People

Affiliated Faculty

  • Michele Bratcher Goodwin

    Michele Bratcher Goodwin

    Chancellor’s Professor of Law
    Director, Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy
    Bioethics, Constitutional Law, Family Law, Human Rights, Medical Law, Reproductive Rights
  • Aileen Anderson

    Aileen Anderson

    Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
    Associate Director, Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell Center
    Director, Christopher Reeve Foundation Spinal Cord Injury Core Facility
    Spinal cord injury, human CNS stem cell engraftment in the injured CNS, mechanisms for promotion of neurological recovery

  • Alejandro Camacho

    Alejandro Camacho

    Professor of Law
    Director, Center for Land, Environment, and Natural Resources
    Environmental Law, Natural Resource Law, Land Use Regulation, Regulatory Design, Government Organization
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    Elizabeth Cauffman

    Professor of Psychology & Social Behavior and Education
    Adolescent development, mental health, juvenile justice, legal and social policy

  • Brian J. Cummings

    Brian J. Cummings

    Associate Professor of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Anatomy & Neurobiology
    Associate Director, Sue and Bill Gross Stem Cell Center
    Derivation and characterization of ES, iPS, and adult neural stem cell lines, interaction between human neural stem cells and the injured CNS, therapeutic use of human neural stem cells using in vitro models and in vivo models of disease

  • Wendy Goldberg

    Wendy Goldberg

    Professor of Psychology & Social Behavior and Education
    Developmental Psychology, Work and Family, Infant Sleep, Transition to Parenthood
  • Sidney H. Golub

    Sidney H. Golub

    Research Professor, Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, School of Medicine
    Director, Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center
    Science policy, stem cell policy, research ethics, NK lymphocytes, cancer immunotherapy
  • Kaaryn Gustafson

    Kaaryn Gustafson

    Professor of Law
    Co-Director, Center on Law, Equality and Race (CLEaR)
    Welfare and Economic Policy, Criminal Law and Procedure, Interdisciplinary Research on Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Socioeconomic Inequality
  • Laura Hyun Yi Kang

    Laura Hyun Yi Kang

    Chair & Associate Professor, Gender and Sexuality Studies
    Associate Professor, Comparative Literature and English
    Feminist and Gender Studies, Feminist Epistemologies and Theories, Political Economies of Globalization, Cultural Studies, Ethnic Studies

  • Elizabeth Loftus

    Elizabeth Loftus

    Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Social Behavior, Professor of Law
    Eyewitness Testimony, Psychology and Law, Human Memory
  • Andrew Noymer

    Andrew Noymer

    Associate Professor, Public Health
    Health and Mortality, Selective Mortality, Multi-Cause Interaction, Demography, Mathematical Sociology
  • Song Richardson

    Song Richardson

    Professor of Law
    School of Law
    Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, Constitutional Law, Law Enforcement, Psychology and Law
  • Bryan Sykes

    Bryan Sykes

    Assistant Professor of Criminology, Law & Society
    Demography, Punishment and Mass Incarceration, Health, Fertility, Research Methods, Statistics, Social Inequality
  • Shauhin Talesh

    Shauhin Talesh

    Assistant Professor of Law
    Joint appointment in Law, and Criminology, Law & Society, and Sociology
    Insurance Law, Organizations, Consumer Law, Civil Procedure, Law and Organizations, Legal Mobilization
  • Kristin Turney

    Kristin Turney

    Associate Professor of Sociology
    Social Inequality, Child Wellbeing, Population Health, Incarceration and Punishment, Intergenerational Transmission of Disadvantage

Center Fellows

  • Lynne Riddle

    Hon. Lynne Riddle (Ret.)

    Senior Distinguished Fellow

    Lynne Riddle was appointed to the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California in 1988 and served until her retirement in 2002. Before her appointment to the bench, she practiced law in Santa Ana as a sole practitioner. During that time, she developed a special interest in bankruptcy fraud and often served as special counsel to bankruptcy trustees.

    Judge Riddle has remained active in the pursuit of justice. In 2004, she traveled to Oregon to serve as the AFL-CIO's Election Protection Coordinator for four months. Since 2014, she has been involved with the Community Action Fund Board for Planned Parenthood throughout the Orange and San Bernardino counties.

    She started her career in education and taught educational philosophy at various universities, including Syracuse University, California State University, Long Beach, The University of Iowa and Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

    She earned her J.D. from the University of California, Hastings School of Law, her Ed.D. from Syracuse University, and was a post-doctoral scholar in the Department of Philosophy at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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    Jaime Allgood

    Senior Research Fellow
    Reproductive Justice Initiative

    Jaime Allgood is a doctoral candidate in public health at UC Irvine. She focuses on two main areas: environmental health including exposure assessment methods for flame retardant chemicals and health impacts of regulations and legislation. Ms. Allgood received her BA/MA in Women’s Studies with a maternal and child health concentration from UCLA. She plans on attending law school after the completion of her doctoral degree.

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    Monica Ramsey

    Center Fellow

    Monica Ramsy is a storyteller, advocate, and educator currently pursuing her J.D. at the University of California Berkeley School of Law. After earning her B.A. in Gender Studies (with a minor in Natural Sciences) from the University of Southern California, Monica worked as a campus organizer for the Feminist Majority Foundation, as a sexual health educator for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, and as a researcher at UCLA's Iris Cantor Women's Health Education and Research Center.

    As a law student at Boalt, Monica works as a member of the Oakland Law Collective’s anti-sexual harassment and gender discrimination initiative, as a member of The Journal of Middle Eastern and Islamic Law, and as part of Berkeley Law’s Juvenile Education Advocacy Project. Monica is particularly passionate about anti-oppression work that focuses on the intersections between sexual health and mental health in communities of color. Ultimately, Monica hopes to translate her passion for feminist activism into a career devoted to promoting the sexual, emotional, and communal health of diasporic communities and other communities of color through a career in feminist, sociological, humanity(ies)-driven legal scholarship and advocacy.

Contact

Michele Goodwin
Director
mgoodwin@law.uci.edu
(949) 824-3897

Brittany Taylor
Faculty Assistant
btaylor@law.uci.edu
(949) 824-9808