"China’s crackdown on lawyers sparks debate on party’s strength" mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-wo… Prof @keithjhand @McClatchyDC
"Professor Marsha Cohen (@msprof) is on a mission."
Barry Bonds criminal prosecution formally dropped by DOJ without conviction: ow.ly/PUjAh Prof @RoryLittle available for comment.
"So many bodies of water. Let’s go bike them all." @Schillerbikes Founder & CEO @judahschiller '02
Bringing in the Sabbath at San Quentin - UCHastings
Free coffee & donuts/fruits will be available in Student Services every Wednesday until the week of the CA bar exam.
The impact of China′s new crackdown on civil rights | East Asian Legal Studies Director @keithjhand via @dw_english -
News & Upcoming Events from the East Asian Legal Studies program at #UCHastings, via Prof @keithjhand
Congrats to #UCHastings @SuperLawyers Lisa Charbonneau, Kelly Tuffo, Heather Coffman & Shelline Bennett at @lcwlegal!
Welcome to the neighborhood @TLMuseumSF! "New Tenderloin museum celebrates area’s gritty history," via @SFGate -
New on the Facebook page: An interactive map! Click on buildings for video intros, pics, more:
UC Hastings Honors Gala 2015 - Celebrating Justice Marvin R. Baxter '66, Xochitl Carrion '07, & Prof Richard Marcus:
We are pleased to present for your use the UC Hastings Online Alumni Directory!
"I was motivated by a desire to fight for economic fairness." Q & A with Kevin Sciarani '14 - UCHastings
“Anything can look cheap if you don’t count the costs associated with it.” - Prof @JoanCWilliams via @BostonGlobe
Fiesta! Liz Bing shares a Coke & a smile at today's summer party!
"another big step" - UC Hastings Develops Cooperative Program in Taiwan -
An American Artist Rediscovered: Yasuo Kuniyoshi | @frankhwu via @HuffPostArts -
David Chang '14 was recently cited by the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in its Caplinger v. Medtronic, 784 F.3d 1335, 1338 (10th Cir. 2015) decision. David's Hastings Law Journal note, "Internalizing the External Costs of Medical Device Preemption" (from Hastings Law Journal Volume 65, No. 1) addressed the issue of when federal laws preempt state tort medical device claims. The Tenth Circuit cited David's note for the proposition that the courts have not "provide[d] much guidance as to what constitutes a parallel claim" and thus lower courts have struggled in deciding which state claims are preempted by federal medical device laws. David is currently a Commercial Litigation Associate at Reed Smith LLP's San Francisco office.