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FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR LARA BAZELON authored the book Rectify: The Power of Restorative Justice After Wrongful Conviction, published by Beacon Press in October. She wrote several op-eds including ones in The Atlantic, Slate, the San Bernardino Sun, and The American Prospect. She presented or moderated at conferences hosted by the Appellate Judicial Attorneys Institute, Association for Professional Responsibility Lawyers, and American Bar Association. She also gave commentary to several news outlets, including KQED, Slate, NBC News, ABA Journal, and KRON4. PROFESSOR JOSHUA DAVIS presented “Ethical Issues Unique to the Consumer Space” at the Practicing Law Institute’s 23rd Annual Consumer Financial Services Institute in New York City. He moderated the panel “Navigating the Shifting Waters of Ethics in Class Actions” at the ABA’s Fifth Annual Western Regional CLE Program on Class Actions and Mass Torts in San Francisco, and was a panelist for “Moral/Legal Dilemmas in Regulating New Technology” at the 2018 California Western Legal Ethics Symposium in San Diego. He also presented his paper “Writing Better Jury Instructions: Antitrust as an Example” at the U.S. Department of Justice, Antitrust Division Competition Law and Policy Seminar in San Francisco. He was interviewed for articles in S&P Global, the San Diego Business Journal, and Courthouse News Service. MARSHALL P. MADISON PROFESSOR OF LAW CONNIE DE LA VEGA wrote the book A Practical Guide to Using International Human Rights and Criminal Law Procedures, forthcoming in 2018. She also wrote the article “Separating children from their parents violates international law” on the Equal Justice Society blog. She led a workshop on “How Clinical Experiences Can Help Students Pass the Bar Exam” at the 2018 Northern California Clinical Conference at Stanford University. She was featured in news segments on Univision and In Justice Today. PROFESSOR REZA DIBADJ wrote “Transaction Costs Matter” in “Eleven Things They Don’t Tell You About Law and Economics: An Informal Introduction to Political Economy and Law,” which will be published in University of Minnesota’s Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice. He also has a forthcoming article, “Disclosure as Delaware’s New Frontier,” in the spring 2019 issue of the Hastings Law Journal.

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PROFESSOR EMERITUS H. JAY FOLBERG was hosted in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, by Cambodian lawyers who studied at the USF School of Law in 1994-96 while Folberg was dean.

INTERIM DEAN AND PROFESSOR SUSAN FREIWALD’s article “At the Privacy Vanguard: California's Electronic Communication Privacy Act (CalECPA)” was published in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal. She was quoted in the articles “Facebook debacle could force US to catch up with Europe in privacy rules” in the San Francisco Chronicle; “Facebook says you ‘own’ all the data you post. Not even close, say privacy experts” in the Los Angeles Times; and “Mayor Farrell Advances Plan for Municipal Fiber Internet” in The Bay City Beacon.

PROFESSOR AND ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR FACULTY SCHOLARSHIP TRISTIN GREEN ’s article “Was Sexual Harassment Law a Mistake? The Stories We Tell” was published in the Yale Law Journal. She presented “Racial Entitlement” at the University of Washington School of Law Faculty Colloquia Series. She was quoted in “Twitter to Channel Walmart Legal Victory in Discrimination Suit” on Bloomberg Quint. PROFESSOR BILL ONG HING received the 2018 Distinguished Professor of the Year Award from the USF School of Law. His article “Entering the Trump ICE Age: Contextualizing the New Immigration Enforcement Regime” was published in the Texas A&M Law Review. He presented “Beyond DACA: Civil Disobedience and Employer Sanctions” at Cornell Law School’s Faculty Legal Studies Workshop. He was interviewed by Mother Jones, San Francisco Chronicle, NBC News, and many other media outlets about immigration law. PROFESSOR PETER JAN HONIGSBERG wrote the forthcoming book Straying from Honor: Untold Stories of Guantanamo, to be published in 2019 by Beacon Press. He was a finalist for the 2018 ABA Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts in the multimedia category. He was interviewed for the article "The Tragedy And Uselessness Of Torture" by Inquisitr.

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