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Jarrod Wong

Jarrod Wong
Title: Professor of Law, Co-Director, McGeorge Global Center for Business and Development, Director, International Concentration
Education: B.A., Cambridge University, LL.M., University of Chicago, J.D., University of California, Berkeley

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Faculty Scholarship

Scholarship is a core priority for the McGeorge faculty. Among their scholarly pursuits, McGeorge faculty develop and present at scholarly symposia and conferences, author books for the legal profession, students, and the general public, and produce scholarship for top journals around the country and the world.

Recent Publications

  • Franklin Gevurtz was cited on March 22 in First National Bank of Omaha v. iBeam Solutions, LLC, (2016-Ohio-1182, Ohio Court of Appeals 10th Dist.) quoting from his article, Piercing Piercing: An Attempt to Lift the Veil of Confusion Surrounding the Doctrine of Piercing the Corporate Veil, 76 Or. L. Rev. 853 (1997).
  • Courtney Lee's article, The Mindful Path to Success (pdf), Clinical Legal Education Ass'n Newsl., Winter 2015-16, at 9, has been published.
  • Michael Mireles' article, Trademark Enforcement Issues in the United States: Bullies and Trolls, J. Internet L., Nov. 2015, at 26, has been published.
  • Michael P. Malloy's article, Risk Management in Financial Services, in Business, Economics and Mercantile Law: Selected Issues 11 (David A. Frenkel and Anna Chronopoulou, eds., Athens Inst. for Educ. & Res. 2016), has been published.
  • Michael P. Malloy published the first of three 2016 supplements to his three-volume treatise Banking Law and Regulation, 2nd Ed. (Wolters Kluwer Law and Business, December 2015).
  • Stephen McCaffrey's article, UN Watercourses Convention: Implementation and Relationship to the UNECE Water Convention, 46 Envtl. Pol'y L. 35 (2016), has been published.
  • Stephen McCaffrey's chapter, The Siren Song of Sovereignty: From the Harmon Doctrine to the International Law Commission's Draft Articles on Transboundary Aquifers, in A History of Water, Series III, Vol. 2, Sovereignty & Development of International Water Law, 47 (Terje Tvedt, Owen McIntyre & Tadesse Kassa Woldetsadik, eds., I.B. Tauris 2014), has been published.
  • Stephen McCaffrey co-authored a new coursebook, International Law for the Environment (West 2015) (with Edith Brown Weiss, et al.).
  • Francis J. Mootz III, Dean, published the chapter Hermeneutics and Law, in The Blackwell Companion to Hermeneutics 595 (eds., Niall Keane and Chris Lawn, Wiley-Blackwell 2016).
  • John E.B. Myers' books, Mental Health Law in a Nutshell (West Academic, 2016) and California and Federal Evidence: Cases and Materials (Esquire Books, 2014), have been published.
  • John E.B. Myers' article, Ohio v. Clark: A Real-Life Whodunit, 21 Psychol., Pub. Pol'y, & L. 383 (2016), has been published.
  • Brian Slocum's paper, Conversational Implicatures and Legal Texts (pdf), 29 Ratio Juris 23 (2016), has been published.
  • Jarrod Wong's Panel Proceedings, Transparency and Procedural Due Process in International Economic Law, 109 Am. Soc'y Int'l L. Proc. 319 (2016) (with co-panelists at the 2015 ASIL Annual Meeting), has been published.
  • Jarrod Wong's article, BG Group v. Republic of Argentina: A Supreme Misunderstanding of Investment Treaty Arbitration, 43 Pepp. L. Rev. 541 (2016), has been published.
  • Jarrod Wong's Introductory Remarks, Transparency and Procedural Due Process in International Economic Law, 109 Am. Soc'y Int'l L. Proc. 319 (2016) (with co-panelists at the 2015 ASIL Annual Meeting), has been published.
  • Michael Vitiello's article, Teaching Oral Advocacy: Creating More Opportunities for an Essential Skill, 45 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1031 (2015), was published.

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