Presentations

Prof. Goodwin at Korea University School of Law
Oct. 10, 2016: Prof. Goodwin presented a lecture on “Patenting Human Genes and Ownership of the Human Body” at Korea University School of Law.

Aileen Anderson

  • Introduction to Stem Cell Research, Orange County Summit on Regenerative Medicine (2014)
  • StemCells Inc. and Asterias Biotherapeutics at Alliance for Regenerative Medicine Investor Day (2013)

Brian Cummings

  • Introduction to Stem Cell Research, Orange County Summit on Regenerative Medicine (2014)
  • Immunosuppressant Directed Differentiation of Human Neural Stem Cells and Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury, University of California System-Wide Technology Transfer Forum (2009)

Alejandro Camacho

  • De-extinction, Legal Dualisms, and Reframing Conservation Policy, North American Ornithological Conference (August 2016)
  • CLEANR and Climate Change Adaptation, Sierra Club of Orange County (June 2016)
  • NEPA, the ESA, and the Functional Tradeoffs of Inter-Agency Coordination, Sustainability Conference of American Legal Educators (May 2016)
  • Improving Habitat Conservation Planning, CLE International Endangered Species Act Conference (February 2016)
  • Redeveloping Democracy: Capturing the Public and Private Value(s) of Land Use, UCI Law CLEANR Roundtable (December 2015)

Wendy A. Goldberg

  • Rising Trend of Intergroup Romantic Relationships: Capturing the Family Context, Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference (January 2016)
  • Parent Perceptions of Physical Activity in Toddlers with Autism: Associations with BMI and Sedentary Behavior, American College of Sports Medicine (May 2015)
  • Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder: Communication and Correspondence Among Classification, Diagnosis, and Parental Concern, Pediatric American Societies (April 2015)
  • Interracial/Intercultural Dating as a Potential Source of Parent-Child Conflict, Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting (March 2015)
  • Theory of Mind as a “Developmental Pathway” to School Readiness in Children with and without Autism Spectrum Disorder, Society for Research in Child Development Bi-Annual Conference (March 2015)

Sidney Golub

  • Stem Cells: Cures or Clones? The Facts and Frictions of Human Stem Cells (May 2014)
  • Stem Cells: Ethical and Policy Issues, The Time Warp Regional Gathering (2010)
  • Academic and Research Administration 101, Network of Minority Researcher Investigators Workshop (April 2008)

Michele Goodwin

  • Hospital Snitches: Privacy, Debt, and Corporate Responsibility, Clifford Symposium (April 2016)
  • Honoring Paul Redleaf, Family Defense Center and ACLU of Minnesota (April 2016)
  • Federal and State Regulation of Sex and Labor Trafficking, California Bar Association (January 2016)
  • From Selma to Ferguson: Reflections on Police, Policing, and Protests, American Association of Law Schools (January 2016)
  • Human Rights and The Rights of Non Humans, College of Law & Business (January 2016)

Kaaryn Gustafson

  • Integration 2.0: Race and Diversity in LSA, Law & Society Annual Meeting (2014)
  • Cheating Welfare: Public Assistance and the Criminalization of Poverty, UC Irvine School of Law CLEaR Symposium (2014)
  • The Legal Manufacture of Hardworking Bastards, Yale Law School CRT Conference (2014)
  • Fifty Years After the War on Poverty: TANF and Nutritional Assistance, Association of American Law School Annual Meeting (2014)
  • The Legal Manufacture of Hardworking Bastards, Fordham Law School Faculty Workshop (2013)

Laura Hyun Yi Kang

  • The Traffic in Asian Women, A/P/A Studies Program in the NYU Department of Social & Cultural Analysis
  • Thinking About Interdisciplinarity in Ethnic and Women’s Studies, The Center for Research on Women and Social Justice, UC Santa Barbara
  •  Roderick A. Ferguson’s Reorder of Things: The Universities and Its Pedagogies of Minority Difference Roundtable Discussion, Revolutionizing American Studies, CUNY

Elizabeth F. Loftus

  • The Fiction of Memory, TEDGlobal Conference (June 2013)
  • Post 9/11: Science, Policy, & Law: False Memory and Confessions, Beckman Center at UC Irvine (October 2011)
  • ABC Radio National: Professor Loftus talks on Australian Radio about Reliability of Eyewitnesses

Andrew Noymer

  • Beyond “Best Practices”: Waiting Times to Life Expectancy Improvements, PAA (2013)
  • Influenza Mortality in the United States, IMED (2013)
  • Cancer Mortality Patterns in Pacific Islander Populations: A Comparative Analysis of American Samoa, Guam, Hawai’i, and Saipan, 2nd Asian Population Association Conference (2012)
  • Life Expectancy During the Great Depression in Eleven European Countries, European Population Conference (2012)
  • Influenza as a Proportion of Pneumonia and Influenza Mortality, PAA (2012)

L. Song Richardson

  • Sixth Annual Conference on Public Defense, Seattle, WA (March 2016)
  • Implicit Racial Bias in Federal Defense Practices, National Conference for Chief Federal Defenders (February 2016)
  • Implicit Racial Bias in Decision Making and Judgement in the Justice System, First District Appellate Project 2016 Annual Training Seminar (February 2016)
  • Empirical Methods Workshop, AALS Annual Meeting (January 2016)
  • Reforming Law and Scholarship by Disciplinary Design, AALS Annual Meeting (January 2016)

Bryan L. Sykes

  • A New (Indirect) Method for Detecting Multi-Partner Fertility in Social Surveys: The Age Reporting Discontinuity (ARD), University of California, Berkeley (2016)
  • A New Malthusian Population Check: Mass Incareration and Quantum-Tempo Distortions in American Fertility, U.S. 1990-2006, Oxford University (2016)
  • The Unique Social, Economic, and Legal Benefits of ‘Station House Defense’, Northwestern University School of Law (2016)
  • A Wealth of Inequalities: Mass Incarceration, Employment, and Racial Disparities in Household Wealth, U.S. 1996-2011, The Center for the Study of Wealth and Inequality, Columbia University (2016)
  • A Wealth of Inequalities: Mass Incarceration, Employment, and Racial Disparities in Household Wealth, U.S. 1996-2011, University of Southern California (2016)

Shauhin Talesh

  • Data Breach, Privacy and Cyber Liability Insurance: How Insurance Companies Act as “Compliance Managers” for Businesses, University of Minnesota Faculty Workshop (October 2016)
  • Data Breach, Privacy and Cyber Liability Insurance: How Insurance Companies Act as “Compliance Managers” for Businesses, University of California, Hastings Faculty Workshop (September 2016)
  • Strategies for Success on the Law Job Market, UC Berkeley Wokshop on Going on the ALw Job Market (September 2016)
  • Professionalism in Law School and the Legal Profession, UCI Law Student Development Workshop (August 2016)
  • Data Breach, Privacy and Cyber Liability Insurance: How Insurance Companies Act as “Compliance Managers” for Businesses, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, UC Berkeley (June 2016)

Kristin Turney

  • The Intergenerational Consequences of Parental Health Limitations, Population Association of America (May 2015)
  • Relationship Churning and Parenting Stress, Population Association of America (May 2015)
  • Stress Proliferation Across Generations? Examining the Relationship between Parental Incarceration and Childhood Health, American Sociological Association (August 2014)

Contact

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

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