Professor Brower received his A.B. from Princeton University and subsequently won a Fulbright-Hays scholarship to France to teach and do research. Following graduation from law school, Professor Brower joined a major San Francisco law firm. He became a member of Western State's full-time faculty in 1983. He was co-counsel pro bono in Karahalios v. Defense Language Institute, argued before the United States Supreme Court in the 1988 term. In 2002-2003, Professor Brower was an Academic Visitor at the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies – University of London. He is the author of two surveys and Reports on Sexual Orientation Fairness in the United Kingdom (2003) and (2005) and several law review articles and academic manuscripts on constitutional law, discrimination law, and sexuality and the law. Professor Brower is the Judicial Education Director of the Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation Law & Public Policy at the UCLA School of Law and has taught judges and court staff across the US and internationally. He has served on the California Judicial Council – Access and Fairness Committee. Courses taught: Constitutional Law, Property, Sexual Orientation and the Law.

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Her scholarship focuses on the immigration consequences of crime, the procedural rights of noncitizens facing deportation, and on teaching methodologies throughout the law school curriculum; and has appeared in journals such as the North Carolina Law Review, Florida Law Review, Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, Clinical Law Review, and Nevada Law Journal. The United States Supreme Court cited Professor Koh’s immigration scholarship in its majority opinion (written by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg) in Mellouli v. Lynch, 135 S. Ct. 1980 (2015), a case involving the intersection of immigration and criminal law.

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18/05/2000 · The Path of the Law and its Influence: The Legacy of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Law) [Steven J. …
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