Faculty Publications and Speaking Engagements

ROGER P. ALFORD

Professor of Law and Director, Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies

LL.M., Edinburgh University, 1992, magna cum laude
J.D., New York University, 1991, with honors
M. Div., Southern Seminary, 1988
B.A., Baylor University, 1985, with honors

Articles

  • Apportioning Responsibility Among Joint Tortfeasors for International Law Violations, 38 Pepp. L. Rev. 233 (2011).
  • The Nobel Effect, 103 Am. Soc’y Int’l L. Proc. 467 (2009)

Book

  • The Future of Investment Arbitration (with Catherine Rogers) (Oxford Univ. Press 2009).

Book Chapter

  • Moral Reasoning in International Law, in The Role of Ethics in International Law (with James Fallows Tierney) (forthcoming).

ROBERT ANDERSON IV

Associate Professor of Law

Ph.D. (Political Science), Stanford University, 2008
J.D., New York University, 2000
B.A., Claremont-McKenna College, 1997

Articles

  • Distinguishing Judges: An Empirical Ranking of Judicial Quality in the United States Court of Appeals, 76 Mo. L. Rev. 315 (2010),
  • Institutions and Equilibrium in the United States Supreme Court (with Alexander M. Tahk), 104 Am. Pol. Sci. Rev. 811 (2007).
  • Law, Fact, and Discretion in the Federal Courts: An Empirical Study, 2012 Utah L. Rev. (forthcoming).

BABETTE E. BOLIEK

Associate Professor of Law and Acting Director, Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law

PhD University of California, Davis, 2007
JD    Columbia University, 1998
BA    California State University, Chico, 1987

Articles

  • FCC Regulation Versus Antitrust: How Net Neutrality Is Defining the Boundaries, B.C. L. Rev. (forthcoming).
  • Wireless Net Neutrality Regulation and the Problem with Pricing: An Empirical, Cautionary Tale, 16 Mich. Telecomm. Tech. L. Rev. 1 (2009).

Presentations

  • “The Law of Disaster,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Conference (July 2011).
  • “Net Neutrality and International Law,” Albany Law School (Apr. 2011).

THOMAS G. BOST

Professor of Law

JD    Vanderbilt University School of Law, 1967, Founder’s Medalist
BS    Abilene Christian University, 1964, summa cum laude

News

  • Served with distinction as interim dean of the School of Law during the 2010-11 academic year.

Book Chapter

  • Reason, Freedom and Apocalyptic Vision: Churches of Christ and the Practice and Teaching of Law, in Faith and Law: How Religious Traditions from Calvinism to Islam View American Law (Robert F. Cochran, Jr., ed., NYU Press 2008).

Article

  • Corporate Lawyers After the Big Quake: The Conceptual Fault Line in the Professional Duty of Confidentiality, 19 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1089 (2006).

H. MITCHELL CALDWELL

Professor of Law

JD    Pepperdine University, 1976
BA    California State University Long Beach, 1972, cum laude

Books

  • Criminal Mock Trials (Vandeplas forthcoming 2012) (with Terry Adamson).
  • Criminal Pretrial Advocacy (Vandeplas forthcoming 2012) (with Terry Adamson).
  • The Art and Science of Trial Advocacy (with L. Timothy Perrin & Carol A. Chase) (Lexis 2d ed. 2011).
  • Case Files for Basic Trial Advocacy (Lexis 2009) (with Carol A. Chase, Naomi Harlan Goodno, and L. Timothy Perrin).

Articles

  • Lessons from the Masters, the Seven Pillars of Trial Advocacy, Am. J. Trial Adv. (forthcoming).
  • Kafka in the Docket: Coercive Plea Bargaining, The Unrecognized Scourge of the Justice System, 61 Cath. U. L. Rev. 24 (2011).

CAROL A. CHASE

Associate Dean, Academics, and Professor of Law

JD    University of California, Los Angeles, 1978
BA    University of California, Los Angeles, 1975, summa cum laude

Books

  • The Art and Science of Trial Advocacy (Lexis 2d ed. 2011) (with L. Timothy Perrin and H. Mitchell Caldwell).
  • Case Files for Basic Trial Advocacy (Lexis 2009) (with H. Mitchell Caldwell, Naomi Harlan Goodno, and L. Timothy Perrin).

Article

  • Unpredictable Doom and Lethal Injustice: An Argument for Greater Transparency in Death Penalty Decisions (with H. Mitchell Caldwell & Christine Chambers Goodman), 82 Temple L. Rev. 997 (2009).

DONALD EARL CHILDRESS, III

Associate Professor of Law

LLM Duke University, 2004, magna cum laude
JD    D uke University, 2004, magna cum laude
MA    Oxford Brookes University, 1999, with distinction
BA    University of Virginia, 1997

Book

  • The Role of Ethics in International Law (Donald Earl Childress II, ed. Cambridge Univ. Press, forthcoming).

Articles

  • The Alien Tort Statute, Federalism, and the Next Wave of International Law Litigation, 100 Geo. L.J. (forthcoming).
  • When Erie Goes International, 105 Northwestern U. L. Rev. (forthcoming).
  • Comity as Conflict: Resituating International Comity as Conflict of Laws, 44 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 11 (2010).

Presentations

  • “Private International Law in the Context of Globalization,” The Chinese Society of Private International Law, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China (Oct. 2011).
  • “Personal Jurisdiction as Choice of Law,” Southeastern Association of Law Schools Annual Meeting, Hilton Head, South Carolina (July 2011).
  • “Transnational Remedies in Private International Law Cases,” Seventh Remedies Discussion Forum, University of Aix-Marseille II, Aix-en-Provence, France (June 2011).

HERBERT E. CIHAK

Associate Dean, Library and Information Services and Professor of Law

MLS Brigham Young University, 1984
JD    University of Nebraska, 1983
MA   Brigham Young University, 1975
BA    Brigham Young University, 1972

Book Chapters

  • Son of Sam; Son of Sam Laws, in The Encyclopedia of American Law and Criminal Justice (with Jessica Drewitz) (forthcoming).
  • Direct Democracy, in Political Encyclopedia of U.S. States and Regions (Donald P. Haider-Markel & Michael A. Card eds., CQ Press 2009).

Presentation

  • “Library Leadership,” Chinese and American Forum on Legal Information and Law Libraries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (July 2011).

ROBERT F. COCHRAN, JR.

Director, Herbert and Elinor Nootbaar Institute on Law, Religion, and Ethics, and Louis D. Brandeis Professor of Law

JD    University of Virginia, 1976
BA    Carson-Newman College, 1973, magna cum laude

Books

  • Louis D. Brandeis’ MIT Lectures on Law (Carolina Academic Press, forthcoming 2011).
  • Lawyers, Clients, and Moral Responsibility (with Thomas L. Shaffer) (West 2d ed. 2009).

Articles

  • Collaborative Practice’s Radical Possibilities for the Legal Profession: “[Two Lawyers and Two Clients] for the Situation,” 11 Pepp. Disp. Resol. L.J. 229 (2011)
  • Introduction: Blessed are the Compromisers?, 38 Pepp. L. Rev. 813 (2011).
  • Legal Ethics and Collaborative Practice Ethics, 38 Hofstra, L. Rev. 527 (2010).

Presentation

  • “The Christian Responsibility for Social Justice: Theory and Practice,” The Fifth International Conference on Christian Higher Education and Scholarship, Baekseok University, Kora (June 25, 2011).

JACK J. COE, JR.

Professor of Law

PhD    London School of Economics and Political Science, 1999
LLM   University Exeter, Exeter, England, 1982
JD    Loyola Marymount School of Law, 1979
BA    University of California, Los Angeles, 1975, with distinction

News

Professor Coe serves as an associate reporter for the American Law Institute’s Restatement of the Law (Third), International Commercial Arbitration.

Book Chapters

  • Chapter 4, in Restatement of the Law (Third) International Commercial Arbitration (American Law Institute, forthcoming).
  • “Concurrent Med-Arb—Some Further Reflections on a Work in Progress,” in Investor-State Disputes: Prevention and Alternatives to Arbitration II 43(S. Franck & A. Joubin–Bret, eds., 2011).

Article

  • Client Expectations in Investor-State Cases, Transnat’l Disp. Mgmt. (forthcoming).

Presentation

  • “Convention on the International Sale of Goods,” Southwestern Institute on International and Comparative Law, Annual Symposium on Global Markets (June 14-15, 2011).

RICHARD L. CUPP, JR.

John W. Wade Professor of Law

JD    University of California, Davis, 1987
BA    Pepperdine University, 1983, magna cum laude

Book Chapter

  • “Tort Reform or Tort Restriction: Rhetoric as Scorekeeper,” in Materials on Tort Reform (Andrew Popper ed., Thomson/West 2010).

Articles

  • “In Praise of Moral Judgment: The Restatement (Third) of Torts and Flagrant ‘Bad Guy’ Trespassers”, 1 Wake Forest L. Rev. Online 37 (2011).
  • “International Tobacco Litigation’s Evolution as a United States Torts Law Export: To Canada and Beyond?”, 38 Pepp. L. Rev. 283 (2011).

Presentation

  • Member of Planning Committee and Participant, Institute of Medicine’s Forum on Neuroscience and the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Science, Technology and Law, Meeting re the future of animal research regulation in the United States and Europe, London (July 2011).

JAMES ALLAN GASH

Associate Dean of Student Life and Associate Professor of Law

JD    Pepperdine University, 1993, summa cum laude
BA    Abilene Christian University, 1989, summa cum laude

Book Chapter

  • “Understanding and Solving the Multiple Punishments Problem,” in Punitive Damages: Is Europe Missing Out? (Intersentia forthcoming 2011).

Article

  • “The End of an Era: The Supreme Court (Finally) Butts Out of Punitive Damages for Good,” 63 Fla. L. Rev. 525 (2011).

CHRISTINE CHAMBERS GOODMAN

Professor of Law

JD    Stanford Law School, 1991
BA   Harvard College, 1987, cum laude

Book

  • Examples & Explanations: California Evidence (Wolters Kluwer 2010).

Articles

  • “A Modest Proposal in Deference to Diversity,” 23 Nat’l Black L.J. 1 (2010).
  • “The Gate(Way)s of Hell and Pathways to Purgatory: Eradicating Common Law Protections in the Newly Sculpted Character Evidence Rules of the United Kingdom’s 2003 Criminal Justice Act,” 66 U. Miami L. Rev. (forthcoming 2011).

Presentations

  • “Increasing Law Firm Diversity,” O’Melveny & Myers, Los Angeles, California (Oct. 19, 2011).
  • “A Teacher Who Looks Like Me,” National Conference on Race and Ethnicity, San Francisco, California (June 4, 2011).

NAOMI HARLIN GOODNO

Associate Professor of Law

JD    Boalt Law School, University of California, 1999
AB    Princeton University, 1995

Book

  • Case Files for Basic Trial Advocacy (Lexis 2009) (with H. Mitchell Caldwell, Carol A. Chase, and L. Timothy Perrin).

Book Chapter

  • “California ‘Three Strikes’ Law Alleviates Crime,” in Mandatory Minimum Sentencing (2010).

Articles

  • How Public Schools Can Constitutionally Halt Cyberbullying: A Model Cyberbullying Policy that Survives First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, and Due Process Challenges, Wake Forest L. Rev. (forthcoming).
  • Protecting “Any” Child: The Confidential Marital Communications Privilege in Child Molestation Cases, 59 U. Kan. L. Rev. 1 (2010).

Presentation

  • “Global Criminal Prosecutions of U.S. Citizens,” SoCal Junior Faculty Workshop (May 2011).

Colleen P. Graffy

Director, Global Programs, Academic Director, London Program, and Associate Professor of Law

LLM    King’s College, 1996, with merit
Diploma in Law—City University and Inns of Court School of Law, 1991
MA     Boston University, 1982
BA      Pepperdine University, 1979

Articles

  • “Iraq Was a Good War—It Sparked the Arab Spring,” London Sunday Times (September 11, 2011).
  • “An American Perspective, EU and US Relations in the 21st Century” (Institute of Contemporary European Studies) Occasional Paper 06, 2011.

Presentations

  • “In Conversation with Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice,” Pepperdine University School of Law (Feb. 9, 2011).
  • “What Is America Doing to Improve Its Image Abroad?” Westlake Village Republican Women, Federated (Jan. 27, 2011).

Michael A. Helfand

Associate Professor of Law and Associate Director, Diane and Guilford Glazer Institute for Jewish Studies

PhD   Yale University, 2009
JD      Yale University, 2007
BA      Yeshiva University, 2002

Articles

  • “Fighting for the Debtor’s Soul: Regulating Religious Commercial Conduct,” 19 Geo. Mason L. Rev. (forthcoming).
  • “Religious Arbitration and the New Multiculturalism: Negotiating Conflicting Legal Orders,” 86 N.Y.U. L. Rev. (forthcoming).

Presentations

  • “A Liberalism of Sincerity: Religion’s Role in the Public Square,” Conference on Religious Law and State’s Affairs, Bar Ilan University (May 29-30, 2011).
  • “Religious Arbitration and the New Multiculturalism,” Faculty Colloquium, University of St. Thomas School of Law (Apr. 6, 2011).

BERNARD JAMES

Professor of Law

JD    University of Michigan, 1983
BGS University of Michigan, 1977

Articles

  • SROs, Safe Schools, and the Interagency Agreement, Nasro J. School Safety, Spring 2010
  • Safe Schools, Cell Phones, and the Fourth Amendment, Nasro J. School Safety, Winter 2009
  • Safe Schools and the Law 2009, Nasro J. School Safety, Fall 2009
  • The Safe Schools Movement and SRO Liability, Nasro J. School Safety, Summer 2009.
  • Safe Schools and Special Education Students, Nasro J. School Safety, Spring 2009.

JANET E. KERR

Executive Director, Geoffrey H. Palmer Center for Entrepreneurship and the Law and Laure Sudreau-Rippe Endowed Chair in Law

LLM New York University Law School, 1979
JD    Pepperdine University, 1978
BA    Pepperdine University, 1975, summa cum laude

Articles

  • The Financial Meltdown of 2008 and the Government’s Intervention: Much-Needed Relief or Major Erosion of American Corporate Law? The Continuing Story of Bank of America, Citigroup, and General Motors, 85 St. John’s L. Rev. 49 (2011).
  • The Creative Capitalism Spectrum: Evaluating Corporate Social Responsibility Through a Legal Lens, 81 Temp. L. Rev. 831 (2009).
  • A New Era of Responsibility: A Modern American Mandate For Corporate Social Responsibility, 78 UMKC L. Rev. symposium issue 327 (2009).

DOUGLAS W. KMIEC

Professor of Constitutional Law and Caruso Family Chair in Constitutional Law

JD    University of Southern California, 1976
BA    Northwestern University, 1973, with honors

News

  • Professor Kmiec returned to the law school faculty in June 2011, following his distinguished service from 2009 to 2011 as the United States Ambassador to Malta.

Books

  • The American Constitutional Order (with Stephen B. Presser, John C. Eastman & Raymond B. Marcin) (LexisNexis 3d edition 2009 & 2011 supp.).
  • The History, Philosophy, and Structure of the American Constitution (with Stephen B. Presser, John C. Eastman & Raymond B. Marcin) (LexisNexis 3d edition 2009 & 2011 supp.).
  • Individual Rights and the American Constitution (with Stephen B. Presser, John C. Eastman & Raymond B. Marcin) (LexisNexis 3d edition 2009 & 2011 supp.).

Presentation

  • “Secularism Crucified,” University of Southern California, University-wide lecture (September 13, 2011).

KRISTINE S. KNAPLUND

Professor of law

JD    University of California, Davis, 1977
BA    Oberlin College, 1974

Articles

  • Synthetic Cells, Synthetic Life, and Inheritance, 45 Valparaiso L. Rev. 1361 (Summer 2011).
  • The New Uniform Probate Code’s Surprising Gender Inequities, 18 Duke J. Gender L. & Pol’y 335 (Spring 2011).
  • Charity for the Death Tax?: The Impact of Legislation on Charitable Requests, 45 Gonzaga L. Rev. 713 (2010).
  • The Right of Privacy and America’s Aging Population, 86 Denver U. L. Rev. 439 (2009).

Presentations

  • “The Uniform Probate Code: Remaking of American Succession Law,” Symposium at the University of Michigan Law School, American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (Oct. 2011).
  • “The New Biology: What Do Estate Planners Need to Know About Assisted Reproduction?” UCLA/CEB Estate Planning Institute (May 2011).

EDWARD J. LARSON

University Professor and Hugh and Hazel Darling Chair in Law

PhD     University of Wisconsin, 1984
JD        Harvard University, 1979
MA      University of Wisconsin, 1976
BA       Williams College, 1974

Book

  • An Empire of Ice : Scott, Shackleton, and the Heroic Age of Antarctic Science (Yale Univ. Press 2011).

Book Chapter

  • “Biology and the Emergence of the Eugenics Movement,” in Biology and Ideology from Descartes to Dawkins, (D. Alexander and R. Numbers, eds., Chicago University Press, 2010).

Articles

  • “Medical Rationing, Death Panels and the Rising Cost of Health Care,” 33 Whittier L. Rev. (forthcoming 2011).
  • “Poles Apart: Scott, Amundsen, and Science,” Endeavour (forthcoming 2011).
  • “Putting Buck v. Bell in Scientific and Historical Context: Response to Victoria F. Nourse,” 39 Pepp. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2011).
  • “Greater Glory,” Scientific American, June 2011, at 32-37.
  • “Public Science for a Global Empire: The British Quest for the South Magnetic Pole,” 102 Isis 1 (2011).

Presentations

Professor Larson has delivered illustrated lectures about his new book, Empire of Ice, at the Royal Society of London, the Reform Club in London, and the California Club in Los Angeles, among other venues. He has given interviews about the book to the BBC, the Guardian newspaper, and the scientific journal Nature, among others.


KHRISTA McCARDEN

Associate Professor of Law

JD    Harvard Law School, 2003, magna cum laude
AB    Harvard University, 1998, cum laude

Articles

  • Dual-Qualified Structures: A Tax-Efficient Solution for Charitable Giving in the U.S. and U.K., Family Foundation Advisor, September/October 2008.
  • Charitable Uses in the U.S., Offshore Investment, July/August 2007 (published in association with 17th Oxford Offshore Symposium, Jesus College, Oxford University) (with Richard Cassell).

Presentations

  • “Transatlantic Giving,” STEP Philanthropy Conference (September 2008).
  • “‘What if you have U.S. donors?’ Major Gift Tax Issues, Interactive Workshop for Fundraisers and Advisors,” European Association for Planned Giving (November 2007, March 2008, and September 2008).

BARRY P. McDONALD

Professor of Law

JD         Northwestern University School of Law, 1988, cum laude
BBA      Loyola University of Chicago, 1981

Articles

  • “Censorship and the Media: A Foreward,” 25 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub.Pol’y 1 (2011).
  • “The Emerging Oversimplifications of the Government Speech Doctrine: From Substantive Content to a ‘Jurisprudence of Labels,'” 2010 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 2071 (2011).
  • “The Supremes: Conservative Consolidation,” California Lawyer (September 2011).
  • “The Supremes: Selective Minimalism,” California Lawyer (September 2010).
  • “Getting Beyond Religion as Science: ‘Unstifling’ Worldview Formation in American Public Education,” 66 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 587 (2009).

JAMES M. McGOLDRICK, JR.

Professor of Law and Director, International Programs

JD    University of Chicago, 1969
BA    Pepperdine University, 1966

Articles

  • Speech: A Message From Mind to Mind, 61 Okla. L. Rev. 1 (2008).
  • Discretionary Points: A Grading Mystery, The Law Teacher, Spring 2007, at 6.

GREGORY S. McNEAL

Associate Professor of Law

JD        Case Western reserve university, 2006
MPA    American University, 2003, with distinction
BA        Lehigh University, 1999

News

  • Professor McNeal has recently testified before Congress on jihadist internet activities, consulted with members of the United States Congress on cyber warfare legislation and religious extremism and recruiting, and engaged in advisory work with the National Security Agency and the Department of Defense.

Book Chapter

  • “Are Targeted Killings Unlawful Killings: A Case Study in Empirical Claims Without Empirical Proof,” in Targeted Killings: Law & Morality in an Asymmetrical World, (Claire Finkelstein, Jens David Ohlin, and Andrew Altman eds., Oxford University Press, (forthcoming 2012).

Articles

  • “The Status Quo Bias and Counterterrorism Detention,” 101 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 855 (2011).
  • “A Cup of Coffee After the Waterboard: Seemingly Voluntary Post-Abuse Statements” 59 DePaul L. Rev. 943 (2010).
  • “Institutional Legitimacy and Counterterrorism Trials,” 43 U. Rich. L. Rev. 967 (2009).

ANTHONY MILLER

Professor of Law

JD     Pepperdine University, 1977
MA    California State University, Long Beach, 1972
BA     California State University, Long Beach, 1967

News

On March 10, 2011, Professor Miller was appointed to a five-year term as a commisioner on the Los Angeles City Employee Relations Board. the board hears labor relations matters between the city and unions which represent all employees in the city,
similar to the role of the National Labor Relations Board.

Book

  • Family Law: Cases, Materials, and Problems (Lexis 3d ed. forthcoming 2012).

Article

  • “The Case for the Genetic Parent: Stanley, Quilloin, Caban, Lehr, and Michael H. Revisited,” 53 Loy. L. Rev. 395 (2007).

DEREK MULLER

Associate Professor of Law

JD     University of Notre Dame, 2007, summa cum laude
BA     Hillsdale College, 2004, summa cum laude

Articles

  • “More Thoughts on the Compact Clause and the National Popular Vote: A Response to Professor Hendricks,” 7 Election L.J. 227 (2008).
  • “The Compact Clause and the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact,” 6 Election L.J. 372 (2007).

GRANT NELSON

William H. Rehnquist Professor of Law

JD     University of Minnesota, 1963
BA     University of Minnesota, 1960

Books

  • Contemporary Property (with Dale A. Whitman, Colleen Medill, & Shelley Ross Saxer) (West 4th ed. forthcoming).
  • Equitable Remedies, Restitution, and Damages: Cases and Materials (West 8th ed. 2011). 
  • Cases and Materials on Real Estate Transfer, Finance, and Development. (West 8th ed. 2009).

Article

  • “Confronting the Mortgage Meltdown: A Brief for the Federalization of State Mortgage Foreclosure Law,” 37 PePP. L. rev. 583 (2010).

Presentations

  • “The Mortgage Meltdown: Where do We Go from here?” Western New England University School of Law (Mar. 7, 2011).
  • Moderated the Presentation of Winning Scholarly Papers, 2011 AALS Meeting (Jan. 2011).
  • Moderated Federalist Society Tenure Track Faculty Scholars Presentation, AALS Meeting (Jan. 2011).
  • Member of 2010–2011 AALS Scholarly Papers Competition Selection Committee (2010–11).
  • “Mortgage Foreclosure Crisis: Does State Pro-Debtor Foreclosure Law Worsen the Bill for Federal Taxpayers?” University of Pennsylvania School of Law, Student Federalist Society Chapter (Feb. 8, 2010).

GREGORY L. OGDEN

Professor of Law

LLM     Columbia University, 1981
LLM     Temple University, 1978
JD        University of California, Davis, 1973
BA        University of California, Los Angeles, 1970, cum laude

Book Chapter

  • “California Public Administrative Law,” in 41 (Chapters 470 to 472B) and 41A (Chapters 473 to 474C) California Forms of Pleading and Practice Annotated (LexisNexis, quarterly updates, including December 2006, April 2007,  September 2007, August 2009, January 2010, February 2011, August 2011).

Report

  • Revised Model State Administrative Procedure Act, National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL) (2006-2010).

Presentation

  • “New Rules of Evidence and Procedure for the State Bar of California,” Training for Prosecutors and Defense Counsel in Los Angeles and San Francisco (Jan. 2011).

L. TIMOTHY PERRIN

Vice Dean and Professor of Law

JD    Texas Tech University, 1987, cum laude
BA    Lubbock Christian University, summa cum laude

Books

  • The Art and Science of Trial Advocacy (with H. Mitchell Caldwell and Carol A. Chase) (Lexis 2d ed. 2011).
  • Case Files for Basic Trial Advocacy (with H. Mitchell Caldwell, Carol A. Chase & Naomi Harlan Goodno) (Lexis 2009).

Article

  • “The Perplexing Problem of Client Perjury,” 76 Fordham L. Rev. 1707 (2007, symposium issue).

ROBERT POPOVICH

Professor of Law

JD        Pepperdine University, 1989, summa cum laude
MBT    University of Southern California, 1977
BS        California State University, Northridge, 1975, with honors

News

  • Professor Popovich is serving as a Visiting Professor of Law at Southwestern Law School during the Fall 2011 semester and will return to Pepperdine for the spring term.

Book

  • Federal Income Tax (Exam Pro Series) (West 2d ed. 2007).

ROBERT J. PUSHAW

James Wilson Endowed Professor of Law

JD    Yale University, 1988
BA    La Salle College, 1980, summa cum laude

Book Chapters

  • “The Enemy Combatant Decisions,” in National Security, Civil Liberties, and the War on Terror (M. Katherine B. Darmer, Richard D. Fybel, eds. 2011).
  • “Justifying Wartime Limits on Civil Rights and Liberties,” in National Security, Civil Liberties, and the War on Terror (M. Katherine B. Darmer, Richard D. Fybel, eds. 2011).

Articles

  • “Limiting Article III Standing to ‘Accidental’ Plaintiffs: Lessons from Environmental and Animal Cases,” 45 Ga. L. Rev. 1 (2010).
  • “Creating Legal Rights for Suspected Terrorists: Is the Court Being Courageous or Politically Pragmatic?,” 84 Notre Dame L. Rev. 1975 (2009).

Presentation

  • “U.S. Supreme Court 2011 Term,” UCLA Law School (September 2011).

PETER ROBINSON

Managing Director, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, and Associate Professor of Law

JD    Hastings College of Law, 1980
BA    University of California, San Diego, 1977, magna cum laude

Articles

  • An Empirical Study of Settlement Conference Nuts and Bolts: Settlement Judges Facilitating Communication, Compromise, and Fear, Harv. Negot. L. Rev. (forthcoming).
  • Opening Pandora’s Box: An Empirical Exploration of Judicial Settlement Ethics and Techniques, 27 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. (forthcoming).
  • Settlement Conference Judge—Legal Lion or Problem Solving Lamb: An Empirical Documentation of Judicial Settlement Conference Practices and Techniques, 33 Am. J. Trial Advoc. 113 (2009).

Presentations

  • Planned and Facilitated Teaching ADR in Law Schools, Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, California (June 2011).
  • “Mediating the Litigated Case,” Calgary University School of Law, Calgary, Canada (May 2011).
  • “How to Teach a Law School Mediation Course for Chinese Professors,” Beijing Arbitration Commission, Beijing, China (funded by a grant by the U.S.-China Legal Cooperation Fund) (Jan. 2011).

SHELLEY ROSS SAXER

Professor of Law and Director, Wm. Matthew Byrne, Jr., Judicial Clerkship Institute

JD    University of California, Los Angeles, 1989
BS    Pepperdine University, 1980, summa cum laude

Books

  • Environmental Sustainability: Law and Policy (with Craig “Tony” Arnold, Hari Osofsky & Dan Tarlock) (Aspen forthcoming).
  • Contemporary Property (with Grant Nelson, Dale A. Whitman, and Colleen Medill) (West 4th ed. forthcoming).

Articles

  • The Fluid Nature of Property Rights in Water, 20 Duke Envtl. L. & Pol’y F. (forthcoming).
  • Plenty of Fish in the Sea? Managing Water Rights Using Fishing Rights as a Model, Marq. L. Rev. (forthcoming).

Presentations

  • “Association for Law, Property, and Society Annual Conference,” Georgetown School of Law (Mar. 2011).
  • “Expanding the First-Year Curriculum: Making Course Choices in the First Year,” The Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Conference (July 2011).

MARK S. SCARBERRY

Professor of Law

JD University of California, Los Angeles, 1978
AB Occidental College, 1975, magna cum laude

Book

  • Business Reorganization in Bankruptcy: Cases and Materials (with Klee, Newton & Nickles) (4th ed. Thomson-Reuters-West forthcoming).

Articles

  • A Critique of Congressional Proposals to Permit Modification of Home Mortgages in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, 37 Pepperdine L. Rev. 635 (2010, symposium issue).
  • Mortgage Wars Episode V—the Empiricist Strikes Back (or Out): A Reply to Professor Levitin’s Response, 37 Pepperdine L. Rev. 1277 (2010).
  • Historical Considerations and Congressional Representation for the District of Columbia: Constitutionality of the D.C. House Voting Rights Bill in Light of Section Two of the Fourteenth Amendment and the History of the Creation of the District, 60 Alabama L. Rev. 783 (2009).
  • John Leland and James Madison: Religious Influence on the Ratification of the Constitution and on the Proposal of the Bill of Rights, 113 Penn St. L. Rev. 733 (2009).

Presentation

  • “The Supreme Court Takes on Bankruptcy: Clarity and Confusion,” National Association of Attorneys General bankruptcy conference in Austin, Texas, Oct. 26, 2011.

THOMAS J. STIPANOWICH

Academic Director, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, William Webster Chair in Dispute Resolution, and Professor of Law

JD    University of Illinois, 1980, magna cum laude
MA   University of Illinois, 1976
BS    University of Illinois, 1974, highest honors

Books

  • College of Commercial Arbitrators Protocols for Expeditious, Cost-Effective Commercial Arbitration (College of Commercial Arbitrators,Thomas J. Stipanowich et al., eds., 2010).
  • Resolving Disputes: Theory and Practice for Lawyers (with Jay Folberg, Dwight Golann & Lisa Kloppenberg) (Aspen Publishers 2d ed. 2010).

Book Chapter

  • Revelation and Reaction: The Struggle to Shape American Arbitration, in Contemporary Issues in International Arbitration and Mediation: The Fordham Papers 2010 (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, forthcoming).

Article

  • The Third Arbitration Trilogy, Colum. Am. Rev. Int’l Arb. (forthcoming).

Presentations

  • Annual Conference on Dispute Resolution, Keynote Speaker, Minnesota Bar Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Oct. 2011).
  • “The Third Arbitration Trilogy and the Future of U.S. Arbitration,” Worlds of Work: Employment Dispute Resolution Systems Across the Globe, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, England, July, 2011
  • National Conference on Teaching ADR in Law Schools, Co-Organizer/ Moderator, Pepperdine University School of Law, June 21-22, 2011.

DEANELL REECE TACHA

Duane and Kelly Roberts Dean and Professor of Law

JD    University of Michigan School of Law, 1971, Order of the Coif
BA    University of Kansas, 1968

Articles

  • Diversity in the Judiciary: A Conversation with Deanell Tacha, 59 U. Kan. L. Rev. 1037 (2011).
  • Training the Whole Lawyer, 96 Iowa L. Rev. 1699 (2011).
  • In Memoriam: Requiem for a Goldsmith, 2010 B.Y.U. L. Rev. 353 (2010).
  • Women and Law: Challenging What Is Natural and Proper, 31 Nova L. Rev. 259 (2007).

PETER T. WENDEL

Professor of Law

JD    University of Chicago Law School, 1983, cum laude
MA   St. Louis University, 1980
BS    University of Chicago, 1979, cum laude

Book

  • Deconstructing Legal Analysis: A 1L Primer (Aspen 2009).

Articles

  • The Succession Rights of Adopted Adults: Trying to Fit a Square Peg into a Round Hole, 43 Creighton L. Rev. 815 (2010).
  • Protecting Newly Discovered Antiquities: Thinking Outside the “Fee Simple” Box, 76 Fordham L. Rev. 1015 (2007).

MAUREEN ARELLANO WESTON

Associate Dean for Research and Professor of Law

JD    University of Colorado, 1992 Order of the Coif
BA    University of Denver, 1987, magna cum laude

Books

  • Arbitration: Cases and Materials (with Stephen K. Huber) (3d ed. forthcoming).
  • Sports Law: Cases and Materials (and instructor’s manual) (7th ed. forthcoming).

Articles

  • NCAA Sanctions: Assigning Blame Where It Belongs, 52 B.C. L. Rev. 551 (2011).
  • The Other Avenues of Hall Street and Prospects for Judicial Review of Arbitral Awards, 14 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 929 (2010).

Presentations

  • “Legal Issues and the London 2012 Olympic Games,” Hot Topics in Sports and Business Conference, National Sports Law Institute, Marquette University School of Law (Oct. 21, 2011).
  • “Sports Law Dispute Resolution,” University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada (June 2011).
  • “Teaching Arbitration in an ADR Survey Course,” Conference on Teaching ADR, Malibu, California (June 2011).

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