posted Nov 02, 2018

The University of Washington School of Law is proud to announce the following faculty updates.

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS

Jennifer S. Fan, An Unlikely Pairing: The Role of Corporations in Social Movements, Harv. Bus. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2019).

Jennifer S. Fan, Innovating Inclusion: The Impact of Women on Private Company Boards, Fla. St. U. L. Rev. (forthcoming 2019).

Jennifer S. Fan, Catching Disruption: Regulating Corporate Venture Capital, Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 341-425. (2018).

Lisa Kelly and Kim Ambrose, Representing Youth: Telling Stories, Imagining Change, Carolina Academic Press, (2017).

Jackie McMurtrie, The Role of the Social Sciences in Preventing Wrongful Convictions, Amer. Crim. L. Rev. 1271-87. (2005).

*Listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: CJRN: Other Crime & Psychology (Topic).

Scott Schumacher, Handling A Case With Potential Criminal Problems, Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS, 7th Edition (A.B.A. 2018) (with Mark E. Matthews).

FACULTY PRESENTATIONS

Kim Ambrose

Speaker, The Collateral Consequences of Criminal Convictions in Washington State, Washington State Courts Spring Judicial Appellate Program, March 2018.

Panelist, The War on Drugs and Its Disproportionate Effect on Minorities, with The Honorable Judge Wesley Saint Clair and The Honorable Judge Ricardo Martinez, Social Justice Tuesday, University of Washington School of Law, February 2018.

Speaker, Seizing the Moment: Effective Sentencing of Youth, Washington State Senate Human Services and Corrections Committee, January 2018.

Speaker, Kids and Young Adults Are Different: Individualized Sentencing Based on Youth, Continuing Legal Education, Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, December 2017.

Speaker, Seizing the Moment: Effective Sentencing of Youth, Washington State House of Representatives Public Safety Committee, November 2017.

Speaker, Juvenile Brain Development and Sentencing, Washington State Sentencing Guidelines Commission, October 2017.

Speaker, Race, Class and Culture Matters: Practical Strategies to Ethically and Effectively Challenge Bias in the Criminal Justice System, Forging the Path with Emerging Science in Homicide and Death Penalty Cases, University of Washington School of Law, September 2017.

Christine N. Cimini

Lawyerings’ Effect on Social Change:  An Immigration Enforcement Case Study, Law and Society Annual Meeting, June 2018.

Community Lawyering’s Effect on Social Change: An Immigration Enforcement Case Study, Clinical Writers’ Workshop, New York University Law School, September 2017.

Rethinking Modern Immigration Policy, Evans School of Public Policy, University of Washington, February 2017.

Changes to the Immigration Landscape Post 2017 Presidential Election, University of Washington School of Law, February 2017.

Jennifer S. Fan

Washington Pro Bono Patent Network, Startup Week Seattle, October 2018.

An Unlikely Pairing: The Role of Corporations in Social Movements, Junior Business Law Colloquium, July 2018.

Law and Community: Helping to Create Legal Resources, Visiting Chinese Judicial Delegation, U.S. State Department International Visitors Leadership Program, July 2018.

The Art of Counseling Entrepreneurs, 17th Annual Transactional Clinical Conference, April 2018.

Transactional Law and Skills: Access to Justice and Transactional Law, Annual Meeting, Association of American Law Schools, January 2018. 

Unlocking UW Resources, Startup Week Seattle, October 2017. 

Alejandra Gonza

Bringing Clinical Diversity through International Representation of Human Rights Defenders, Midwest Clinical Legal Education Conference, October 2018.

The Implementation of Decisions and Friendly Settlements before the IAHRS, Forum of the Inter-American Human Rights System, December 2017.

Jackie McMurtrie

The Pursuit of Justice: Law, Leadership, and the Role of the Civil Rights Activist, The Center for Civil and Human Rights, Gonzaga University School of Law, September 2018.

The Future of Forensic Science Reform, Law Review Symposium, Georgia State University Law School, April 2018.

Scott Schumacher

Spotting Potential Criminal Tax Issues, IRS Annual LITC Grantee Conference, December 2017.

Christopher Strawn

Advocacy Before the Immigration Courts and Agencies, New Lawyers and Advocates Training, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, September 2018.

Countries of Removal and the Designation Process, Seattle Asylum Training, American Immigration Lawyers Association, June 2018.

Options for Relief from Removal: Training and Practice Advisory, Northwest Chapter Annual Training, American Immigration Lawyers Association, March 2018.

Updates and Issues in Asylum Law, Asylum Law Training, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, March 2018. 

Immigration Updates Through the Lens of One Former Shoreline Student, Shoreline Community College, January 2018.