Professor Caso published an op-ed in Capitol Weekly: The Newspaper of California Government and Politics, entitled “Targeting Proposition 65’s ‘bounty hunter’ provision.” California voters passed Prop 65, officially titled The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act , more than two decades ago to safeguard the state’s drinking water supply and prevent human exposure to cancer-causing substances and toxins. Professor Caso argues that, although well-intentioned, “some aspects of Prop 65 must be reexamined and reformed in order to ensure the law continues to work for the public, rather than a few well-connected special interests.” Read his op-ed here.
When the annual State & Local Government Works-in-Progress Conference returns to the Fowler School of Law for its 10th anniversary this academic year, it will be made possible thanks to the conference’s co-founder, Kenneth Stahl, 2021 Kennedy Professor of Law and director of the law school’s Environmental, Land Use, and Real Estate Law certificate program.
The Chapman Family suffered a tremendous loss on July 14 when Fowler School of Law Professor Frank Doti was tragically killed in a car accident while travelling with his family. A member of the law school faculty since 1996, Doti founded both the Fowler School of Law’s Tax Law emphasis program and its Tax Law