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Stephen V. Elzie
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Last Updated: August 15, 2017
Stephen V. Elzie (JD 2012) has been a lecturer in law at USC Gould School of Law school since 2015, where he co-teaches USC’s Jessup International Law Moot Court Program (with Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, COO and General Counsel of SAG-AFTRA). Elzie’s research interests include security, human rights, and the development of international law, and he has been published in novel areas of law related to the travel ban.
In addition to his academic work, Elzie is active in political and legislative issues. He was appointed as a LACBA Delegate to the California Conference of Bar Associations (the lobbying arm of the State Bar) in 2015. Elzie is also a founding member and an organizer with the movement to recall California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, launched in response to Speaker Rendon’s decision to shelve SB 562, which would begin the process of establishing a single-payer healthcare system in the state.
Elzie received his BA with majors in philosophy and politics from UC Santa Cruz in 2009, and received his JD from USC in 2012. At USC, Elzie received American Jurisprudence Awards in criminal law and torts, and was a member of the USC Interdisciplinary Law Journal and the USC Jessup International Law Moot Court Team. Elzie served as a judicial extern to Judge Dolly M. Gee of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, as well as Judge Michael E. Pastor of the Los Angeles Superior Court. In private practice, Elzie has experience litigated an extensive array of matters, including employment, real estate, and business litigation.
FACULTY IN THE NEWS
Orin Kerr discussed a case that asks whether or not suspects have a legal obligation to unlock their smartphones for investigators. "In light of the lower court disagreement, the U.S. Supreme Court is likely to take on this issue in the next few years," said Kerr. "In the meantime, state and lower federal courts are grappling with it."
"Antitrust Overreach: Undoing Cooperative Standardization in the Digital Economy," Michigan Technology Law Review.
Dorothy S. Lund
“Nonvoting Shares and Efficient Corporate Governance,” Law Faculty Workshop, Pepperdine School of Law, Malibu, CA.
Gregory Keating presented and commented on Margaret Gilberts' "Rights And Demands," at the Rights and Demands Conference held by the University of California, Irvine Center for Law and Philosophy.