Works Accepted

  • Hadar Aviram, “Progressive Punitivism,” Buffalo Law Review
  • Hadar Aviram, “Bad Role Models,” Journal of Transnational Law
  • Hadar Aviram, “Moral Character,” Manitoba Law Journal
  • Hadar Aviram, “Are We Still Cheap on Crime?,” Hastings Journal of Crime and Punishment
  • Abe Cable, “The Scramble Among Deal Professionals,” Minnesota Law Review Headnotes
  • Robin Feldman, “Naked Price & Pharmaceutical Trade Secrets,” Yale Journal of Law & Technology
  • Robin Feldman, “The Cancer Curse: Regulatory Failure by Success,” Columbia Science & Technology Review
  • Chimène Keitner, “Cybercrime vs. Cyberwar: Paradigms for Addressing Malicious Cyber Activity,” 10 Journal of National Security Law & Policy (with Mieke Eoyang)
  • Chimène Keitner, “Sovereign Immunity Revisited,” 113 ASIL Proceedings (2019)
  • Chimène Keitner, “Beyond National Jurisdiction: Cyberspace,” 113 ASIL Proceedings (2019)
  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza, “Venezuela, Grand Corruption and the International Criminal Court,” International Journal of Criminal Justice
  • Lois Weithorn & Dorit Reiss, “Providing Adolescents with Independent and Confidential Access to Childhood Vaccines; A Proposal to Lower the Age of Consent,” Connecticut Law Review
  • Lois Weithorn, “Psychological Distress, Mental Disorder, and Assessment of Decisionmaking Capacity Under U.S. Physician Aid in Dying Statutes,” UC Law SF Journal
  • Manoj Viswanathan, “The Qualified Small Business Stock Exclusion: How Startup Shareholders Get $10 Million (Or More) Tax-Free,” Columbia Law Review Forum
  • Frank Wu, “Who Becomes White? Are Chinese Next?,” Chinese America: History & Perspectives

Significant Blog Posts, Op-Eds, Magazine Columns, and Online Essays

  • Hadar Aviram posted a review of Kate Bloch’s new article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog.
  • Kate Bloch posted a review of Hadar Aviram’s new article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog.
  • Abe Cable posted a review of Jared Ellias’s new article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog.
  • Scott Dodson posted a review of Zach Price’s new article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog.
  • Karen Musalo, “The Trump Administration is Fighting to Indefinitely Detain Migrant Children and Families,” Ms. Magazine (Aug. 27, 2019) (with Brianna Krong)
  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza, “Guatemala’s next president has few plans for fixing rampant corruption, crime and injustice,” The Conversation (Aug. 12, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Teaching the Magic of Law,” Daily Journal (Aug. 12, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Academic Bigotry is Back, Thanks to Amy Wax,” DiverseEducation (Aug. 9, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Why Students Study Shakespeare in Law School,” Daily Journal (Aug. 6, 2019)


  • Robin Feldman was featured on the Neurology podcast on Aug. 20.
  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza presented “Special Processes for the Reassessment and Removal of Judges in the Context of Constitutional Transitions” at a workshop at Oxford University.
  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza participated in a panel discussion on “Options for Justice: Latin American Experiences” at a conference on Innovations in Accountability in El Salvador.
  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza gave a workshop on litigating human rights cases in domestic courts at the University of El Salvador.
  • David Takacs delivered a keynote address at the National Biodiversity Offsets Conference in Australia on Aug. 26.

Compiled by Scott Dodson, Associate Dean for Research, Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. Distinguished Professor of Law.