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.
"The Harm Principle and Free Speech." Southern California Law Review 89 (2016): 953.
"The Elasticity of Preferences" (with Stephen A. Spiller). Psychological Science. Prepublished October 20, 2016.
“The End of Bankruptcy Revisited,” posted to SSRN.
“Products Liability As Enterprise Liability," Faculty Workshop at Wake Forest University School of Law.
“Litigation and Settlement with Correlated Two-Sided Asymmetric Information.” Law and Economics Colloquium, University of Virginia School of Law.
“Room For Rent – Racial Resentment and Air BnB,” Fordham University School of Law.
“Trump-ing Whiteness: Unpacking White Racial Rage in the 2016 Election Season,” Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
“Decision Making by Constraint Satisfaction.” USC Marshall School of Business, Marketing area brown bag series, Los Angeles, CA.
Julie Ryan's article, "New Finders Exemption Awaiting Final Regulations," was published in The State Bar of California Business Law Section E-News ad the Los Angeles County Bar E-News.