History

Faculty Activity

Betsy Rosenblatt

“Gamer or Game Developer? The Law of Video Game Transformation,” California State Bar 2013 IP in Entertainment & Media Conference, June 27, 2013.

Sheldon Bernard Lyke

The Thirty-Five Year Conservative Colorblind Campaign Gutting Affirmative Action in America, presented at the University of Chicago Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows Workshop, June 2013.

Jennifer B. Mertus

THE LOS ANGELES DAILY JOURNAL, Foreign Backlash to Same-Sex Marriage, June 24, 2013.

William W. Patton

Investigative Report and Brief filed with the Acting Secretary, Children and Families, Department of Health and Human Services regarding violations of federal confidentiality statutes in child dependency proceedings (2013).

William W. Patton

Amicus Curiae brief, In re A.L., Second Appellate District, Division 8, Case Number B 242179 (2013).

Seton Hall School of Law Annual Health Law Professors Conference “Bioethics Update”

University of Minnesota School of Law Symposium on Law & Policy of Reproductive Technologies “Addressing Duties and Harms to ART Offspring”

Relationships Recognition Madness, The Huffington Post, June 12, 2013 Read article

Sheldon Bernard Lyke

Diversity as Commons, presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, Boston, Massachusetts, June 2013.

Stewart Chang

“Matters of Law.” Chair and Discussant at Law and Society Conference. 2013. Boston, Massachusetts.

Deprivative Recognition, Emerging Family Law Scholars and Teachers Conference (June 2013)

Matters of Law or Why Law Matters. Chair. Law and Society Association Annual Meeting. Boston, May 30-June 2, 2013.

Legal Mobilization and Contentious Legalities Panel. Chair. Law and Society Association Annual Meeting. Boston, May 30-June 2, 2013.

University of Michigan Rackham Graduate School Reproductive Justice Conference “Reproductive Justice and the New Eugenics”

Deprivative Recognition, Associates’ & Fellows’ Workshop, Columbia Law School (May 2013)

Betsy Rosenblatt

“Complex Litigation Involving Multiple Parties,” moderator, 2013 Federal Circuit Bar Association/Federal Bar Association Advanced Complex Litigation Series, Whittier Law School, April 30, 2013.

Stewart Chang

“Theorizing and Historicizing Asian America.” Chair and Discussant at Association for Asian American Studies Conference, “Afterlives of Empire.” 2013. Seattle, Washington.

Kaiser Permanente Medical Systems LGBT Health Forum “Family Formation Through Reproductive Technologies”

Betsy Rosenblatt

“Fear and Loathing: Shame, Shaming, and Intellectual Property,” Chicago Intellectual Property Colloquium, Chicago-Kent Law School, April 9, 2013.

Stewart Chang

“Reflections on Mari Matsuda’s ‘Voices of America.’” Invited Panelist for UCLA Asian Pacific American Law Journal Symposium in Honor of Mari Matsuda. 2013. UCLA Law School, Los Angeles, California.

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