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.

March 2014

Publications

  • Camille Gear Rich

    "Making the Modern Family: Interracial Intimacy and the Social Production of Whiteness," Harvard Law Review

Acceptances

  • Jonathan Barnett

    “From Patent Thickets to Patent Networks: The Legal Infrastructure of the Digital Economy,” Jurimetrics

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “In Praise of the Tax Policy Center’s Microsimulation Model: A Comment on Curbing Tax Expenditures,” in Pathways to Fiscal Reform, MIT Press (ed. John Diamond)

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “Stateless Income and Its Remedies,” Anthology on International Tax Justice (ed. Thomas Pogge)

  • Yoon-Ho Alex Lee

    “The Efficiency Criterion for Securities Regulation: Investor Welfare or Total Surplus?” Arizona Law Review

  • Tom Lyon

    “Interviewing Children,” Annual Review of Law & Social Science

  • Stephen M. Rich

    “Inclusive Equality in the Age of Diversity” (a review of Joseph Fishkin’s “Bottlenecks”), Texas Law Review

  • Stephen M. Rich

    “One Law of Race?” Iowa Law Review

Working Papers

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “Identifying structural barriers to an effective HIV response: using the National Composite Policy Index data to evaluate the human rights, legal and policy environment,” posted to SSRN and BePress (with Laura Ferguson, Tobias Alfven, Deborah Rugg and Greet Peerson).

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “The pregnancy decisions of HIV-positive women: the state of knowledge and way forward,” posted to SSRN and BePress (with Sarah MacCarthy, Jennifer Rasanathan and Laura Ferguson)

  • Sofia Gruskin

    “Sexual and reproductive health and rights in public health education,” posted to SSRN and BePress (with Pascale Allotey, Simone Diniz, Jocelyn DeJong, Thérèse Delvaux and Sharon Fonn)

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “Stateless Income and Its Remedies,” posted to SSRN and BePress

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Inferences from Litigated Cases,” posted to SSRN and BePress (with Alex Lee)

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Rethinking Personal Jurisdiction,” posted to SSRN and BePress

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Economic Analysis of Legal History,” posted to SSRN and BePress

  • Daniel Klerman

    “Personal Jurisdiction, Choice of Law and Property,” posted to SSRN and BePress

  • Yoon-Ho Alex Lee

    “The Efficiency Criterion for Securities Regulation: Investor Welfare or Cost-Benefit Analysis?” posted to SSRN and BePress

  • Yoon-Ho Alex Lee

    “Inferences from Litigated Cases,” posted to SSRN and BePress (with Dan Klerman)

  • Jack Lerner

    “Brief of Public Knowledge: Alice Corporation Pty. Ltd. v. CLS Bank International and CLS Services Ltd.” posted to SSRN and BePress

  • Clare Pastore

     “Front Matter for: Poverty Law, Policy, and Practice,” posted to SSRN and BePress (with Juliet Brodie, Ezra Rosser, and Jeffrey Selbin)

  • Daria Roithmayr

    “Should law keep pace with society?” posted to SSRN and BePress (with Alexander Isakov and David Rand)

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Judy Davis

    “Meet the Author Series: Find it Fast and Free: Free Internet Legal Research Sites,” ABA TECHSHOW (with Carole Levitt)

  • Edward Finegan

    "Trademark Cases in Court," session on "Forensic Linguistic Experts: Unique Challenges in North American Court Systems," American Association for Applied Linguistics, Portland, OR

  • Niels W. Frenzen

    “Jurisdictional issues pertaining to challenges to EU maritime interdiction practices,” conference on “Globalization of Highs Seas Interdiction: Sale’s Legacy and Beyond,” Yale Law School

  • Ronald Garet

    “My Ancient Faith,” Jack Provonsha Memorial Lecture, Loma Linda University

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “From Progressive Tax to Progressive Fiscal System,” Keynote Speech at symposium on “The 100th Anniversary of the Revenue Act of 1913: Marking a Century of Income Tax Law in the United States,” New York Law School

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “Budget Deficits and Their Remedies” Keynote Speech, Pacific Rim Tax Institute, Palo Alto

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “From Progressive Tax to Progressive Fiscal Systems,” USC Gould School of Law – Tax Policy Center’s conference on “Growing Income Inequality: Is Tax Policy the Cause, the Cure or Irrelevant?”

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “Corporate Tax Reform, Business Tax Reform, or Capital Income Tax Reform?” symposium on “Business Tax Reform: Emerging Issues In the Taxation of U.S. Entities,” Chapman Law School

  • Edward Kleinbard

    “Stateless Income and Its Remedies,” University of British Columbia, Vancouver

  • Yoon-Ho Alex Lee

    “The Efficiency Criterion for Securities Regulation: Investor Welfare or Total Surplus?” Institute of Law and Economic Policy 20th Annual Symposium

  • Tom Lyon

    “Narrative enhancement and young children’s recall productivity,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting, New Orleans, LA (with K. Cleveland and J. Quas)

  • Tom Lyon

    “Scaffolding Children’s Testimony: Relations of narrative structure and format of attorney questions with child witness responses,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting (with J. Z. Klemfuss, K. Cleveland, & J. Quas)

  • Tom Lyon

    “She Told Me 'What Happened?’ Young Children's Misuse of the Verbs “Ask” and & “Tell” in the Lab and in Court,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting (with S. Stolzenberg, C. Phillips, & J. Mascia)

  • Tom Lyon

    “Children’s Responses to Feelings Questions about Sexual Abuse,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting (with E. Ahern & B. Younger)

  • Tom Lyon

    “Young Children’s Difficulty with “Do you know” Questions: Implications for questioning child witnesses,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting (with A. Evans & S. Stolzenberg).

  • Tom Lyon

    “Young Children’s Understanding of Prepositions and Clothing Placement in a Lab and Court Setting,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting (with S. Stolzenberg, R. Weinstein, L. Mireles, & B. Younger)

  • Tom Lyon

    “Forensic Child Interviewing (Parts 1-3),” Webinar presentation, Canadian Society for the Investigation of Child Abuse

  • Tom Lyon

    “A Detailed Investigation of Recanted Child Sexual Abuse Cases,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting (with L. Malloy, A. Mugno, J. Rivard, & J. Quas)

  • Emily Ryo

    “Motives, Methods, and Meaning in Empirical Legal Research,” Keynote Speech, Western Empirical Legal Studies Conference, UCLA Law School

  • Dan Simon

    “Pseudo-Corroboration,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting, New Orleans, LA

  • Dan Simon

    “Emotions and Legal Decision Making,” American Psychology-Law Society annual meeting

  • Nancy Staudt

    “Shams Around the World,” Keynote Speech at conference in her Honor, Interdisciplinary Center, Israel.

  • Abby K. Wood

    "In the Shadows of Sunlight: An Empirical Study of Campaign Finance Transparency," Southern California Law and Social Science Forum

Other

  • Ronald Garet

    Ronald Garet participated in a panel on “Succeeding in College with a Major Mental Illness” at the Saks Institute Spring Symposium, “Many Voices, One Vision,” at USC Town & Gown Ballroom.

  • Edward Kleinbard

    Ed Kleinbard was an organizer of the USC Gould School of Law – Tax Policy Center’s conference on “Growing Income Inequality: Is Tax Policy the Cause, the Cure or Irrelevant?”

  • Edward Kleinbard

    Ed Kleinbard was a commentator on Joseph Bankman’s keynote speech at Pepperdine Law School’s Tax Analysts symposium on “Tax Reform in a Time of Crisis.”

  • Edward Kleinbard

    Ed Kleinbard participated in The Century Foundation’s Fellows’ Retreat in New York.

  • Edward Kleinbard

    Ed Kleinbard was the commentator on a paper by Christopher M. Bruner of Washington & Lee law school at UCLA’s Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop.

  • Rebecca Lonergan

    Rebecca Lonergan and Nancy Staudt submitted a $2 million grant proposal to the federal government seeking funding for a Center on National Security that would offer training, professional connections, and study abroad opportunities for our students.

  • Nancy Staudt

    Nancy Staudt taught a two-week course on “Law and Public Policy” at the Interdisciplinary Center in Israel

  • Nancy Staudt

    Nancy Staudt and Rebecca Lonergan submitted a $2 million grant proposal to the federal government seeking funding for a Center on National Security that would offer training, professional connections, and study abroad opportunities for our students.

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