London and New York. (2019). 

    • “Article 2 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Non-Discrimination and Children’s Rights” In Child Rights and International Discrimination Law: Implementing Article 2 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, pp. 23-39. Routledge: London and New York. 2019. 

    • Author of book chapter, “Article 2 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child: Non-Discrimination and Children’s Rights,” 2018. 

    • Author of book chapter, “Child Custody and Cognate Concepts,” 2018. 

    • “Scotland: Proactive Child Protection: A Step Too Far?,” book chapter, 2017. 

    • “The Child’s Right to Life, Survival, and Development: Evolution and Progress.” Stellenbosch Law Review, vol. 26, issue 2, 272-294 (2015).

    • Law Making and the Scottish Parliament: The Early Years (editor). Edinburgh University Press (2014). With Fraser P. Davidson, Kay E. Goodall, and Gavin F.M. Little.

    • Family Law. W. Green (2014).

    • “Scotland: Win Some, Lose Some, But Never Give Up.” International Survey of Family Law. 2015 edition, Bill Atkin, editor. Jordans/Family Law (2015).

    • It Is a Wise Child…: The Ongoing Debate About Fatherhood in Scotland.” Journal of the Law Society of Scotland online (June 16, 2014).

    • “Listening to the Child’s Voice in the Family Setting: From Aspiration to Reality.” 26 (3) Child & Family Law Quarterly 152 (2014).

    • “Cohabitation.” The Routledge Handbook of Family Law and Policy. John Eekelaar and Rob George, editors, Routledge (2014).

    • Pronounced for Doom: Early Scots Law Tales (edited). Avizandum Publishing (2013). With Professor John P. Grant.

    • “Martyrs to Circumstance: Longworth v Yelverton.Pronounced for Doom: Early Scots Law Tales. Avizandum Publishing (2013).

    • Listening to the Voice of the Child: The Evolution of Participation Rights.” 26 New Zealand Law Review 335 (2013).

  • Ozan Varol

    Appointments and Service

    • Vice-chair of the younger comparativists committee (YCC) of the American Society of Comparative Law. October 2014.

    Awards and Honors

    • Winner of the Federalist Society’s Young Legal Scholars Paper Competition for his paper “Structural Rights.” January 7, 2016.

    • Elected to membership in the Executive Committee for the American Society of Comparative Law. October 3, 2015.

    • Elected chair of the Younger Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law. October 3, 2015.

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • “Alien Citizens: Kurds and Citizenship in the Turkish Constitution.” External Dimensions of Constitutions, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England. September 16, 2016.

    • “Structural Rights.” International Society of Public Law Annual Conference. Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany. June 19, 2016.

    • “Temporary Constitutions.” Bogota, Colombia. May 12, 2016.

    • “Structural Rights.” Fifth Annual Younger Comparativists Committee Conference, Tulane Law School, New Orleans, Louisiana. March 18, 2016.

    • “Stealth Authoritarianism.” Conference on Democracy and Religious Pluralism, Columbia Law School, New York City. February 12, 2016.

    • “Structural Rights.” Federalist Society Annual Faculty Conference, New York City, New York. January 8, 2016.

    • “Structural Rights.” University of New South Wales Comparative Constitutional Law Roundtable, Sydney, Australia. December 11, 2015.

    • Narrow Bridges to Stability: Interim Constitutions and Transitional Provisions as Coordination Mechanisms (panel). Montpelier Roundtable on Comparative Constitutional Law, Montpelier, Virginia. October 10, 2015.

    • “The Democratic Coup d’État.” Berger International Lecture Series, Cornell University Law School, Ithaca, New York. September 25, 2015.

    • “Models of Judicial Review.” Constitutional Court of Georgia, Batumi, Republic of Georgia. July 29, 2015.

    • Constitutional Stickiness (panel). International Society of Public Law Conference, New York University School of Law. July 2, 2015.

    • Models of Judicial Review (course). Constitutional Court for the Republic of Georgia, Batumi, Republic of Georgia. July 29, 2015.

    • What News Isn’t Fit to Print? (panel). City Club of Portland, Portland, Oregon. May 29, 2015.

    • The 2010 Reforms to the Turkish Constitutional Court: An Empirical Analysis (panel). Koc University Comparative Constitutional Law Conference, Istanbul, Turkey. May 7, 2015.

    • “Constitutional Performance in Transitions From Military Rule.” How Do Constitutions Succeed? Defining and Assessing Constitutional Performance, University of Chicago Law School. April 25, 2015.

    • Constitutional Stickiness (panel). Younger Comparativists Committee Fourth Annual Global Conference, Florida State University College of Law. April 17, 2015.

    • “Constitutional Stickiness.” Symposium on Constitution-Making and Constitutional Design, Boston College Law School, Newton, Massachusetts. October 31, 2014.

    • “Constitutional Stickiness.” Comparative Constitutional Law Roundtable at Montpelier, Montpelier, Virginia. October 18, 2014.

    • “Stealth Authoritarianism.” Transitional Justice and Hybrid Regimes in Turkey and the Middle East, Cornell University Law School, Ithaca, New York. October 10-11, 2014.

    • “Stealth Authoritarianism.” Third Annual Younger Comparativists Committee Conference. April 2014.

    • “Revolutionary Humor.” Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. April 2014.

    • “Stealth Authoritarianism.” Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon. February 2014.

    • On constitution-making in Egypt and the Middle East (panel). Symposium on comparative constitutional change, Annual Meeting for the American Association of Law Schools (AALS). 2014.

    • “Turkey’s Challenges.” World Affairs Council of Oregon, Great Decisions Lecture Series. January 2014.

    • “Temporary Constitutions.” Annual Meeting for the American Association of Law Schools (AALS). January 2014.

    Publications

    • “Constitutional Performance in Transitions From Military to Civilian Rule.” Assessing Constitutional Performance, Cambridge University Press (2017).

    • “Alien Citizens: Kurds and Citizenship in the Turkish Constitution.” Virginia Journal of International Law (forthcoming May 1, 2017).

    • “Structural Rights.” The Georgetown Law Journal (forthcoming December 2016).

    • “An Empirical Analysis of Judicial Transformation in Turkey.” American Journal of Comparative Law (forthcoming August 2016).

    • Constitutional Stickiness.” U.C. Davis Law Review, vol. 49, 899 (February 8, 2016).

    • Presidentialism in Turkey: Is It Already Here?” ConstitutionNet, November 27, 2015.

    • Comparative Constitutional Law: A Global and Interdisciplinary Approach. Oxford University Press (forthcoming 2017). With Tom Ginsburg, David Landau, Will Partlett, and Mila Versteeg.

    • The Democratic Coup d’État. Oxford University Press (forthcoming August 2016).

    • “Constitutional Stickiness.” University of California at Davis Law Review (forthcoming February 2016).

    • “Stealth Authoritarianism.” 100 Iowa Law Review __ (forthcoming 2015).

    • “Temporary Constitutions.” 102 California Law Review 409 (2014).

    • “Revolutionary Humor.” 23 Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal (2014).

  • Anne Villella

    Presentations

    • “Inviting the Unexpected: Thinking Creatively About Our Work.” California Caucus of College and University Ombuds 41st Annual Conference, Pacific Grove, California. November 17, 2014.

  • Janice Weis

    Presentations

  • Chris Wold

    Appointments and Service

    • Provider of legal and technical support through the International Environmental Law Project to the Alliance of Small Island Developing States during the climate change negotiations in Warsaw, Poland. With seven students, whom he supervised.

    Presentations

    • “Achieving Coherence in Climate Finance.” Korean Ministry of Environment, Seoul, South Korea.

    • “Loss and Damage: Distinguishing the Loss and Damage and Adaptation Workplans.” Korean Ministry of Environment, Seoul, South Korea.

    • “The Role of Lawyers and Law Students in Reversing Trends in Wildlife Trafficking.” Public Interest Environmental Litigation and Education for Creative Environmental Lawyers: From Practitioners’ Perspectives, Kangwon National University, South Korea.

    • Recent U.S. and International Efforts to Combat Illicit Wildlife Trafficking symposium, American Bar Association and Environmental Law Institute.

    • On trends in international wildlife trafficking. Endangered Species Act at 40: Examining Its Past and Exploring Its Future conference.

    • “The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) at 40.” University of California at Davis.

    Publications

    • “Living Within Our Carbon Budget” (op-ed). The Oregonian.

    • “Addressing the Underreporting of Methane Emissions From Natural Gas Production and Thawing Permafrost.” 23 Review of European Community and International Environmental Law (2014). With Victoria Johnston ’15 and Benjamin Saver ’14.

    • “Increasing Mitigation Ambition: Establishing ‘Mitigation Reference Points’ to Trigger Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reductions.” 44 Environmental Law 225 (2014). With Amelia Schlusser J.D. ’13, LL.M. ’14.

    • “Climate Change, International Trade, and Response Measures: Options for Mitigating Climate Change Without Harming Developing Country Economies.” 46 George Washington International Law Review (2014). With Don Gourlie ’14 and Amelia Schlusser J.D. ’13, LL.M. ’14.

    • “Addressing Climate Change Through Nonclimate International Instruments” (coauthor). Global Climate Change and U.S. Law. Second edition. Michael B. Gerrard, editor (2014).

    • Climate Change and the Law. Second edition. With Professor Melissa Powers ’01.

  • Tung Yin

    Media Appearances

    Presentations

    • National Security Lies. Brigham Young University School of Law, Provo, Utah. October 22, 2018. With Erik Jensen.

    • National Security and Privacy (panel). 2017 Oregon District Court Conference, Portland, Oregon. October 6, 2017. With Jennifer Granick and Todd Hinnen.

    • “Conlawfare.” Conlawfare, University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, Colorado. October 4, 2017.

    • Game of Drones: Defending Against Drone Terrorism (lecture and panel). Rutgers University Law School, Newark, New Jersey. January 20, 2016. With Brian Alexander and Adil Haque.

    • Building a Culture of Dialogue (roundtable). Oregon Bar Press Broadcasters Council, Tigard, Oregon. March 7, 2015. With U.S. District Judge Michael Simon, Multnomah County District Attorney Rod Underhill, and Metro Public Defender Lane Borg ’83, among others.

    • The Fourth Zone of Presidential Power (debate). Federalist Society, Concordia University Law School, Boise, Idaho. November 20, 2014. With Professor Chad DeVeaux.

    • Game of Drones: Defending Against Drone Attacks (panel). New Technology and Old Law: Rethinking National Security Law Review Symposium, Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas. October 17, 2014.

    • “Targeted Killings, Drones, and Civil Rights.” Town Club, Portland, Oregon. May 2014.

    • “Modern Militias: Fostering Stability or Sowing Strife?” Lewis & Clark 52nd Annual International Affairs Symposium, Portland, Oregon. April 2014.

    Publications