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Introducing USF's Blockchain Law for Social Good Center
USF's new blockchain law center works to show the ways blockchain technology can be useful in advancing policy and legal objectives that serve the public and advance socially impactful innovation.

Can You Be Accidentally Liable: Blockchain Law for Social Good Center
The first event in our Algorand Speaker Series: the future of decentralized autonomous organizations' liability and regulation

Law Review Symposium Panel 2: social justice, wrongful conviction and the adversary system
Panelists Tuolumne County District Attorney Cassandra Jenecke '13, Laurie Levenson Professor of Law and John Lewis Chair for Civil Rights and Social Justice at Loyola Law School, and Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen discuss social just...

Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx: Keynote Address
State Attorney Kim Foxx speaks on "Race, Justice, and the Role of the Prosecutor in a Post-George Floyd Era" during the 2023 Law Review Symposium at USF School of Law

2023 Law Review Symposium, The Future of Prosecution, Panel 1
Panelists Contra Costa County DA Diana Becton, LA County DA George Gascón, SF County DA Brooke Jenkins, Alameda County DA Pamela Price, and San Mateo County DA Steve Wagstaffe discuss deterrence, justice, and community safety.

This is USF Law Today
Whatever your career ambitions, the University of San Francisco School of Law can help you get there. You’ll graduate ready to meet the legal needs of your clients today and our society tomorrow. Make justice your mission and grow your career from ...

San Francisco District Attorney Candidates' Debate
Filmed by SFGovTV, the four candidates running for San Francisco District Attorney shared their thoughts on the city's crime rates and their visions for criminal justice and accountability.

Animals and Restorative Justice Symposium
Co-presented by USF's Justice for Animals Program and Vermont Law School's Center for Justice Reform and Animal Law and Policy Institute, the symposium brought together practitioners, academics, service providers, researchers, and others who are cons...

Become An Agent For Change with USF's Justice for Animals Program
USF Law's Justice for Animals Program tackles difficult practical questions about how to regulate the use of animals in major commercial sectors, as well as theoretical questions about animals' legal status and what our legal system owes animals as a...

USF Presents: Forces At Play: The Future of Tax Policy, 2022 E. L. Wiegand Lecture
Steptoe & Johnson partner and 2022 E.L. Wiegand Fellow Eric Solomon discusses legislative processes, regulations trends, and challenges facing tax law administration.

2022 Law Review Symposium: Keynote Address by Dean Erwin Chemerinsky
Constitutional Law Scholar Dean Erwin Chemerinsky, UC, Berkeley School of Law

USF School of Law: 2022 Law Review Symposium, Panel 2.
Social Media Platforms as Public Forums, Trumping the Private Actor Rule, and Protecting Online Users

Become an Agent of Change With USF's Justice For Animals Program
USF Law's Justice for Animals Program tackles difficult practical questions about how to regulate the use of animals in major commercial sectors, as well as theoretical questions about animals' legal status and what our legal system owes animals as a...

International Law in the Financial & Corporate Capital of San Francisco”
Presented by USF's Academic Director of the International Programs Connie de la Vega. Professor de la Vega has co-authored two publications: "The American Legal System for Foreign Lawyers" and "International Human Rights Law: An Introduction", and wa...

Two Riders on the Beach: One Family's Quest to Recover Their Stolen Past
USF Law alum Peter Toren, JD ’85 shares the inspiring story of the years he and his father have spent pursuing an art collection that was stolen from their family by the Nazis during WWII. In conversation with USF Law adjunct professor and art law...

Superstars, Underrepresented Minorities, and Candidate Pools in Hiring
16th Annual Jack Pemberton Lecture on Workplace Justice

2021 Hamill Family Lecture with Amanda Knox
Amanda Knox is an exoneree, journalist, and author of the New York Times best-selling memoir, Waiting to Be Heard (2013). Between 2007 and 2015, she spent nearly four years in an Italian prison and eight years on trial for a murder she didn’t commi...

The Inner and Outer Work of Social Justice with USF Law Prof. Rhonda Magee and Marisa Rodriguez '08
As a former member of the SF District Attorney's Office and a current city administrator, Director Rodriguez will discuss her current work in law and public policy on behalf of the City of San Francisco, and she'll discuss how her personal mindfulnes...

International Law LLM at USF
Hear from alumna Laura Rivera Marinero '09 about how her experience in the International Transactions & Comparative Law LLM Program at USF impacted her career and led to her position with the United Nations.

Barnett Family Lecture with Prof. Lara Bazelon and Alameda County Public Defender Brendon Woods '96
Race, crime, & justice: Professor Bazelon in conversation with Alameda County Public Defender and USF School of Law alumnus Brendon Woods '96

The Inner and Outer Work of Social Justice: Prof. Rhonda Magee and Dean Camille Nelson
We are living in a time of interlocking pandemics: COVID-19, structural racism, and political divisiveness permeate our lives. We are all vulnerable, and yet some are in greater need of justice in law and policy than others. How might we explore the ...

2021 E. L. Wiegand Visiting Fellow Lecture with Prof. Heather Field
2021 E. L. Wiegand Visiting Fellow Professor Heather Field on how good tax lawyers go wrong: aggressive tax planning, bounded ethicality, and the meaning of ethical tax lawyering.

USF Racial Justice Clinic: Advancing Equality and Combating Injustice
In the Racial Justice Clinic, USF Law students challenge injustice and hone their advocacy skills through a ground-breaking collaboration with the San Francisco District Attorney's Office.

2021 Law Review Symposium: Panel Discussion on Tech Innovations
As technology rapidly evolves, we have a duty to capitalize on innovation by creating platforms that help victims of human trafficking. This panel explores the need for harnessing technology to combat human trafficking and ways agencies can partner t...

2021 Law Review Symposium Keynote Address by DA O'Malley
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley discusses HEAT Watch, a nationally recognized model for combating human trafficking.

Climate Change and the Nonhuman World
Join Professors Alice Kaswan and Matthew Liebman as they discuss how climate change is impacting animal welfare and the limits of existing environmental laws. Flipping the perspective, they will also explore how animal agriculture contributes to th...

USF Law Spotlight on Alumnus David Joseph Sutton
David Joseph Sutton '08 is the Los Angeles Trial Chief of the Federal Public Defender's Office. USF Law provides the practical and theoretical training all criminal attorneys need to succeed as justice warriors, in whatever area of the criminal justi...

A Message from Dean Freiwald, Summer 2020
"A Message from Dean Freiwald, Summer 2020"

Music Law in the Age of Covid-19
Join Prof. Maria Ontiveros for a conversation with music attorney Josh Binder '01, whose clients include Kendrick Lamar, Marshmello, Gunna and Cardi B. In addition to getting insights into the practice of music law, we will discuss the challenges and...

How the Trump Administration Has Weakened Environmental Policies in Response to COVID
COVID-19's long reach has extended into environmental policy. Prof. Alice Kaswan and environmental attorney Joshua Bloom, '90 will review and discuss recent Trump Administration initiatives to weaken environmental protections, including foregoing enf...

USF Law Externships in the Remote World
Both in the remote environment and in-person,the USF Law Externships Program trains students through hands-on legal work in government agencies, corporate legal departments, law firms, nonprofit organizations, and state and federal courts.

How COVID-19 has Impacted the Real Estate Industry
The COVID-19 virus pandemic has disrupted nearly every aspect of the real estate industry. From purchases of real property to commercial leasing to residential tenancies and eviction protocols, the pandemic has both temporary and permanent implicati...

Discussion: Racism and Injustice in the United States
Professors Rhonda Magee and Lara Bazelon lead a conversation about systemic racism and injustice following the killing of George Floyd, the Central Park encounter, the Arbery shooting, and other incidents where Black lives have been threatened or tak...

Swearing in Ceremony Spring 2020
University of San Francisco, School of Law, June 2020 Swearing In Ceremony

Dad's for Daughters: Building Allyship for Gender Equity at Work and Home
USF Law Professor Michelle Travis will discuss how today’s dads are raising confident, empowered daughters who believe they can achieve anything. But the world is still profoundly unequal, with workplaces built by men, a massive gender pay gap, and...

Public Defenders and Public Safety during and after a Pandemic with Dean Strang and Manohar Raju
Please join USF Law Visiting Professor Dean Strang and San Francisco Public Defender Manohar Raju, to hear how the Public Defender's office is responding to the serious public health concerns related to the spread of COVID-19, and how this office has...

How COVID-19 Has Impacted Immigration in the United States with Prof. Bill Hing
USF Law Professor Bill Ong Hing will discuss how the pandemic has led to new border and visa restrictions. U.S. immigration laws provide broad authority to the executive branch to act in the name of national security. After the threat of COVID-19 bec...

IP Verdict Showcase: $9.6 million Jury Verdict against The Coca-Cola Company, et al.
USF Law alumni Jordanna Thigpen and Doris Cheng discuss Thigpen's recent $9.6M jury verdict against The Coca-Cola Company.

Data Privacy During The Pandemic
USF Law alumni Everett Monroe '14 and Peter Micek '11 discuss data privacy during COVID-19

Introducing USF's New Justice for Animals Program
Professor Lara Bazelon speaks with Matthew Liebman, the newly named Chair of the Justice for Animals program.

SF District Attorney Chesa Boudin In Conversation with Prof. Lara Bazelon
San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin speaks with USF Law Professor Lara Bazelon about his office's strategy for protecting vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic.