Professor Dean M. Hashimoto co-authored “Impact of Organizational Policies and Practices on Workplace Injuries in a Hospital Setting” in the Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine. He holds five advanced graduate degrees, focuses his scholarship on the interface of law, science, and medicine, and is faculty director of BC Law’s JD/MPH dual degree program with Tufts School of Medicine.
Associate Professor Katharine Young, whose expertise lies in economic and social rights, comparative and constitutional law, and international human rights law, published “The Avoidance of Substance in Constitutional Rights: A Reply to Ray” in Constitutional Court Review. She has also written on democratic experimentalism in Economic Rights in Theory and Practice: A Critical Assessment by Routledge University Press.
Professor Alfred Yen, who was just appointed BC Law’s new Associate Dean of Faculty, is a nationally known scholar in copyright law, the internet, Asian-American legal issues, and law teaching. He recently worte “The Constructive Role of Confusion in Trademark” for the North Carolina Law Review.” Other works include “Third Party Liability After Grokster,” which appeared in the Minnesota Law Review.
Professor Mary Bilder with Sharon Hamby O’Connor (and Charles Donohue) were awarded the Joseph L. Andrews Legal Literature Award for the book and website Appeals to the Privy Council from the American Colonies: An Annotated Digital Catalogue published by the Ames Foundation in 2015. The award is the oldest bestowed by the American Association of Law Libraries.