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Keith Hiatt

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Year: Advanced to Candidacy (ABD) - JSP

Email: keithhi at berkeley.edu

Education:

University of California, Berkeley (2009)
J.D., Order of the Coif
Certificate in Law and Technology
Ph.D. Candidate (expected 2012)

University of Washington (2004)
B.A., summa cum laude, with Distinction in Law, Societies, and Justice
Minor: Human Rights

Concentrations:

Law and Economic Development
Public Law
Law and Economics
New Media
Technology Law and Intellectual Property
Disability Rights

Awards:

Law and Economics Fellow (2007, 2009)
University Regents Intern Fellowship, UC Berkeley (2005-2007)
Ezra Stotland Award, University of Washington (2004)
Finalist, Dean's Medal: Social Sciences, University of Washington (2004)
Phi Beta Kappa, University of Washington (2004)

Academic Experiences:

Teaching Assistant, "Constitutional Law: Basic Issues" with Professor Goodwin Liu, Law 220.6 (Fall 2008)

Graduate Student Instructor, "The Mind, Language, and Politics" with Professor George Lakoff, Ling/Cog Sci 104 (Spring 2008)

Graduate Student Instructor, "Law and Economics II" with Professor Robert Cooter, LS 147 (Fall 2007)

Presenter, "Spotlight on Immigration: Interdiscpinary Perspectives on Newcomers and Their Children", UC Berkeley (2007)

Panelist, BLSA Forum on Tort Reform, U.C. Berkley (2006)

Assisted Professor Michael McCann with research on "Framing the Food Fights", consisting of coding of news media artcles on fast food litigation. (2003-2005)

Employment Experiences:

The Hon. Judge Ronald Gould, United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, Law Clerk (2010-2011)
Keker and Van Nest, Law Clerk (Summer 2009)
Orrick, Herrington, and Sutcliffe, Law Clerk (Summer 2008, Summer 2009)
Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto, Legal Intern (Summer 2007)
Puget Sound Energy, Consultant/Database Developer (2003-2005)
Microsoft Corporation, Software Design Engineer - Test (1998-2003)
The Boeing Company, Applied Technology Specialist (1996-1998)

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