The Mueller Investigation: The Ins, The Outs, and Future Directions

About the Event


Thursday, July 12, 2018
12pm-1pm
UCSF Parnassus Campus
505 Parnassus Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94143
Room HSW-300 

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You’ve heard about it in the news, but what exactly is the Mueller Investigation?  What is the role of the Russian government in the 2016 U.S. elections?  Can the President pardon himself?

Find out the answers to this and more at the UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium’s event on June 12th at UCSF!  Esteemed UC Hastings faculty members, Professors Joel Paul and Hadar Aviram, will lead an in-depth discussion on the Mueller Investigation and its potential outcomes.  Lunch will be served!


About the Speakers

 

Professor Joel Paul, a constitutional Law expert who currently teaches at UC Hastings, received his B.A. in History, Economics and Political Science from Amherst College; his J.D. from Harvard Law School; his MALD in international law and economic development from Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy; and graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

Professor Paul has argued a number of first amendment cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, testified before Congress, drafted federal trade legislation, and served as adviser to the Clinton presidential campaign.

He has taught on the law faculties at U.C. Berkeley, Yale, Leiden, University of Connecticut, and American University on subjects ranging from Constitutional Law to International Business Transactions, International Trade Law and Policy, Global Inequalities, National Security and Foreign Relations Law to Public International Law.

Full biography here!

Professor Hadar Aviram, whose expertise include Constitutional Law, Criminal Justice, and Criminology, completed her M.A. in Criminology at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and received her Ph.D.from UC Berkeley’s Jurisprudence and Social Policy program, where she studied as a Fulbright Fellow and a Regents Intern.

Professor Aviram’s research focuses on the criminal justice system and examines policing, courtroom practices, and broad policy decisions through social science perspectives- specifically using quantitative, qualitative and experimental methodologies.

Professor Aviram’s most recent projects and publications analyze the impact of the financial crisis on the American correctional landscape and on California corrections in particular.

Professor Aviram also serves as the President-Elect of the Western Society of Criminology and runs the California Correctional Crisis blog.

Full biography here!