Professor Nancy Schultz’s article “Law and Negotiation: Necessary Partners or Strange Bedfellows?” was recently published in the Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution (Volume 15, Number 1, 2013). Excerpt from the abstract: “How important is legal authority to the negotiation process? Scholars have discussed this issue and law students argue about it in negotiations classes. A
After receiving an invitation from Fowler Law alumni and twin brothers Turki Alshaalan (LL.M. ‘13) and Thamer Alshaalan (LL.M. ‘13), Professor David Dowling visited Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The brothers wanted Professor Dowling to visit their home country and speak to the law schools in Riyadh about mediation and dispute resolution. Professor Dowling visited King Saud
Professor Lawrence Rosenthal’s article “Binary Searches and the Central Meaning of the Fourth Amendment” was published in the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal (Volume 22, No. 881, 2014). Excerpt from the abstract: “Fourth Amendment jurisprudence is frequently accused of doctrinal incoherence. A primary reason is the persistence of two competing conceptions of ‘unreasonable’
Wes Miliband (JD ’05) focused on government affairs and land use subjects prior to attending law school at Chapman University. However, near the end of his first year it became clear to him that he wanted to pursue water law. Now, as a partner of Aleshire & Wynder, LLP, his main focus is water resources,
Professor Kenneth Stahl’s article “Local Government, ‘One Person, One Vote’, and the Jewish Question” was published in the Harvard Civil Rights – Civil Liberties Law Review (CR–CL) (Volume 49, Page 1-58, 2014). Excerpt from the abstract: “Enlightenment thinkers were transfixed by ‘the Jewish Question’ – how to incorporate the manifestly unassimilated Jewish community into a
Professor Kenneth Stahl’s article “Reliance in Land Use Law” was published in the Brigham Young University Law Review (Volume 2013, Issue 4, Rev. 949, 2014). Excerpt from the abstract: “For generations, Americans have tapped their life savings and assumed huge amounts of debt in order to achieve the American dream of owning their own home.
Sarah J. Nowels (JD ‘10), the 2014 Chair of the Orange County Bar Association (OCBA) Young Lawyers Division (YLD), authored “Serving as a YLD Leader: Individual Commitment to a Group Effort” in the July 2014 issue of Orange County Lawyer magazine. “This ‘individual commitment to a group effort’ is the catalyst for the YLD making
Professor Rita Barnett-Rose’s article “Informed Consent, Psychotropic Medications, and a Prescribing Physician’s Duty to Disclose Safer Alternative Treatments” was published in the DePaul Journal of Health Care Law (Volume 16, Number 1, Page 67, 2014). Excerpt from the abstract: “The use of psychotropic medication to treat any presumed mental health disorder always involves serious risks
Professor Scott Howe’s article “The Eighth Amendment as a Warrant against Undeserved Punishment” was published in the William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal (Volume 22, Issue 1, Page 91, October 2013). Excerpt from the abstract: “Should the Eighth Amendment prohibit all undeserved criminal convictions and punishments? There are grounds to argue that it must.
Professor Kenneth Stahl’s article “Neighborhood Empowerment and the Future of the City” was published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review (Volume 161, No. 4, March 2013). Excerpt from the abstract: “In any given metropolitan region, scores of municipalities are locked in a zero-sum struggle for mobile sources of jobs and tax revenue. This competition