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2005 USC Legal Studies Working Paper Series
- 05-1 Elizabeth Garrett, California's Hybrid Democracy (forthcoming in George Washington Law Review (2005)).
- 05-2 Mark I. Weinstein, Don't Leave Home Without It: Limited Liability and American Express.
- 05-3 Edward J. McCaffery, Three Views of Tax.
- 05-4 Dilan A. Esper and Gregory C. Keating, Abusing "Duty."
- 05-5 Andrei Marmor, The Immorality of Textualism (forthcoming in N. Staudt, ed., The Language of the Law: Interpretive Theories and Their Limits, Loyola Law Review.)
- 05-6 Gillian K. Hadfield, Exploring Economic and Democratic Theories of Civil Litigation: Differences Between Individual and Organizational Litigants in the Disposition of Federal Civil Cases (forthcoming in Stanford Law Review).
- 05-7 Gillian K. Hadfield, The September 11th Victim Compensation Fund: "An Unprecedented Experiment in American Democracy" (forthcoming in The Future of Terrorism Risk Insurance, published by Defense Research Institute).
- 05-8 Edward J. McCaffery and Jonathan Baron, The Political Psychology of Redistribution.
- 05-9 Elizabeth Garrett, The Story of Clinton v. City of New York: Congress Can Take Care of Itself (forthcoming in Peter Strauss, ed., Administrative Law Stories (2005)).
- 05-10 Christopher D. Stone, Ethics in International Environmental Law (forthcoming in Oxford Handbook of International Environmental Law, 2006).
- 05-11 Edward J. McCaffery, A New Understanding of Tax (forthcoming in Michigan Law Review, 2005).
- 05-12 George Lefcoe, The Regulation of Superstores: The Legality of Zoning Ordinances Emerging from Skirmishes Between Wal*Mart and the United Food and Commercial Workers Union.
- 05-13 Ehud Kamar, Beyond Competition for Incorporations (94 Georgetown L.J. 1725 (2006)).
- 05-14 Edward J. McCaffery, Good Hybrids/Bad Hybrids (published in Tax Analysts/Tax Notes, June 27, 2005, pp. 1699-1709).
- 05-15 Mary L. Dudziak and Leti Volpp, Introduction: Legal Borderlands: Law and the Construction of American Borders, a Special Issue of American Quarterly (American Quarterly, September 2005).
- 05-16 Andrei Marmor, Legal Positivism: Still Descriptive and Morally Neutral.
- 05-17 Timur Kuran and Edward J. McCaffery, Sex Differences in the Acceptability of Discrimination.
- 05-18 Thomas W. Gilligan and John G. Matsusaka, Public Choice Principles of Redistricting.
- 05-19 Edward J. McCaffery, The Uneasy Case for Capital Taxation.
- 05-20 Elizabeth Garrett, The Promise and Perils of Hybrid Democracy (The Henry Lecture, University of Oklahoma Law School, October 13, 2005).
- 05-21 Vanessa Baird and Tonja Jacobi, The Dissent Becomes the Majority: Using Federalism to Transform Coalitions in the U.S. Supreme Court.
- 05-22 Gillian K. Hadfield, Feminism, Fairness, and Welfare: An Invitation to Feminist Law and Economics (forthcoming in 1 Annual Review of Law and Social Science 285 (2005)).
- 05-23 Daniel Klerman, Trademark Dilution, Search Costs, and Naked Licensing.
Rescuing the American dream
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Professor Ed Kleinbard’s new book proposes insurance as hedge against inequality
Dean’s message against anti-Asian discrimination
February 23, 2021
This moment is an opportunity to redouble our commitment to being inclusive, equitable, supportive
Investing in Family
February 19, 2021
Q&A with San Francisco Gould Alumni co-chairs Irene Jang, Ramon Ramirez