Faculty of the USC Gould School of Law have been widely recognized for their achievements in scholarship and teaching and for their contributions to the profession and the public. They are frequently invited to testify before Congress and other bodies and to deliver distinguished lectures at universities, learned societies and national and international meetings. They have also received numerous prizes and been elected to membership in important academies and institutes, including:
Mugambi Jouet, for "Revolutionary Criminal Punishments: Treason, Mercy, and the American Revolution" (American Journal of Legal History)
Lee Epstein (and co-authors), for "Untangling the Causal Effects of Sex on Judging"
Nomi Stolzenberg, for AMERICAN SHTETL: THE MAKING OF KIRYAS JOEL, A HASIDIC VILLAGE IN UPSTATE NEW YORK (with David Myers)
(Leadership in Scholarly Organizations, etc.)