Issue 4

Volume 70, Issue 4, 949-1140

A Man for All Seasons: A Remembrance of Geoffrey C. Hazard

David L. Faigman Volume 70, Issue 4, 949-954

Access to Justice and Routine Legal Services: New Technologies Meet Bar Regulators

Benjamin H. Barton & Deborah L. Rhode Volume 70, Issue 4, 955-988

Cornerstones of Civil Justice

Neil Andrews Volume 70, Issue 4, 1045-1056

Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.: An American in Paris

Loïc Cadiet Volume 70, Issue 4, 1057-1062

Learning from Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., by Example and Precept

Edward H. Cooper Volume 70, Issue 4, 1063-1066
HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, HASTINGS COLLEGE OF THE LAW

Hastings Law Journal is pleased to announce our Spring Symposium: The Jurisprudence of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy

On Friday February 1, 2019, U.C. Hastings and its flagship law journal sponsored an all-day symposium on its campus in San Francisco on the Jurisprudence of Justice Kennedy.

The symposium featured a conversation with Justice Kennedy and several of his former law clerks. For more videos from the symposium, please visit our symposium webpage, here.

About Hastings Law Journal

Since 1949, Hastings Law Journal has published scholarly articles, essays, and student Notes on a broad range of legal topics. With close to 100 members, HLJ publishes six issues each year reaching a large domestic and international audience. One of these issues may be dedicated to our periodic symposium, which features speeches, commentaries, and panel discussions on an area of current interest and development in the law.

UC Hastings’ flagship law review has contributed to the advancement of knowledge in legal thinking and case law through scholarly articles written by experts in the legal community. An occasional issue is devoted to a law symposium. Each Journal Volume publishes in December, February, April, May, June, and August.

Recent Topics

Recent topics have included: “Cybersecurity, Fake News & Policy: Dis- and Mis- Information,” “The Legal Dimension of 3D Printing,” “From Bench to Society: Law and Ethics at the Frontier of Genomic Technology,” and “Law & Policy of the Developing Brain: Neuroscience from Womb to Death.”

Recent Mentions by the Supreme Court of the United States

Recent Mentions by the Supreme Court of California

  • Williams & Fickett v. County of Fresno, 2 Cal.5th 1258 (2017), citing Kenneth A. Ehrman, Administrative Appeal and Judicial Review of Property Tax Assessments in California-The New Look, from Volume 22.
  • People v. Jackson, 1 Cal.5th 269 (2016), citing Andrew E. Taslitz, Does the Cold Nose Know? The Unscientific Myth of the Dog Scent Lineup, from Volume 42.

 

SCOCAblog

The Hastings Law Journal works jointly with Berkeley Law’s California Constitution Center to produce publications focused on substantive coverage of the Supreme Court of California.  We analyze cases and issues before the court, and report news about the court itself.  The contributors include former justices of the court, academics, and advocates experienced in appellate practice before the state high court.

View the most recent posts here.

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Topical Past Publications

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