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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.
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2001 USC Legal Studies Working Paper Series
- 01-1 Peter H. Huang, Kimberly D. Krawiec, and Frank Partnoy, Derivatives on TV: A Tale of Two Derivative Debacles in Prime-Time.
- 01-2 Linda R. Cohen and Matthew L. Spitzer, The Government Litigant Advantage: Implications for the Law (forthcoming, Florida State University Law Review).
- 01-3 Gregory C. Keating, Distributive and Corrective Justice in the Tort Law of Accidents, 74 Southern California Law Review 193 (2000).
- 01-4 George Lefcoe, Finding the Blight That's Right for California Redevelopment Law (forthcoming in 52 Hastings Law Journal, July 2001).
- 01-5 Edward J. McCaffery, A Voluntary Tax? Revisited (Presented at the National Tax Association's 93rd Annual Conference on Taxation, Estate and Gift Taxes Panel, Saturday, November 1, 2000, forthcoming in National Tax Association Proceedings).
- 01-6 Eric L. Talley, Disclosure Norms (forthcoming, 149 University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 2001).
- 01-7 Cindy R. Alexander, Jennifer Arlen, and Mark Cohen, Evaluating Data on Corporate Sentencing: How Reliable are the U.S. Sentencing Commission's Data? (forthcoming in the Federal Sentencing Reporter).
- 01-8 Jennifer Arlen, Matthew Spitzer, and Eric Talley, Endowment Effects Within Corporate Agency Relationships.
- 01-9 Nuno Garoupa and Daniel Klerman, A Defense of Shareholder Favoritism.
- 01-13 Gregory C. Keating, The Theory of Enterprise Liability and Common Law Strict Liability, 54 Vanderbilt Law Review 1285 (2001).
- 01-14 Herbert Dawid and W. Bentley MacLeod, Holdup and the Evolution of Bargaining Conventions, 15 European Journal of Economic and Social Systems 153 (2001).
- 01-15 Thomas D. Lyon, Speaking with children: Advice from investigative interviewers.
- 01-16 Stephen J. Choi and Eric L. Talley, Playing Favorites with Shareholders.
- 01-17 Dan Simon, On the Double-Consciousness of Judging: The Problematic Legacy of Cardozo.
- 01-18 Ronald R. Garet, "Our Ancient Faith": A Translation of the Declaration of Independence.
- 01-19 David B. Cruz, Disestablishing Sex and Gender (forthcoming 90 Calif. Law Rev. (July 2002)).
- 01-20 Elizabeth Graddy, Juries and Unpredictability in Products Liability Damage Awards (forthcoming in Law & Policy).
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