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  • Altman, Scott: Virginia S. and Fred H. Bice Professor of Law
  • Aranas, Pauline: Associate Dean, John Stauffer Charitable Trust Chief Information Officer, Director of the Law Library, and Adjunct Professor of Law
  • Armour, Jody David: Roy P. Crocker Professor of Law
  • Armour, Elizabeth: Associate Dean and Dean of Career Services

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  • Cadambi, Anitha: Associate Director of Graduate Curriculum & Instruction and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law
  • Call, Deborah: Associate Dean and Chief Programs Officer
  • Campbell, Lee: Clinical Professor of Law, Emeritus
  • Capron, Alexander: University Professor, Vice Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs, Scott H. Bice Chair in Healthcare Law, Policy and Ethics, Professor of Law and Medicine, Keck School of Medicine, Co-Director, Pacific Center for Health Policy and Ethics
  • Carroll, Elizabeth: Associate Vice Dean for Curriculum, Professor of Lawyering Skills, and Director of Legal Writing and Advocacy Program
  • Chasalow, Michael: Clinical Professor of Law and Director, Small Business Clinic
  • Cohen, Marshall: University Professor, Emeritus, Professor of Philosophy and Law, Emeritus, and Dean, Emeritus, Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
  • Coleman, Catherine: Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills and Director of Academic Support
  • Cowan, Geoffrey: University Professor of Journalism, Communication and Law
  • Cruz, David B.: Professor of Law

D

  • Danner, Bryant: Visiting Professor of Law
  • Davis, Judy: Senior Law Librarian, Head of Access Services and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

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  • Finegan, Edward: Professor of Linguistics and Law, Emeritus
  • Flores, Raymond: Associate Dean of Information Technology
  • Frenzen, Niels W.: Sydney M. and Audrey M. Irmas Endowed Clinical Professor of Law and Director, Immigration Clinic
  • Fry, Laura: Director of Externship Programs and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

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  • Galstian, Alice: Associate Dean and Chief Financial Officer
  • Garet, Ronald: Carolyn Craig Franklin Chair in Law and Religion
  • Garry, Hannah: Clinical Professor of Law and Director, International Human Rights Clinic
  • Griffith, Thomas D.: John B. Milliken Professor of Taxation
  • Gross, Ariela: John B. and Alice R. Sharp Professor of Law and History
  • Gruskin, Sofia: Professor of Preventive Medicine and Law, Director, Program on Global Health and Human Rights, Institute for Global Health
  • Guyer, Cindy: Senior Law Librarian - Research Services and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law
  • Guzman, Andrew T.: Dean and Carl Mason Franklin Chair in Law, and Professor of Law and Political Science

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  • Hadfield, Gillian: Richard L. and Antoinette Schamoi Kirtland Professor of Law and Professor of Economics
  • Hall, Sarah: Career Advisor and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

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  • Izuel, Leeanna: Associate Dean and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

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  • Jaque, Diana: Senior Law Librarian, Head of Collection Development and Acquisitions, and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law
  • Jones, Kyle W.: Associate Dean and Dean of Students

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  • Larson, Rakel P: Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
  • Lefcoe, George: Ervin and Florine Yoder Chair in Real Estate Law
  • Levine, Martin: USC Vice Provost and Special Advisor to the Provost; Of Counsel, USC Office of the General Counsel; UPS Foundation Chair in Law and Gerontology, and Professor of Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences
  • Lloyd, Sharon: Professor of Philosophy, Law and Political Science
  • Lonergan, Rebecca: Professor of Lawyering Skills, and Associate Director of Legal Writing and Advocacy Program
  • Lyon, Thomas D.: Judge Edward J. and Ruey L. Guirado Chair in Law and Psychology

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  • Maness, Robin: Associate Dean and Chief Development Officer
  • Matsusaka, John: Professor of Business, Law and Political Science
  • McCaffery, Edward: Robert C. Packard Trustee Chair in Law and Professor of Law, Economics and Political Science
  • Moatti, Claudia: Professor of the Practice of Classics and Law
  • Moorman, Paul: Senior Law Librarian - Research Services/Foreign & International Law and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law
  • Murphy, Kevin: Professor of Business, Economics and Law

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  • Pastore, Clare: Professor of the Practice of Law
  • Peck, Brian: Director of the Center for Transnational Law and Business and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law

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  • Watson, Gary: Provost Professor of Philosophy and Law
  • Weinstein, Mark: Associate Professor of Business and Law
  • Wilkie, Simon: Professor of Economics, Communication and Law
  • Williams, Leonette: Associate Director of the Law Library for Collection and Administrative Services
  • Williams, Diana: Assistant Professor of History, Law and Gender Studies
  • Wood, Abby K.: Associate Professor of Law, Political Science and Public Policy
  • Wright, Susan C.: Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills and Assistant Director of Academic Support

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Bloomberg BNA
July 19, 2017
Re: John Matsusaka

John Matsusaka, director of the Initiative and Referendum Institute, was quoted on the effectiveness of ballot measures for enacting conceptual issues compared to regulatory issues. “In my mind, ballot propositions are good for conceptual issues—do you want to limit your property taxes, or do you want to have the death penalty or not,” Matsusaka said. “I don’t think it’s good for detailed regulatory structures.”

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Gillian Hadfield
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Gillian Hadfield
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Gillian Hadfield
May, 2017

Gillian Hadfield moderated "Hyperloop One and Autonomous Transportation:  A Test Case for Innovative Governance," Governance of Emerging Technologies Conference, Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ.