Research Dean’s March Roundup of Scholarly Activities Academics, Scholarship, Scholarship Blog Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share through Email Publications David I. Levine, Civil Procedure in California: State and Federal (West Academic 2019 edition) Naomi Roht-Arriaza, “La tardia centralidad de la dimension economica en la justiciar transicional,” in Economic Complicity with the Chilean (K. Fernandez et al. eds. LOM 2019) Stephen Schwarz, “Grantmaking Advice for Mega-Donors: A Second Opinion,” 21 N.Y.U. Journal of Legislation & Public Policy 583 (2018) (actual publication in March 2019) Works Accepted Chimène Keitner & Scott Dodson, “Jam v. IFC,” American Journal of International Law Dave Owen, “Consultants, the Environment, and the Law,” Arizona Law Review Zach Price, “Reliance on Executive Constitutional Interpretation,” Boston University Law Review Manoj Viswanathan, “Lower-Income Tax Planning,” University of Illinois Law Review Significant Blogs, Op-Eds, and Online Essays Hadar Aviram posted an essay on Newsom’s death-penalty moratorium on the California Correctional Crisis Blog on Mar. 13. Hadar Aviram posted an op-ed on California’s death-penalty moratorium on The Conversation on Mar. 20. John Leshy, “A paradigm shift in the politics of public lands,” The Hill (2019) Dorit Reiss published an op-ed on vaccinates in the San Francisco Chronicle on Mar. 7. David Takacs posted a review of Naomi Roht-Arriaza’s new article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog on Mar. 4. William K.S. Wang, “Looking Back at the High Court’s Landmark Campaign Finance Decisions,” Daily Journal (Mar. 1, 2019) Frank Wu, “Will Whites be Stereotyped as Corrupt Because of Felicity Huffman?,” Diverse Issues (Mar. 2019) Other Scholarly Activities and Awards Hadar Aviram received a visiting fellowship to Harvard’s Animal Law & Policy Program for fall 2019. Scott Dodson was appointed an Academic Fellow of the Pound Civil Justice Institute in March. Jared Ellias testified before the California Senate Energy, Utilities, and Communications Committee regarding PG&E on Mar. 5. Robin Feldman was a guest on the Money Life podcast on Mar. 27. Robin Feldman testified before the House Ways & Means Subcommittee on Health on Mar. 7 regarding her research on pharmaceutical pricing. Robin Feldman appeared on a panel to brief the House Judiciary Committee staff on Mar. 28. Robin Feldman presented her research on pharmaceutical pricing to the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Science, Technology, and Law on Mar. 5. Speaking Veena Dubal gave a talk titled “New Organizations for Worker Power” at a conference on labor law at Harvard Law School on Mar. 1. Veena Dubal was featured on Slate’s If-Then Podcast on Mar. 27. Chimène Keitner was a moderator at the “Congress’s Power of the Purse” conference at UC Law SF on Mar. 14. Chimène Keitner spoke on international law’s regulation of nonstate actors at the American Society of International Law’s annual meeting on Mar. 28. Chimène Keitner moderated a conversation on sovereign immunity at the American Society of International Law’s annual meeting on Mar. 29. Chimène Keitner presented on “International Institutions and the ‘Ideology of Patriotism’” at a University of Georgia conference on “The International Criminal Court and the Community of Nations” on Mar. 8. Jaime King presented on “Healthcare Markets: Pricing and Competition” at the A Healthier Rural West Summit on Mar. 20. Karen Musalo presented “Gender Violence and Justice in Latin American and in U.S. Immigration Courts” at the Gendered Justice Symposium at Stanford University on Mar. 8. Karen Musalo was a panelist at the Gilvary Symposium on The Future of the Rule of Law in International Governance: Norms in International and Asylum Law at Dayton School of Law on Mar. 16. Zach Price was a panelist at the Congress’s Power of the Purse” conference on Mar. 14. Naomi Roht-Arriaza was a featured speaker on the El Mozote trial in El Salvador at Stanford University on Mar. 5. Naomi Roht-Arriaza was a panelist on the ICC and Latin America at a University of Georgia conference on Mar. 8. Reuel Schiller was a moderator at the Congress’s Power of the Purse” conference on Mar. 15. Jodi Short was a moderator at the Congress’s Power of the Purse” conference on Mar. 15. Jodi Short delivered the Robert A. Kagan Lecture, titled “The Power of Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance,” at Berkeley on Mar. 20. Manoj Viswanathan presented “Hyperlocal Responses” at the BC-Tulane Tax Policy Roundtable on Mar. 22. Frank Wu delivered a public lecture and colloquium talk on the Harvard litigation at Amherst College on Mar. 22. Compiled by Scott Dodson, Associate Dean for Research, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law.