Karen Shinberg Czapanskiy recently published a law review article about denying paternal rights to rapists and others who coerce conception. “The Constitution, Paternity, Rape, and Coerced Intercourse: No Protection Required,” Vol. 35, Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, pages 83-122 (2022). Also, became a Professor Emerita at the University of Maryland Carey School of Law, where she was on the faculty since 1983. Next article is about lead poisoning from water pipes when a landlord refuses to replace the pipes. It will appear next year in the Belmont Law Review.
Discriminatory Bylaws and Free SpeechBy Pat Joseph
On September 28, 2022, an opinion piece ran in the Los Angeles–based Jewish Journal that carried the alarming headline, “Berkeley Develops Jewish-Free Zones.”
Swift Justice: The Historic Fight for Gender Equality at Berkeley Law
ELEANOR SWIFT LEFT THE DEAN’S office at Boalt Hall, walked upstairs, and started packing her things. After a promising legal career and eight years as one of Berkeley School of Law’s most beloved professors, she had just been fired—her tenure denied by her overwhelmingly male peers.
Deep Water in Deep Trouble: Can We Save California’s Drying Aquifers?
It may not be a true meteorological “March Miracle,” but it’s close enough for government work, as government workers are wont to say. The series of storms that have battered California in recent weeks have pumped up the snowpack in the Sierra and swelled streams at lower elevations. And it looks like we could be […]