- The Center is pleased to announce its most recent updates to the CHILI database, the nation's only curated and cross-referenced set of California health privacy and security laws, maintained in behalf of the California Office of Health Information Integrity.
- At the SF Ethics Comission's December 2014 meeting, Sally Hong (`15) and Lena Germinario (`16) presented the Commission with a series of Fact Sheets designed to promote compliance with San Francisco's recently amended Lobbyist Ordinance. For more information visit the Center's Governance page. The Fact Sheets are available at the SF Ethics Commission website.
- In June 2015 the Center hosted a conference on Administrative and Public Environmental Law at UC Hastings. This conference marked the Center's three year anniversary of partnering with the Public Law Section of the State Bar of California, as well as the 15th year that the Center hosted a major conference on a topic directed at public lawyers. Chancelor and Dean Frank Wu and the Center's Emeritus Director, David Jung, presented the opening remarks.
- The Center has published its second interview in a series highlighting UC Hastings alumni who participated in the Center's clinics and went on to work in Government or Public Law. This interview features Rosailda Perez (`12), Deputy Attorney General, California Department of Justice, San Francisco, who participated in the Center's Legislation Clinic taught by the Center's Faculty Director, Michael Salerno.
- The first interview features Chelsea Maclean (`05), Associate, Holland and Knight, who participated in the Center's Local Government Clinic. These interviews were conducted by the Center's Academic Program Coordinator, Rachel Goodman.
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