About USC Gould
USC Gould is a top-ranked law school with a 120-year history and reputation for academic excellence. We are located on the beautiful 228-acre USC University Park Campus, just south of downtown Los Angeles.
Learn about our interdisciplinary curriculum, experiential learning opportunities and specialized areas.
Participate in an unparalleled learning experience with diversity of people and thought. Get involved in the law school community and participate in activities that enhance your studies.
We work closely with students, graduates and employers to support successful career goals and outcomes. Our overall placement rate is consistently strong, with 94 percent of our JD class employed within 10 months after graduation.
Our faculty is distinguished for its scholarship, as well as for its commitment to teaching. Our 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio creates an intimate and collegial learning environment.
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- August 30 - Linda Cohen (University of California, Irvine), Topic: "Patented Drugs, Generic Alternatives and Intellectual Property Regimes in the Developing Countries"
- September 13 - John McMillan (University of Stanford, GSB), Topic: "How to Subvert Democracy: Montesinos in Peru," with Pablo Zoido
- September 27 - Kathryn Zeiler (Georgetown University Law Center), Topic: "Common Law Disclosure Duties and the Sin of Omission: Testing the Meta-theories," (joint with Kimberly Krawiec)
- October 11 - Judith Chevalier (Yale University), Joint with FBE Applied Economics Workshop, Topic: "How Do Consumers Make Durable Goods Purchase Decisions?"
- October 25 - Edward Iacobucci (University of Toronto), Topic: "Revisiting the Law and Economics of Franchise Tying Contract"
- November 8 - Kathryn Shaw (Stanford University, Graduate School of Business), Joint with FBE Applied Economics Workshop, Topic: "Connective Capital: Building Problem-solving Capacity Within Firms"
- November 12 (Friday) - Marcel Boyer (University of Montreal), Joint with Economic Theory, Topic: "Real Options, Preemption, and the Dynamics of Industry Investments", with Pierre Lasserre, Thomas Mariotti and Michel Moreaux., Location: Kaprielian Hall, Room 319, Time: 12:00 - 1:20
- November 22 - Ronen Avraham (Northwestern University), Topic: "Incomplete Contracts with Asymmetric Information: Exclusive v. Optional Remedies"
- December 6 - Peter Huang (University of Minnesota Law School), Topic: "The Unexpected Value of Litigation: A Real Options Model of Litigation", with Joe Grundfest
- January 31 - Suzanne Scotchmer (University of California, Berkeley), Topic: "Digital Rights Management the Pricing of Digital Products" with Yooki Park
- February 14 - Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law School), Topic: "Enforcement Failure under Incomplete Law: Theory and Evidence from Financial Market Regulation."
- February 23 - Armin Falk (University of Bonn, Germany), Joint with Economic Theory, Topic: "Trust and the City", tba, Room
- February 28 - Gillian Hadfield, (USC Law School), Topic: "The Many Legal Institutions that Support Contractual Commitments"
- March 7 - Albert Yoon (Northwestern University), Topic: "Offer-of-Judgment Rules and Civil Litigation: An Empirical Study of Insurance-Based Disputes"
- March 28 - Avner Grief (Stanford University), Topic: "Commitment, Coercion, and Markets: The Nature and Dynamics of Institutions Supporting Exchange"
- April 11 - Michelle White (University of California, San Diego), Topic: "A General Model of Personal Bankruptcy: Insurance, Work Effort, Opportunism and the Efficiency of the 'Fresh Start'"
- April 25 - Brett McDonnell (University of Minnesota Law School), Topic: "Delaware, Federalism, and the Expertise-Bias Tradeoff."
- April 29 - Oliver Hart (Harvard University, Dept. of Economic), Joint with FBE Applied Economics and Economic Theory Workshops, Topic:Agreeing Now to Agree Later: Contracts that Rule Out but do not Rule In"
- May 9 - Mark Lemley (Stanford University), Topic: "Probabilistic Patents"
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