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University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law - Summer 2014

Faculty News Promotions and Appointments Ten excellent faculty members were recognized during fall semester with promotions and appointments. Please join in congratulating these scholars and teachers for their work in advancing the legal profession. • Linda Carter | Appointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.A., University of Illinois; J.D., University of Utah. • Franklin Gevurtz | Reappointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.S., University of California, Los Angeles; J.D., University of California, Berkeley. • Amy Landers | Appointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.F.A. Rochester Institute of Technology; J.D., University of California, Hastings. • Brian K. Landsberg | Reappointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.A., University of California, Berkeley; LL.B., University of California, Berkeley; Certificate in African Law, University of London. • Dorothy Landsberg | Appointed as Associate Dean, Academic Affairs. B.A., Earlham College; J.D., University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. • Michael Malloy | Reappointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.A., Georgetown University; J.D., University of Pennsylvania; Ph.D., Georgetown University. • Stephen McCaffrey | Reappointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.A., University of Colorado; J.D., University of California, Berkeley; Dr. iur., University of Cologne, Germany. • John Sprankling | Reappointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara; J.D., University of California, Berkeley; J.S.M., Stanford University. • Jarrod Wong | Promoted to Professor of Law. B.A., Cambridge University; J.D., University of California, Berkeley; LL.M., University of Chicago. • Michael Vitiello | Reappointed as Distinguished Professor of Law. B.A., Swarthmore College; J.D., University of Pennsylvania. Professor Paul Paton (left) interviews Paul Cadario. CONDUCT OF WORLD BANK DISCUSSED IN ETHICS AT NOON SERIES Does room exist for ethics alongside innovation in the new global environment? How do international organizations deal with ethical challenges? Paul Cadario, distinguished senior fellow in global innovation at the University of Toronto, addressed these and other issues about the World Bank’s role in international development as a featured speaker this past October for the Pacific McGeorge Ethics Across the Professions Initiative, Ethics at Noon series. Professor Paul Paton, director of the Ethics Initiative, interviewed Cadario on a range of topics, including the World Bank general counsel’s approach to reconciling human rights with principles of noninterference in domestic affairs and the response to protests led by Hollywood actor Richard Gere against the organization’s funding of a dam project in China, and more. The Initiative also hosted Professor Nancy Levit, University of Missouri—Kansas City School of Law, on April 2, 2014. Levit presented “The Good and Happy Lawyer: Seeking Quality and Finding Meaning in the Practice of Law.” The Ethics at Noon series offers a personal discussion with professionals from various fields about ethics issues. The Ethics Across the Professions Initiative began in 2006 and is supported R E by the Sierra Health Foundation. AT E Y E V E T S PACI F I C L AW 33


University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law - Summer 2014
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