Scholarship Archives

Faculty Scholarship

USC Law faculty is committed to scholarship, publishing articles in a variety of journals and reviews. Faculty members also present their work at conferences and symposiums and serve on panel discussions and at workshops. Below is a list of their endeavors.

February 2014

Publications

  • Judy Davis
    “Internet Legal Research on a Budget,” Law Practice Today (with Carole Levitt)
  • Gillian Hadfield
    "Feminism, Fairness and Welfare: An Invitation to Feminist Law and Economics," in Fairness in Law and Economics, Lee Anne Fennell and Richard McAdams (eds)
  • Clare Pastore
    Poverty Law: Policy, and Practice, Aspen Casebook Series (with Juliet Brodie, Ezra Rosser, and Jeffrey Selbin)
  • Camille Gear Rich
    “Affirmative Action in the Era of Elective Race: Racial Commodification and the Promise of the New Functionalism,” Georgetown Law Journal

Acceptances

  • Jonathan Barnett
    “Hollywood Deals: Soft Contracts for Hard Markets,” Duke Law Journal
  • Kim Shayo Buchanan
    “When is HIV a Crime? Sexuality, Gender and Consent,” Minnesota Law Review
  • Emily Ryo
    “Less Enforcement, More Compliance: Rethinking U.S. Immigration Policy,” UCLA Law Review

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Hannah Garry
    Hannah Garry presented and moderated a panel discussion on "Peace vs. Justice: Recommendations for US Action for Transitional Justice in Sudan and the DRC," Enough Project & Jewish World Watch Hear Her Voice Conference, Washington DC
  • Ariela Gross
    “Critical History of Contract Law,” International Conference on Contract Law, St. Thomas University, Miami, FL
  • Ariela Gross
    “Historical Perspectives on Empathy and Racial Justice,” public panel at Fordham University, New York
  • Clare Pastore
    "Edwards v California: When Paupers Became People," USC Center for Law, History, and Culture
  • Camille Gear Rich
    “Post Racial Hydraulics: The Role of the Fair Labor Standards Act in the Repackaging of Workplace Race and Sex Discrimination Claims,” The Civil Rights Act at 50 Symposium, Stanford Law School
  • Camille Gear Rich
    “Post Racial Hydraulics: The Role of the Fair Labor Standards Act in the Repacking of Workplace Race and Sex Discrimination Claims,” 2014 Race, Labor and the Law Symposium, UCLA Law School
  • Wayne Sandholtz
    "Implementing the International Criminal Court," Southern California International Law Scholars Workshop
  • Dan Simon
    “Cognitive and Motivational Causes of Investigative Error,” American Academy for Forensic Science Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
  • Dan Simon
    “The Forensic Confirmation Bias: How Confessions Corrupt Perceptions and Judgments,” American Academy for Forensic Science Annual Meeting
  • Nancy Staudt
    “The Supercharged IPO,” NYU Tax Law Colloquium
  • Abby K. Wood
    "In the Shadows of Sunlight, An Empirical Study of Campaign Finance Transparency," Harvard Seminar on Law and Politics

Other

  • Hannah Garry
    Hannah Garry, Wayne Sandholtz, and Edwin Smith hosted the first Southern California International Law Scholars (SCILS) Workshop
  • Hannah Garry
    Hannah Garry served as commentator on Wayne Sandholz's paper, "Implementing the International Criminal Court," Southern California International Law Scholars' Workshop
  • Gillian Hadfield
    Gillian Hadfield was appointed to the AALS Committee on Research.
  • Daniel Klerman
    Dan Klerman will chair the American Society for Legal History’s Sutherland Prize Committee in 2014-15. This committee selects the recipient of a prize for the best article on English Legal History published in the prior year.
  • Emily Ryo
    Emily Ryo is a Peer Reviewer for the American Journal of Sociology.
  • Wayne Sandholtz
    Wayne Sandholtz, Hannah Garry, and Edwin Smith hosted the first Southern California International Law Scholars (SCILS) Workshop
  • Edwin Smith
    Edwin Smith, Hannah Garry, and Wayne Sandholtz, and hosted the first Southern California International Law Scholars (SCILS) Workshop

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