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Daniel Shapiro

Daniel Shapiro

Lecturer in Law

699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: September 21, 2017




Daniel Shapiro teaches Regulatory Compliance online for USC Gould School of Law. He is the Director of Research Compliance for the university. In this capacity, he is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of effective compliance programs arising out of regulatory and policy requirements associated with the conduct of research at the university. This includes risk assessment, policy development, education and training, monitoring, audits, investigations, and corrective action.

Shapiro’s substantive areas of focus include individual and institutional conflicts of interest, research misconduct, export controls, FCPA, OFAC, human subjects research, financial administration of sponsored research, radiation safety, institutional biosafety, chemical safety, controlled substances, human and animal subjects research, technology transfer, immigration, and drug-free workplace. He obtained both his BA and JD from USC.
 

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Daily Herald
November 20, 2020
Re: Susan Estrich

Susan Estrich wrote an op-ed criticizing Rudy Guiliani's handling of President Trump's post-election legal efforts. "Rudy was always an attention hog, taking credit for things he had nothing to do with," she wrote. "This time, as he himself has made clear, he has a great deal to do with everything that is slowing down the orderly transition of power, which is the hallmark of a democracy." The op-ed also appeared in The Joplin Globe.

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