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Faculty News
10/11/2017 3:18:01 PM
Professor Joanna Sax Featured on Health Law Podcast, Discusses GMOs and Food Safety Regulation
Professor Joanna K. Sax Lecturing

Professor Joanna Sax addresses food regulation, GMOs, and the role that international food supply plays on an episode of the This Week in Health Law podcast.

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Faculty News
10/6/2017 12:20:49 PM
Distinguished Practitioner Mario Conte Honored for Promoting Language and Literacy
Mario G. Conte to address attendees of the ABA/AALS one-day program on criminal justice during AALS Midyear meeting

Mario G. Conte was one of eight honorees at the syndicated public radio program A Way with Words’ tenth anniversary celebration, recognized as an educator and community leader who promotes better communication and literacy.

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Faculty News
9/20/2017 3:08:59 PM
Professor Nancy Kim Featured on Marketplace Tech Podcast to Discuss Causes of Equifax Data Breach
Professor Nancy S. Kim
Professor of Internet Studies Nancy S. Kim appears on the Marketplace Tech podcast to discuss why the general public is seemingly unconcerned about the recent Equifax security breach, and how lax security and privacy laws were to blame for the hack. Learn More
Faculty News
9/19/2017 1:43:03 PM
Professor James Cooper Examines What's at Stake for the U.S. in a World Without NAFTA
California Western Professor James Cooper articulates the devastating possible effects of a President Trump-proposed American abandonment of NAFTA. Learn More
Faculty News
5/4/2017 3:15:15 PM
Throttled: CWSL’s Art Neill Addresses Attempt to Curb Net Neutrality
Art Neill - New Media Rights
Art Neill, director of the law school’s New Media Rights clinic, discussed on KPBS what he deems to be a “dangerous, misguided effort to undo the Obama administration’s 2015 open internet rules.” Learn More