April 19, 2021 | 1:00PM to 2:00PM
The California Law Review, Berkeley Technology Law Journal, and Ecology Law Quarterly are excited to cohost a panel on publishing a student note. The panel, consisting of professors and student authors, will discuss opportunities to develop your writing and the ways in which publishing a student note can help your law career. Please join us to find out if note-writing is a good fit for you and, if so, some tips for fall 2021 course registration! Reach out CLR‘s Senior Notes Editor, Amy Reavis, with any questions: email@example.com.
If you require an accommodation for effective communication (ASL interpreting/CART captioning, alternative media formats, etc.) to fully participate in this event, please contact Amy Reavis at firstname.lastname@example.org with as much advance notice as possible.
Talha Syed teaches at UC Berkeley Law. His research and teaching interests are in Intellectual Property, Antitrust, Tort Law, and Law and Political Economy. He taught the Law Technology Writing Workshop in Fall 2019 and Fall 2020. His work has been published in, among others, Yale Law Journal, Texas Law Review, and The Berkeley Technology Law Journal.
Robert Infelise (’80) is a Christopher Edley, Jr. Lecturer and the former acting director of the Center for Law, Energy & the Environment. He is a senior litigation partner at Cox, Castle, and Nicholson, and formerly the managing partner of Cox Castle’s San Francisco office. His practice emphasizes matters involving soil and groundwater contamination. Professor Infelise has taught at Berkeley Law since 1994. Among other courses, he teaches Environmental Law & Policy and the Environmental Law Writing Seminar. He is proud to be the faculty advisor to ELQ.
Joy Milligan is an Assistant Professor of Law. Professor Milligan received her PhD in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from UC Berkeley. Prior to obtaining her PhD, she served as Assistant Counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund as a Skadden Fellow and was a fellow at the Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy. She published a student note, “Pluralism in America: Why Judicial Diversity Improves Legal Decisions About Political Morality” in the New York University Law Review.
Meet’s note, ‘New SCA Framework to Unclothe the Business Model Attack,’ was written in the Law and Technology Writing Workshop. His piece suggests a new analytical framework for courts to use when analyzing modern cases under the SCA. The framework and the modernized conceptualizations of the SCA underlying it help structure the SCA analysis and clarify the business model attack on social media companies.”
Betsy Marshall (’22) is an outgoing Articles Editor for ELQ. Her note, “A Potentially Responsible Party Walks into a Bar: Using State Common Law to Encourage Efficient CERCLA Cleanups” is forthcoming in ELQ. She previously published a comment in ELQ about the application of the public trust doctrine on the shores of the Great Lakes.
Madison Lo (’21) is an Associate Editor for CLR. Her note, “A Domestic Violence Dystopia: Abuse Via the Internet of Things and Remedies Under Current Law,” is published in the February 2021 issue of CLR. Her piece discusses the implications of Internet of Things technologies on domestic violence, analyzes current remedies, and offers suggestions for reform within and beyond the legal system.