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Marsha Cooper

Marsha Cooper

Email: Marsha.Cooper@csulb.edu

Education

  • JD, University of Southern California, 1991
  • Credential, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1981
    Major: Adult Education for English & Speech Arts and Biological Science
  • Credential, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1981
    Major: Language Arts & Literature
  • MA, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1980
    Major: English
  • BA, California State University, Dominguez Hills, 1979
    Major: English/Biology

Experience

  • Civil Litigation, Law Office of Marsha Andrade Cooper (2005 - Present)
  • Adjunct Faculty, California State University, Long Beach (2002 - Present)
  • Faculty Advisor, Hispanic Students Business Association (2013 - 2015)
  • Civil Litigation, McNulty & Saacke, CA (1997 - 2005)
  • Lecturer, California State University, Dominguez Hills (2002 - 2003)
  • Law Professor, University of West Los Angeles School of Law (1995 - 1998)
  • Civil Litigation, Law Office of Marsha Cooper (1995 - 1997)
  • Litigation Associate and Law Clerk, Tomaryn & O'Reilly Law Offices (1990 - 1995)
  • Law Clerk, TOMARYN & O’REILLY LAW OFFICES (1990 - 1991)
  • Professor of English, California State University, Dominguez Hills (1981 - 1991)
  • Professor of English, El Camino Community College (1981 - 1991)
  • Professor of English, Harbor Community College (1981 - 1991)
  • Professor of English, Long Beach City College (1981 - 1991)

Journal and Major Conferences

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Other Research and Scholarly Activities

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Presentations

TitleConference/MeetingLocation
"Adoption: The Interests of Others and Conflicting Rulings Threaten the Systems Used for States and the Native American Tribes" (2014)Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessSeattle, Washington
"Another Door Shut With Daimler Decision? An Analysis of the Current Options for Plaintiffs Harmed by Multinational Corporations" (2014)Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessPalm Springs, CA
"If the Door is not “Ajar” Can it Still be Opened: The Key to Claims Against Corporations is Available Although it Might be Through a Door Other Than the One Locked by SCOTUS in “Kiobel" (2013)Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessBoston, Massachusetts
"The End: A “Final” U.S. Supreme Court Decision pending on Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petoleum should answer whether or not Corporations will be defendants under the Alien Tort Claims Act" (2013)Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessPalm Springs, CA
"Is the “door ajar” now closed? Kiobel: legal impact and ethical implications" (2011)Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessNew Orleans, Louisiana
"Multinational Corporations May Continue to Increase Profits without an Increase in Litigation for Human Rights Violations: Integrating International Norms into the Business Plan" (2010)Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessRichmond, Virginia
"Change and Hope: the Themes of a New Administration Are Echoed in the Human Rights Cases Against Multinational Corporations as the Statutory Causes of Actions, Alien Tort Claims Act and Torture Victim Protection Act, Prevail Against the Numerous Motions to Dismiss" (2009)Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessPalm Springs, CA
"U.S. Corporations Paying “Blood Money” to Governments in Developing Nations? The Legal and Ethical Implications for Multinational Corporations Doing Business in Foreign Jurisdictions" (2008)the Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessPalm Springs, CA
"Corporate Human Rights Violations in Developing Nations: the Viability of Statutory Causes of Action Analyzed in the Context of Unocal, Sosa, Exxon, and Coca-Cola " (2007)Pacific Southwest Academy of Legal Studies in BusinessPalm Springs, CA