Professor Robin Feldman was widely quoted in the media.
Professor David Takacs posted to the Environmental Law Prof Blog, IPCC Response Essay #12: Law Confronts the Intertwined Threats of Climate Change and Species Extinction.
Professor Richard Marcus was quoted in an article about the recent car manufacturer recalls. Air Bag MDL Against Takata Could Be Headed to Western Pa.
Professor Rory Little was quoted in the New York Times, KGO radio and KQED.
Provost & Academic Dean Elizabeth Hillman appeared on Radio Sputnik, speaking on military sexual assault. Not available online.
Discrimination Prevention Officers to Bring Legal Expertise to UCLA.
'89 was featured in an article in UCLA's Daily Bruin.
Juliann Sum '90 was chosen to head the California office of OSHA. Gov. Brown names Berkeley lawyer and worker safety expert to head Cal/OSHA.
Professor Richard Zitrin was quoted in an article on Law.com. Cahill's Asbestos Problem: Playing With Fire?
Professor Joan Williams was quoted in an article in the International Business Times. The Supreme Court, UPS And The Economics Of Pregnancy Discrimination. She was also cited in an article on NewsMax: San Francisco Passes 'Retail Workers Bill of Rights'.
Professor Sheila Purcell, Director of UC Hastings Center on Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, was a Keynote speaker at City University of Hong Kong Clinical Conference entitled:"Discovery Enriched Curriculum in Action: Best Practices for Dispute Resolution Teaching and Learning”. This brought together faculty from Hong Kong as well as speakers from India, Scotland and France to discuss skills based and clinic based teaching.
Professor Purcell also spoke on Court ADR at the University Of Macau Law School and returned to a pilot mediation court she had previously assisted in mainland China. She had an opportunity to observe a court mediation at the Dongguan China Subordinate People’s Court. Lastly, she was hosted by the Department of Justice in Hong Kong who briefed her on several developments in the growth of policies and legislation related to mediation and international arbitration in Hong Kong.
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