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Susan Westerberg Prager

Arjay and Frances Fearing Miller Professor of Law Emerita

Susan Westerberg Prager A.B. Stanford, 1964
M.A. History, Stanford, 1967
J.D. UCLA, 1971
UCLA Faculty Since 1972
prager@law.ucla.edu
Biography | Bibliography

Articles and Chapters


Law Libraries and the Scholarly Mission, 96 Law Library Journal 513-24 (2004).

Celebrating Julian, 45 UCLA Law Review 1523-35 (1998). Symposium: Voices of the People: Essays on Constitutional Democracy in Memory of Professor Julian N. Eule.

Shifting Perspectives on Marital Property Law, in Rethinking the Family: Some Feminist Questions 111-30 (edited by Barrie Thorne and Marilyn Yalom, Longman, 1982).

Use of Spousal Agreements in Estate Planning (with Edward A. Landry), in UCLA-CEB Estate Planning Third Annual Institute (School of Law, Univ. of California, 1981).

Sharing Principles and the Future of Marital Property Law, 25 UCLA Law Review 1-22 (1977).

The Persistence of Separate Property Concepts in California's Community Property System, 1849-1975, 24 UCLA Law Review 1-82 (1976).

Section on "Family Law", in ABA High School Law Program: Attorney's Source Book (Young Lawyers Section, American Bar Association, 1973).

Comment: The End of Innocence: Elimination of Fault in California Divorce Law, 17 UCLA Law Review 1306-32 (1970). (Under Susan Westerberg Reppy.)


Other


Book Review, The California Supreme Court Historical Society Newsletter 8-10 (Fall/Winter 2004). Reviewing Taming the Elephant: Politics, Government and Law in Pioneer California.

Preface: UCLA Tax Policy Conference, 41 UCLA Law Review vii-ix (1994).

Report, in The Law School and the University: The Present and the Future (American Bar Association, 1993).

Bridging the Gap: A Roundtable (with others), 76 American Bar Association Journal 44-50 (1990).

Scholars' Reply to Professor Fried (with Kenneth L. Karst, Gerald P. López, et al. ), 99 Yale Law Journal 163-68 (1989).

David Mellinkoff: An Affectionate Tribute, 33 UCLA Law Review 1247-49 (1986).

Foreword, Symposium on Gerrymandering and the Courts, 33 UCLA Law Review i-ii (1985).

Women Deans Look at Their Lives and Jobs (with Nina S. Appel and Elizabeth Defeis), 16 Syllabus 3 (1985).

Donald G. Hagman, Our Colleague and Friend, 29 UCLA Law Review 761-63 (1982).

Family Law: Proceedings of a Conference, (edited by K. C. Woodsworth). Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (1979). Conference Held at the Bayshore Inn; Vancouver, British Columbia; May 15-17, 1978.