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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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2007 USC Legal Studies Working Paper Series
- 07-1 Ariela Gross, "Of Portuguese Origin": Litigating Identity and Citizenship among the "Little Races" in Nineteenth-Century America.
- 07-2 Daniel Klerman, Jurisdictional Competition and the Evolution of the Common Law.
- 07-3 Daniel Klerman and Paul G. Mahoney, Legal Origin?
- 07-4 Daria Roithmayr, Racial Cartels.
- 07-5 Ariela Gross, When is the Time of Slavery? The History and Politics of Slavery in Contemporary Legal Argument.
- 07-6 Gillian K. Hadfield, The Levers of Legal Design: Institutional Determinants of the Quality of Law.
- 07-7 Thomas D. Lyon and Raymond LaMagna, The History of Children's Hearsay: From Old Bailey to Post-Davis.
- 07-8 Ehud Kamar, Pinar Karaca-Mandic and Eric Talley, Sarbanes-Oxley's Effects on Small Firms: What is the Evidence?
- 07-9 Andrei Marmor, What Does the Law Say? Semantics and Pragmatics in Statutory Language (forthcoming in Analisi e Diritto).
- 07-10 Ariela J. Gross, History, Race, and Prediction: Comments on Harcourt's Against Prediction (forthcoming in Law & Social Inquiry (March 2008)).
- 07-11 Elizabeth Garrett, Framework Legislation and Federalism (forthcoming in Notre Dame L. Rev.).
- 07-12 Edward McCaffery, Where's the Sex in Fiscal Sociology? Taxation and Gender in Comparative Perspective.
- 07-13 Elizabeth Garrett and Mathew D. McCubbins, When Voters Make Laws: How Direct Democracy is Shaping American Cities.
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