• Scott Dodson, “Leading Cases,” 9 International Journal of Procedural Law 146 (2019)
  • Chimène Keitner & Scott Dodson, “Jam v. International Finance Corp.,” 113 American Journal of International Law 805 (2019)

Works Accepted

  • Jodi Short, “The Politics of Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance: Theorizing and Operationalizing Political Influences,” Regulation & Governance
  • Jessica Vapnek, “Gender-Silent Drafting in a Non-Binary World,” Capital Law Review (with Donald Revell)

Awards and Honors

  • Veena Dubal has been named the winner of the 2019 Michael J. Zimmer Memorial Award from the Employment and Labor Law Colloquium, which is given to “a rising scholar who values justice and community and has made significant contributions to the field of Labor and Employment Law Scholarship.”

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

  • Binyamin Blum posted a review on JOTWELL on Oct. 4.
  • Scott Dodson posted a review of Dorit Reiss and John Diamond’s new article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog on Oct. 4.
  • Karen Musalo, “The Trump Administration Has Placed 48,000 Asylum Seekers in Harm’s Way: The Courts Must Step In Now,” Ms. Digital (Oct. 3, 2019) (with Brianna Krong)
  • Zach Price posted a review of Rory Little’s recent article on the UC Law SF Scholarship Blog on Oct. 2.
  • Manoj Viswanathan, “Corporate Behavior and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act,” Columbia Law School Blue Sky Blog (Oct. 30, 2019) (with Nicholas Cohen)
  • Frank Wu, “Chinese spying, Chinese-Americans racially profiled—or both?,” Daily Journal (Oct. 3, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Compliments to copy editors and fact checkers,” Daily Journal (Oct. 4, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Writing and speaking for a living,” Daily Journal (Oct. 14, 2019)
  • Frank Wu, “Our Shared History,” DiverseEducation (Oct. 24, 2019)


  • Veena Dubal was a featured speaker at the AI Now 2019 Symposium at N.Y.U. on Oct. 2.
  • Veena Dubal presented “An Uber Ambivalence” at the UC Law SF Faculty Colloquium on Oct. 29.
  • Heather Field moderated a program on “Technology-Driven Trends in Tax Law Training” at the ABA Section on Taxation fall meeting on Oct. 4.
  • Heather Field gave a talk on “What Tax Lawyers Should Know about Tax Insurance” at the Orange County Bar Association Tax Section Meeting on Oct. 10.
  • Heather Field was a panelist on “Aggressive International Tax Planning & the Ethical Tax Lawyer” at the 19th Annual University of San Diego-Procopio International Tax Institute on Oct. 17.
  • Clark Freshman spoke to the California Judges Association about Reducing Bias and Improving Credibility Determinations with Mindfulness and Compassion on October 13.
  • Jaime King, “How Self-Insured Employers Can Find Value in the Face of Provider Market Power,” Self-Insured Institute of America Annual Conference, Oct. 1.
  • Jaime King, “Of Cost and Competition: State Approaches to Control Increasing Health Care Costs,” Next Steps in Health Reform Conference, American University, ASLME, Oct. 10.
  • Jaime King was featured in a Tradeoffs podcast titled “The Train has Left the Station” on Oct. 30.
  • Emily Murphy was featured on the Excited Utterances evidence podcast on Oct. 7.
  • Emily Murphy presented to a group of Superior Court judges on memory-detection technology and jury instructions on Oct. 24.
  • Joel Paul spoke at a conference jointly sponsored by NYU Law School, Stanford Law School, and the Center For American Progress on “A New Deal for America” on Oct. 3.
  • Joel Paul was the featured speaker on “Josh Marshall’s Progressive Constitutionalism” at the annual dinner of the Southern District of Texas jointly sponsored by the Southern District Federal Bar Association, the Houston Bar Association, and the biennial Bench-Bar Conference of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas on Oct. 28.
  • Joel Paul spoke on the founding fathers at the University of Wisconsin Tommy Thompson Leadership Forum.
  • Dorit Reiss gave a keynote on “Strategy, Tactics and Tropes 2019: How Does the Anti-Vaccine Movement Roll Today?” and participated in a panel discussion on vaccine hesitancy at an event titled “Overcoming Barriers to Healthy Communities” at Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
  • Reuel Schiller presented “Regulation and the Collapse of the New Deal Order ” at the University of Wisconsin Law School’s “Ideas and Innovations Faculty Speaker Series.”
  • David Takacs workshopped his paper “Rivers with Rights” at University of Tasmania Law School on Oct. 30.
  • Frank Wu spoke on cultural competence and diversity at the Continuing Legal Education Association of Australia on Oct. 18.