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.
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2002 USC Legal Studies Working Paper Series
- 02-1 Edward J. McCaffery and Jonathan Baron, The Humpty Dumpty Blues: Disaggregation Bias in the Evaluation of Tax Systems.
- 02-2 Gregory C. Keating, Pressing Precaution Beyond the Point of Cost-Justification.
- 02-3 Dan Simon and Keith J. Holyoak, Structural Dynamics of Cognition: From Consistency Theories to Constraint Satisfaction, 6 Personality and Social Psychology Review 283 (2002).
- 02-4 Mary L. Dudziak, On Using Diplomatic Records for Research on African Constitutions: A Guide to the Archives (forthcoming in the Newsletter of the Africa Section of the Association of American Law Schools (2002)).
- 02-5 Marcel Kahan and Ehud Kamar, The Myth of State Competition in Corporate Law, 55 Stanford Law Review 679 (2002).
- 02-6 Dan Klerman, Statistical and Economic Approaches to Legal History (forthcoming in University of Illinois Law Review (2002)).
- 02-7 Edward J. McCaffery, Ann N. Crigler and Marion R. Just, A Tale of Two Democracies (forthcoming in Rethinking the Vote: The Politics and Prospect of American Election Reform, Oxford University Press, 2003, reprinted with permission).
Tracking digital competition enforcement in the Americas
June 16, 2021
Center for Transnational Law and Business project monitors antitrust enforcement trends
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June 10, 2021
Lisa Kloppenberg (JD 1987) follows influence of Judge Dorothy Nelson to career in academia
Clare Pastore, Alison Dundes appointed to four-year terms