|Present||Director, Capital Center for Law & Policy, University of the Pacific|
|Present||Professor of Law, University of the Pacific|
- Terrorism and Public Policy
- Health Law
- Constitutional Law
|1985||JD, magna cum laude, University of Michigan Law School|
|1982||B.A., Wesleyan University ‐ College of Letters|
Professor of Law
Director, Capital Center for Law & Policy
McGeorge School of Law
3200 Fifth Avenue
Sacramento, Ca 95817
Books and Book Chapters (1)
Nonviolent Abortion Clinic Protests: Reevaluating Some Current Assumptions About the ...
McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles (1996)
Regulation of nonviolent political-protest activities outside abortion clinics must balance the constitutional rights to free speech and to choose abortion, ...